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Museo Dabawenyo

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Museo Dabawenyo

171 Reviews
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Corner A. Pichon and C.M. Recto Streets, Davao City, Mindanao 8005 Philippines
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Visayas 4 Islands: Cebu, Bohol, Panglao and Balicasag
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Visayas 4 Islands: Cebu, Bohol, Panglao and Balicasag

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On this 10-day tour visiting 5 islands of the Visayas region, you can enjoy seeing the most significant of the island of Cebu, sites such as the Minor Basilica of the Holy Child, The Fort of San Pedro, Museums with historical relics, etc. ..<br>On the island of Bohol, you will see the Tarsier, considered the smallest monkey in the world, you will visit a greenhouse with a large variety of butterflies, you can observe the famous Chocolate Hills from the top of a mountain, and you will feel an explorer cruising with Buffet included by the Loboc River.<br>On the island of Panglao you will rest on the paradisiacal beaches of Alona beach, White beach or Dumaluan beach.<br>And visit and swim in the crystal clear waters of the Hinagdanan cave.
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chris h wrote a review Jan 2020
San Francisco, California210 contributions42 helpful votes
A nice quick stop where the proud resident volunteers of Davao City will briefly explain the history. They will not accept tips.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Christa Danica J wrote a review Dec 2019
Caloocan, Philippines182 contributions44 helpful votes
Visit the new temporary location and get amazed by how rich Mindanao culture and heritage is. Get the guided tour and ask for Sir Randy. He is very knowledgeable and informative. I am looking forward to the new 5 storey building that is being constructed in cooperation with the National Museum. I am sure that the museum will be so huge and beautiful! This is a must visit when you go to Davao. Admission is free.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Cybill Y wrote a review Dec 2019
Muntinlupa, Philippines235 contributions66 helpful votes
The museum is just a relatively small room but it is able to capture the heritage of the city and its people. Have a guide tell you stories about the artifacts--they have interesting facts. If you have extra time, make this quick stop.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Aativas wrote a review Oct 2019
India127 contributions47 helpful votes
To begin with, the museum has moved to Juna Subdivision, near PWC. They will be here for next two years - according to the staff. This was my third attempt to visit the museum. First attempt in June failed, because they were not yet open at the new place. Second attempt in September failed because I went on Sunday, and it is closed on Sundays. There is no entry fee. The museum is very small - only 50 objects displayed. However it opens a window to Davao city and helps to understand the city better. It gave me leads on what I need to explore more. When I had some questions regarding the musical instruments, the young guide was available to answer it. There is an audio-visual (set of six or seven video clips) which is informative. Overall good experience. I hope they will expand.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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John T wrote a review Apr 2019
Cebu City, Philippines1,071 contributions158 helpful votes
Arrived here at the end of April and this was on my museum list to see. There was a large CLOSED banner across the metal gate. I thought that since it was lunchtime, maybe they were just closed for that, since it was not a holiday either, but start of business Monday. Came back to see it remained closed and inquired - reply was that they are RELOCATING to another building and this building will be used for another purpose. I'm posting this just as an FYI. I never saw any exhibits there, so no options on their holdings.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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