Lonely Planet recommends Palawan as one of "Best Value Destinations for 2014"
A visit to the island is always worth it.
According to the report, Lonely Planet described Palawan as an "affordable tropical paradise, which is ideal for tourists who are looking for a value-for-money vacation." The world's largest travel guidebook in particular pointed out that the island's "standout attractions such as Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park and the Bacuit Archipelago (all available at a competitive price), makes it a great-value pick for old Asia hands and novices alike."
The Filipino dish adobo, meanwhile, has been included by Lonely Planet in another list as one of the ten best hidden foodie highlights around the world. It was described as "a satisfyingly savoury meat stew seasoned only with garlic, soy sauce and vinegar."
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