Tacloban is the first-class city. In other words, it is one developed city located in the Eastern Visayas region. As the center of development, it makes itself the most populous city in the entire region of Eastern Visayas. With the land area covers up to 201 square kilometers, it is ranked among the top 5 most competitive cities in the Philippines.
Best time to fly from Puerto Princesa Palawan to Tacloban is in early to mid of January when the weather of Tacloban city is at its best, which also be the coolest month throughout the year. In January, the city records the average high temperature of 29.1 degrees Celcius and average low temperature of 23.8 degrees Celcius. The city average means the temperature is 26 degrees Celcius, which is considered to be a comfortable temperature for tourists to stroll around the city. However, January records the highest chance of precipitation. If dry weather is the period you plan to visit Tacloban, then April is the best month.
Puerto Princesa International Airport - Puerto Princesa International Airport is the main airlines access to the city, which is nested in Palawan. It operates international flights to Seoul and Taipei. Thus upgrading its status to the international airport. Whereas, domestic flights to Cebu, Clark, Manila, Iloilo, El Nido, Busuanga, Cuyo, Sipalay, San Vicente and Taytay.
Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport - Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport or popularly known as Tacloban airport is the main gateway for air transportation connecting Tacloban city to the capital of Philippines, Manila and the first-class city, Cebu. Out of 45 commercial airports in the Philippines, it is listed as the third fastest-growing airport correspond to the fast-developing city of Tacloban. Therefore, tourists from Puerto Princesa Palawan who plan to visit Tacloban can have transit flights at either Manila or Cebu.
Puerto Princesa Palawan and Tacloban are both influenced by the tropical climate. Puerto Princesa Palawan records annual average temperature reading of 27.2 degrees Celcius while Tacloban 27.1 degrees Celcius. Palawan reaches the warmest temperature in May, while Tacloban is in August. Both record January as the coolest month. Palawan records October while Tacloban records December as the wettest month throughout the year. Whereas, the direst month in Palawan is February while in Tacloban, the driest month is April. To conclude, there is not much difference in term of temperature and precipitation in these two cities.