People's Park is an urban public park in central Davao City, Mindanao, Philippines. The park is covered with lush vegetation, with more than 1,000 species of plants from all over the world, including Southeast Asia, Australia, Africa, and South America.
The park is known for Mindanao artist Kublai Millan's sculptures of indigenous people, and its dancing fountain is a popular destin ...
ation for locals at night. The park's visitor center is inspired by durians and has a large collection of many species of bamboos. It has been described as "one of the cleanest and greenest public parks" in the Philippines.
Peoples Park News
Sara Duterte-Carpio, Davao City Mayor, and Jagan Srinivasan, Philips Lighting Country Manager led the lighting ceremony at the Peoples Park in Davao City as part of its annual month-long Christmas celebration.
"We are truly very happy and honored that Philips Lighting chose to partner with us in illuminating the Peoples Park this holiday season. This will surely make a memorable Christmas celebration for families and tourists alike," the mayor said.
Philips, the global leader in lighting, helped give Davaoenos a luminous celebration, through Philips LED lights that festooned the park.
Looking for a place to bond with your family this holiday season? Davao Citys Peoples Park is attracting more visitors after the city government reconstructed the Fun Park area for the children.
The public park now has a dancing light show and illuminated trees perfect for a night stroll. The City Information Office on Friday, December 15 also announced that Santa Claus is available for a selfie from 5 pm to 9 pm.
The CIO said the city government allotted P4.5 million to renovate the fun park, which included the 360-square meter rubber mat floor that protects ...
After many years of living in the United States, hearing Filipino announcement on board an airline is indeed a welcome treat, paired with heart-warming smiles native to the Philippines. Christmas songs playing in the background instantly calmed our nerves as we wrapped up business to get into a vacation mode. Holidays bring back joy of childhood memories spent with our family and old friends. No wonder, Filipino Americans rush to Manila this season of the year.
For the first time, Filipino American media were invited by the Philippine Consulate General of New York (PCGNY) and the Department ...
The Bagobo Klata Tribe defended the overall championship of the recently-concluded Dula Kadayawan of the 32nd Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival held at the Peoples Park in Davao City.
Bagobo Klata garnered a total of 148 points in the 12-event tribal games presented by the city government of Davao through Sports Development Division-City Mayor's Office (SDD-CMO) and sponsored by the Philippine Sports Commission.
The back-to-back champions topped anew the tug-of-war in the games that also featured bubuntog, solopot, totaring, sisibow, kakasing, osoroy, sosakoro, karang and binabayu.
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There's no place like home this adage is so true. I was born in Davao, but I grew up in Manila; and for some reasons, I've never had a chance to come back to my home town (Panabo) and meet my relatives for many years, until I luckily booked a cheap flight for Davao.
Sooo after about 24 years and 9 months of my life, I finally did get myself in Mindanao! When I was a kid, I've always thought going there is dangerous and impossible but thanks to Facebook, travel blogs and to President Duterte, the late mayor of Davao City, I've come to realize otherwise (at least in Davao). With my boyf, I've got to spend weekend in Davao City and Samal Island.
We spent our Saturday exploring Samal Island. It's a city in the province of Davao Del Norte. From Davao City, you have to take a 10-minute ferry ride from Sasa Wharf to the Island Garden City of S ...