Chinese tourist caught taking pictures inside a Palawan PH Navy base

Chinese tourist caught taking pictures inside a Palawan PH Navy base

Remember when early this week the National Security Adviser  when he said that the sudden influx of Chinese nationals is a threat?

Two groups of Chinese tourists were caught taking photos inside a naval facility at Parola in Palawan last week.

According to Palawan News in Puerto Princesa, the Chinese nationals were seen roaming and taking photos inside the Philippine Navy’s Tide Pole naval facility in Parola on July 23.

A PH Marine guarding Pag Asa island in the disputed Spratlys
(photo credit to owner)

A new naval ship was moored in the facility where the Chinese nationals were seen roaming, Filipino uniform personnel confronted the Chinese nationals caught inside the navy facility.

Because of the incident, the Naval Forces West had asked the tourism department of Puerto Princesa City to ensure that tourists will not go inside military premises as they are not tourist spots.

City tourism officer Aileen Cynthia Amuraowas quoted saying that an intelligence officer from the Philippine Navy  went to her office and requested to prohibit foreigners visiting the naval facility as this is not part of any tour package.

Amurao, said it was clear that the Parola naval facilty is not part of the tourist spots, and was also clueless as to how these Chinese nationals went there, if by boat or land vehicle.

Parola naval facility is a military camp under the jurisdiction of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and is the one in charge of the islands of Palawan, including the Kalayaan group of islands.

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