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M.I.C.E. Destinations In Philippines

  1. 1. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC CLARK MANILA BORACAY CEBU DAVAO
  2. 2. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  3. 3. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC The Subic Bay Freeport (formerly Subic Naval Base) is located 110 kilometers north of Manila and is adjacent to Olongapo City. It faces the South China Sea and lies northwest of the Bataan Peninsula and southwest of Zambales Province. From the sea, the Subic Bay Freeport looks more like a huge commercial and industrial complex with hotels and resorts, rather than a naval base that is nestled at the foot of the Bataan­Zambales mountain range. Visible, too, are the de luxe villas that were the residences constructed during the 1996 APEC Summit for the heads of state. Up close, the Subic Bay Freeport has little resemblance to the way it looked before the American troops left in 1992. Inside the complex are golf courses, a yacht club, a casino, hotels and on the southern fringes beyond the airport are the Hidden Beach, Miracle Beach, Nabasan Beach, while behind the airport are the Officers Beach and All Hands Beach favored by US servicemen. Just four kilometers north of the base in Barrio Barreto is the Baloy Beach, one of the better beaches in Luzon. GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  4. 4. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC The Subic Bay International Airport has regular direct international chartered flights. Far Eastern Air Transport provides international scheduled flights to Taipei and Kaohsiung, Taiwan on Sundays and Wednesdays. The Subic Bay International Airport features a 2,700-meter runway and a 10,000 square meter-passenger terminal capable of handling 700 passengers at any given time. Operations are supported by latest technology to ensure passenger security and comfort. A GPS System further enhances its navigational aid capabilities. INTERNATIONAL CHARTER FLIGHTS AIR PHILIPPINES - Route from/to Subic: China (Guangzhou) CEBU PACIFIC - Route from/to Subic: Korea (Incheon) DEER JET (DER) - Route from/to Subic. China (Guangzhou) FAR EASTERN AIR TRANSPORT - Route from/to Subic: Taiwan (Taipei) MANDARIN AIRLINES (AE) - Route from/to Subic: Taiwan (Taipei) DOMESTIC CHARTER FLIGHTS CORPORATE AIR - Route from/to Subic: Any domestic destination (availability of flight/s subject to booking) L & L JET AVIATION CORPORATION - Route from/to Subic: Any domestic destination (availability of flight/s subject to booking) SUBIC INTERNATIONAL AIR CHARTER INC. - Route from/to Subic: Any domestic destination (availability of flightls subject to booking) SUBIC SEA PLANE INC . - Route from/to Subic: Manila; Puerto Galera; Boracay; Pandan; Coron; Mt. Pinatubo VISION AIR - Route fromlto Subic: Any domestic destination (availability of flight/s subject to booking) By Air By Sea By Land By Private Vehicle GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  5. 5. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC A relaxing ferry trip via Mt. Samat Express leaves Manila from the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Complex in Roxas Boulevard and takes you to the port of Orion in the province of Bataan. From the port, a bus takes you to Subic Bay. Do note, however, that bus services from the port to Subic Bay should be arranged with the designated officer at the front desk of the ferry terminal. The Subic Bay Seaport serves as a major alternative port for importers and exporters in the Northern and Central Luzon areas of the country to decongest the Manila International Container Terminal. It has a total of 15 operational piers and wharves capable of servicing all kinds of sea vessels. Subic's seaport and container handling facilities were recently enhanced with the operation of the Subic Bay International Container Terminal Services at the Sattler pier. The Freeport also has two operational port terminals: the fertilizer bulk terminal at the Boton Wharf, and the grain bulk terminal at the Leyte Wharf. Aside from its strategic location, this deepwater seaport is capable of handling the largest ships ever built, manifested when it once supported the mighty US 7th Fleet. Subic Bay's seaport is endowed with a deep-water harbor capable of accommodating the largest cargo and passenger vessels. A grain and fertilizer terminal adjacent to the airport are now operational while a new container port will be built under a development plan, which will increase cargo handling facility capacity. MV CHEEWEE Waterfront Rd., Subic Bay Freeport Zone Olongapo City, Zambales BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES By Air By Sea By Land By Private Vehicle
