Queen Tuna Park is located in Barangay Dadiangas South, nearby the Old Mosque and Public Market. Queen Tuna Park is regularly visited by many locals and foreign tourists to spend leisure time together with their loved ones. The whole environment is good to be photographed and if you want to explore it, you can just have a walk around and feel the cool breeze coming from the Celebes Sea. It is open ...
to the public from 5:00 am to 10:00 pm.
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General Santos City is located in the Southernmost part of the Philippines. It is highly urbanized city and has one of the largest population in the country. There are few notable celebrities and personalities that came from this "Tuna Capital of the Philippines". Who doesn't know Manny Pacquiao The most popular boxer in the world who made us realize that every dream is possible when we take action. How about Shamcy Supsup and Melai Cantiveros
There are about 26 barangays in the city and Cebuano is the widely spoken language. Fishing and farming are two of the most common source of income. ...
A landmark honoring the city's fishermen and pioneers of its thriving fishing sector will soon rise in a coastal village here.
Joseph Alvin Veneracion, chair of Barangay Dadiangas South, said they are currently finalizing plans for the establishment of a historical marker at the site of the city's first fish port inside the Queen Tuna Park.
He said they have allocated an initial P1.6 million for the construction and development of the landmark, which was envisioned to become an additional attraction for the park's visitors.
"The landmark is a tribute to the fishermen who pioneered the ...
Aptly called the Tuna Capital of the Philippines, General Santos City is host to modern amenities and endowed with the beauty of nature, where diverse cultures abound. One attraction that gives legacy to GenSan's prime product is the Queen Tuna Park, which is a favorite destination of many locals.
Nested in Barangay Dadiangas South, Queen Tuna Park is regularly visited by many locals and foreign tourists to spend leisure time together with their loved ones. The whole environment is good to be photographed and if you want to explore it, you can just have a walk around and feel the cool breez ...
Formerly known as Lion's Beach, the Queen Tuna Park in General Santos is probably one of the less-maintained parks in the Philippines. Though, it is regularly visited by locals and domestic tourists because of the large waves coming from the Celebes Sea and the nice breeze and cool air which can be experienced in the place.
Queen Tuna Park is located in Barangay Dadiangas South, nearby the Old Mosque and Public Market. The authorities invested a lot of money to beautify this place so it can add to the tourist attractions in the city ??" but because of the current security issues in Basilan, ...