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Discover the Mesmerizing Charms of Simunul, Tawi-Tawi!

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Embark on an unforgettable journey to Simunul, a hidden gem nestled in the Philippines' Tawi Tawi province. Here, you'll be captivated by the allure of pristine blue waters, stunning white sand beaches, and vibrant coral reefs. But Simunul offers more than just natural beauty — it's a place steeped in culture and history, where time seems to stand still. Prepare to be enchanted by the centuries-old Sheik Karimal Makdum Mosque, a testament to the enduring legacy of Filipino culture. Built in 1380, this majestic mosque boasts intricate Islamic architecture that will leave you in awe. Step back in time as you explore its hallowed halls, immersing yourself in the rich tapestry of Philippine heritage. For the ultimate escape, indulge in unparalleled luxury at Beaches in Simunul. Nestled amidst nature's paradise, our award-winning resort offers a haven of tranquility and comfort. Lounge by crystal-clear waters, dine at exclusive restaurants and bask in the warmth of the sun a

Municipality of Lugait, Misamis Oriental

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Lugait is a  municipality in the province of Misamis Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 20,559 people. This town is one of the largest barrios in the Misamis Oriental region of Misamis Oriental.   The municipality has an area of ​​27.45 square kilometers or 10.60 square miles, accounting for 0.88% of the total area of ​​Misamis Oriental. According to this figure, the population density is 749 people per square kilometer or 1,940 people per square mile. 

The white beach of Zamboanga City | Arena Grande

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This trip will take you to one of the most beautiful beaches in Zamboanga City.  And only legends know. and white sand beach. But why is it called White Sand Beach?  But before we travel let's eat breakfast first, the Satti. This food is one of Zamboangeneo's favorite and most popular breakfast dishes. At first, I thought it was similar to Indonesian or Malaysian satay But I was wrong, they are different and taste different The taste of the sauce is also different, can it be called the original brand Zamboanga? I can't say that. I am not an expert in this field. delicious! that's all I can say This is a must-try dish when you come to Zamboanga. 

Jasaan, Misamis Oriental | Things to DO

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Jasaan is a second-class community in Misamis Oriental Province, Philippines. As of the 2020 census, it has a population of 57,055 inhabitants. It is located in lush vegetation, about 28 kilometers east of the capital, Cagayan de Oro. It borders the communities of Villanueva, Claveria, and Balingasag, while to the west is Macajalar Bay.  

Initao, Misamis Oriental | Things to DO

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Initao is a third-class municipality in  Misamis Oriental Province, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 33.902 inhabitants. It is located in a landlocked area with a population density was 305 people per square kilometer. Located 29 kilometers east of the city of Iligan and about 767 kilometers south-southeast of the Philippine capital, Manila. 

Visiting the Famous Yakan Village in Zamboanga

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On our 2nd day here in Zamboanga City, we will tour the island part of tourist Asia's Latin City of the Philippines. Zamboanga City is the 6th most populous in the Philippines and the 2nd most populous in Mindanao after Davao City It has a population of over 977 thousand and is subdivided into 98 barangays, a day visit is not enough to explore this amazing city. 

Gitagum, Misamis Oriental

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Gitagum is a fifth-class church in Misamis Oriental Province, Philippines. There are eleven barangays, four of which are urban areas due to their strategic location along the national highway and along Iligan Bay. Light commercial and industrial establishments are located in these barangays.  Built-up areas for Urban Purposes include only 2.5% of the total land area of ​​Gitagum used for residential purposes and close to the public market, commercial establishments, churches, schools, municipal gymnasiums, squares, and other government buildings of the municipality The Coastal Burnay and Pangayawan barangays are covered with mangroves which remain protected.

Gingoog, Misamis Oriental | Things to Do

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Gingoog is a second-class city in the Misamis Oriental province of the Philippines. Like other communities in the Philippines that have retained the Spanish spelling, the city's name is written as Gingoog but pronounced as HEE-Ngu-og, since it originated as the word binukid.  The term Gingoog originally comes from the word "hingoog" meaning "good luck" by a Lumad tribe. It was one of the oldest cities in the province of Misamis Oriental, predating the province's capital and economic center, Cagayan de Oro, which was founded in 1871. 

El Salvador, Misamis Oriental

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El Salvador is a City located in  Misamis Oriental Province, Philippines, and has a population of 58,771. The city has an area of ​​106.15 square kilometers or 40.98 square miles, which is 3.39% of the total area of ​​Misamis Oriental. Based on these numbers, the population density is estimated at 554 people per square kilometer or 1,434 people per square mile. 

