Puerto Princesa’s Baywalk Park was part of our city tour. However, we decided to drop by before the scheduled trip as the place is pretty close to the hotel we stayed at. It was just walking distance from Marianne Home Inn. Since the city tour will be done in the morning, it would be nice to see Baywalk Park in the evening.
Puerto Princesa’s Baywalk is Palawan’s version of our Manila Baywalk. It’s located beside the port area and is walking distance from the public market.
The beautiful peacock lamp was the first thing I noticed when we entered Puerto Princesa’s Baywalk. The peacock is the official seal of Puerto Princesa City. Having this beautiful symbol in Baywalk signifies that we are indeed in Puerto Princesa City. What a beautiful view!
This new park has ample space for strolling, biking and jogging. It’s a great place to relax and reflect considering Puerto Princesa Baywalk is not a noisy place. There were no bands playing music when we visited. The place was quiet so it was pretty laid-back. I liked it!
I noticed that there were several stalls set up. They were selling street foods like fish ball, isaw, squid balls, fruit shakes and some other stuff. When we visited the next morning, they were closed. I assume that they open quite late in the day.
The best time to visit Puerto Princesa’s Baywalk is during sunrise, sunset and in the evening. You’ll have a great view of the sun rising and setting in the place during daytime. While you’ll be able to see the beautiful lightings in Baywalk at night.
Don’t forget to take a picture at the colorful fish display as remembrance. We certainly did!
Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park
Western Visayas, Sandoval Street, Philippines