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.
The Lamlifew School of Living Tradition has been attracting visitors from all over the world. Showcasing the Blaan tradition as well as its amazing craftsmanship, tourists will be treated to an array of activities on this hamlet ranging fro watching the ladies of Lamlifew weave the Tabih to feasting on their local treats.
Mango plantations also abound the town. There are also inland resorts that provide various activities and serve local dishes. Furthermore, the farm of People's Champ and international boxing icon Manny Pacquiao's mango farm is also situated in Malungon.
For investors who want to take opportunity of an emerging market as well as tourists who love the outdoors, Malungon is the perfect place.
An upstart eco-cultural tourism that is seated approximately 750 feet above sea level which provides a 360 degree perspective where tourists can observe Mount Apo, Mt. Matutum, Sarangani Bay, and Davao Gulf spanning five provinces. The cool climate also and the spectacular landscape will surely mesmerize tourists and guests. Best to visit early morning or late afternoon.
Galleria Emmanuel exhibits photos of significant events in the career of internationally-acclaimed boxing icon and Sarangani Congressman Manny Pacquiao. Native inspired sculptures by artist Kublai Millan are also main attractions in the farm. A souvenir shop along with a lounge is also available where one can buy PacMan memorabilia's and sample local food.
Lamlifew Village Museum
The hamlet offers Blaan culture and tradition plus ethnic accessories-necklaces, earrings, bracelets, dress, tabih (cloth), and baskets. Women of the Blaan tribe weave tabih and other craftsmanship as their cultural heritage. Best to visit early morning until lunch.
S'lang Festival showcases the town's abundance of upland products and the rich cultural heritage of the Blaans and Tagakalos. It's celebration coincides with the founding anniversary of Malungon every 15thof July. S'lang is a B'laan word which means "barter."