Welcome to the Marvelous Cotabato City

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Sigay ka, Cotabato City

Cotabato City

South-Central Mindanao
Region 12, PHILIPPINES

Cotabato City, officially the City of Cotabato is an independent component city in the Philippine autonomous region of Bangsamoro. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 299,438. Cotabato City is formerly part and the regional center of Region XII.
(Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cotabato_City )

Cotabato City is the ancient capital town of the old Empire Province of Cotabato. The city is a bustling and exciting place that continuously pulsates all aspects of human existence; be it trade and commerce, education, religion, information, social and cultural activities. Its very rich heritage makes it an ideal destination.

(Source: https://www.philippines.travel/destinations/cotabato-city )
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HOW TO GET THERE


Cotabato City accessible through Awang Airport.

There are at least 4 flights (1 PAL and 3 Cebu Pac) flying daily for Manila-Cotabato City-Manila
and every Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday flying for Cotabato-Cebu-Cotabato.

Taxis are available but tricycle and jeepneys are the mode of transportation when roaming around Cotabato City.

Provincial buses and vans are available connecting the city to neighboring provinces/regions such as Tacurong, Koronadal, General Santos City, Kidapawan City, North and South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani and Davao.

HOW TO FIND US

       New City Hall Building
National Highway
Cotabato City
Maguindanao
 
  +63 (64) 421 9755 
 
  http://www.cotabatocity.ph/
 
  https://www.facebook.com/CotabatoCityLGU/
 
  cotabato_gov@yahoo.com


City Festival

Every December

Shariff Kabunsuan Festival

The celebration is centered on the arrival of Shariff Kabunsuan via Rio Grande de Mindanao more than 500 years ago to introduce Islam to the natives.

This annual event not only celebrates the city’s rich heritage but it also honors traditions of the Muslims and indigenous people.

Highlighted events are the colorful fluvial parade, a street dancing parade and competition, cultural shows, “inaul” (Muslim fabric) fashion show, culinary competition, and many others.

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