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Matutina pensionne in puerto princesa
Philippines

Staying true to the premise of a Filipino household, Matutina Pensionne provides a rather relaxing ambiance and warm hospitality in its quaint house that withstood the test of time since the 50s.

Matutina Pensionne is a 5-minute drive from Puerto Princesa International Airport and a 5-minute walk from Baywalk Boulevard.

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Uploaded: 27/02/2013
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Tags: palawan; puerto princesa; hotel; philippines
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