Exclusively built with local materials and recycled wood, this tropical island retreat sits on an unspoilt white sand beach, amid crystal blue seas and a thick green jungle.
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Hotel Description

Showcasing the rich and vibrant natural resources of Palawan, the Philippines' last frontier, this hidden retreat features 20 bungalows set amid verdant foliage, white sand beaches, and azure waters teeming with marine life. Ideal for nature lovers, each cottage is made of natural local materials to evoke a touch of rustic luxury.

Room Description

Hotel Facilities & Highlights

Flower Island highlight
The chef at Pearl restaurant serves a fusion cuisine influenced by local produces and Western techniques in the cozy clubhouse.
Flower Island highlight
Massage, yoga and meditation are available in the peaceful and natural environment of the island or on the beach.

Your Host & The Team

Nenith Nacarion“This resort was built in harmonic balance with nature in one of the world’s most preserved archipelagos. We open our doors to nature lovers, where we have continued to protect the flora and fauna in the surrounding area since the 1980s.”

Nenith Nacarion


Travelling around the Philippines’ last frontier on Palawan’s crystal green-blue waters by boat, I spot Flower Island’s verdant foliage and sparkling white sand beach. A vision of heaven, have I come to share paradise with the gods at this exclusive, isolated retreat? Pretty guestrooms feature private verandas with direct beach access. The simple décor at this quiet escape encourages one to rest both body and soul. The windows in my cottage filter out the sun’s golden high noon rays and a gentle, cooling breeze envelopes me into a soothing bliss. The ever-smiling women that work here pay testament to the wonderful and inimitable Filipino hospitality. Here at Flower Island, one needs little more.
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Welcome to Palawan

Filled with stunning seascapes, and a designated UNESCO Man and Biosphere Reserve, Palawan is the largest and least populated province in the Philippines. Often called the “Last Frontier”, emerge in its astonishing biodiversity and indigenous cultures. Relax and unwind on some of Southeast Asia’s most pristine beaches. Swim in crystal blue waters and inviting lagoons surrounded by limestone cliffs. Kayak, paddleboard or jump aboard a bangkas (motorized outrigger canoe) to discover hidden coves, islets, uninhabited islands and fishing villages. End the day with delightful fresh seafood and local Filipino dishes.

Meander along the world’s longest underground river at the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, or dive/snorkel amidst colourful coral reefs teeming with hundreds of species of fish including manta rays, whale sharks and turtles at the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park. Both are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Deemed one of the world’s top 10 best scuba sites, Coron is home to 12 WWII Japanese shipwrecks. More adventure can be found on land. Hike or trek along nature trails in jungle-clad mountains or mangrove forests to glimpse at native birds and animals. Unspoilt, secluded beauty—beguiling Palawan.

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Useful Information

Total number of rooms: 20
Annual closing:
open all year

Time zone: (GMT+08:00) Singapore
Currency accepted: PHP
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard
Electricity voltage: 220V
Electricity plug type:    
From El Nido Airport or Puerto Princessa, get to Taytay Pier then about 1hr by speedboat to Flower Island.
Nearest Airport: Puerto Princesa Airport (PPS) - 400 km
Nearest Airport: El Nido Private Airport (ENI) - 100 km
Nearest Pier: Taytay Pier - 100 km

Taytay 5312, , Philippines
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Time & Weather

Current Temperature

32° C

Current Weather

Local Time

5:22 pm