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"Agricultural powerhouse Tagum is the capital of Davao Del Norte. Definitely worth a visit is Hijo Resorts, a 760-hectare eco-tourism destination. It is a thriving banana and coconut plantation and a fully operational industrial zone. It is also the first banana plantation that made a shipment of Cavendish bananas to Japan in 1969. Get a feel of the local vibe at the Tagum Night Market and Freedom Park."

Popular Tagum City Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Royale House Travel Inn and Dormitel
Hostels
Ricardo Briz St, Malinawon2, Tagum, Magugpo East, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
Located in Tagum, The Royale House Travel Inn and Dormitel is convenient to Gaisano Grand Mall and Tagum City Hall. This hotel is within close proximity of New Christ the King Cathedral.
SWIMMING_POOL Hijo Resorts Davao Managed by Enderun Hospitality Management
Resorts
Hijo Plantation Brgy. Madaum, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
Impressive - 8.8 / 10(28)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Big 8 Corporate Hotel
Hotels
National HIghway , Visayan Village, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
Convenient - 8.0 / 10(13)
BEDROOM Lucky 9 Budget Hotel
Hotels
Mencidor Avenue, Briz District , Magugpo East, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
Convenient - 8.1 / 10(10)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Happy Home Budgetel
Hotels
Paulino Manigo Street, Purok Palmera, Visayan Village, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
Hotels
Gante Road, Dona Regina Dalisay Ave, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
Convenient - 8.0 / 10(12)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Rainbow Romanz Garden Inn
Hostels
Purok Lanzones, Timog Avenue, Visayan Village, Visayan Village, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Lakan's Penzionne Haus
Guest Houses
H.A. Misa St., Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
Good - 6.9 / 10(11)
Hostels
Mabini-Osmena St. , Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
LOBBY Dream Gold Pension House
Guest Houses
Mabini Street, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
SWIMMING_POOL Villa Aloncia Inland Resort
Resorts
Purok Aala, Mankilam , Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
EXTERIOR_BUILDING OYO 183 JRJF Hotel
Hotels
Dona Regina Dalisay Avenue, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Dunchel's Guest House
Hotels
Lectura Building, Rizal St, Tagum City, 8100 Davao del Norte, Philippines, Davao, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
EXTERIOR_BUILDING OYO 448 PVC Hotel
Hotels
Mabini Street, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Rufina's Leisure Center
Hotels
Daang Maharlika Highway, Visayan Village, Visayan Village, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
Convenient - 8.1 / 10(48)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING OYO 256 Sakura Suites
Hotels
Lapu Lapu Street, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
BEDROOM Kojo Hotel
Hotels
Bonifacio St, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
With a stay at Kojo Hotel in Tagum, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Tagum City Hall and New Christ the King Cathedral. This hotel is 30.3 mi (48.8 km) from SM Lanang Premier and 30.5 mi (49.1 km) from SMX Convention Center Davao.
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Shekinah Hotel
Hotels
Tipaz Street, Angelica Homes I and II, Tagum, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
EXTERIOR_BUILDING OYO 470 Jrja Hotel
Hotels
Dona Regina Dalisay Avenue, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100
EXTERIOR_BUILDING OYO 552 Vines Ape Nap Hostel
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Purok Waling Waling Visayan Village, Tagum, Visayan Village, Tagum City, Davao, Philippines, 8100

Guest reviews in Tagum City

8.0
Convenient

137 reviews from hotels in Tagum City with aggregated rating of 8.0/10.

Review from various users that have stayed in Tagum City will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!

Anne V. C.
Rufina's Leisure Center
8.4
/ 10
8.4
12 Nov 2019
The room is big and clean. Wifi is very strong. The food was not that great but at least it was okay. I’d come back here again.
AF
Aldren F. N. A.
Big 8 Corporate Hotel
8.5
/ 10
8.5
17 Nov 2020
Very accommodating. Breakfast was good.
RF
Rick F.
Eagle's View Hotel
9.1
/ 10
9.1
8 Mei 2018
Our stay was very good, they were very accommodating
GG
Glen G. Q. M.
Lakan's Penzionne Haus
6.0
/ 10
6.0
23 Dis 2018
The facilities is really not good especially the comfort room. Cr is not clean and there's no trash bin inside the room. The pillows and blanket are not well clean.
DF
Daniel F.
Lucky 9 Budget Hotel
6.0
/ 10
6.0
5 Sep 2019
internet was down during my whole stay. toilet had no seat in cheap style. damaged mirror on room. I stayed more than a night and they tracked my early check in on the first day and made sure to charge me for every extra hour instead of letting it slide. on the whole, ready to collect their money but not able to provide all the services listed.
AA
Alaskary A.
OYO 448 PVC Hotel
6.0
/ 10
6.0
9 Jan 2020
check in reciptionist did not accept my booking and tried to impose different price. it took me an hour to convince him to check his system for booking. then asked to keep my passport along with 500 pisos. room was very humble with very small toilet. morning staff apologized after telling my story and returned extra 100 pesos I paid additional to booking price as they said child fee

Most commonly asked questions in Tagum City

What are the best areas to visit in Tagum City?

