Subangan Provincial Museum

Mati City, Davao Oriental

The Subangan Provincial Museum also called the Davao Oriental Museum is located at the Tourism Complex, City of Mati, Davao Oriental. The two-story Subangan Museum stands on a 1000 sqm land. It's a modern looking building surrounded with greenery and a cafe outside. But looking closely, one would notice the native patterns incorporated on the metal fences and the beautifully carved doors inside th ...

e museum. These are the native patterns from Davao Oriental's indigenous people, the Mandaya and Kaagan. The word Subang is a bisaya term which means "east" or "sunrise".

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