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Overview Davao City, also called the Land of Promise, is the largest city in the island of Mindanao in the Philippines. In recent years, Davao City has emerged as the business, investment and tourism hub for the entire southern Philippines. Davao City is ranked as the 87th fastest growing city in the world and it has been listed by the Foreign Direct Investment Magazine as the 10th Asian City of the Future. The city has good beaches and mountain resorts, and is close to diving spots and the highest peak in the Philippines, Mount Apo which is home to the world's largest eagle, the Philippine Eagle. It was awarded by the Department of Tourism as the Most Livable City in the Philippines. There are several malls located in the city. Davao has only crocodile park in the region which provides home to locally bred crocodiles including the country's biggest crocodile named Pangil (or fangs) measuring over 18 feet (5.5 m) in length. Davao City is the education hub in Mindanao with its universities and colleges. The Pearl Farm Beach Resort is a former cultivation farm for luxurious south sea pearls. Davao City is a gourmet’s delight with its vast supply of fresh sea food. Davao City is an attractive place for eco-tourism. There is always an attraction for tourist adventurers like river rafting to most exhilarating zip-line experience. T'boli and Weaving Center is a rich source for some bead ornaments and traditional tribal clothes. Here, there is a tribal weaving factory where you can buy traditional T'boli woven products like bags and other accessories.
Population 1530365 (2011 census),
Airport Francisco Bangoy International Airport or Davao International Airport is the main airport serving Davao City in the Philippines. It is the busiest airport in the island of Mindanao
Climate Davao City is typhoon-free due to its location. The city enjoys a weather that remains balmy all year round. It is characterized by a uniform distribution of rainfall, temperature, humidity, and air pressure. It has no pronounced wet or dry season.
Best Season The best time to visit Davao is the months of March and August.
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To avoid Avoid the rainy season which extends between June and September.
Pros It is the most important economy in the island and the third most important urban center in the Philippines. It is also the largest city in the BIMP-EAGA Economic Circle. The city is conducive to business as evidenced by the presence of the country's top 200 companies. Inflow of investments has been remarkable in the last ten years. Exports in the City are now a billion dollar industry with a growing niche market for its products. The stable banana and flourishing pineapple industries are among the country's leading export commodities. A net exporter since 1987, Davao City largely contributed in making the Philippines as the world's top exporter of papaya, mangosteen, and even flowers.
Cons Flood problem Unsafe drinking water Electric interruption Health problem
Tips Davao is visitor-friendly as it abounds with cheap inexpensive hostels, pension houses and inns: Davao Imperial Inn, Davao Tower Inn, Evergreen Hotel, Hotel Galleria, Humberto’s pension and others.
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