The Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center is situated on National Road, Barangay Irawan, Puerto Princesa City and one needs about 30 to 40 minutes to reach this place from the city. The intention of this center is to protect the endangered species of crocodiles. There is a hospital for disabled and sick crocodiles. The materials procured from crocodile skin are put into proper use. There is also a mini-zoo where some of the endemic animals of Palawan can be seen.
Cuyo Fort is situated in Poblacion, Cuyo ... More in Palawan. It is regarded as a unique and most ancient fort in the Philippines. In the interior of this fort, one can view the singular Perpetual Adoration chapel in Palawan, the convent and the church. The construction of this fort was over in 1680 and is a naval structure of the early Spanish era.
Tabon Museum is situated in Quezon and is separated from Puerto Princesa City by almost 155 Kms. The National Museum of the Philippines supervises this museum. Archaeological diggings and other artifacts are displayed here. Also, the ethnology of Palawan, the archaeology of Tabon Caves and a lecture of Palawan pre-history are presented here.
The coastline extends to about 2,000 Kms. The population of the Province of Palawan in 2007 was 0.892 million. 87 different races and cultural groups reside in this province in peace and harmony.
The culture of this province has been strongly affected by China, India and the Middle East. 52 languages are spoken by the inhabitants and the ... More prominent amongst these are Tagalog, Cuyonon, Palawano, Ilonggo and English. Roman Catholicism is prevalent in this region.
In the complete western coast, southern extremities and northern extremities, there is wet season for 6 months and dry season for 6 months. The eastern coast has a brief dry season for maximum 3 months and for the remaining part of the year, the wet season is not pronounced.
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