Palawan Underground River
April 10, 2011 by staff
Palawan Underground River, Palawan Philippines needs your vote on the text. If you think Puerto Princesa Subterranean River deserves a place on the list of the most important in the world of nature, the words “PPUR 15” in 2861 before September, Vice President Jejomar Binay called on the public.
Binay called on Filipinos to vote for the underground river, as it competes with, among others, the Amazon, the Dead Sea and the Grand Canyon in an Internet search for New Wonders of the World, seven of Nature.
“Please encourage your family, friends and all concerned Filipinos to vote,” Binay said in a statement.
“This is also in support of the efforts of the Aquino administration to put the Philippines on the map and draw attention to our beautiful country,” he said.
The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River is one of 28 finalists vying for the New Seven Wonders of Nature to be determined by voters worldwide.
Other finalists include the Great Barrier Reef, the Galapagos Islands, Mount Kilimanjaro, Jeju Island and Mount Vesuvius.
Beginning Saturday, the underground river was in the top half of the list of finalists, but the current classification is not shown on the website.
To vote, subscribers of Globe, Smart or Sun text “PPUR 15″ in 2861. The public can vote as many times as you want until 25 September.
The official announcement of the new Seven Wonders of Nature will be held on November, which is also the birthday of Binay.
“This is the perfect opportunity to highlight the beauty of our country and encourage the influx of tourists,” said Binay.
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