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    by donna_sage Written Jul 22, 2010

    This is the biggest mall in Tagum so far, it has a lot to offer for shopper. the grocery is really wide and more spaciuos compared to other malls in Tagum, aside from the fact that this is the newest mall here.

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Tagum Restaurants

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    by donna_sage Written Jun 22, 2010

    This retaurant is just infront of the cityhall of Tagum City. Food is really good especially the LECHON... yum! yum!
    The ambience is really great not because it is really cozy, but you can really feel that you are just in your own home. :-)

    Favorite Dish: LECHON, - so crunchy and meat is very juicy.

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Tagum Transportation

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    by ainemesor Updated Feb 21, 2009

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    I just arrived last night from Tagum City. We have relatives there so we paid them a visit. For the past 20 years or more in my lifetime, they haven't complained anything about security. Tagum is pretty much safer compared to Davao City itself.

    To anyone who needs spartan accommodation/vehicle for rent who's on a very tight budget (maximum of 4 pax for car):

    We rented a beat up kia pride (but in good running condition, at least it will get you places) from one of my family friends [with a driver] (for 500 pesos a day. We needed only Php700 for a full tank. They also offered their home as transient (additional 500) for the whole house (newly-built) but we stayed over at my relatives. The driver, BOB, could take your pictures. They have a van for hire too.

    Here's their contact # 0910-900-2040 look for BOB or you could ask my relative Ate bebeng to haggle for you #0910-394-8889 and tell her "Keng" uploaded her contact details online. =) The latter is easier and cheaper, believe me.

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  • by freebeemango Updated Apr 4, 2007

    Transport is wel organized when going arround in Tagum city. For 7 pesos a person you just go where you want to go.
    Pick-up is mostly in front of the place you are leaving from and they bring you in front of the place you want to go.

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    by BLSM Updated Sep 4, 2002

    Transportation in and around Tagum is by bus, jeepney or tricyle. Tricyle is just like a taxi. You tell it where you want to go and they take you. Buses and jeepneies have set route but a jeepney will go out of the way if you pay extra and they are not too full.

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Tagum Shopping

  • by freebeemango Written Apr 4, 2007

    An all in one department store. Actually its a supermarket, department store, house hold appliences and several other smaller shops and.... don't forget the "fast food"
    Its nice to go there do some shopping and having somthing to eat. There is also an ATM when you are short on cash

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Tagum Favorites

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    by BLSM Updated Jan 28, 2003

    Favorite thing: Tagum is the provincial capital. To get any thing done that requires goverment approval usually must be done in Tagum. Such as get a driver license, pay taxes etc. Many goverment offices have a representatives in most towns but you must get the head honchos signature to get stuff done and that means a trip to Tagum.

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