Puerto Princesa has a lot to offer, you can tour around the city and see the nature up close. Among the famous landmark here is the Underground River, which is included in the UNESCO list of natural world heritage sites. It is an 8.2km long underground river which showcases the beautiful formation of limestone, stalactites and stalagmites.
Currently the Underground River is declared as an official finalist to the search of the new 7 wonders of nature. Let us support our country by voting in the new 7 wonders of nature. It's just a click away, do not deny our country the prestige it can get by just voting. Wouldn't you be proud by housing one of the 7 wonders of nature?
Puerto Princesa is really rich in natural resources. Mountains, Limestone and White Beaches are scattered all over the boundaries of Puerto Princesa City. This natural resources are the real treasure of our country, but there are people who wants to destroy it by extracting this natural resources.
Quarrying and Mining would destroy the beauty of Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Let us preserve the beauty of Puerto Princesa, let us save what we have for future generations. We can help by signing and supporting the petition "NO TO MINING IN PALAWAN". Just sign up online and spread the word. Post it on your facebook account, email it to your colleagues and just talk about it!
A lot of us have spare time to check our emails, our favorite site and most of the time you just can't even miss to check your facebook account, signing up and paying your support will only take a minute or two. But it is priceless prestige if we have helped our Underground River to be chosen as the new 7 wonders of nature and the difference you can make by just supporting the No to Mining in Palawan Campaign.
kahit di pa ko nakarating ng palawan i also campaning this notomininginpalawan.com tnx for posting this oneReplyDelete
i support no to mining in palawan. i also hope that people will help build alternative source for income.ReplyDelete
Great blog tina! :)ReplyDelete
would love to go to palawan, pero matagal pa un... wait ko muna ung time na maging isang employee ako... hehe... great you have visited 2 of my dream destinations in pinas - palawan and bohol :)ReplyDelete
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hi miss tina, i voted for NO MINING IN PALAWAN to save this kind of Philippine treasure. Been here last 2008, unfortunately I lost my camera and cellphone on my way home (stupid me) that's why I don't have any picture of this place, and just now i learned on how to Blog. Nice Pictures i must say.. :)))))ReplyDelete
miss tina i tried to join your site but the message prompt says that you blocked me????? why?ReplyDelete
Hi Riki, i did not blocked you. I don't know that blogger have that kind of function and I just got on-line right now. Try joining again. It may be just a network glitch :) ThanksReplyDelete
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yah, tina, maybe that has something to do with the network because i tried to join other sites but the results were all the same, thanks anyway, i will try it again...ReplyDelete
i support no to mining in palawan and thank you for posting this info:)ReplyDelete
this will be my next destination. :)ReplyDelete
tina, if you don't mind... can you join my blog? just be the first one... pleeeaasseee... that means a lot to me, thanks :)))ReplyDelete
PP will always be among my favorites. I love the laidback demeanor of people and the pristine beaches. And errrmmm, nice romantic post down below. :->ReplyDelete
next destination next month ko to! =]ReplyDelete