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Friday May 29th, 2020 • By cpmco
What is mindfulness meditation? It’s a mental practice that will help you live in the present moment and incorporate that awareness into your daily life.
Scientific studies have shown that meditation can have a positive impact on one’s mental and physical health. It can help reduce stress, improve sleep, enhance focus, and improve relationships.
If you are thinking of integrating meditation into your wellness routine, here are some…
Monday February 10th, 2020 • By cpmco
Club Paradise Palawan is an exclusive 19-hectare island resort hotel dotted in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve amid Coron’s magnificent landscapes and seascapes. And here are the top 6 things you will love about it:
Savor the succulent flavors of the land’s harvest and the ocean’s bounty at Club Paradise Palawan’s Firefish Restaurant. Digging into a hearty boodle fight is definitely a must-try…
Thursday October 24th, 2019 • By cpmco
The scariest time of the year is just around the corner — have you decided who you’re going to be for Halloween? Club Paradise Palawan invites you to bring your best costume yet for Scarecrow Scare on October 31. Look forward to hair-raising games, fun prizes, spooktacular activities and thrilling trick or treat experience at the Clubhouse!
This year’s celebration is also about giving back to the community…
Tuesday August 27th, 2019 • By cpmco
One of the best ways to celebrate the start of your married life is by going on a beach honeymoon. Blessed with breathtaking seascape, abundant lush greenery, and gleaming powdery sands, Club Paradise Palawan is a perfect travel destination choice — ideal for couples seeking utmost privacy, intimacy and relaxation.
The best rooms to enjoy sunsets and the beach are at the Sunset Villas. The Premier Villa is a spacious 60…
Thursday July 25th, 2019 • By cpmco
The dugong is a species of sea cow commonly found across the warm latitudes of the Indian and Western Pacific Oceans. As herbivores, they live where there are sea grass beds to graze on.
Sea grass in the resort’s house reef disappeared due to strong currents brought by typhoon. This forced the resident dugong to move in search of a new habitat.
After nearly 20 years of absence and…
Wednesday July 17th, 2019 • By cpmco
Being responsible stewards of one of the most beautiful pieces of sub-continental land in the Philippines, Club Paradise Palawan has a number of advocacies that promote environmental sustainability under our EcoConserve project.
Apart from the regular beach clean-ups, where our guest can sign-up for, our colleagues from Front Office, Security, Housekeeping, Human Resources and Farm Operations departments joined the Coron Town Clean-up held last Saturday, 13…
Tuesday July 9th, 2019 • By cpmco
A tropical getaway with friends always sounds like a great idea. Turn your vacation plans into reality with Club Paradise’s Palawan Pals package and create the best island memories with your best pals. Enjoy all day happy hour at Dugong Bar, complimentary pizza and drinks, a hearty boodle fight feast, plus so much more. To help you get started with planning, here’s a rundown of travel tips and…
Tuesday June 18th, 2019 • By cpmco
The ocean has a natural way of relaxing one’s mind, body and spirit. The sound of the rhythmic crashing of waves easily transports you to a calmer place. Practicing yoga at the beach can help ease your worries and bring you to a peaceful state of being.
Here are yoga poses you can try to stay zen on your next beach trip:
Downward Facing Dog Pose
The Downward Facing…
Tuesday June 18th, 2019 • By cpmco
Rainy season has officially started, but no amount of rain can wash away the beauty of Coron — home of luxury resort, Club Paradise Palawan. This Philippine travel and leisure destination is a breathtaking haven for many tourists all year round, plus it is actually one of the few parts of the country that mostly remains sunny. But when the rainy and gloomy days come to visit, don’t worry because…
Thursday April 25th, 2019 • By cpmco
There are a total of twelve sunken Japanese ships from the 1944 World War II. One of which is the Kyokuzan Maru Japanese World War II Shipwreck or also known as the ‘Dimalanta Wreck’ owing to its proximity to Dimalanta Island. This shipwreck adventure is 30 to 40 minutes by boat from Club Paradise Palawan. It will require two dives for one to fully appreciate the 136m long and glorious…