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Kublai Art Museum & Agong House in Kapatagan, Digos City, Davao del Sur

This is a part of our first day DIY tour in Davao City last May 2016.
Check main blog post for my Davao del Sur & Samal Island adventure.

TIPS:
• Entrance Fee: FREE
From Camp Sabros – 15mins habal habal travel time (more or less)

The gigantic statues are very impressive and climbing the top of Agong House is all you need to appreciate the wonders of nature.

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Kapatagan Valley has recently become a popular outdoor adventure destinations in Digos City, Davao del Sur in view of the many unique wonders and delightful sights to see  – it is a perfect getaway if you want peace & quiet from the everyday noise of urban life. The entire valley is blessed with lush vegetation and a rich variety of flora and fauna amid towering forest trees and stately pine trees in a well manicured grass. At times, it is fully covered with mountain mist and thick fog particularly in the early morning of the day and in the evening.

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Agong House View Deck
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Top View of Kublai Art from Agong House

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3 thoughts on “Kublai Art Museum & Agong House in Kapatagan, Digos City, Davao del Sur

    1. Yes I agree. With these kind of destination you should plot at least 5days to really appreciate and enjoy the adventure. By the way, I’m planning to visit Cebu this January. Any tips for me? Thanks ~ ☺

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      1. True! my 3 days and 2 nights in Davao is so bitin. Anyway, to answer your question. January is a busy month for Cebu for two main reasons. First, Cebu will host the grand festival , Sinulog on the 2nd Sunday of the year so expect a busy Cebu even weeks prior it. Second, Cebu will play one of host city for Miss Universe on the last week of January. So basically the whole month of January is busy month yet you can still enjoy na man.

        Personally, I love going to off-beaten path during these time or visit near-by town or province like Dumaguete on the South and Leyte on the North if I were to ask. 🙂

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