July 02, 2018

This Week in Palawan (July 2 to 8, 2018)

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Weather in Palawan will be gloomy this week.



Even as the weather in Palawan is going to be mostly cloudy this week, the province is expecting a boost in tourism as an airline company has started flying from Korea to Puerto Princesa City and back. Meanwhile, El Nido now has a wider beach area near the town center as authorities have finally removed commercial establishments that occupied the coastal easement area. Read more in our travel news bits below!


Weather: Mostly cloudy with thunderstorms



It’s going to be mostly cloudy with a couple of thunderstorms this week, according to the Accuweather forecast [1]. But on Wednesday, there’s a higher chance of seeing morning showers, so don’t forget to bring an umbrella with you. The daytime temperature throughout the week ranges from 28 °C to 30 °C, so drink a lot of water must to keep yourself hydrated.


Traffic News: Rush hour traffic in Puerto Princesa City



As Baragatan Festival ended last week, the traffic situation in Puerto Princesa City is now back to normal. However, it is still specifically heavy during morning and afternoon rush hours when thousands are heading home either from school or the office. For tourists, going out and getting to your destination on time during these hours are challenging as major thoroughfares aren’t wide enough to accommodate thousands of public and private vehicles.


Travel Updates



PAL offers Seoul to Puerto Princesa flights

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has started offering flights from the Puerto Princesa City International Airport (PPCIA) to Seoul, the capital of South Korea [2]. On June 23, PAL’s inaugural flight from the Incheon International Airport had touched down in PPCIA. PAL senior sales and services agent Daniel Vincent Gabuco said they are expecting 6,000 Seoul visitors every month, mostly those who were re-routed from Boracay during its closure. For bookings and more, visit PAL’s website.


Wider beach area in El Nido town proper

Tourists and locals can now leisurely walk along a wider beach area in El Nido town proper. This as government authorities finally pursued the forced demolition of 32 establishments in the three-meter coastal easement zone [3]. The forcible removal started in June 18 after months of extension given to owners. This move is in fulfillment of the national government’s vow to hold erring tourism establishments liable for violating various environmental laws in the country’s top tourist destinations, which includes El Nido.



References:
[1] https://bit.ly/2lLDWux
[2] https://bit.ly/2Kin1hO
[3] https://bit.ly/2KsOp8x

Keith Anthony S. Fabro

Keith Anthony S. Fabro is an environmental journalist based in Puerto Princesa City. For a journo like him who spends weekdays chasing news stories and beating deadlines, writing lifestyle articles is a breath of fresh air. In his free time, Keith jogs and cycles, and loves unplanned nature activities whether on the beach or at the mountain.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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July 02, 2018

This Week in Palawan (July 2 to 8, 2018)

Check out the weather in Palawan and other travel updates!


weather in Palawan

Weather in Palawan will be gloomy this week.



Even as the weather in Palawan is going to be mostly cloudy this week, the province is expecting a boost in tourism as an airline company has started flying from Korea to Puerto Princesa City and back. Meanwhile, El Nido now has a wider beach area near the town center as authorities have finally removed commercial establishments that occupied the coastal easement area. Read more in our travel news bits below!


Weather: Mostly cloudy with thunderstorms



It’s going to be mostly cloudy with a couple of thunderstorms this week, according to the Accuweather forecast [1]. But on Wednesday, there’s a higher chance of seeing morning showers, so don’t forget to bring an umbrella with you. The daytime temperature throughout the week ranges from 28 °C to 30 °C, so drink a lot of water must to keep yourself hydrated.


Traffic News: Rush hour traffic in Puerto Princesa City



As Baragatan Festival ended last week, the traffic situation in Puerto Princesa City is now back to normal. However, it is still specifically heavy during morning and afternoon rush hours when thousands are heading home either from school or the office. For tourists, going out and getting to your destination on time during these hours are challenging as major thoroughfares aren’t wide enough to accommodate thousands of public and private vehicles.


Travel Updates



PAL offers Seoul to Puerto Princesa flights

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has started offering flights from the Puerto Princesa City International Airport (PPCIA) to Seoul, the capital of South Korea [2]. On June 23, PAL’s inaugural flight from the Incheon International Airport had touched down in PPCIA. PAL senior sales and services agent Daniel Vincent Gabuco said they are expecting 6,000 Seoul visitors every month, mostly those who were re-routed from Boracay during its closure. For bookings and more, visit PAL’s website.


Wider beach area in El Nido town proper

Tourists and locals can now leisurely walk along a wider beach area in El Nido town proper. This as government authorities finally pursued the forced demolition of 32 establishments in the three-meter coastal easement zone [3]. The forcible removal started in June 18 after months of extension given to owners. This move is in fulfillment of the national government’s vow to hold erring tourism establishments liable for violating various environmental laws in the country’s top tourist destinations, which includes El Nido.



References:
[1] https://bit.ly/2lLDWux
[2] https://bit.ly/2Kin1hO
[3] https://bit.ly/2KsOp8x

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Keith Anthony S. Fabro is an environmental journalist based in Puerto Princesa City. For a journo like him who spends weekdays chasing news stories and beating deadlines, writing lifestyle articles is a breath of fresh air. In his free time, Keith jogs and cycles, and loves unplanned nature activities whether on the beach or at the mountain.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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July 02, 2018

This Week in Palawan (July 2 to 8, 2018)

Check out the weather in Palawan and other travel updates!