  6. 6. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC Subic Bay Freeport Zone is 110 kms. north of Manila, the Philippine capital, where Saulog Transit and Victory Liner airconditioned buses provide passengers with regular transport services to and from the Olongapo City terminal. A short jeepney ride takes you from the Victory Liner terminal to the Freeport, while Saulog Transit terminal is just a stone's throw away from the vicinity. BUS COMPANIES VICTORY LINER Anonas St., West Bajac-Bajac, Olongapo City Tel. No. (63-47) 222-2241 Route from/to Subic: Pasay; Caloocan; Manila SAULOG TRANSIT 1 Gordon Ave., Pag-asa St., East Tapinac Olongapo City Tel. No. (63-47) 252-2232/2471 Route from/to Subic: Cavite RENT-A-CAR / TAXI SERVICES PHILKON TRANSPORT Unit 12, Cluster 1 (Gamma Commercial Complex), Lot 47 cor. Rizal Avenue, Subic Bay, Freeport Zone Tel. No. (63-47) 252-9988 Fax No. (63-47) 252-3279 WINSTAR TRANSPORT SERVICE Bldg. 593, Man Gate Terminal (Dispatching area), Bldg. 1121 Argonaut Highway (Main Office), Subic Bay Freeport Zone Tel. No. (63-47) 252-7409 (63-47) 222-5827 (Van rental) Fax No. (63-47) 252-3279 GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK By Air By Sea By Land By Private Vehicle
  7. 7. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC Take the North Luzon Expressway all the way to San Fernando Exit, and pass through the towns of Pampanga (Bacolor, Guagua, Lubao) and Bataan (Dinalupihan) to the Subic Bay Freeport Expressway, via Tipo Road in Bataan. Entering The Freeport A visitor's pass will be issued by the sentry upon entering the Freeport. GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK By Air By Sea By Land By Private Vehicle
  8. 8. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC BALON, BOTON AND TIPO HIDDEN FALLS BICENTENNIAL PARK CUBI POINT BAT KINGDOM FOREST ADVENTURE PARK Zoobic Safari Subic Ancient World Museum Jungle Environmental Survival Training (JEST) Camp and Pamulaklakin Forest/River Trails Zoobic Park Petting Zoo GRANDE ISLAND GUBAT LEARNING CENTER HILL 394 SUBIC BAY SUBIC BAY LIGHTHOUSE SUBIC BAY OCEAN ADVENTURE / WATER THEME PARK SUBIC BEACHES WATERFRONT BOARDWALK PARK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  9. 9. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC Restaurants are mostly walking distance within the Central Business District (CBD), both for fine dining and fast food. American / Western Cuisine Asian / Oriental Cuisine Chinese Cuisine Filipino Cuisine International Cuisine Japanese Cuisine Korean Cuisine Italian Cuisine Spanish Cuisine Seafood Restaurants GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  10. 10. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC Nightlife in Subic is dominated by live entertainment provided by bands in clubs, bars and restaurants. The quality and level of performance is comparable to the world's best owing perhaps to its glorious past as a mecca for music lovers during the days of the American bases. This love of music is also evident in the number of karaoke bars, videoke bars and discos in the heart of Olongapo City. GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  11. 11. M. I. C. E. Destinations SUBIC BY THE SEA RESORT Total No. of Function Rooms: 3 Capacity: Minimum – 50 Maximum – 300 GARCON UPPER MAU INN LODGING AND CAFETERIA Total No. of Function Rooms: 4 Capacity: Minimum – 20 Maximum – 300 EL CENTRO MULTI-PURPOSE TENT Total No. of Function Rooms: 2 Capacity: Minimum – 150 Maximum – 1,000 FOREST HILLS VILLAGE RESORT CONFERENCE FACILITY Total No. of Function Rooms: 3 Capacity: Minimum – 80 Maximum – 100 GRAND SEASONS HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 25 Maximum – 70 GRANDE ISLAND RESORT Total No. of Function Rooms: 5 Capacity: Minimum – 25 Maximum – 120 LEGENDA HOTEL / LEGENDA SUITES Total No. of Function Rooms: 9 Capacity: Minimum – 10 Maximum – 600 MOUNTAIN WOODS INN Total No. of Function Rooms: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 150 Maximum – 500 OLONGAPO CITY CONVENTION CENTER Total No. of Function Rooms: 5 Capacity: Minimum – 50 Maximum - 3,500 SBMA HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 60 Maximum – 70 SUBIC BAY ARTS CENTER Total No. of Function Rooms: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 50 Maximum – 560 SUBIC INTERNATIONAL HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 5 Capacity: Minimum – 20 Maximum - 650 GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  12. 12. M. I. C. E. Destinations CLARK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  13. 13. M. I. C. E. Destinations BACK CLARK About 80 kilometers north of Manila is a former American air base that has seen some transformation since it was reverted to the Philippine government, a few months after the Mt. Pinatubo Volcano eruption in June 1991. Very much like the phoenix, it rose from the ashes. The biggest American military installation outside the United States, the former Clark Air Base (now Clark Special Economic Zone) in Clark Field, Pampanga occupies an area of 33,653 hectares of flat, rolling rugged and even mountainous terrain. It used to be the home of the US 13th Air Force and 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing whose peacekeeping mission covers the entire Pacific region. With the expiration of the Republic of the Philippines–US Bases Agreement in November 1991, the former Clark Air Base was reverted to the Philippine Government. It is now being converted into an economic zone that is attracting major manufacturing and exporting companies from around the world. The