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Golf : Davao Islands PhilippinesGOLF LINKS AND TENNIS COURTS:

LANANG GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB

Lanang, Davao City, 5kms. North of Davao City
Par: 71 Holes: 18 Yards: 5,5,751

Attractions: An 18 - hole golf courxe laid out on plantation with different flowering plants.

Facilities: Clubhouse, restaurant, tennis court, golf sets for rent, services of caddies are available upon request.

APO GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

Dumoy, Davao City - about 11 kms. south of the city center
Par: 72 Holes: 18 Yards: 7,001

Facilities: Club house, conference hall, swimming pool, pelota court, restaurant that serves native delicacies, golf sets for rent upon request.

NEW DAVAO CITY GOLF CLUB

Matina, Davao City - 3 kms south of the city center
Attractions: A 9-hole laid out golf course planted with varieties of Philipine trees.

Facilities: Clubhouse, canteen/restaurant, golf sets for rent, caddies services.

PLAYGROUNDS AND PARKS

HARANA MINI PLAYGROUND RIZAL PARK
SKATING RINK San Pedro St., Davao City

MAGSAYSAY PARK TAMBONGON MINI-PARK
Sta. Ana., Davao City Lanang, Davao City
c/o Phil. Tourism Authority

PALARUANG LUNGSOD CLIFFORD PARK
Davao City Victoria Plaza Mall/Skating Rink
Bajada, Davao City

STADIUM/GYMNASIUM/AUDITORIUM/CONVENTION HALL

PALARUANG LUNGSOD DAVAO "Y" GYM
J. Palma Gil St. Sta. Ana Avenue
Davao City Davao City

RIZAL MEMORIAL COLLEGE GYM SAN PEDRO PARISH AUDITORIUM
Quiambao Heights San Pedro St
Davao City Davao City

TERRAZA MILLESA BROKENSHIRE AUDITORIUM
F. Iñigo St. Madapo Hill, Davao City

ATENEO DE DAVAO UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO
Social Hall & Gymnasium Bonifacio St., Davao City

ALMENDRAS RECREATIONAL CENTRAL BANK CONVENTION CENTER HALL
Quezon Blvd. Davao City Tionko Ave., Davao City


Philippines Cuisine History and Influences

During the pre-Hispanic era in the Philippines, the preferred Austronesian methods for food preparation were boiling, steaming and roasting. The ingredients for common dishes were obtained from locally raised livestock. These ranged from kalabaw (water buffaloes), baka (cows), manok (chickens) and baboy (pigs) to various kinds of fish and seafood. More details at Philippines Cuisine History and Influences


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