In­vest in Que­zon, Palawan

Palawan News - - OPINION -

Palawan is al­ready pop­u­lar around the world long be­fore the in­ter­net and so­cial me­dia are in our fin­ger­tips. It is al­ready writ­ten in the bi­ol­ogy books world­wide be­cause of the dis­cov­ery of the old­est known hu­man re­mains who thrive in the Philip­pines known as Tabon Man as dis­cov­ered by Na­tional Mu­seum led by late Dr. Robert Fox in 1962.

Dur­ing the ex­ca­va­tion, bones were found in the fa­mous Tabon Caves in Mu­nic­i­pal­ity of Que­zon which is sit­u­ated 140 kilo­me­ters south­west of Puerto Princesa City.

It is pos­si­bly the old­est Homo sapi­ens fos­sil ev­i­dence in South­east Asia in the form of a tibia frag­ment dat­ing to 47,000+/- 1110,000 years ago (IV-2000-T-97). Nu­mer­ous ar­chae­o­log­i­cal arti- facts were found in­clud­ing the fa­mous Ma­nung­gol Jar a highly de­vel­oped jar burial com­plex dur­ing Late Pleis­tocene and early post-Pleis­tocene pe­ri­ods which ap­peared dur­ing the Late Ne­olithic and con­tin­ued to de­vel­oped Me­tal Age as well as porce­lains and stoneware in­di­cat­ing lo­cal trade with China dur­ing the Song and Yuan Dy­nas­ties.

Tabon caves in the Lipuun Point Reser­va­tion, Que­zon, Palawan is the first tourist spot here in Palawan be­fore its dec­la­ra­tion as the Best Is­land in the World by Conde Nast Trav­eler last 2016 and Un­der­ground River as one of the 7 Won­ders of the World. It was iden­ti­fied by the 1991 Philip­pine Tourism Master Plan as one of the pri­or­ity ar­eas for de­vel­op­ment in the Philip­pines.

The Tabon Cave com­plex has al­most 200 caves with lime­stone for­ma­tions and was named af­ter a megapode bird that digs its nest into the ground. Only seven (7) caves are now open to the pub­lic. There are sev­eral wildlife species that have been known to ex­ist at Lipuun Point and these in­clude the Tabon bird, the Philip­pine macaque, the mon­i­tor lizard, the Palawan horn­bill, the Palawan bearded pig, the Palawan stink bad­ger, the Palawan por­cu­pine, the Palawan mal­coha, and the Palawan yel­low rum­pled flow­er­pecker.

The her­itage of this place is al­most un­known to Mil­lenni-als nowa­days, but the ver­i­fica-tion of these data is im­por­tant to Philip­pine and South­east Asian Pre­his­tory. The Filipi-no cul­ture started here in this place, and the po­ten­tial for cul-tu­ral tourism is promis­ing. The mu­nic­i­pal­ity of Que-zon is also a haven for beau-ti­ful is­lands such as Si­danao, Tataran, White Sand, Masirik, Tam­lan­gon, La­mani Beach, Dou­ble Is­land, and Malapa-kon. A must-see beach of the South. In­vest­ment in this place is highly rec­om­mended be­cause its lo­cal progress is at its early stage and the mu­nic­i­pal­ity is tagged by the Philip­pine Tour-ism as one of the pri­or­ity de­vel-op­ment ar­eas. The aban­doned airstrips lo­cated in Bal­in­tang in Isugod and Man in Pi­naglaba-nan may be re­ha­bil­i­tated for a faster mode of trans­porta­tion to the Tabon Caves Com­plex. The new con­crete road go-ing to Tabon Caves Com­plex is now also un­der con­struc­tion for main­land ac­cess.

As­ton­ish­ing view of the ocean as you passed by the un­der con­struc­tion main road.

If you are look­ing for in­vest­ment prop­er­ties in Que­zon, Palawan, we have the fol­low­ing avail­able prop­er­ties with doable prices:

One of the most beau­ti­ful is­land prop­er­ties in Que­zon, Palawan with com­plete ameni­ties con­tain­ing an area of two hun­dred sev­enty-four thou­sand and twenty-four square me­ters (274,024).

One of the old­est restau­rants and re­sorts in Que­zon, Palawan owned by a cor­po­ra­tion. This prop­erty is lo­cated in Brgy. Tabon and is about 3 kilo­me­ters away from the Pobla­cion con­tain­ing an area of thirty thou­sand square me­ters (30,000).

One of the long­est beach prop­er­ties in Que­zon, Palawan full of fruit-bear­ing co­conut trees con­tain­ing a land area of al­most one hun­dred forty-five hectares (145 has).

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