On a regular weekday, few people hang out at Capitol Park Square. No wonder it has always been a well-loved space for those who seek solitude. Located inside the Capitol Complex, which houses different provincial government offices, this park offers a well-maintained garden with a dancing fountain. Feel free to stroll around, sit on a bench, and just take a breath of fresh air if you like.
Aside from the yuletide season, expect this place to be jam-packed during the month-long Baragatan Festival in June. Baragatan, a Cuyunon dialect term for “meeting,” gathers Palaweños from all 23 towns to celebrate Palawan’s rich culture and history through dancing, singing, eating, drinking, and other festive activities.