The 18-hectare farm in Barangay Banahaw, Malungon, Sarangani used to be home for more than a thousand fighting cocks and cockfighting events. But after Pacquiao’s lifestyle change, the farm is now empty, save for the mango trees. Galleria Emmanuel exhibits photos of significant events in the career of internationally-acclaimed boxing icon and Sarangani Congressman Manny Pacquiao. Native inspired sculptures by artist Kublai Millan are also main attractions in the farm. A souvenir shop along with a lounge is also available where one can buy PacMan memorabilia’s and sample local food. Pacman farm is next to Tibo Hill and is located in Province of Sarangani, Soccsksargen, Philippines.
The S’lang Festival is celebrated every July in Malungon, Sarangani Province. This festival showcases the town’s abundance of upland products and the rich cultural heritage of the Blaans and Tagakalos. It’s celebration coincides with the founding anniversary of Malungon every 15th of July. The meaning of the Blaan word “S’lang” is a place of socialization and trade. Malungon is a melting pot of different tribes of Mindanao, specifically the Blaan, Tagakaolo and Kalagans. Even today, tribal culture and heritage is very much alive. In each community or barangay you will find not only the barangay officials but also the tribal chieftains. This form of government among the tribes practice until today the tribal Continue reading
The Mount Matutum Protected Landscape is bounded on the North by Kiblawan and Malalag, Davao del Sur; on the South by General Santos City; on the East by Malungon, Sarangani and on the West by Banga, Koronadal and T’boli, South Cotabato. The area is located within Barangays Kinilis, Landan, Maligo and Palkan of the Municipality of Polomolok; Barangay Albagan, Tablu and Lampitak, of the Municipality of Tampakan; Barangays Acmonan, Cebuano, Kablon, Linan and Miasong of the Municipality of Tupi; Barangays Datalbatong and Datalbita, Municipality of Malungon; all in the Province of South Cotabato and Sarangani. Mt Matutum is a steep mountain north of the town Continue reading
The best beaches in the Philippines are often off-the-beaten-path and Sarangani has several of these. Long a best-kept secret of tourists who explore new destinations, Sarangani is now gradually carving a name as the ultimate destination in southern Philippines. The vast mountain ranges and rolling hills, the dense rainforests, the clean rivers, the varied wildlife, the pristine white sand shorelines and crystal clear waters offering an excellent glimpse of the marine life and the diverse indigenous culture are actually what Sarangani can easily provide to guests. Tourists will definitely have a plethora of activities to undertake which could not be easily found in other destinations.