What are the top places to visit in Davao City?
DEvo is not only the hometown of our current Filipino president, but it is also a center of fascination for beaches, from parks to fascinating food establishments. It is located in the southeastern corner of Mindanao, the country’s southeast island, and if you are traveling from Manila, there is only a 2 hour flight time.
In addition to being the largest city in the county, it has also been praised as one of the cleanest cities in the Philippines, based on a 2018 survey of IQ Air Visual and Greenpeace based in Switzerland.
If you are visiting Davao soon, we have listed our first 15 things to do in Davao to make your visit a memorable one.
Visit the Dowau Crocodile Park and Zoo
The attraction, which opened in 2005 at Goody Toad in Tulum, is one of the attractions to visit in Davao. The farm consists of saltwater and freshwater crocodiles, snakes, birds, lizards, ostrich, and ninjutsin and lions. Not to mention, the crocodile farm is now home to the “Pengel”, an 18-foot saltwater crook that is currently the largest croc in the country.
Guests can feed the quois, too, but before that, you need to have a good meal before you fortunately feed.
Discover Downtown China Town
In terms of land area, taste some Chinese cuisine in China’s largest city in China, which was launched in 2009 in Davao. Its arc is made with symbolic Chinese figures, which symbolize the alliance between the Philippines and the Chinese in Davao City.
In Dao’s China Town, you can see shopping centers that sell electronics and groceries. There are also restaurants and banks in the vicinity, so expect a lot of people here, especially on weekends.
Eden Nature Park
Its nature is found here in Adele Nature Park, located in downtown Torrello. Some of the fun activities you can enjoy here include hiking, horseback riding, sky whaling, sky cycling, fishing and sky diving. You can also test the bamboo maze to find out how good you are with your navigation capabilities.
The property also has balcony rooms where guests can relax during their stay. Another interesting feature of the park is their high speed where special occasions like public events, wedding celebrations and small concerts are held.
Experience the beaches in Samal Island
Another last mini-island to check out in Davao is the amazing Samal Island surrounded by white beaches and tropical majesty. There are also advanced resorts on the island to find out about a few islands, including Pearl Farm Dao, Babu Santa Beach Resort, and Island Garden Resort in Pangobatan. Bring your camera out and enjoy the fine sand here at Saml. To get here, go to Sassa Wharf, where the boats sail before sailing to the island.
Stay at one of Davao’s premier hotels
Mario Polo Dow, Destiny D2, Seda Abruzza, and Park In by Radson Dao, to name a few. Enjoy your vacation by staying at a famous Dao hotel. Make sure you check out people who match your budget and who are around famous places so you can save money on travel.
Visit any blue posts boiling shrimp and shrimp branch
If you are really hungry to roam the city, then the crabs and shrimp buckets will not disappoint you in the first branch of blue posts boiling crabs and shrimp, gaining entry by being impressed by the look and feel of a fishing boat. Will be. General Chat Chat Lounge It is also known for their “dirty finger licking” eating style. The best ones to try will be their freshly caught shrimp where you can choose from a variety of flavors and spices, whether it’s mild, mild or spicy hot. There are also sides to choose from corn cabbage, boiled potatoes and chowder.
Branches in Davao City
- JP Laurel Avenue, Davao City
- Lanang Business Park, Davao City
- SM City Dao Annex
Take a photo of the Dorian monument at Dao Airport
Another notable one you can check out is the amazing Dorian monument just outside Dao International Airport. It represents the trio of Davao, Lomadis, Muslims, and settlers, making it an excellent backdrop for anyone who wants to take pictures before and after leaving Davao.
Eat at Marina Tuna Sea Food Restaurant
Now working for 16 years, Marina Tuna is a one-of-a-kind dining establishment in Davao. It is known for its 10-sided tuna in the city, which means that the tuna is cooked in 10 ways. You can see a lot of aquariums inside where the owner said they always make sure it’s a fresh catch. This is definitely not a discount! It’s cheap and worth the price.
Although the smell may be heavy for some, Dorian is undoubtedly the best tasting fruit found there. The fact is, many restaurants in the city are offering various Dorian desserts, such as ice cream and shake. You can try Marina Tina at the restaurant!
Find out more about history in the Museo Dabavinio
Here at the Museo Dabavinio, you will learn about the rich culture and heritage of the Dabawinis. Inside it are various artworks, historical photographs and informational monuments. If you are familiar with GMA imams, this museum has some copies of local people’s weapons and traditional clothing. Other notes to check out include antiques, clothing, musical notes and more.
Try some black pavilla in Belto’s grapes
Nestled in a cozy alley on Palm Drive in Bajda, is an Al Fesco restaurant offering Parella Negra and other Spanish dishes. It is owned by Richie Ferrazeney and it is said that the restaurant is named after his abuelo or grandfather. The place is surrounded by wooden tables and chairs, and most locals visit at night. Dorian ice cream is also available! You won’t regret tasting!
White House Fusion Dining & Dining in Wine Lounge
If you want to end your Downtown adventure with a romantic lunch or dinner, then head to the White House Fusion Meals and Wine Lounge for some steak and good ol ‘wine. It is located in Bajada, North Point, in Davao City, and is only minutes away from the airport. What was once an ancestral home, this place has been transformed into a cozy 2-storey dining area, with old glamor and romantic atmosphere. There is also a garden outside, where most weddings are special occasions.
Experience Kadivan Festival
The Kadiawan Festival is the biggest festival in Madenau. It is named after the word Daubenio which means good, precious, high or beautiful. It is a celebration of festive life, gifts of nature, wealth of culture, rewards of harvest and the relief of living. It is held every third week of August.
Shop at Aldevinco Shopping Center
Located in front of the Marco Polo Hotel Dowau, Alduenko is the perfect place to buy local crafts, Mindanao textiles, batik, knits, painters and jewelry. Before buying anything, be sure to compare the bargains and prices from different stalls. Money changers are also available inside the shopping center.
Visit the Philippines Eagle Center
Philippine Eagle Center (PEC) is an 8.4 hectare area located at the foot of Mt. Apa is located within Malagasy, Baguio District, Davao City and Malagasy Watershed. The Philippine Eagle Center primarily serves as a breeding facility for endangered Philippine eagles and other birds of prey.
Davao City Travel & Tour Packages
Looking for the best Downtown City hotels, resorts and cheap flights to nearby cities? Check out our full list of cheap hotels and resorts by reviewing or you can also check out Airbnb Properties available in the city.
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