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It is a small town center with tree-lined streets, and the lifestyle is laidback.The Municipal Building, which houses the offices of the head of the municipality, the local legislature and several local government agencies, is located at the middle of the town square between Calle Real and Abdulla Street.It is interconnected with other buildings that house other government facilities such as the Rural Health Unit, Municipal Circuit Trial Court, El Nido Post Office, just to name a few.El Nido has been inhabited by humans as early 2680 BC, or even up to 22,000 years ago.In recognition of the importance of its unique ecosystem, the Philippine government made the entire area of El Nido first to a turtle sanctuary in 1984, then to a marine reserve park in 1991, El Nido is governed by a Mayor and a Vice Mayor, who are elected to three-year terms.The Mayor is the executive head and leads the municipality's departments in executing the municipal ordinances and improving public services.During the Spanish colonization of the Philippines, the town was under the jurisdiction of the Municipality of Taytay, which was the capital of the former Province of Calamianes from 1818, and the Province of Castilla, the area of what is now known as northern Palawan, from 1858.It remained part of Taytay until 1916 when it formally became an independent municipality.

The Municipal Council is in charge of creating the municipality's policies in the form of Ordinances and Resolutions.During this period several other tourism establishments were developed, paving the way for tourism to become a thriving economic sector.El Nido is a showcase of the Philippines' geological and biological diversity.Chinese families moved into the area about the same period, first settling in Langeblangeban.The first Chinese settlers were named Lim, Chin, Liao, Edsan, Ambao, Que-Ke, Lim Piao, Yu His, Pe Phan and Pe Khen.This was confirmed by the fossils and burial sites, dating back to the Late Neolithic Age, that can be found in many caves and excavation sites surrounding the municipality, particularly the Ille Cave in New Ibajay.


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