I was surprised that the city tour went faster than expected. We were just down to two attractions and it's not even lunch time yet. Our tour guide decided to put Mitra's Ranch and Baker's Hill last on our itinerary so that we can have time to shop for goods there.
The ranch is owned by the family of the late senator, Ramon Mitra. It's a good spot to enjoy the view of the Palawan cityscape from afar. We spent our time to sit and relax while feeling the cool breeze.
Unfortunately, visitors are not allowed to enter inside the house anymore but anyone would still prefer to stay outside and enjoy the breathtaking scenery.
Picnic chairs and tables are everywhere from the parking area to the viewing deck. One can also try horseback riding and the 360-meter zip line for P500.00 each.
Not far from the ranch is the Baker's Hill. It's basically a bakery on top of a hill turned into a tourist attraction because of the adorable life-sized displays which makes you want to go back to your childhood :)
The Hopia Ube is so good my mom bought 5 boxes to take home to Manila. Yummy!