most valuable piece of infrastructure that the Philippines inherited from the US Air Force is the 2,500 hectare aviation complex now known as the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport which has two 3.2 - kilometer parallel runways. With the new international airport, Clark is envisioned to become an Aerotropolis­an airport-driven development aimed to trigger economic growth in Central and Northern Luzon through its full utilization as a premiere gateway. At present, Clark is also a center of exciting eco-tourism activity: as a jump urnp off point for trekking to the astounding crater lake of Mt. Pinatubo and to Mount Arayat, a dormant volcano that can be easily scaled. It is also a center for thrilling adventure sports like hot air balloon flying, parachuting, micro light flying and off-road motorcycling. GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  14. 14. M. I. C. E. Destinations By Air By Land CLARK A natural entry point to the Asia Pacific Region, Clark is only 3 Y2 hours flying time from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Korea and other key points in Asia. INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES AIR ASIA AIRLINES Route from/to Clark: Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) ASIANA AIRLINES Route from/to Clark: Manila (with connecting flights to the US, Japan, China and other destinations) CR AIRWAYS (CLARK) Route from/to Clark: Hongkong SOUTH EAST ASIAN AIRLINES (SEAIR) Route from/to Clark: Macau TIGER AIRWAYS Route from/to Clark: Singapore; Macau DOMESTIC AIRLINES For the latest flight schedules, please contact: ASIAN SPIRIT Route from/to Clark: Manila; Caticlan, Boracay CEBU PACIFIC Route from/to Clark: Cebu OMNI AVIATION CORPORATION Route from/to Clark: Mt. Pinatubo Sky Tours SOUTH EAST ASIAN AIRLINES (SEAIR) Route from/to Clark: Manila; Cebu (via Macau) BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  15. 15. M. I. C. E. Destinations CLARK Clark lies only 80 kilometers north of the City of Manila and 60 kilometers east of Subic Bay, a former US naval facility that has been redeveloped into a major Freeport. BUS COMPANIES PARTAS TRANSIT Route from/to Clark: Sison, Pangasinan PHILTRANCO BUS SERVICES Route from/to Clark: Manila RENT-A-CAR/TAXI SERVICES AVIS RENT-A-CAR Routo from/to Clark: ManilalAirport; Subic/Olongapo; Pangasinan/Dagupan; Baguio; La Union; Tarlac (up to San Miguel only); Bulacan; Mabalacat Proper; San Fernando (SM), Dau Proper- Angeles Proper; Magalang (city limits). EXPAT CAR HIRE Website [email_address] RED PHOENIX HOTEL TRANSPORT TOPSAN RENT-A-CAR Route from/to Clark: Manila/NAIA; Subic; Baguio City; Laguna TRIANGLE PHILIPPINES DMIA VIP RENT-A-CAR By Air By Land BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  16. 16. M. I. C. E. Destinations CLARK AIR FORCE CITY AIRCRAFT PARK CLARK AIR-RAID BUNKER (SEKI) TUNNEL CLARK BARN HOUSES CLARK CEMETERY CLARK EXPO CLARK HISTORICAL MARKER TRAIL COMMANDER'S HOUSE DIOSDADO MACAPAGAL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (DMIA) GODDESS OF PEACE SHRINE AMIKAZE WEST AIRFIELD KELLY THEATER LILY HILL BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  17. 17. M. I. C. E. Destinations CLARK The province of Pampanga boasts of its delicious cuisine and the culinary expertise of its people. Thus, it is always a gastronomic experience to dine in Clark, or even outside this former American base, where the food is fantastic and specialty restaurants proliferate. There are local restaurants that allow patrons to choose their food from a display counter before it is cooked. American Cuisine Chinese Cuisine Filipino Cuisine International Cuisine Italian Cuisine Korean Cuisine Mediterranean Cuisine Thai Cuisine BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  18. 18. M. I. C. E. Destinations CLARK Clark is a haven for competitive people who look for excitement until the wee hours of the morning. For families, taking a stroll inside the leisure estate or catching the latest movie at the malls represent quality time that strengthens relationships. CASINO FILIPINO—ANGELES CASINO FILIPINO–MIMOSA FONTANA CASINO LIMITED EDITION SPORTSBAR MARGARITA STATION BAR & RESTAURANT MO'S PLACE BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  19. 19. M. I. C. E. Destinations CLARK CLARK EXPO Total No. of Function Rooms: 5 Capacity: Minimum – 500 Maximum – 30,000 CLEARWATER RESORT & COUNTRY CLUB -CONVENTION HALL Total No. of Function Rooms: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 1,000 Maximum – 4,000 FONTANA RESORT & COUNTRY CLUB CONVENTION CENTER Total No. of Function Rooms: 9 Capacity: Minimum – 20 Maximum – 1,000 GRAND PALAZZO ROYALE Total No. of Function Rooms: 6 Capacity: Minimum – 100 Maximum – 550 HOLIDAY INN RESORT CLARK FIELD Total No. of Function Rooms: 7 Capacity: Minimum – 75 Maximum – 1,000 MARLIM MANSIONS HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 300 Maximum – 550 SHANGHAI PALACE RESTAURANT Total No. of Function Rooms: 10 Capacity: Minimum – 12 Maximum – 900 UNI-CHEFS CATERING AT TERESA HALL Total No. of Function Rooms: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 200 Maximum – 400 BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  20. 