General Santos City Datawatch provides important data of barangays in General Santos City.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

GSC Barangay Profiles II: Tourism and Economic Potentials

Below are the information attributed to the 26 barangays of General Santos City with respect to their tourism and economic potentials.


Apopong
Existing and Possible Tourism and Economic Potentials:
1. CFC Resort
2. Springville Spring Resort
3. Olaer Spring Resort
4. Philippine Public Safety College
5. General Santos City Reformatory Center
6. Notre Dame of Dadiangas University - IBED Espina

Baluan
Existing and Possible Tourism and Economic Potentials:
1. Cebbans Resort
2. Capuchin's Priory
3. Franciscan Retreat Center
4. Bangus Ponds
5. Bakawan Forest

Batomelong
Existing and Possible Tourism and Economic Potentials:
1. Barangay Multi-Purpose Solar Dryer
2. Quarrying/Small scale mining

Buayan
Existing and Possible Tourism and Economic Potentials:
1. Rajah Buayan Airstrip
2. Philippine Army Camp
3. Salt Factory

Bula
Existing and Possible Tourism and Economic Potentials:
1. Chevron Depot
2. Shell Depot
3. Coca-Cola Bottling Plant
4. Bombo Radyo AM/FM Stations
5. Amigo Hotel
6. Food Terminal
7. Royeca Aqua/Fishpond
8. Sto. Nino Parish Church
9. Bangus Ponds

Calumpang
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Dole Wharf
2. National Grid Corporation of the Philippines
3. General Milling
4. RD Fishing Group
5. Holy Cross Parish Church
6. Antonio Acharon Sports Complex
7. Bureau of Fire Protection Regional Office
8. Canon Migliaccio School
9. Dried Fish Areas

City Heights
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. St. Michael Parish Church
2. GSC Doctors Medical School Foundation
3. Mindanao Medical Center
4. Pueblo Resort
5. LC5 Resort
6. Wizard Academy
7. NCCC Wholesale Depot
8. Hope Christian Academy
9. AGBIM (Assembly of God Bible Institute of Mindanao)
10. GSC Doctors Hospital
11. SDA Southern Mission
12. ECA Realty Compound
13. JMP Building

Conel
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Klaja Karst Land
2. Malakong Wall
3. Bunga Spring
4. Amsekong Falls

Dad East
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Notre Dame of Dadiangas University
2. Bayan Telecommunications
3. Mindanao State University - High School Campus
4. Development Bank of the Philippines
5. GSC Freedom Park (Oval Plaza)
6. Jollibee National Highway

Dad North
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. RO Diagan Cooperative Hospital
2. Holy Trinity College
3. AMA Computer College
4. Bulaong Over Land Terminal
5. Bureau of Internal Revenue Bldg
6. Phela Grande Convention Center

Dad South
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. GSC Public Market
2. Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church
3. Ramon Magsaysay Memorial College
4. Golden State College
5. PLDT/Piltel Bldg.
6. Dadiangas South Elementary School
7. Notre Dame of Dadiangas for Girls (old campus)
8. JMP Building

Dad West
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Camp Fermin G. Lira
2. Golden State College
3. GFI College
4. GSC City Hall (New and Old Buildings)
5. GSC Sanggunian Panlungsod Building
6. Plaza Heneral Santos
7. Sydney Hotel
8. Phela Grande Hotel
9. Philippine National Red Cross Building
10. Jose Catolico Puericulture Center
11. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Building
12. Iglesia ni Cristo
12. SDA Church
13. RD Plaza
14. UCCP Central Church

Fatima
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Mindanao State University
2. GSC Alternative International Airport
3. Fatima Parish Church

Katangawan
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Marcellin Foundation
2. Pioneer Seeds
3. Johnny Ang National High School


Labangal
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. GSC Makar Port
2. Pescarich Corporation
3. WGA
4. Social Security System
5. Solid Shipping Container Area

Lagao
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. St. Peter and Paul Parish Church
2. Gaisano Mall of Gensan
3. Robinson's Place
4. Brokenshire College SOCSKSARGEN Inc.
5. East Asia Royale Hotel
6. DXCP/Diocesan Media Center
7. GSC Lagao Gym
8. Notre Dame of Dadiangas University - IBED Campus
9. Sagittarius Mines Inc.
10. SOCSARGEN County Hospital
11. SOCOTECO II
12. National Food Authority
13. KCC Mall of Gensan
14. General Santos Water District
15. General Santos District Hospital
16. Passionist Novitiate Area
17. STI Campus
18. Family Country Hotel and Convention Center
19. Sta. Lucia/Colinas Verdes Homes
20. Agan Centro Subdivision
21. Notre Dame of Lagao (old campus)
22. Knights of Columbus Hall

Ligaya
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. University of Santo Tomas
2. Madrasah Complex (Purok Kamasi)
3. Quarrying/Small Scale Mining

Mabuhay
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Gawad Kalinga - Promise Land
2. NIA Irrigation Dam (Purok Intake)
3. Nopol Hills
4. Habitat Subdivisions
5. GK Homes

San Isidro
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Notre Dame of General Santos City
2. Meljoi's Resort
3. Cambridge Farms and Resort
4. Montesorri School of General Santos City
5. GMA 7 Station
6. ABS-CBN 2 Station
7. ABCD Stars
8. Our Lady of Manaoag Chapel (Dominican Youth Center)
9. GSCWD Pumping Stations


Siguel
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Water Gran Resort
2. Marist Beach
3. Passionist Beach
4. RD Ranch/Prayer Mountains

Sinawal
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Amadeo Banana Plantation
2. Lisa's Farms
3. SOCSKSARGEN Masonic Center

Tambler
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. GSC Fishport
2. PNP Regional Office
3. Cargill Plant
4. Tropicana Resort and Hotel
5. Sarangani Highlands
6. PPSA Shooting Grounds

Tinagacan
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Our Lady of Refuge Dangpanan Foundation


Olympog
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Balakayo Hills

Upper Labay
Existing and Possible Tourism Potentials:
1. Mango Plantation Farms
2. Tinalak Weaving

Disclaimer:

Opinions are entirely attributed to the results of the environmental scoping conducted by the International Institute of Community Development and Transformation (IICDT) and the Philippine Societal Advancement throught Research and Educational Initiative, Inc. (PSAREI)

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