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Restaurant Tribu in puerto princesa city
Philippines

Tribu Bar and Restaurant is located on the roof deck and offers spectacular panoramic views of Puerto Princesa Bay and the mountains beyond. Serving traditional Filipino fare along with a selection of international dishes, it’s a great place to end your day while enjoying a perfect sunset view.

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送信日: 28/02/2013
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