20. M. I. C. E. Destinations MANILA GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  21. 21. M. I. C. E. Destinations BACK MANILA Metro Manila – friendly, hospitable, warmly welcoming - is the principal gateway of the Philippines to its major destinations throughout its archipelago of 7,107 islands. Metro Manila is an exciting, colorful and complex metropolis made up of 14 cities and 3 municipalities, namely, Manila, the capital of the Philippines at Kilometer Zero; Quezon City, Mandaluyong, San Juan, Pasig, Marikina in the East; Makati, Pasay, Paranaque, Las Pinas, Muntinlupa, Taguig, and Pateros in the South; and Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, and Valenzuela in the North. All these cities-each with its own distinct character, history, and interesting features– occupy a total area of 633.3 square kilometers, bounded by the Manila Bay and the provinces of Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite and Laguna. Metro Manila is the central nerve of all activities in the country, the seat of government, the center of trade and economic activities and the core of education, culture and arts and entertainment. GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  22. 22. M. I. C. E. Destinations MANILA Manila is easily accessible by air. Philippine Airlines (PAL) is the biggest airline company in the country. There are currently 19 cities and towns being serviced by PAL in its domestic operations and 24 points in its international operations. Other international commercial airlines servicing the country are: Air Asia Airlines, Air India, Air Macau, Air Niugini, Asians Airlines, Asian Spirit, Cathay Pacific, Cebu Pacific, China Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Continental Airlines, CR Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, EVA Air, Far Eastern Air Transport, Gulf Air, Japan Airlines, Jetstar Asia Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Air, Kuwait Airways, Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines, Mandarin Airlines, Merpati Nussan Tara Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Brunei, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Shriwijaya, Silk Air, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways International and Tiger Airways. BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  23. 23. M. I. C. E. Destinations MANILA BACLARAN REDEMPTORIST CHURCH Baclaran, Paranaque BAYWALK Roxas Boulevard, Manila BEST BARGAINS Greenhills, Chinatown and Divisoria CBD ENTERTAINMENT AND SHOPPING Central Business Districts (CBD) COLLEGE EDUCATION / ESL CENTERS CULTURAL CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES (CCP) COMPLEX Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City GAWAD KALINGA COMMUNITIES Gawad Kalinga, 349 Ortigas Avenue near EDSA INTRAMUROS — THE WALLED CITY Manila MALACANANG PALACE Manila PEOPLE POWER MONUMENT Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) PLAZA MIRANDA Quiapo, Manila QUIAPO CHURCH (MINOR BASILICA OF THE BLACK NAZARENE) Quiapo, Manila REMEDIOS CIRCLE Malate, Manila RIZAL PARK / RIZAL MONUMENT Roxas Boulevard, Manila THE UNIQUE ICONS OF LAS PINAS Las Pinas City WORLD'S BIGGEST SHOE Riverbanks, Marikina City BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  24. 24. M. I. C. E. Destinations MANILA Travelers can satisfy their appetite for culinary delights at the finest restaurants, bars, theaters and clubs of the metropolis. Fine dining and specialty restaurants lure the more discriminating palates away from popular fast food chains and food outlets of all shapes and sizes. Chinese Cuisine Continental Cuisine Cuban Cuisine European Cuisine Filipino Cuisine International Cuisine Italian Cuisine Japanese Cuisine Taiwanese Cuisine American Cuisine Asian Cuisine BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  25. 25. M. I. C. E. Destinations BACK MANILA Renowned Filipino artists, like Tony awardee Lea Salonga, have captivated the hearts of discriminating audiences all over the world. The good thing about it is the Philippines is overflowing with talent. The best of these artists are found in Metro Manila nightspots, hotel lounges and theaters. BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  26. 26. M. I. C. E. Destinations BACK MANILA The inventory of world class convention and exhibition facilities continue to grow as new mixed-use developments like Mall of Asia include it as anchor attractions. ARANETA COLISEUM Capacity: Minimum – 187 Maximum – 16,035 CULTURAL CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES Total No. of Function Rooms: 10 Capacity: Minimum – 100 Maximum – 1,821 TANGHALANG FRANCISCO BALAGTAS Total No. of Function Rooms: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 1,000 Maximum – 8,458 LE PAVILLON Capacity Minimum – 1,000 Maximum – 1,500 MEGATRADE HALL AND CONFERENCE CENTER Total No. of Function Rooms: 2 function rooms /3 halls Capacity Minimum – 48 pax / 60 booths Maximum – 1,500 pax / 260 booths PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER Total No. of Function Rooms: 28 Capacity: Minimum – 12 Maximum – 5,000 PHILIPPINE TRADE TRAINING CENTER Total No. of Function Rooms: 4 Capacity: Minimum – 30 Maximum – 3,000 SM X CONVENTION CENTER Total No. of Function Rooms: 13 function rooms 4 halls Capacity: Minimum – 24 pax 80 booths Maximum – 5,000 pax 630 booths BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  27. 