this from their website:
I wouldn't say I am picky with accommodations but I still prefer a soft bed at the end of the day. Also, always think of the possible scenario of being stuck due to bad weather and other unavoidable circumstances and it is better to get stuck in a place where you wouldn't attempt to kill yourself out of boredom.
It would be great if you chose an accommodation close to the sights you want to see. I recently read an article that I found in Lamudi, and it talked about living close to landmarks. (Here is what I read.) I was quite taken by the idea, and back in Puerto Princesa Palawan, I finally found a place where I could stay and not ever think of going somewhere else.
The concept of Banwa is that of an alternative space for people to appreciate art.
The place is filled with installation art works, works of local and national artists, and last but not least the tribal crafts of the indigenous people of the island, Palawan including that of the owner of Banwa herself. The artworks on show are incorporated into our main living area, the veranda, in the rooms and more so in the Cafe area.
At night, Banwa Art Cafe becomes the perfect setting to chill around. With dim lights and mellow music being played, the mood at the cafe is rather intimate. A lot of socializing happens here where guests gather in groups and share good conversation over food or beer. I had fun time here while talking to new found friends while drinking my favorite ice cold beer.
Flew to Puerto Princesa City via AirAsia and you too can experience this city and its gastronomic offering as AirAsiaPh flies 4x daily to Puerto Princesa from NAIA Terminal 4.
Book your flights at http://www.airasia.com/ph/en/home.page
BANWA PENSION HOUSE is located at:
Liwanag Street, Puerto Princessa
City, Palawan Island, 5300, Philippines
Call: Local 048 434 8963 Internationally: 0063 48 434 8963