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Insular Village, Lanang, Davao City - 12 kilometers from Davao City
Attractions: A landmark which offers the opportunity to understand the soul of the people of Davao.
Its main gallery is a repository of tribal art and other material culture such as: tribal art costumes, jewelries, handicrafts and others. Also a gallery of paintings, sculptures and ceramics and a souvenir shop of native crafts.
Summertime, kids, and picnics are meant to go together. Having a picnic doesn’t have to be reserved for a day out at the beach or park. Kids love to eat outside, especially if it means they don’t have to stop playing to come inside and get cleaned up. If you are going to have a picnic during an outing, be sure to practice food safety and have icepacks in with the food or cooler. Summertime Picnics
Motivational & Inspirational Quotes:
Rome - the city of visible history, where the past of a whole hemisphere seems moving in funeral procession with strange ancestral images and trophies gathered from afar. George Eliot
Source of Information: Department of Tourism, Philippines
OLD JAPANESE HOUSES (OLD DAVAO)
Daliao, Toril, Davao City - 12 kilometers from downtown 20 minutes south of the city center.
Attractions: Old Japanese houses, warehouses and site of abaca processing/drying plants during the Japanese period- before the 2nd World War broke- out.
TBOLI WEAVING CENTER
Insular Hotel grounds, Insular Hotel, Lanang, Davao City
Attractions: Tribal women brought down from the South Cotabato and their demonstration of the traditional arts, crafts and skills of the colorful bola tribe.
The women in colorful tribal attire, weave cloth from the fibers of the native abaca plant. These are colored with root and mud dyes, then finally woven with the intricate figures and patterns depicting the folklore and region of the tribe. The art is handed down from generation to generation.
Tribal jewelry and fashion accessories from the "tinalak" cloth decorated with beads, bells, embroidery, etc.; bags, belts, shoes, wallets, floor rugs and floor hanging fashioned from the tinalak.
MUSLIM FISHING VILLAGE
San Jose, Samal Island, Davao
Across Davao Gulf, about 45 minutes ride by motorized boat
Attractions: Frail native huts built on as lender stilts over the waters , swarm of sunbrowned children who dive overboard, Muslims musical instruments (the Kulintang, a set of percussion brass instruments)
NIEVAS ARTS AND CRAFTS
J.P. Avenue, Davao City - About
6 kilometers north of the city
CHILDRENS MUSEUM OF DAVAO CITY
Tulip Drive/R. Quimpo Blvd., Matina, Davao City
Attractions: An exciting place next to school designed for children who love to experience, explore and at the same time learn the world of modern technology like electric train, space shuttle, rocket, roller coaster, carousel, etc.
Facilities: Computer center, speech center, television and recording studio, library and resource center, mini-theatre, mini botanical garden, souvenir shop and canteen.
FORD ACADEMY OF ARTS
Ladislawa Garden Village Buhangin,
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