Welcome to the City of Tagum!

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    Royal Palm Trees along Daang Maharlika

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    New City Hall of Tagum

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    Bangca Landmark in Bincungan

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    Botanical Park Landmark in Magdum

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    Botanical Park in San Agustin

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    Dahon Monument in E-Park, Apokon

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    Giant Rosary

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    Christ the King Cathedral, J. Gonzales Avenue

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    Centennial Mangrove Tree along Tancuan Creek

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    Beach Volleydrome

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    Davao del Norte Sports and Tourism Complex

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    Energy Park

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    First Mosque in Tagum in Madaum

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    Giant Holiday Tree

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    Parish of Christ the Eucharistic King

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    Tagum City River Cruise

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    Tagum City Night Market

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    La Filipina Public Cemetery

City of Tagum, the capital of the province of Davao del Norte was officially created into a component city on March 7, 1998. Situated 55 kilometers north of Davao City, it is one of the fastest growing cities in Region XI. It has a total land area of 19,580 hectares. In a study conducted by the Asian Institute of Management, Tagum was ranked among the 20 most viable component cities to do business in the country. Know more »

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Tagumenyo teacher wins Mutya ng Tagum crown

Tagum’s brightest and most beautiful young women competed once again for the city’s highly-anticipated Mutya ng Tagum last November 17, 2016 at the New City Hall of Tagum. Twenty-one year old stunner Barangay Magugpo East Febbie Faith Ramos bagged the sought-after title where she wowed the crowd with her beauty and brains. An educator by … Read more »


Tagum’s 172-ft holiday tree comes to life

Tagum City burst into countless colors, festive music and euphoric smiles as the most awaited Giant Holiday Tree came into life last November 16, 2016, gravitating thousands of spectators from all walks of life and giving the holiday season here a magical kick-off. Towering at 172-ft, this year’s iconic holiday tree is the tallest since … Read more »


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