Tiny Kitchen is one of Davao’s pride serving delicious Spanish cuisines and desserts established by couple Vincent and Donna Rodriguez. It actually started as a pastry shop in the late 90s. Today, it offers Davaoeños favorite Spanish dishes and of course, more pastries.
Located at the steep mountain slope of Shrine Hills, Jack’s Ridge is a famous eating destination offering a panoramic view of Davao City. Various restaurants can be found at Jack’s Ridge including Taklobo.
Filipinos just love to eat that’s why buffets have become very popular in and out of the metro. In Davao, there is Let’s Crab Eat, a buffet serving unlimited crabs.
The Philippine Eagle Center is a home to the country’s national bird which is now critically endangered. A few minutes from the center is Malagos Garden Resort that houses a wide variety of flora in a stunningly landscaped garden.
Part of our Davao city tour is visiting Museo Dabawenyo and D’ Bone Collector Museum. The two museums will give you a learning experience even with only 30 minutes of your time.
Davao is one of the beautiful cities in the Philippines having the modern touch of urban life and nurtured natural wonders. It has a well-preserved repository of rich culture and history with the bonus of well-disciplined people. For any travelers, the place is a spot for a wide array of things to do.