The best areas to visit in Tagum City are Visayan Village, Magugpo East

What are the most popular landmarks in Tagum City?

How many hotels are listed in Tagum City?

Currently, there are around 36 hotels that you can book in Tagum City

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About

Tagum City Highway

If you're a lover of all things festive, it has probably occurred to you to visit one of Mindanao's underrated gems, Tagum City. The Music Capital of Mindanao boasts more than the heavenly taste of durian and the 16 different festivals celebrated every year, as it is also the perfect venue for "soul-searching" and feeding your cultural appetite.

Tagum City is arguably one of the most "titled" cities in the country, with it being dubbed as the Palm City of the Philippines, City of Parks (they take pride in various beautiful parks and plazas like the Freedom Park, the Mangrove Park, the Rotary Park and Recreation Center, and many more), and Home of Festivals in Mindanao. No matter what time of the year do you happen to visit the city, there's always a festival to attend to as they celebrate 16 different ones all year round.

 

How to Go

By plane

Major airlines fly to Davao City from Manila every day. From then, Tagum City can be reached via taxi or bus in an hour.

By boat/ferry

Ferries regularly travel from Manila to Davao via the Port of Sasa

By land transportation

Major bus companies offer the combination of land and sea travel called the roll-on-roll-off (RORO). Philtranco buses in Pasay City and Cubao can take you directly to Tagum City.

 

Getting Around

Live like a local and explore the city with a habal-habal (a motorcycle modified to seat more than two people). If you don't want to be inconvenienced, you could use a rented car to tour around the city.

 

Tourist Attractions

Tagum Festival

Tagum City wouldn't be dubbed as the Music Capital of Mindanao for nothing. Music lovers rejoice as the city's yearly Musikahan sa Tagum Festival gathers the best musical artists and enthusiasts from all over the country to celebrate the art of music.

The City is also known for being one of the first ones to openly support the LGBT community through their Binuhat Festival. The celebration gives our brothers and sisters from the LGBT community to show off their skills and talents.

 

Top Things to Do

King Cathedral Tagum

Your Tagum trip isn't over until you've visited the "largest rosary in the world" that can be found in Christ the King Cathedral. The Cathedral itself is an attraction on its own as well, as it is considered as the biggest basilica in Mindanao. Feel free to attend the mass, you wouldn't experience any language barrier as they celebrate the Holy Mass in three different languages: Bisaya, Tagalog and English.

They also have a few festivals that food lovers would truly enjoy, like the Durian Festival in May and the Halal Food Festival, where they showcase Muslim delicacies prepared through the right Halal rituals and rules.

However, if you're feeling a bit adventurous, visit the municipality of New Corella and enjoy their abundant springs, pools, caves, water terraces nature trails, and even rice fields and banana plantations. From Tagum Integrated Bus terminal, take a jeep or bus going to New Corella and alight in the public market area/Poblacion. Fare is approximately P30 and travel time is about 30 minutes.

 

Where to Eat

If you failed to visit any of the city's food festivals, don't worry, there are tons of restaurants to satisfy your cravings. Pick and Grill located in Macario P. Bermudez St., is famous for serving delicious and affordable Filipino meat to fill your hungry tummy. They are only open for dinner, though so make sure you visit only after 5pm.

Tagum City may not be the home of authentic La Paz Batchoys, but Taweng's batchoy, located in Abad Santos cor. Mabini St., is definitely worth a try. A big bowl of their delicious batchoy only costs P70, and they also offer fresh milk from their own fairy farm. What more could you ask for, right?

Pasta al Telefono

If you have a sweet tooth (like me), Yuyu Café and Dessert Shop is the place to go. Fortunately for us, they do not only offer desserts, their menu ranges from smoothies, pizza, pasta and all day breakfast food. The café is located along the National Highway, beside Jollibee.

 

Nightlife

Tagum City not only offers vibrant festivals, they also provide a great night life courtesy of Club Ecstasy (situated in Tagum Mall) and Tita Mai's Batchoy in Mabini Street.

 

Where to Stay

If you want to book a hotel that is an attraction by itself, try the Banana Beach Hotel/Hijo Resorts. You'll surely enjoy your stay here as it established itself as the first and only eco-agri tourism destination in the country.

 

Travel Tips

• If you're traveling around the city in a taxi that doesn't have a meter, make sure that you've negotiated and agreed on a fare before starting your journey for less hassle.

• It's more advisable to just rent for the whole day. It would be much more convenient and much cheaper.

• Don't be shy to ask the locals about the best hangout places, best places to buy pasalubong, etc. You'll never know if you're mining a hidden gem.
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