Baywalk - Davao del Sur Attractions


Baywalk, also known as Seawall, is a place where people can relax for free. It is located along the Matina Coast and is known for giving a great view of the sunset. The attraction was previously a place where teenagers hung out to drink, but the place became prone to fights which led to stabbing incidents. Now, the place is developed to become an attraction. Bringing liquor within the premises is prohibited but there is a small restaurant where you can buy light drinks.


A replica of Michaelangelo's David stands within the area (and was quite controversial when it was built because Filipinos are not accustomed to seeing portrayal of nudity). In front of the statue lies a pool with small sharks. Nearby is also a mini zoo which houses ostriches and mouse deers. Further into the seashore is a replica of the Harbour of Denmark, a statue of a Mermaid.


How to get to Baywalk

Baywalk is at the tip of the Matina Aplaya Road and is close to Ecoland. You can reach the place by taxi. Take note that it is directly beside Queensland, a motel known to be a romantic getaway for couples. Baywalk can be reached by entering the main entrance to Queensland. 

Events Related to Baywalk

Araw ng Dabaw
Kadayawan sa Davao
Pantatan Festival
Philippine Eagle Week

Attractions Related to Baywalk

Aldevinco Shopping Center
Battle Memorial
Cecil's Snack Inn and Bakeshop, Inc.
Chicken Tsunami
Crocodile Park
Damosa Gateway
Davao Hilltop Restaurant (Dencio's sa Hilltop)
El Nino Cold Spring
Fruit Stalls in Madrazo
Fruit Stalls in Magsaysay Park
Gap Farm & Orchard Resort
Japanese Cemetery
Japanese Museum
Japanese Tunnel
Lon Wa Buddhist Temple
Marina Park Stables
Mary Rose Carnival
Matina Town Square
Mindanao Taoist Temple
Old Japanese Houses
Osmena Park
Outland Adventure
Penong's Barbecue Seafood and Grill
Philippine Eagle Center
Picobello Ristorante Italiano
Ramon Magsaysay Park
Riverford Nature Park
Rizal Promenade
San Pedro Church
Shrine of the Holy Infant Jesus of Prague
Talomo Beach
The Davao Museum
The Haunted House on Champaca Street
The People's Park
The Venue
Vulcan Garden Resort
White Water Rafting