27. M. I. C. E. Destinations BORACAY GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  28. 28. M. I. C. E. Destinations BACK BORACAY It's the best beach destination in the world. Earthly paradise. Tropical heaven. These describe the small but astonishingly beautiful island called Boracay. Located on the northwestern end of Panay Island, Boracay is a dumbbell-shaped island that is only seven kilometers long and one kilometer wide at its narrowest tip. The terrain of this 1,083 hectare- island is fairly flat with its highest point at a mere 100 meters, with beaches fringed with coconut trees, tropical palms and flowering plants, its hills covered with coconut grove, lush vegetation of shrubs, wild vines, and trees barely camouflaging caves inhabited by bats. Boracay's tours de force are its beaches – there are 30 of them – ranging from an almost four-kilometer stretch of white powdery sand that does not burn under the blazing sun, to a kilometer-long beach of gold sand speckled with tiny puka shells, and to largely untamed and less visited strips that ardent windsurfers favor because of sweeping winds. These beaches are dotted with more than 200 resorts, hotels, and many restaurants and bars offering culinary fare as diverse as the nationalities of the island visitors: American, French, Chinese, Australian, Belgian, German, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Japanese, Korean and Thai and, of course, the native cuisine. GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  29. 29. M. I. C. E. Destinations By Air By Sea BORACAY Boracay Island is easily accessible as there are two domestic airports in the towns of Caticlan and Kalibo, both located on the mainland of Panay. The usual routes are: Manila-Caticlan-Boracay (1 1/2 hours total travel time) Manila-Kalibo-Caticlan-Boracay (3 hours total travel time) Cebu-Caticlan-Boracay (1 1/2 hours total travel time) Two airline companies, Asian Spirit and Seair, offer numerous daily flights from Manila or Cebu to Caticlan. Flying time is about one hour and 10 minutes. Both airlines accept online bookings on their websites. Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific fly the Manila-Kalibo-Manila route. The flight is one hour long. From Kalibo Airport, a shuttle bus will take visitors through a 90-minute scenic journey through the Aklan province countryside to the Caticlan jetty port. At Caticlan Airport, tricycles (motorcycles with sidecars) can take visitors to the Caticlan jetty port, only 5 minutes away. From the Caticlan jetty port, Boracay is only a short 20-minute boat ride. By Land BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  30. 30. M. I. C. E. Destinations BORACAY For the latest schedules, visit the website or contact the telephone numbers of the ferries/ shipping lines listed below. MBRS SHIPPING LINES Sitio Ambulong, Brgy. Manoc-Manoc, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan Route from/to Caticlan: Manila NEGROS NAVIGATION SHIPPING CORP. Kalibo, Aklan Route from/to Iloilo: Manila By Air By Sea By Land BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  31. 31. M. I. C. E. Destinations BORACAY From Iloilo or Bacolod in neighboring Negros Island, the only way to get to Boracay is by bus. Mini-vans or buses ply the four (4) to five (5) hour Iloilo-Caticlan route. The trip is split into two (2): a 3 to 4-hour drive from Iloilo to Kalibo, and, transferring to another vehicle, from Kalibo to Caticlan, for a one-and-a-half-hour drive. A non­stop 3 to 4-hour taxi ride from Iloilo to Caticlan is always an option. By Air By Sea By Land BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  32. 32. M. I. C. E. Destinations BORACAY BEACHES/WHITE BEACH BAT CAVES CROCODILE ISLAND KINGFISHER'S FARM MAMBO NUMBER 5 MOUNT LUHO SUNKEN FOREST BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  33. 33. M. I. C. E. Destinations BORACAY The different resorts in the island offer a variety of cuisines for its patrons from different countries Chinese Cuisine Filipino Cuisine French Cuisine Greek Cuisine International Cuisine Italian Cuisine Japanese Cuisine Spanish Cuisine Thai Cuisine BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  34. 34. M. I. C. E. Destinations BORACAY For entertainment, a pulsating nightlife and wild parties are something both locals and foreigners look forward to. BLUE MANGO Angol, Boracay Island BOM BOM White Beach Path, Balabag, Boracay Island BUBBLES BAR White Beach Path, Angol, Boracay Island COCOMANGAS SHOOTER BAR Main Road, Balabag, Boracay Island HEY JUDE D'Mall, Boracay Island KURT'S BAR Near Station 3, Boracay Island PAT'S CREEK BAR White Beach Path, Balabag, Boracay Island RED PIRATES White Beach Path, Angol, Boracay Island RUMBA'S D'Mall, Boracay Island, Summer Place Bar And Restaurant, White Beach Path, Balabag, Boracay Island SUMMER PLACE BAR AND RESTAURANT White Beach Path, Balabag, Boracay Island BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  35. 