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Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino
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Waterfront Insular Hotel Davao

Phone: 1800-10-9376688
Fax: +632 505-3099
Email: whc.rsvn@waterfronthotels.net

Davao Tourist Spots

Crocodile Park

Address: Riverfront Drive, Corporate City, Diversion Highway Ma-a, Davao City, Philippines
Distance from the hotel: 9.5KM
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 8AM – 7PM

Description: The Davao Crocodile Park is an establishment showcasing crocodile farming system in the Philippines. The park has the most recent crocodile farm design equipped with modern facilities.

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Davao Butterfly House

Address: Riverfront Drive, Corporate City, Diversion Highway Ma-a, Davao City, Philippines
Distance from the hotel: 9.5KM
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 8AM – 5PM

Description: Davao Butterfly House is a sanctuary and shelter for different butterflies, plants, and flowers. It is one of many butterfly sanctuaries in the Philippines. Best time to visit is in the morning.

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People’s Park

Address: Uy Building, 49 Palma Gil St., Poblacion District, Davao City, Davao Del Sur
Distance from the hotel: 7.1 KM
Opening Hours:
Monday – Thursday 5:30AM – 10AM , 2PM– 11PM
Friday – Sunday 5:30AM – 10:30AM , 1PM – 12AM

Description: People’s Park is an urban public park in Central Davao City. The park was created through the conversion of the old PTA Grounds or the Palaruang Panlunsod. The park covers an area of 4 hectares (9.9 acres). One of the main features of the park is a 425 square meters visitors’ center, the Durian Dome, which has a design inspired from the Durian Fruit.

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Samal Island

Address: Samal Island, Davao
Distance from the hotel: 5.4KM (Samal Ferry Terminal)

Description: Samal, officially the Island Garden City of Samal, or sometimes called IGaCOS, is a 4th class city in the province of Davao Del Norte, Philippines. It is made up of Samal Island and the smaller Talikud Island in the Davao Gulf, from the merger of former municipalities of Samal, Babak, and Katipunan. Samal Island has many good beaches, numerous marine reefs and tranquil waters that lure the tourist to visit them.

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