Ramon Magsaysay Park

Davao City, Davao del Sur

Ramon Magsaysay Park is located in Davao City, Davao del Sur. The park remains the favorite of the locals and is frequented by foreign tourists, families and friends alike for an afternoon of leisurely stroll, or simply hanging-out. It is a beautifully landscaped public park that sits on a huge sprawling expanse that faces the clear blue waters of the Gulf of Davao with the Samal Island in the bac ...

kdrop. Magsaysay Park is built in honor of the third President of the Republic of the Philippines ??" Ramon Magsaysay.

Ramon Magsaysay Park News

  • Pasko Fiesta To Highlight Davaos 11 Tribes Davao

    The culture of the citys 11 tribes will be among the new highlights of this years Pasko Fiesta celebration.

    Orly Escarilla, head of the committee on holiday events, said one of the additional activities this year is the tribes? display of cuisine.

    The "Kan-anan sa Tribu" will be held at the Tribal Village in Magsaysay Park where life-size replicas of their traditional houses are currently on display.

    The indigenous peoples village was put up for the Kadayawan Festival held last August.

    Escarilla said the showcase and selling of different foods and delicacies of the tribes would be ...

  • Kadayawan Village To Promote Eco-tourism

    The relaunching of the Kadayawan village last Monday, October 30, will be a stepping stone in promoting eco-tourism in the region, said tourism official.

    On the sidelines of the Kadayawan village relaunching at Magsaysay Park, Department of Tourism 11 Regional Director Roberto Alabado III said he wish that the tribal village would bring further understanding of the Dabawenyos and tourists to the culture of the indigenous people living in Davao City.

    After it had been received warmly by the people during the Kadayawan festival, the Kadayawan tribal village has been relaunched for everyday ...

  • Amazing Filipino Tribal Village Davao City Kadayawan Festival

    This Tribal Village Setup Is Amazing!

    I got overwhelmed with happiness at the Kadayawan Village in Davao City, Mindanao.

    They had this amazing village setup featuring the 11 Tribes of the Region and I had SO MUCH FUN learning more about them. One man was playing the happiest music and it made my day so beautiful! This whole experience was beautiful!

    This is just a raw video of my time exploring and learning. This will be "Part 1".

    Super Apir!

  • I Held A Princess Umbrella For My Filipina Girlfriend Moro Tribes Davao City

    Yes, I held a princess umbrella for my girlfriend in Davao City!

    How did this happen? Well I visited the amazing Kadayawan Village setup at Magsaysay Park. There were 6 houses representing each of the Moro Tribes that can be found in Davao. Each house was just incredible! From the colours, to the music, to the people.

    This is simply a MUST VISIT if you come to Kadayawan Festival!!

    This is just a simple video exploring and learning about Moro Tribes.

  • Maranaos United In Adversity

    Maranaos United In Adversity

    Although 173 kilometers away from their real home, the Maranao tribe in Davao City have brought with them their culture and accessories.

    Deputy Mayor of Maranao tribe, Gapor Usman Al-Haj said that primary quality of the Maranao is the cohesiveness of the tribe.

    There are thirty-three Maranao communities in Davao City and in every community we have leaders we call them president of the community. Every time the city government has a program, the presidents are called who in turn deliver the message to their communities, he said.

    Based on records, Maranaos first settled in Salmonan alon ...

  • Zumba Durian And The Magsaysay Park In Davao

    Zumba Durian And The Magsaysay Park In Davao

    This week we continue with our series on Philippine plazas and parks with a return to Mindanao. We previously featured plazas in the cities of Cagayan de Oro and General Santos. For this and next Saturday we visit Davao City, home of the current President of the Philippines.

    I've been to Davao a number of times, the first time in 1999, to attend its famous Kadayawan Festival. Each visit since, I've noted the rapid urban growth of the city. It is now the anchor of a huge metropolitan agglomeration called Metro Davao that includes Digos, Tagum, Panabo, Samal, Carmen and Santa Cruz.

    Metro ...