Claveria, Misamis Oriental | Things to know

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The municipality of Claveria is a 1st class Municipality in  Misamis Oriental Province, Philippines. It has a total population of 52,478 and is also the largest in the province by area. The town was once called Tikala, a local term for 'miracle'. Tikala was once ruled by Datu Manlumupog, an aboriginal warrior known as the 'Higaunons', meaning 'people of the land'. Despite the simple way of life, they were held together by their sacred code called Bungkatel Ha Bulawan, which passed under his teaching,

Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental

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Binuangan, Misamis Oriental

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The Municipality of Binuangan is a 6th-class municipality in the province of Misamis Oriental, Philippines. It has a population of 7,441 inhabitants according to the census 2020. The household population of Binuangan is broken down into 1,556 households or an average of 4. The municipality has a land area of 30. 43 square kilometers which constitute 0. 97% of Misamis Oriental's total area. 

Balingasag, Misamis Oriental

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 Balingasag Municipality is a second-class municipality in  Misamis Oriental Province, Philippines. The city is being pushed for inclusion on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites for its impressive variety of colonial buildings with touches of Mindanao's indigenous architecture.

Balingoan, Misamis Oriental

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Balingoan is a fifth-class municipality in the Misamis Oriental Province of the Philippines. As of the 2020 census, it has 1,020 residents. The municipality has a land area of 57.80 square kilometers or 22.32 square miles which constitutes 1.85% of Misamis Oriental's total area. Formerly part of Talisayan, it is gained independence on March 1, 1952. According to local legend, it derived its name from the word "John's Fishing Net" ( John's Fishing Net), which later became simply "Love you". 

The alluring Alubijid municipality | Misamis Oriental

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Alubijid, officially the Municipality of Alubijid, is a 4th class coastal municipality in the province of Misamis Oriental, Philippines. t has a population of 32,163 people According to the 2020 census. The municipality has a land area of ​​85. 56 square kilometers or 33. 03 sq mi, which is 2 . 73% of the total area of ​​Misamis Oriental. The age group with the largest population in Alubijid is 5-9 years old, with 3,205 people. The age group with the smallest population, however, is 296 people between 75 and 79. 

Baganga, Davao Oriental

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The Municipality of Baganga is a 1st-class municipality withinside the east coast part of  Davao Oriental province in the Philippines. It is the biggest municipality and town in land area and the province's 1st legislative district.  It has a populace of 58,714 inhabitants according to the 2020 census making it the third-biggest city in the provincial city of the province's 1st legislative district. 

Tagum City, Davao del Norte

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Tagum City is the 1st magnificent component City and capital of Davao del Norte, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a populace of 296,202 people  making it the maximum populous component town in Mindanao.

Santo Tomas, Davao del Norte

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Santo Tomas is a 1st class municipality in the province of Davao del Norte, Philippines famous for its sweetest Bananas and home to a diverse mix of cultures with Mandaya and Ata Manobo. The population is mainly Cebuano. The municipality covers an area of ​​221.80 square kilometers or 85.64 square miles, which is 6.48% of the total area of ​​Davao del Norte. The household population of Santo Tomas in the 2020 Census was 128,667 broken down into 30,750 households. The age group with the highest population in Santo Tomas is 5 to 9 and the age group with the lowest population is 80 and over.

San Isidro, Davao Del Norte, Tourism and History

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The Municipality of San Isidro is a 5th-class municipality in the province of Davao del Norte, Philippines, with an abundance of eco-cultural wonders and one of the quickest eco-tourism sites withinside the province and a getaway for fun, thrill, learning, and adventure. It has a population of 27,233 people according to the 2020 census. San Isidro was created on June 26, 2004, after the ratification of Republic Act (RA) No. 9265. On June 2, 2022, RA No. 11814, the act renaming San Isidro as Sawata, as well as it's municipal proper, Barangay Sawata as Poblacion, lapsed into law.

Tourist spots in Panabo City history and Celebrations | Davao Del Sur

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Panabo is a 3rd class component city in the province of Davao del Norte with a total population of 209,230 people, according to the 2020 census. Panabo City covered an area of 25,123 hectares and is also part of the Davao Metropolitan Area located between Carmen town and Davao del Sur's boundary, Davao City.  The local government unit of Panabo was created into a component city of Davao del Norte by virtue of Republic Act No. 9015 and ratified by the residents in a plebiscite held on March 31, 2001. It was bordered by the shores of Davao Gulf to the east, by Davao City to its west and south, and by some of the municipalities of Davao del Norte in the north. 

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