Matin-Ao Spring, also called Mati-naw Spring, is located in Bangcud, Malaybalay, Bukidnon, only a 30-minute drive from the capital town of Malaybalay. This spring is the most popular among several picnic spots in the province. This is a clear flowing stream and has good picnic facilities such as concrete dining tables and benches.
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Bukidnon is one of the many pride provinces in the Northern Mindanao Region. Enclosed by the Misamis Oriental on the north, Davao and Agusan del Sur on the east, Lanao province on the west and North Cotabato on the south.
Most part of Bukidnon is composed of an alluvial cut by the deep and wide canyons of the Cagayan, Polangui and Tagoloan rivers and their spout. Several peaks descends the province like Mt. Kitanglad, a dormant volcano, Mt Kalatungan and Mt. Tankulan.
The original migrants of the province were driven internally toward the rugged and hilly ground. Thus, the people ar ...
Just like the Nasuli Spring Resort, Matin-ao Spring is one place I haven't visited in such a long time. I could still remember Matin-ao as my family's favorite picnic place when I was still a little kid. Compared to Nasuli, Matin-ao has more shallow areas making it a safe place to swim for children.
Matin-ao Spring is located in Barangay Bangcud, about 20 kilometers from Malaybalay City proper. It is right behind the Bangcud Elementary School and also fronting the Department of Agriculture Regional Crop Protection Center.
I guess Matin-ao Spring lost its luster years ago when reports cam ...
A Bukidnon Second District Board Member has recommended to Bukidnon Governor Jose Ma. Zubiri, Jr. to declare the provincial area within Matin-ao Spring in Bangcud, Malaybalay City as an eco-tourism and recreational park.
In a resolution, Board Member Atty. Nemesio Beltran, Jr. asserts that his proposal will "boost eco-tourism, livelihood, employment, investment and other collateral benefits for the Province of Bukidnon."
The Provincial Government of Bukidnon is the registered owner of a seven-hectare land, more or less, within Matin-ao Spring in Barangay Bangcud, Malaybalay City, Bukidno ...