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weather in Palawan

Weather in Palawan will be gloomy this week.



Even as the weather in Palawan is going to be mostly cloudy this week, the province is expecting a boost in tourism as an airline company has started flying from Korea to Puerto Princesa City and back. Meanwhile, El Nido now has a wider beach area near the town center as authorities have finally removed commercial establishments that occupied the coastal easement area. Read more in our travel news bits below!


Weather: Mostly cloudy with thunderstorms



It’s going to be mostly cloudy with a couple of thunderstorms this week, according to the Accuweather forecast [1]. But on Wednesday, there’s a higher chance of seeing morning showers, so don’t forget to bring an umbrella with you. The daytime temperature throughout the week ranges from 28 °C to 30 °C, so drink a lot of water must to keep yourself hydrated.


Traffic News: Rush hour traffic in Puerto Princesa City



As Baragatan Festival ended last week, the traffic situation in Puerto Princesa City is now back to normal. However, it is still specifically heavy during morning and afternoon rush hours when thousands are heading home either from school or the office. For tourists, going out and getting to your destination on time during these hours are challenging as major thoroughfares aren’t wide enough to accommodate thousands of public and private vehicles.


Travel Updates



PAL offers Seoul to Puerto Princesa flights

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has started offering flights from the Puerto Princesa City International Airport (PPCIA) to Seoul, the capital of South Korea [2]. On June 23, PAL’s inaugural flight from the Incheon International Airport had touched down in PPCIA. PAL senior sales and services agent Daniel Vincent Gabuco said they are expecting 6,000 Seoul visitors every month, mostly those who were re-routed from Boracay during its closure. For bookings and more, visit PAL’s website.


Wider beach area in El Nido town proper

Tourists and locals can now leisurely walk along a wider beach area in El Nido town proper. This as government authorities finally pursued the forced demolition of 32 establishments in the three-meter coastal easement zone [3]. The forcible removal started in June 18 after months of extension given to owners. This move is in fulfillment of the national government’s vow to hold erring tourism establishments liable for violating various environmental laws in the country’s top tourist destinations, which includes El Nido.



References:
[1] https://bit.ly/2lLDWux
[2] https://bit.ly/2Kin1hO
[3] https://bit.ly/2KsOp8x

Keith Anthony S. Fabro

Keith Anthony S. Fabro is an environmental journalist based in Puerto Princesa City. For a journo like him who spends weekdays chasing news stories and beating deadlines, writing lifestyle articles is a breath of fresh air. In his free time, Keith jogs and cycles, and loves unplanned nature activities whether on the beach or at the mountain.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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July 02, 2018

This Week in Palawan (July 2 to 8, 2018)

Check out the weather in Palawan and other travel updates!


weather in Palawan

Weather in Palawan will be gloomy this week.



Even as the weather in Palawan is going to be mostly cloudy this week, the province is expecting a boost in tourism as an airline company has started flying from Korea to Puerto Princesa City and back. Meanwhile, El Nido now has a wider beach area near the town center as authorities have finally removed commercial establishments that occupied the coastal easement area. Read more in our travel news bits below!


Weather: Mostly cloudy with thunderstorms



It’s going to be mostly cloudy with a couple of thunderstorms this week, according to the Accuweather forecast [1]. But on Wednesday, there’s a higher chance of seeing morning showers, so don’t forget to bring an umbrella with you. The daytime temperature throughout the week ranges from 28 °C to 30 °C, so drink a lot of water must to keep yourself hydrated.


Traffic News: Rush hour traffic in Puerto Princesa City



As Baragatan Festival ended last week, the traffic situation in Puerto Princesa City is now back to normal. However, it is still specifically heavy during morning and afternoon rush hours when thousands are heading home either from school or the office. For tourists, going out and getting to your destination on time during these hours are challenging as major thoroughfares aren’t wide enough to accommodate thousands of public and private vehicles.


Travel Updates



PAL offers Seoul to Puerto Princesa flights

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has started offering flights from the Puerto Princesa City International Airport (PPCIA) to Seoul, the capital of South Korea [2]. On June 23, PAL’s inaugural flight from the Incheon International Airport had touched down in PPCIA. PAL senior sales and services agent Daniel Vincent Gabuco said they are expecting 6,000 Seoul visitors every month, mostly those who were re-routed from Boracay during its closure. For bookings and more, visit PAL’s website.


Wider beach area in El Nido town proper

Tourists and locals can now leisurely walk along a wider beach area in El Nido town proper. This as government authorities finally pursued the forced demolition of 32 establishments in the three-meter coastal easement zone [3]. The forcible removal started in June 18 after months of extension given to owners. This move is in fulfillment of the national government’s vow to hold erring tourism establishments liable for violating various environmental laws in the country’s top tourist destinations, which includes El Nido.



References:
[1] https://bit.ly/2lLDWux
[2] https://bit.ly/2Kin1hO
[3] https://bit.ly/2KsOp8x

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Keith Anthony S. Fabro

Keith Anthony S. Fabro is an environmental journalist based in Puerto Princesa City. For a journo like him who spends weekdays chasing news stories and beating deadlines, writing lifestyle articles is a breath of fresh air. In his free time, Keith jogs and cycles, and loves unplanned nature activities whether on the beach or at the mountain.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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