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Palawan: Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center

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Located in Barangay Irawan in Puerto Princesa City in Palawan, the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center is one of the most visited tourist attractions of the city.

Established by environmentalists due to their passion and driven force to save the natural beauty of Palawan, Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center is home to several endangered animals and other rescue animals.







More than providing a safe haven for these animals, the conservation center also conducts researches on how to be able to save them from total extinction. It has a facility that serves as a breeding ground for these animals so that their population could grow back to a healthy number. 

The most famous part of the conservation center is its Crocodile Farm. Like what was said, it is a facility for breeding these animals. There is also an area where visitors could walk on a metal pathway above the crocodile enclosures giving them a nice bird's eye view of the creatures below them.


Manila: Museo Pambata

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Located in Roxas Boulevard corner South Drive in Manila, Museo Pambata is an interactive museum where visitors, particularly the children, get a chance to learn through the numerous fun and exciting displays of the museum.

Museo Pambata also known as Children's Museum was a brainchild of Nina Lim-yuson who upon her visit to Boston's Children's Museum dreamt of a similar museum in the Philippines for the Filipino kids to enjoy. This dream was enthusiastically shared by former and then Department of Social Welfare and Development Secretary Estefania Aldaba-Lim. In June 1993, Both Yuson and Lim presented the proposal to use the historical Elk's Club building to house the Children's Museum to then Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim who readily approved it.


With the leadership of the elected Museo Pambata officers and the help of educators, visual artists, architects, and museum workers who regularly brainstormed, Museo Pambata opened to public in 1994. It was a dream that trully b…

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