Palawan, Philippines featured in HBO hit series Westworld

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HBO hit series Westworld featured the Rizal Municipal fish port in Palawan Island of the Philippines in the Season 3 first episode: Parce Domine. Screenshot from Westworld.

Palawan Island in the Philippines was a featured location on the Season 3 premiere of the HBO hit series, Westworld.

The cameo can be found in Westworld’s Season 3’s first episode: Parce Domine showing Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) talking to a Chinese fisherman looking for a friend. The fisherman asked him where he is going, and Bernard pulled out a map in his pocket and pointed out a place in what he referred to as the “Westworld”.

The scene took place in Rizal Municipal fish port in Palawan Island. The scene raises speculations that Delos Inc. that operates several themed parks including Westworld is located somewhere off the Island in the Philippine Sea.

The HBO produced hit television series is a science fiction Western and dystopian created by Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan. Season 3 premiered on March 19, 2020.

Palawan is a World’s Best Island choice of world travelers and was named in 2020’s Hottest Travel Destinations, Most Instagrammable Place, and was recommended as a Forbes Holiday Spot.

World-renowned travel destination Cebu in Central Philippines is also the filming location of WGN America original series, Almost Paradise which premiered on March 30, 2020. Its lead star Christian Kane praised the Philippines, saying that while filming in the country, “it actually felt like a home for me”.

Marvel Studio’s blockbuster hit Avengers: Endgame had also featured a Filipino traditional house “bahay kubo” at the Banaue Rice Terraces, a travel destination and the Philippines’ 8th wonder of the world.

SEND CHEERS to the people of Palawan for the island’s feature in the hit HBO series, Westworld!

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