Enjoy Koronadal City In Just A Day

Wondering how you can possibly enjoy a single day trip in Koronadal City? Then, let this post help you out!

The City of Koronadal is the capital of the Province of South Cotabato and is the regional seat for Region 12 or SOCCSKSARGEN. It has a lot of attractions and fun activities for you and your family to enjoy and explore. Here’s how to enjoy Koronadal in a day!

1. Check in at FB Hotel
Located at Alunan Avenue and few meters away from the South Cotabato Provincial Capitol, FB Hotel and Convention Center is equipped with best amenities and accommodating staff. Leave your baggage there and be ready to explore Koronadal City.

For budget conscious travelers, Grand Westerly Inn located at Jose Abad Santos Street is another option.

2. Drop by at Rizal Park

3. Visit the South Cotabato Community Museum
Learn about the history of South Cotabato and its people. Located at the 3rd Floor of the South Cotabato Gymnasium and Cultural Center, the museum houses at least 1,000 historical artifacts from different parts of the province.

4. Lunch at Lantaw Marbel
See the whole of Koronadal City from this restaurant located on top of a hill. They serve delicious local cuisines.

5. Visit the New City Hall

6. Must-Try: Buko Halo-Halo in Bo.8
Ask any local for the best buko halo-halo in the city and they will direct you to Barrio 8 (Brgy. Saravia). Most popular are Apareja Buko Halo-Halo and Mang Johnny Halo-Halo sa Buko.

7. Shop for souvenirs and local products at the South Cotabato Pasalubong Center located at Yellow Bus Terminal

8. Paraiso Verde Resort and Water Park
Bring with you swimming wears. This world-class resort boast of its wave pool, the first and only in the region.

9. Dine at B-Walk
For delicious but inexpensive dinner, B-walk is the place to be. It is actually a portion of Sergio Osmeña Street that turns into a wide dining area with food stalls at night. Here, try the famous barbecue "Koronadal-style".

10. Finally, drop by at U3 Cafe
Located at Alunan Avenue, U3 Cafe is an ideal place for a nightcap. Must-try is their Coffee Alamid.

Best time to be in Koronadal is during the months of January or July. The city celebrates Hinugyaw Festival and its founding anniversary every 10th of January,  and on the month of July- the Tnalak Festival, a celebration of the foundation anniversary of the Province of South Cotabato.

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