Sights & landmarks in Mindanao

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  • steffieli
    Rizal Province, Philippines102 contributions
    Due to a change of plans, my family and I unexpectedly went here on the opening night, last March 24. The line was long but was well worth the wait. I love the BBQ and their flavored buchi! I haven't encountered strawberry, matcha, chocolate or ube flavored buchi in Manila. So yummy! (We even went back by Tues to buy buchi as pasalubong, lol)

    At the end of the food stalls, there are also masseuses offering services and then after were the ukays. I liked the selection of clothes available there, good material at a very affordable price.

    Very memorable experience, will definitely go back here on my next trip.
    Written 3 April 2022
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  • hierarchize
    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates16 contributions
    It was a day for the kids, took a drive from DAVAO,Talomo area to BEMWA farms drove a bit but if not for an area where they had a land slide ,not much of traffic. Its a scenic drive when you close in on the BEMWA farms.
    Well kept not much of things to interact with just walk around to see what they grow.
    It has these shops which sells produce dont miss it , it was so fresh .
    Written 4 September 2019
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  • Rolly M
    Las Pinas, Philippines392 contributions
    Pusan Point in Santiago, Caraga, Davao Oriental is where the first light hits the Philippines because ot is the eastern most part of the archipelago. We went here to catch the sunrise and we were not disappointed.

    They have a lighthouse which is perfect for the rough seas of the Pacific. The place had a Science Museum that includes several activities using the sun such as the gigantic Sundial on the ground near the lighthouse. They erected a white cross on the cliff by the shore that is highly visible from everywhere in Caraga. They have students as tour guides who were very enthusiastic on explaining the historyof the place. Everyone was extremely fremdly.

    They have a swimming pool but since we were there very early (and very cold) I did not see anyone swimming.

    From Mati on the way to Caraga or possibly on the way to Alieagwag falls, one should visit here for a glimpse of the Philippines’ first light.
    Written 3 March 2019
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  • Marianina Paulino
    Bacoor, Philippines2 contributions
    When we went to have a beach vacation at Siargao, it was indeed a relaxing vacation. Going here is fun and I personally enjoy our experience here. The accommodation is nice and is air-conditioned, you can choose what cottage you will get because they have a cottage for small family and bigger family that could accommodate up to 15 pax. You just have to be ready with the mosquitos at night when you go out on the Island. We also did experience the high tide and the low tide in the surfing beach site and when it's low tide, it's a low tide that the corals are visible and the water is only up to your ankle.
    Written 25 May 2021
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  • Marc M
    Nistelrode, The Netherlands33 contributions
    Very lively marketplace with a whole section with Tuna-fish trading
    You can stroll around and make great pictures
    Written 25 October 2019
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  • Kizomama
    5,113 contributions
    See the monument....and see a package of buildings...
    Construction of a new Provincial hospital, the domed Provincial Capitol, and also the Isulan Terminal.
    The adjacent areas are well covered or planted with palm oil.
    Kenram has a plant to produce palm oil is also nearby.
    CityMall is also near.
    Written 10 February 2020
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  • Desiree
    Zamboanga City, Philippines19 contributions
    this is a place for dining and music entertainment.nice to hang out with your friends and family for a get together.two thumbs up!!
    Written 15 June 2020
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  • Nico Samneil Sy Salado
    Cebu Island, Philippines581 contributions
    There is only a 150 meter of tour. It is sad to know that these is a long tunnel spanning of 7kms. But due to privatization and lack of sense of other land owners they did not unitedly develop it so that future generations could learn from the past. You would be amazed by the history of it but much is still wanted to explore if you are really into history. Entrance is 150.
    Written 15 March 2020
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  • steffieli
    Rizal Province, Philippines102 contributions
    One of the few notable churches/landmarks here in Davao. The place is clean and secured. It is just right in front of the city hall.
    Written 11 April 2022
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  • Kìzomama K
    Mindanao, Philippines1,018 contributions
    The nearest beautiful masjid close to one's heart can be considered a Mecca or Masjid AlHaram.
    A place of worship to remember Allah, swt, that makes our emaan or aqeedah strong, and to do good / forbids evil.
    A masjid near a river, seaside and also a hill , also a variety of mangroves along a wide marshland to see after the visitation.
    Thanks The Almighty Allah, swt, to the gift of nature & the Masjid.
    Written 27 February 2021
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  • Jun Ruaya
    Calamba, Philippines52 contributions
    This place has everything a tourist is looking for: waves hitting the seawall, fishing boats leaving the jetty at sunset, joggers, romantic couples, bikers, live bands, fresh sea foods, zumba dancers, entertainment, sporting events or a beach to put your bare feet during low tide.
    I got stranded here so i used the time to explore what Dipolog has to offer.I arrived here from my Camiguin and Mindanao tour on March 8. On the 16th the place was on a lockdown mode. No transport. So I bought an old bike to explore this area every afternoon. When the city reverted to GCQ people started to do their jogging here. It was back to business since the local government recorded a Zero Covid 19 case here. In short, this area is the best place to get stranded. Food affordable and every place is a walking distance. This stgretch of cemented infrastructure has lengthened to more than 3 kms and has reached the feeder RORO port in barangay Galas. At the end of the sunset boulev ard you can swim since there are beach resorts there. I used to swim thrice a week at the end of the boulevard where i swam with the kids in the morning.
    Written 26 July 2020
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  • Zenaida D
    12 contributions
    For the visitors of Tagum City, this is a place to see...a grand sculpture of the Risen Christ, the "World's Largest Rosary" and a garden aptly designed. A place to appreciate religion...faith and the personal wonders...the little miracles experienced on a daily basis. The place puts importance on the nurturing relationship of the Son to His Mother - a value that is deeply connected to the Filipino culture.
    Written 2 July 2019
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  • Justine Joy P
    8 contributions
    You can see the philippine trench. Feed the fishes and have a picture with their huge lobster 😊 great scenery perfect for picture taking.
    Written 17 December 2016
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  • Noel Q. Formoso
    Mindanao, Philippines477 contributions
    The solemn beauty of this place is mesmerizing. The location is ideal for retreats and solemn weddings. Tourists and travelers would take 10-15 minutes drive from Malaybalay City.
    Written 12 October 2020
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  • Nico Samneil Sy Salado
    Cebu Island, Philippines581 contributions
    A wide open area that is somehow well maintened. If you want to do reflections then this is the place in davao to be. They have a view overlooking the gulf of davao. Snacks and meals are also served here. It is very good to relax in here.
    Written 15 March 2020
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