Guide to travelling to El Nido, Palawan for Malaysians


Direct local flights to El Nido will land at the Lio Airport. — CHESTER CHIN/The Star

Located at the northern tip of the Philippines island of Palawan, El Nido is a truly breathtaking tropical paradise. Getting there, however, isn’t the most straightforward affair.

For international travellers, they would need to take a separate domestic flight upon arrival in the Philippines. The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Manila is the busiest airport in the country, and chances are most foreign visitors will land here first.

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