If you haven’t been outside of Davao City, you haven’t really discovered the true beauty of this incredible province. Davao is one of those destinations that many of our tourists (and locals) should go out of their way to explore. Many will be pleasantly surprised to find out that there is much more to the Philippines than just the usual popular destinations we grown accustomed to visiting such as Boracay, Palawan and Siargao.
One such place is Mati in Davao Oriental. I had a wonderful time flying to Davao via AirAsia and visiting Mati with a couple of friends just a few weeks ago where we spent about two days taking in all its beauty and splendor. I had fun vlogging about my short trip there which I hope you will watch out for very soon on my YouTube channel and Facebook Page. Ahead of that, I’d like to share with you this quick photoblog, hoping it might tease you enough to encourage you and your friends (and maybe family) to see the place yourselves.
A quick visit to Mati, Davao Oriental
During the first part of our trip. I attended the launch of AirAsia’s newest (and very delicious) in-flight meal at the Malagos Garden Resort. The name of their latest offering is called Roasted Dalandan Chicken with Pimiento Sauce and Malagos Chocolates. This gastronomic creation was a collaboration between AirAsia and celebrity Chef JP Anglo. You can know more about it on a separate blog post I made.
After that tummy-filling event, we made our way to Mati the following morning.
Well, that’s it for now. I’d like to thank Miguel, Ken and Brian of the Provincial Tourism Officers of Mati for taking care of us during our visit.
Watch out for my vlog post
I hope this photoblog excites you enough to eagerly wait up for my upcoming vlog post which shows so much more fun and kulitan! Don’t forget to watch out for it! Please subscribe to my YouTube channel and LIKE my Facebook Page to stay updated. Please follow me on Instagram as well (@chuckiedreyfus).
Thank you, AirAsia!
Thank you very much to AirAsia for making this Davao trip possible. If you’re planning on your own trip to Davao or anywhere else in the Philippines and abroad, make sure to check out AirAsia’s website to know more about their other routes and take advantage of their promo fares. Keep updated with AirAsia’s latest promotion and activities via Twitter (@AirAsiaFilipino), Facebook (facebook.com/AirAsiaPH) and on Instagram (@AirAsiaFilipino).
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PHOTOBLOG: Exploring Mati, Davao Oriental was last modified: May 9th, 2018 by Chuckie Dreyfus