Islands and Beaches
American Site Compiles Stunning Photos of Palawan, Calls It the "Most Beautiful in the World"
Choose Philippines | Jul 29, 2015
There seems to be unlimited supply of praises for a Philippine paradise. Just today, July 28, 2015, popular American news website, The Huffington Post (or Huff Post), bears the headline "Stunning Photos Of Palawan, The Most Beautiful Island In The World."
Along with the nine amazing photographs from Getty Images, Huff Post Associate Lifestyle Editor Carly Ledbetter writes "In Palawan, beautiful blue water mixes with emerald green, jungle-filled mountains that appear to rise up from the ocean."
The Philippines' largest province, Palawan, has a land area of more than 1.7 million hectares. This includes the long and narrow Palawan Island, the Calamianes Group of Islands (northeast), Durangan Island (westernmost part), Balabac Island (southern tip), Cuyo Islands, and the disputed Spratly Islands.
To date, it boasts of a number of recognitions from around the world, including: Number 1 in the Top 30 Islands of the World Category by Condé Nast Traveler (2014), the Puerto Princesa Underground River as one of the New7Wonders of Nature (2012), El Nido Resorts as the recipient of Asia's Responsible Tourism Award (2014), and one of the best value travel destinations for 2014 according to Lonely Planet.
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