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The hotel’s prime location puts guests within easy reach of popular local attractions such as The Beach Club at Lubi Plantation Island, Managed by Dusit, a stunning sanctuary accessible by boat from the hotel’s own private jetty; Mount Apo National Park, home to the highest mountain in the Philippines; Philippine Eagle Centre, a conservation facility for endangered eagle species; Museo Dabawenyo, which showcases Davao’s rich history and diverse cultural heritage; and Rancho Palos Verdes Golf & Country Club, and Apo Golf & Country Club.

Lubi Plantation Resort Just minutes away from the Dusit Thani Residence and dusitD2, members and guests of this prime getaway in the Davao Gulf can enjoy VIP service and revel in the beauty and marvelousness of Mother Nature: the exclusive beach, lush marine life, and verdant green. Enjoy first-class sports facilities on land and water and keep fit while experiencing the grandeur of the breathtaking surroundings. Guests can exclusively take delight in the sumptuous dishes and innovative cocktails under the sun at the Lubi Beach Club. This luxury island resort has everything that discriminating guests can dare to imagine. Lubi Plantation also houses Dusit International’s second 5-star hotel where guests can enjoy the very distinct intuitive Thai service quality blended with the warmth of Filipino hospitality for truly a unique pampering experience.
Mount Apo National Park Mt. Apo is the tallest peak in the Philippines. Scaling it is not for the faint of heart. There are several ways up and they offer different levels of difficulty. The reward will be creeks, flora and fauna, waterfalls, huge boulders, or mostly unspoiled nature that you experience on your way to the top of the 10,311 foot mountain.
Philippine Eagle Center Spanning 8.4 hectares of woodland, the Philippine Eagle Center is a breeding facility for the endangered giant raptors that are one of the largest and most powerful eagles in the world.
Davao Crocodile Park The park serves as public viewing area for crocodiles, venue for educational tours, conservation facility, and field laboratory for students and wildlife enthusiasts. The facility also hosts other animal species, including raptors, monkeys, bearcats, snakes, birds and other reptiles.
Museo Dabawenyo Formely the Court of Instance before its conversion in 2008, this museum is an institution in the service of community and its development. It obtains, keeps, studies, and presents material evidence of people and their environment, and informs the general public about these activities for the purpose of study, education and research.
D’ Bone Collector Museum With over 300 specimens from all over the world, the D’Bone Collector Museum houses one of the biggest bone collection in the country. The museum is the first of its kind in Mindanao. It teaches the conversation of animal species to guests.
Eden Nature Park Located 3,000 above sea level, this mountain resort provides commanding view of Davao city and the Davao Gulf. Eden has become a popular mountain retreat and showcases a successfully rebuilt lost environment. The mountain resort provides day tours and recreational activities like zipline rides, skycycling, skyswing, and horseback riding.
Hop on to Samal Island for a day Davao City is the best place to start your island hopping adventure to Samal, a coastal paradise in Davao Del Norte. The Island of Samal is just 15 minutes away by boat. Samal is known for its fine white sand beachfront and long sandbar stretches.
Chinatown Situated in the heart of downtown area, Davao’s Chinatown is one the busiest sections in the city and the largest in the world in terms of land area at 46 hectares. The areas along Uyanguren and Villa Abrille of the socio-cultural district are filled with numerous malls, department stores and Chinese Restaurants
Orchidariums Dubbed the “Queen of Philippines Orchids”, The Waling-Waling was discovered in Mt. Apo in 1882 by European Horticulturist Henry Frederic Sander. Visitors can view or buy varieties of Waling-Waling orchids or Sander’s Vanda and other orchids in the several orchidariums in Davao city. Here are the top ones: Christina Orchid Garden, Puentespina Orchid Garden, Sul Orchids.
San Pedro Cathedral Built in 1847 by Don Jose Uyanguren during the Spanish Colonial times, the San Pedro Cathedral is the oldest church in Davao City. It is also the city’s premier historical landmark and considered as one of the most spectacular, if not the best, religious structure built during the Spanish colonization. Named after San Pedro or St. Peter, the City’s patron Saint, the church survived two bombing in the 1990’s.
Shopping centers
  • Ayala Abreeza Mall
  • SM Premier Mall
  • Aldevinco, for fabrics and other woven handicrafts from the region.
Address Stella Hizon, Reyes Drive, Barrio Pampanga, Davao 8000 Philippines
Phone +63 (82) 272-7500 (PLDT line)
+63 (82) 322-7000 (Globe line)
+63 (91) 7859-1527 (Hotel Assistant Manager line)
Email davao@dusit.com