Category: Landmarks

  • Davao Landmark : People’s Park

    Davao Landmark : People’s Park

    Formerly the famous PTA Grounds in Davao City, this P72 M worth People’s Park opened on December 15, 2007 which features a mini-forest, interactive fountains, waterfalls and ponds, a kid’s toyland and large sculptures representing indigenous groups in Southern Mindanao and the Philippine eagle.

  • San Pedro Cathedral (Oldest Church in Davao)

    San Pedro Cathedral (Oldest Church in Davao) San Pedro Cathedral is considered to be the oldest church in the city (or the site where remnants of the old structure was built), prominently located at the corner of San Pedro Street and C.M.Recto Avenue.  Named after Saint Peter, the patron saint, it was said to be […]

  • Sangguniang Panlungsod and Monument of Peace and Unity

    LANDMARKS IN DAVAO The Sangguniang Panlungsod is the legislative Body of the city.  It enacts ordinances, approves resolutions and appropriates funds for the general welfare of the City and its constituents pursuant to Section 16 of the Local Government Code of 1991. It is located in San Pedro Street, fronting the San Pedro Cathedral. The […]

  • Davao Island to Highland

    An article I wrote for Mabuhay Magazine (Philippine Airlines inflight publication) on September 2009 features my beloved Davao City, with Mount Apo on the cover by partner Rhonson Ng. This is his third cover photo for the publication. We have been contributing regularly for the magazine in our eagerness to promote our beautiful islands.