35. M. I. C. E. Destinations BORACAY BORACAY REGENCY BEACH RESORT Balabag, Boracay Island Total No. of Function Rooms : 8 Capacity: Minimum – 30 Maximum – 630 CASA PILAR Station 3, Boracay Island Total No. of Function Rooms: 2 Capacity: Minimum – 60 Maximum - 300 PATIO PACIFIC BORACAY Balabag, Boracay Island Total No. of Function Room: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 50 Maximum – 200 SEAWIND RESORT Balabag, Boracay Island Total No. of Function Room: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 100 Maximum – 150 BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  36. 36. M. I. C. E. Destinations CEBU GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  37. 37. M. I. C. E. Destinations BACK CEBU Cebu City is the country's oldest city, having been established in the early 1700s. Often called the "Queen City of the South" and the Seat of Christianity in the Philippines, Cebu City is a unique blend of tropical paradise and business haven. In a survey of the cities of Asia, Asiaweek (October 25, 1996) named Cebu City the "eighth most livable city in Asia" and was the only Philippine city in the survey's Top Ten. Livable and lively, yet Cebu is steeped in a rich historic past –from the pre-colonial times (there are archaeological evidence indicating it was already a settlement site as early as the tenth century) to the time the great explorer Ferdinand Magellan planted on April 14, 1521 the wooden cross to mark the beginning of the Christianization of the island and the rest of the archipelago. For the Cebuanos (and all Filipinos in general), the replica of the cross now housed in the kiosk built on the hallowed spot where Magellan first planted it, has remained the symbol of faith, along side with the Basilica del Santo Nino where the country's oldest and most precious Christian relic, the Santo Nino, is enshrined. Cebu is also a cosmopolitan city with all modern conveniences and amenities: excellent accommodations like city hotels and beach resorts, fine restaurants, exciting nightlife and special interest activities like golf and water sports, most specially diving and snorkeling in exceptional sites. Cebu is a shopper's paradise with its thriving arts and crafts industries (notably shell craft, guitar- making, weaving, leather craft, and bamboo and rattan furniture crafts now getting world renowned) and various department stores that offer the best bargains. GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  38. 38. M. I. C. E. Destinations By Air By Sea By Land CEBU The Mactan-Cebu International Airport serves various international destinations of Philippine Airlines (PAL), Cebu Pacific, Asiana Airlines, Silk Air, Malaysia Airlines, and domestic destinations of PAL, Cebu Pacific, SEAIR, Asian Spirit and Air Philippines. GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  39. 39. M. I. C. E. Destinations CEBU The Cebu Port, one of the busiest ports in the country, receives several passenger and cargo ships daily servicing the Cebu-Manila and vice-versa route and daily trips to the different major cities in the Visayan and Mindanao such as Tagbilaran, Dumaguete, Ormoc, Cagayan de Oro, Ozamis, General Santos and Surigao. There are also fast crafts operating in Cebu that service the Cebu-Tagbilaran, Cebu-Dumaguete and Cebu-Ormoc and vice-versa routes. It usually takes at least two hours to reach said destinations. Various native motorized outrigger canoes called banca are popularly used for inter-island travel adventure or locally called 'island hopping'. These boats can be rented from various resorts offering island tour packages or from any boat operators around Cebu's premium island resorts like Mactan, Malapascua, Bantayan and Camotes. Most diving operators usually have their own bancas for diving tours to some of the best dive sites in the island. Locals also ride the banca in traveling to the neighboring islands. By Air By Sea By Land GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  40. 40. M. I. C. E. Destinations CEBU Various modes of land transport abound in Cebu province, ranging from colorful jeepneys and buses to taxis, tricycles, multicabs, trisikads (pedicabs) and habal-habals (motorcycle taxis). Taxis and jeepneys are the most popular modes of transport within the Metro Cebu area. Metered taxis, as well as jeepneys, are generally available in the downtown areas and in the vicinity of hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and entertainment centers within the metro. In fact, the telephone numbers of taxi companies are listed in the local telephone directory so that one can just call if ever taxi services are needed. Jeepneys, too, can be found almost anywhere within the metro area. At present, the minimum jeepney fare is P7 for the first five kilometers. To reach the cities and municipalities outside Metro Cebu, there are buses and vehicles-for­hire available round the clock at the North Bus Terminal for areas in the north and the South Bus Terminal for areas in the south. Travelers can choose between airconditioned and non­airconditioned buses while vehicles-for-hire are usually airconditioned vans. By Air By Sea By Land GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  41. 