Nature. Adventure. Culture. History and Heritage. Maitum is Sarangani's cradle of civilization. Its rich history as well as astounding archeological finds, blended with some of the Philippines' best beaches, waterfalls, distinct biodiversity, mountain ranges, crystal clear rivers make Maitum truly a gem of the Celebes.
Maitum is home to the unique 2,000-year old anthropomorphic jars, an archaeological finding unparalled throughout Southeast Asia. These find were used as burial jars believed to be utilized during the Metal Age in the Philippines around 5 B.C. to A.D. 225. The original jars are now housed at the National Musuem although there are replicas which can be viewed at the town hall.
This idyllic town of structured short and narrow roads littered with houses built before the Second World War, has some of the best beaches in the Philippines and a number of marine sanctuaries.
Kiamba also features vast plains ideal for agri-industrial investment as well as mountain ranges, waterfalls, caves and thick rainforests which outdoor enthusiasts will surely delight in, while the town's long stretch of coastline is ideal for those interested to invest in the fishing industry.
The seat of government of the Province of Sarangani, Alabel features many investment opportunities as well as featuring some of the best beaches in the Philippines. Having an area of more than 52,000 hectares, Alabel is also home to Alson's Aquaculture Corporation, producer of the world-renowned Sarangani Bay Prime Bangus (milkfish). The long stretch of coastline makes it ideal for aquaculture venture while its vast plains and rolling hills are suited for housing, eco-tourism and agri-industrial opportunities.
West of Gen. Santos City is the town Maasim, another fast-rising investment hub of Sarangani Province. Not only ideal for tourism activities as it offers some of Philippines' best dive spot and outdoor trekking though its canyons, Maasim is also open for investors looking for vast tracts of land and natural harbor access.
Malungon is Sarangani's gateway to the Davao region. Bordering Gen. Santos City and the province of Davao del Sur, the town offers a lot of potential for business ventures. Investors have already poured in capital for banana, mango, sugarcane and palm oil plantations.
The vast mountain ranges and rolling hills is ideal for eco-tourism activities. Comprised mostly of Christians and Indigenous people and even though it is the only town in Sarangani that does not have a coastline, Malungon will enchant visitors who wish to experience the Indigenous People's way of life.
ALABEL, Sarangani (November 4, 2020) – Senator Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao leads the meeting with Sarangani rice farmers on October 30 at the Capitol gymnasium. The dialogue focused on addressing various...
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MAASIM, Sarangani (September 28, 2020) – Jennifer Kamid (extreme right, standing), Sulong Kapayapaan’s Kalinaw project manager, leads the presentation of the Independent Decommissioning Body (IDB) during its evaluation at Madrasah...