Ramon Magsaysay Park - Davao del Sur Attractions

Ramon Magsaysay Park

The Ramon Magsaysay Park was built in honor of the Third President of the Philippines. The park  provides a view of the Davao Gulf. The park is accessible because it is situated near the downtown area. A variety of shows are featured from time to time, as well as other attractions. Students frequently visit the place especially after classes in schools have ended.

Amphitheater (Open Air)

Capacity :


  • Seated - 1,500 to 2,000 persons
  • Standing - 3,000 persons
  • Disco - every sunday (4,500/show)


(International Cuisine )


  • Restaurant - Kanaway
  • Restaurant and Cooling Station
  • Food kiosks/Stalls

Children's Playground

  • Children's Playground
  • Our Lady of Fort Pilar
  • (open - air chapel)
  • Secured Parking Area
  • Parking Area

Areas operated by concessionaires

  • Restaurant/Kiosks
  • Skating rink
  • Orchids/Ornamental plant stalls
  • Souvenir/handicraft stalls
  • Children's Amusement Center



How to get to Ramon Magsaysay Park

Ramon Magsaysay Park is accessible from almost any point in the city. You can simply prompt a taxi to take you there. If you wish to ride a jeepney, you can ride jeepneys that proceed to Uyanguren. Upon exiting Uyanguren, you will find the park.














Events Related to Ramon Magsaysay Park

Araw ng Dabaw
Kadayawan sa Davao
Pantatan Festival
Philippine Eagle Week

Attractions Related to Ramon Magsaysay Park

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
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