Sangngawan Falls

Makilala, Cotabato

Sang'ngawan, Hotsprings Falls, are located in Batasan-Biangan, Makilala, Cotabato and have a hot spring blessed with 2 natural pools.

The natural resort complex in the heart of Mt. Apo National Park features hot pools along an ice cold river, punctuated by a waterfall and a series of deep pools.

Sangngawan Hotsprings Falls News

  • Exploring the Beautiful Place of Makilala North Cotabato

    Exploring the Beautiful Place of Makilala North Cotabato

    With a population of 77,508 people as of 2010, Makilala is a 1st-class municipality in the province of Cotabato in the Philippines. Formerly a barangay named "Lamitan", it was created by virtue of Executive Order No. 63 issued by the then President Ramon Magsaysay. The name "Makilala" is coined from the names of the early barangays Malasila, Kisante and Lamitan. If you are wondering about the additional "la", this is to match the Tagalog word that means "to be known".

    Like other places in the country, Makilala also boasts of great things that travelers and holidaymakers would enjoy. If it i ...

  • Makilala hot spring project gets two million pesos for rehab

    The rehabilitation of Sang'ngawan Falls in Barangay Batasan, known to many as the Makilala Hot Spring is set to start soon after obtaining a P2 Million allocation, an official of the municipality said.

    Makilala Tourism Officer Isidro Mainit said at the local government unit (LGU)-run radio program Dagayday sa Serbisyo ug Kalambuan over Charm Radio in Kidapawan City that the funding allocation was recently approved by Cotabato Governor Emmylou Tali┼ło-Mendoza.

    Mainit said the budget will cover the road rehabilitation leading to the falls, repair of the scoured base of the overflow, ...

  • Sang ngawan Hotsprings Resort

    Sang ngawan Hotsprings Resort

    From Kidapawan City, we rode a multicab bound for Makilala and paid 24 pesos( if your from Davao, you may just drop by Makilala before reaching Kidapawan City). Upon reaching Barangay Batasan, we rode habal-habal. It took us 15minutes ride and 5 minutes hike to get into the resort.

    The falls was not very tall. Before we were dismayed somebody from the group said that we have to go up. We started to trek the river up. As we move up, the view was breathtaking. The pools at the bottom were mixtures of the river and hotsprings. Multicolored rock formations were evident and a magnificent s ...