41. M. I. C. E. Destinations CEBU BANTAYAN ISLAND Bantayan, Cebu BASILICA DEL STO. NINO Magallanes St., Cebu City COLON STREET Parian District, Cebu City FORT SAN PEDRO Plaza Independencia, Port Area, Cebu City JULIAN JUMALON BUTTERFLY SANCTUARY AND ART GALLERY 20.-D Macopa St., Basak Pardo, Cebu City KAWASAN FALLS Matutinao, Badian MAGELLAN'S CROSS Magallanes St, Cebu City OLANGO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY located in the southernmost part of Olango Island TAOIST TEMPLE Beverly Hills, Cebu City TOPS GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  42. 42. M. I. C. E. Destinations CEBU Cosmopolitan Cebu is noted for its inexpensive cuisine. Island flavors are fairly simple with meat and seafood cooked in three ways – marinated in vinegar, charboiled or boiled – and then seasoned with condiments of your choice. Chinese and Spanish influence dominate the local cuisine. Chinese Cuisine Continental Cuisine Cuban Cuisine Filipino Cuisine International Cuisine Italian Cuisine Japanese Cuisine Korean Cuisine Singapore/Malay Cuisine Thai Cuisine GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  43. 43. M. I. C. E. Destinations CEBU Cebu does not sleep as soon as the sun is out. With the number of restobars, karaoke joints, disco houses, coffee shops and restaurants mushrooming within Metro Cebu, nightlife has never been exciting in this side of the country. GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  44. 44. M. I. C. E. Destinations CEBU CEBU CITY MARRIOTT HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 8 Capacity: Minimum – 9 Maximum – 600 CEBU GRAND HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 8 Capacity: Minimum – 15 Maximum – 150 CEBU INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER Total No. of Function Rooms: 9 Capacity: Minimum – 30 Maximum – 2,800 CEBU MIDTOWN HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 7 Capacity: Minimum – 30 Maximum – 800 COSTABELLA TROPICAL BEACH RESORT Total No. of Function Rooms: 6 Capacity: Minimum – 50 Maximum – 500 ECOTECH CENTER No. of Function Rooms: 8 Capacity: Minimum – 25 Maximum – 300 GRAND MAJESTIC CONVENTION CITY, INC. Total No. of Function Rooms: 14 Capacity: Minimum – 15 Maximum – 1,700 MARCO POLO PLAZA CEBU Total No. of Function Rooms: 9 Capacity: Minimum – 42 Maximum – 1,000 MONTEBELLO VILLA HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 13 Capacity: Minimum – 12 Maximum – 700 PLANTATION BAY RESORT & SPA Total No. of Function Rooms: 8 Capacity: Minimum – 10 Maximum – 600 SM CITY CEBU Total No. of Function Rooms: 5 Capacity: Minimum – 16 Maximum – 500 SACRED HEART Total No. of Function Rooms: 5 Capacity: Minimum – 15 Maximum – 500 SHANGRI-LA'S MACTAN RESORT & SPA Total No. of Function Rooms: 10 Capacity: Minimum – 45 Maximum – 800 THE PARKLANE CEBU Total No. of Function Rooms: 7 Capacity: Minimum – 15 Maximum – 1,000 WATERFRONT CEBU CITY CASINO HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 13 Capacity: Minimum – 30 Maximum – 3,200 WATERFRONT MACTAN ISLAND HOTEL & CASINO Total No. of Function Rooms: 6 Capacity: Minimum – 24 Maximum – 252 GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  45. 45. M. I. C. E. Destinations DAVAO GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES BACK
  46. 46. M. I. C. E. Destinations BACK DAVAO Davao City, the largest city in the world in terms of land area, is the only cosmopolitan city in the Davao Region that occupies a big portion of Southeastern Mindanao. Located by the sea dotted with beautiful islands with coral reefs and surrounded by fertile plains, green valleys and rolling hills, Davao City is the gateway to the region consisting of the provinces of Davao Oriental, Davao del Sur and Davao del Norte. Davao is a "melting pot" as it is home not only to the indigenous tribal folks Bagobo, Mandaya, Manobo, T'boli, Mansaka and B'Laan but also to migrant settlers from all over the country and a sizeable expatriate community. To say they co-exist peacefully is an understatement. Put altogether, they form an enchanting tapestry very much like the woven abaka (banana fiber/ hemp) cloth, ikat dyed in dark-spectrum black or brown and red or ochre tones, as in the dagmay of the Mandaya, the tinalak of the T'boli, panapisan of the Bagobo, and tabi amlatu of the B'Iaan, all accessorized, embroidered and decorated with seeds, beads, bells and mother-of-pearl fragments and their finery festooned with multicolored pom-poms, horse or goat hair, and jingling collections of bells, beads and coins. An anchor destination of the combined nature, culture and adventure, Davao City is a place of friendly people, excellent hotels, well-appointed resorts, exciting nightlife, bargain shopping, a bounty of durian, mangosteen, banana, and a host of tropical fruits and fresh seafood. Not only is it the gateway to the expansive Davao region, it is also the jump-off point to satellite destinations on the island of Mindanao and the East ASEAN Region. GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  47. 