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MUNICIPALITY OF PALO (LEYTE)


GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION:   8 kms from Tacloban

ACCESSIBILITY:
    Nearest airport:  
Tacloban Airport; served by Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Zest Air
                             Ormoc Airport; served by PAL Express
    Nearest seaport:
    Major road networks:  
Pan Philippine or Maharlika Highway

CLIMATE AND WEATHER:
 
HOTELS AND RESORTS:
  
MacArthur Park Beach Resort

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS:  
MacArthur Landing Park, Guinhangdan Hill (now a forest reserve), Japanese Shrine in Brgy. Caloogan, Red Beach, Memorial for the Filipino Soldiers, Palo Metropolitan Cathedral, Palo Binangalan coral reefs, Palo Mangrove Reservation (open season for duck hunting whole year round), Palo Municipal Library and Heritage Museum

FIESTAS AND EVENTS:

ETHNIC GROUPS:  
Cebuanos, Waray

LANGUAGES AND DIALECTS:  
Cebuano, Waray-waray, Filipino, English

RELIGION:   Roman Catholicism

FAMOUS SONS AND DAUGHTERS:

COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA:
    Telephone:  
Globe, Smart, Sun

SHOPPING AND ENTERTAINMENT:
    Malls:
SM Palo (Soon to Open); Robinsons; Palo Town Plaza Mall; Palo Grocerrete mall; Ayala Mall
    Popular establishments:
    Entertainment venues:

BANKS:

UNIVERSITIES:
  
St. Augustine School of Nursing, AMA Computer University, St. Paul's School of Business and Law, Sacred Heart Seminary, St. John The Evangelist School of Theology, Liceo del Verbo Divino, UP School of Health Sciences

HOSPITALS:

MONTHLY COST OF LIVING:
    House Rental:
    Food:
    Utilities:
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    Education:
    Health:

PRA RETIREMENT INFORMATION:
    Accredited facilities:
    Merchant partners:
    Registered retirement accommodations:
    Retirement franchises:
    Nearest PRA satellite office:  
Cebu Satellite Office
    Number of PRA retirees:     4

    LIRA MOA:

GOVERNMENT INFORMATION:
    Investment zones:
    Government agencies/branch offices:   

LINKS:  

http://www.leyte.org.ph

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palo,_Leyte#History


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