Davao is no doubt one of the best places to go for a vacation. It allows travelers to witness colorful festivals and go on adventures that will challenge their limits. It’s also safe and secure and offers all the conveniences of a modern provincial capital. That’s why if it’s your last day in Davao City, you’re sure to be at the end of a series of very intense experiences that may have included nature trips, hikes and long, lazy days at the beach. Still, that’s no reason why you should stay cooped up in your Davao hotel room. Here are some things you can do on your last day in Davao City.
Because you will be travelling later in the day, it’s a good idea to keep your activities laid back. You could take a trip down to the public market or visit the stalls of the Magsaysay Fruit Vendors association. Since you’re about to leave Davao, it’s the perfect time to buy pasalubong for the folks back home. Your family and friends are sure to appreciate some fresh fruits like mangosteen and pomelo.
For less perishable pasalubong items, you can also go to Aldevinco’s shopping center. Browse through the various small shops selling one-of-a-kind pieces like slippers and wallets made with T’nalak or colorful malongs and tote bags made of vivid batiks.
When you’re done shopping, you can start making your way back to your accommodations in one of the cheap hotels in Davao City. To put a perfect end to your stay, have an inexpensive but tasty meal at a well-known restaurant like Kusina Dabaw or Toryano’s. You may also want to have a cup of coffee at Coffee 4 Peace or Blugre to perk you up before your flight back home.