Gingoog City is A manobo word for good luck. A first class component city of Misamis Oriental, Gingoog City is located in the northern coast of Mindanao Island. It is situated 122 kilometer east of Cagayan De oro City and 74 kilometers west of Butuan City. To the south are the mountains of Bukidnon province and to the north is Gingoog Bay. Adjoining municipalities are Magsaysay on the east and Medina and Claveria on the west. This coastal city sits on a flat land surrounded by hills and mountains. There are 36 waterfalls in the city thus earning the title city of waterfalls.
Gingoog CityBusinessOpportunities Gingoog has the potential to become an agro-industrial and tourism center. Business people are encouraged to engage in the following enterprises: Mass housing projects medium-size commercial complexes hotels, resorts and amusement parks demonstration farms food establishments commercial poultry and hog raising production of dairy products food processing such as meat packing, curing, and canning fish canning and deboning consumer chemicals such as detergents and personal care products essential oil and fragrances furniture and fixture electronics and electrical appliances technology-related ventures like business process outsourcing, graphic design, and software development financial services
Places of Interest / Tourist Attractions in Gingoog City Bukid-bukid Waterfalls Kilubag Waterfalls Tiklas Waterfalls Mount Lumot in Barangay Lunotan Mount Balatukan Bantawan Lake Lagondong, Tinulongan, and Tangkub caves Badiangon Spring and Beach Punong White Beach
Gingoog Is one of three cities (along with twenty-three (23) municipalities) comprising the province of Misamis Oriental in Northern Mindanao. The city is politically subdivided into (79) barangays, and is a part of the 1st Congressional District of Misamis Oriental.
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06 November 2003 Marine turtle eggs in Gingoog Bay start hatching MAGSAYSAY, Misamis Oriental .
MAGSAYSAY, Misamis Oriental - Some 100 marine turtle eggs which Melchor Virtudazo, a fisherman, recovered sometime in September from children and buried near his house started to hatch at dawn today. Barangay Councilor Rolando Pagara of Kandiis was on hand to take in “protective custody” the hatchlings.