Monday, August 20, 2012

Mati Park and Baywalk

Mati Park and Baywalk

This is the Mati Park and Baywalk where the people of Mati converge to seek fun and relaxation with families and friends, or simply enjoy the cool breeze of the morning sun overlooking the bay, or the stunning postcard-like view of the sun as it sets behind the mountains. It is also where important events in the city are held such as the Sambuokan Festival - the most colorful and much awaited celebration of the people of Mati in a week-long of thanksgiving for the year's blessings of bountiful harvests and in observance of the founding anniversary of the City every 29th of October.

Benches where Matinians relax and talk more about life and the future

How to get to the City of Mati 

The City of Mati can be reached by taking any of the daily scheduled airline flights from Manila to Davao City, or via a regularly scheduled inter-island vessels that ply the Manila-Davao City routes. From Davao City, the easiest way to get to Mati is through the Madaum diversion road which is shorter than the Davao-Tagum highway via private transportation or overland bus ride bound for Mati City, approximately 165 kilometers, or a good 4 hours drive from the Davao Ecoland Bus Transport Terminal in Davao City.

1 comment:

  1. I have been here before. I know it's not much to look at but try closing your eyes. No, I'm not kidding. Just try closing your eyes for a moment and savor the sea breeze, feel the warmth of the sun, and the sound of the water coming in and receding. You'll appreciate it.


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