South Cotabato Community Museum | Things to do in Koronadal City-South Cotabato
|Address:||Alunan Ave.,, Koronadal City, South Cotabato|
Koronadal rich natural resource invites nature lovers to come, enjoy, experience and appreciate nature as a relaxing treat or take the challenge of plunging into a river adventure cum mountain climbing. Our Siok Waterfalls Forest Adventure in B/Mabini offers extreme river trekking and river adventure that will surely satisfy those who are up for an experience barely touched by human intervention. Our Supon and Millennium Falls, Mambucal Spring, and Cadidang Caves also offer just the same – fun, adventure, nature.
Our more or less 5-hectare Rizal Park, located at the heart of the city, offers a great venue for various activities. It also features a children’s playground with different recreational facilities for kids to enjoy and a unique letter standees of Koronadal City for a perfect photo op. With fully grown trees, it is a great place for recreation and relaxation.
Created by Mindanaoan sculptor, Kublai Ponce Millan, the Tri-People Monument has stood tall in the heart of Surallah since its unveiling in 2011. Also known as the Surallah Cultural Landmark, it celebrates the T'bolis, Muslims, and Christians. The monument's centerpiece is the 60-feet-high Tboli string instrument called Hegalong, flocked by gigantic leaves of the the endemic bulb plant, Bohung. Larger than life sculptures of human figures depicting everyday life in Surallah can also be seen, representing the peaceful and harmonious co-existence of the three major people groups in the area.
Where to stay
Strategically located at Koronadal City, this hotel is a great choice for all types of travelers seeking comfortable accommodations. It has clean interiors, quality facilities, and amenities that guarantee a memorable stay.
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Getting there and around
Alunan Ave.,, Koronadal City, South CotabatoGet directions