47. M. I. C. E. Destinations By Air By Sea By Land DAVAO Davao is accessible by air thru the Davao International Airport. Two (2) international airlines are servicing Davao, namely Shriwijaya for the Davao-Indonesia-Davao route and SilkAir for the Davao- Singapore-Davao via Cebu route. Asian Spirit also services the Davao-Palau-Davao route thrice a Week. From Manila, you can take direct flights of Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific or Air Philippines. Flying time is approximately one hour and 35 minutes. From Cebu, Davao is 55 minutes away. One can also fly to Davao from Cagayan de Oro and Zamboanga City. BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  48. 48. M. I. C. E. Destinations DAVAO Davao is also accessible by commercial/passenger vessels thru the Sasa Wharf. SULPICIO LINES Routes from/to Davao City: Manila; Surigao; General Santos WG&A SUPERFERRY Routes from/to Davao City: Manila; General Santos; Iloilo; Zamboanga By Air By Sea By Land BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  49. 49. M. I. C. E. Destinations DAVAO One can also take the longer but infinitely more exciting inland route thru the Maharlika Highway from Manila. The 2-day route runs through several provinces in Southern Luzon, a ferry transfer from Matnog, Sorsogon to Catarman, Samar, through Leyte and another ferry transfer from Maasin, Leyte to Surigao City in Surigao Province, and through the cities of Butuan, Gingoog and Cagayan de Oro. By Air By Sea By Land BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  50. 50. M. I. C. E. Destinations DAVAO CROCODILE PARK Diversion Road, Maa DAVAO MUSEUM Insular Village I, Lanang EDEN NATURE PARK Eden, Toril MALAGOS GARDEN RESORT Malagos, Calinan District MT. APO NATURAL PARK Tamayong, Davao City Side PHILIPPINE EAGLE RESEARCH AND NATURE CENTER Malagos, Calinan PUENTESPINA ORCHID AND TROPICAL PLANTS GARDEN Bolcan St., Agdao, Davao City SHRINE OF THE HOLY INFANT JESUS OF PRAGUE Shrine Hills, Mating T'BOLI WEAVING CENTER Insular Hotel Grounds BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  51. 51. M. I. C. E. Destinations DAVAO Even the most discriminating gourmets relish Davao's variety of culinary delights. From the native ... to fastfood chains ... to fine dining. Filipino Cuisine Chinese Cuisine International Cuisine Italian Cuisine Japanese Cuisine Vietnamese Cuisine BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  52. 52. M. I. C. E. Destinations DAVAO When it comes to nightlife, Davao pulsates with its videoke bars, dance halls and music lounges. AFTER DARK BAR & RESTAURANT BARCELONA BAR Quimpo Blvd., Davao City Rizai Promenade, Rizal St., Davao City CASINO FILIPINO (PAGCOR) CLUB MED TE-E VENTURES Grand Regal Hotel, Lanang, Davao City E. Quirino Ave., Davao City DEJA VU MUSIC BAR & KTV EAGLE'S BAR Grandland Bldg., R. Castillo St. Agdao, Davao City The Marco Polo Davao, C.M. Recto, Davao City HAGAR'S PLACE HALO Blucor Bldg., Lanang, Davao City The Venue Compound, Davao City KANTO KRISTOFFER VIDEOKE BAR Matina Town Square, Matina, Davao City F. Inigo St., Davao City KOROKAN KTV BAR LIQUID Victoria Plaza Carpark, Bajada, Davao City The Apo View Hotel, J. Camus St., Davao City MARLEY'S MATINA TOWN SQUARE The Venue Compound, Davao City McArthur Hi-way, Matina, Davao City ONE BAR SHINDIG BAR The Venue Compound, Davao City Orangegrove Hotel, Buhangin, Davao City SUMMIT BAR TABOAN The Royal Mandaya Hotel, Davao City Matina Town Square, Davao City THE VENUE TOTO'S BAR E. Quirino Ave. cor. Jacinto Ext. St., Davao City J. Camus St., Davao City VINTA BAR PIRATA BAR Waterfront Insular Hotel, Lanang, Davao City BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES
  53. 53. M. I. C. E. Destinations DAVAO ATENEO DE DAVAO UNIVERSITY Total No. of Function Room: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 500 Maximum – 5000 BANGKO SENTRAL NG PILIPINAS Total No. of Function Rooms: 2 Capacity: Minimum – 200 Maximum – 2000 BROKENSHIRE AUDITORIUM Total No. of Function Room: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 200 Maximum – 300 COLLEGE ASSURANCE PLAN CONVENTION CENTER Total No. of Function Room: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 600 Maximum – 800 DAVAO CONVENTION AND TRADE CENTER Total No. of Function Room: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 100 Minimum – 1100 GRAND MEN SENG HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 7 Capacity: Minimum – 20 Maximum – 2000 GREEN HEIGHTS CONVENTION CENTER Total No. of Function Rooms: 6 Capacity: Minimum – 50 Maximum – 1000 NCCC CONVENTION CENTER Total No. of Function Room: 1 Capacity: Minimum – 500 Maximum – 2000 PEARL FARM BEACH RESORT Total No. of Function Rooms: 2 Capacity: Minimum – 24 Maximum – 180 THE APO VIEW HOTEL Total No. of Function Rooms: 4 Capacity: Minimum – 50 Maximum – 150 THE MARCO POLO DAVAO Total No. of Function Rooms: 6 Capacity: Minimum – 10 Maximum – 850 BACK GENERAL DESCRIPTION HOW TO GET THERE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS DINING FACILITIES ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES CONVENTION & EXHIBITION FACILITIES

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