A simple way of experiencing how local leisure is by strolling along the Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park. It is an open seaside space for strolling, biking, and a place to hang out located just beside the port area at Sandoval St, Puerto Princesa, Palawan.
The is well developed for both locals, and tourist alike. You will find benches and sitting areas. During the night time, the park is also well lit.
If you’re trying to waste time, or you fancy a splendid view, you’ll find it’s easy to lose track of time here. Locals take a breather, and relax with family or friends at Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park. You’ll find them lounging around the benches facing seaward, or on the ledge of the seawall.
If you prefer people watching, and local scenery. You find outrigger boats lined up, and locals coming in a out either from tour guiding tourists or coming in with their daily catch. It can get pretty interesting to see locals and their catch come and go.
There are street vendors who make a living selling bite-size snacks, and bottled drinks. There are also food stalls, and shops that are open around lunch time to 11:00 PM. So you catch a hungry stomach, you’ll find inexpensive food in between your strolling.
Bikes for rental
At the far end of the park are lined up bicycles of different types, and sizes. The bicycles for rent for children, and to be used on the park vicinity. It is rented by the hour for a minimal price range depending on the type of bike the rider prefers.
The Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park is one of the tourist attraction or destination that is included in the city tours that travel agencies offer.