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Subangang Museum

Surigao-Davao Coastal Road | 6. 943798, 126. 248200, Mati, Mindanao, Philippines
+63 87 811 3397
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Informative and history- laden

Subangan Museum gives you a rich informative history and culture of Davao Oriental. Upon entering... read more

Reviewed July 26, 2017
Grace B
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made me more aware of the beauty of davao

It was a bit small but the place was beautiful and very modern. You get to learn more about davao... read more

Reviewed January 26, 2017
Arcee C
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Surigao-Davao Coastal Road | 6. 943798, 126. 248200, Mati, Mindanao, Philippines
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+63 87 811 3397
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Reviewed July 26, 2017 via mobile

Subangan Museum gives you a rich informative history and culture of Davao Oriental. Upon entering the white building , you will see the huge ( 53 ft long ) skeleton of a sperm whale which was found in the shores of Davao Oriental , thus...More

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Reviewed January 26, 2017

It was a bit small but the place was beautiful and very modern. You get to learn more about davao and find out more natural resources you can visit in every provinces.

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Reviewed December 29, 2016 via mobile

To be greeted by a complete sperm whale skeleton at the entrance promised a good experience already at the Subangan Museum. Actually, to be greeted with airconditioning was the start of the experience what with the afternoon heat outdoors. With a ramp running behind the...More

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Reviewed November 2, 2016

Subangán, the Davao Oriental Provincial Museum, is known to be the most sophisticated modern public museum in the Philippines today where the world's 7th largest whale on exhibit is housed. The museum is located along Diosdado Macapagal National Highway, Barangay Dahican, Mati City, Davao Oriental....More

1  Thank marquee2016
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Reviewed October 14, 2016

The facade of the museum building is enough to tell you that the inside is clean and well maintained. It isn't as huge as the other museums in the country but it does give you a glimpse of what Mt. Hamiguitan offers and more. You...More

1  Thank Pam B
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Reviewed September 28, 2016

entering the doors of the museum brings you to a new world, everything about Davao Oriental. you will be welcomed by a huge whale and leads you to the forests of the province for their unique flora and fauna, and feel the cold of their...More

1  Thank basteboi
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Reviewed July 26, 2016

A whale skeleton - the centrepiece of the very modern museum! Great lighting and efficient use of technology to boot its display. It is an interactive museum showcasing the mindanaoan culture and it's vast resources. Really worth the visit. Entrance fee - P50 It's a...More

1  Thank Ardee M
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Reviewed July 21, 2016

An interesting and calm museum. The most amazing thing is the bones of the whale, its giant. The second thing attracting me is the simulation of the typhoon when most of Mati was destroyed. There are lots of things to observe and enjoy!

1  Thank Hồng Anh N
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Reviewed June 15, 2016

This was our third visit to the Museum! This time our tickets came free with our 'accommodations at Senorita Suites! We would have gone anyway because my grandchild who was with us in Davao for the summer, wanted to see "the big bones of the...More

2  Thank Medy1950
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Reviewed February 26, 2016

I was able to come to Subangang Museum past 5pm and they are still open. Stayed and enjoyed the history of Davao Oriental particularly Mati City. Displayed in the entrance is the skeleton of the largest sperm whale captivated in the Philippines. Very friendly tour...More

Thank dpalisoc
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