Nicole Aguinaldo | A fashion, beauty, and travel blogger from the Philippines.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Exploring Puerto Princesa, Palawan with AirAsia

Who says going to the beach is best done only during the summer?

In tropical Philippines, it's quite possible (and certainly more affordable) to explore its beautiful beaches in the off season (just make sure you make a quick check with the weather bureau to make sure no typhoons are headed to your destination) and you can actually have the best time minus a maddening crowd of fellow tourists.

Just last month, I along with a group of bloggers. had the most pleasant opportunity to do so on a visit to Puerto Princesa via AIRASIA.

The trip organizer, travel blogger extraordinaire, Melo Villareal of Out of Town Blog planned a full itinerary for this four-day-three-night trip so naturally we wanted to maximize our time in this beautiful place. Thankfully, AirAsia's flight schedules allow us to fly really warly on the first day and leave on a late night flight on our last day so there's no time wasted at all!
It was a no hassle trip for this blogger group as AirAsia allows the option of online checkin as early as 14 days prior to your flight, or you can do it via any of the easy-to-follow self check-in counters found in the terminal. Then it's off to the bag drop-off counter for you. Easy, breezy, right? For this trip, however, we opted to check in the traditional way, which was no trouble at all as it was fast and efficient and we were at the pre-departure lounge in no time at all just waiting to board.

The flight itself was smooth and uneventful and took just a little over an hour. That gave me the chance to take a little nap before we landed in Puerto Princesa, so I felt really energized to start our exciting adventure, which included trips to these places:




As the pictures show, we had the most amazing time exploring Puerto Princesa and it's beautiful sights! 

Thanks to AIRASIA, not just flying us in and out of Palawan, but for making it possible for Filipinos to trabel around the country and the world because of their budget-friendly fares!



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