Destination: The Land of the Dreamweavers

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								South Cotabato

Province of SOUTH COTABATO

South-Central Mindanao
Region 12, PHILIPPINES

South Cotabato is natural haven for both tranquil and intrepid endeavors. Discover the distinct culture renowned for its T'nalak weaving and set out on a cultural odyssey.

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								South Cotabato

The South Cotabato Provincial Capitol


SOUTH COTABATO IS THE TRAVEL DESTINATION IN THE PHILIPPINES

South Cotabato is located in the SOCCSKSARGEN (pronounced socks-sarjen) region, of the southern part of the island of Mindanao.

Its capital is Koronadal City, and it is bounded by the province of Sultan Kudarat in the north and west, in the east and south by the city of General Santos and province of Sarangani.

It lies at a latitude of about 6°15′ north and about 125° longitude.

Its main access to the sea is through the Sarangani Bay where the modern port of General Santos City is located.

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Source: https://southcotabato.gov.ph/

HOW TO GET HERE

T'nalak Festival is held at City of Koronadal, South Cotabato. You may reach South Cotabato Province by plane via Manila, Cebu, or Iloilo to General Santos City Airport.

You may also access South Cotabato via land travel from Davao City.

To get to Koronadal City from General Santos City you proceed to the Bulaong terminal.

Take a Bus ride from Gensan to Marbel/Koronadal and it will approximate a travel time of 1 hour if travel is non-stop.


FIND US

       OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
Capitol Compound, Alunan Ave.,
City of Koronadal Province of South Cotabato,
9506 Philippines
  https://southcotabato.gov.ph/
  https://www.facebook.com/provlgovtsocot/
 
 
  +63 ((83) 228 3754
  +63 ((83) 228 2620   
    
  info@southcotabato.gov.ph


Festival of the Province

Every July 12-18

T'nalak Festival

An annual celebration that commemorates the Foundation Anniversary of the dynamic South Cotabato province.

T’nalak, undoubtedly hailed as the province’s ultimate cultural emblem is a traditional masterpiece of geometric patterns dreamt to life by the T’boli weavers who translate their dreams into intricate patterns of intensely colored abaca fibers.

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