Posts Tagged “Club Paradise Palawan”
Monday October 21st, 2019 • By cpmco
Ever since the beginning, trees have played a vital role in every community by supporting and sustaining life. To name a few of their key contributions to the ecosystem — they provide food, shelter and oxygen, support the wildlife, and improve the quality of air we breathe.
Last 5 October 2019, in celebration of National Statistics Month of The Department of Environment and Natural Resources: Community Environment and Natural Resources Office…
Monday October 21st, 2019 • By cpmco
The World Luxury Hotel Awards was established in 2006 and is known for recognizing establishments for their world-class service excellence. These awards are presented on a country, regional, continent and global basis. During a four-week period, the winners are selected by public vote online, providing true recognition that reflects the hard work and dedication exhibited by staff. Luxury hotels have the chance to take part in the World…
Friday October 4th, 2019 • By cpmco
Hitchbird announced their inaugural Hitchbird Wedding Awards this year. As a homage to their vendors all over Asia, this is a way for them to give recognition to those who have really excelled in terms of successful wedding bookings as well as customer service. These awards serve as a badge of honor and prestige that will elevate any vendor’s reputation among their peers.
We are delighted to share that…
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 August 15th, 2019 • By cpmco
Plant-Based Burger at PHP 780
Satisfy your meat cravings the healthy and sustainable way! Try Firefish Restaurant’s latest offering, the Plant-Based Burger, served with guacamole, fresh lettuce, tomatoes, miso mayo and a side of frites. The plant-based meat’s primary sources of protein are peas, rice, mung beans, and fava beans which are rich in heart-healthy nutrients. It melts and tenderizes like beef — retaining the…
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 10th, 2019 • By cpmco
Turning pollution into solution, Club Paradise Palawan embarked on the Ecobrick Project 2019, a multi departmental initiative aimed at transforming discarded plastic into building materials called “Ecobricks.” In this project, employees joined a workshop where they learned how to properly pack clean and dry used plastics into PET (polyethylene terephthalate) bottles to achieve a target density that is needed to turn these ecobricks into solid basic building block units.
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
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…