PAGADIAN TRAVEL GUIDE (BUDGET + ITINERARY)

Behind stilt houses graciously standing shoulder to shoulder, the minarets calling for early morning prayers bathe in the glow of the rising sun in Pagadian. A man paddles his way to the port, where spider-like tapay-tapay fishing boats fleck the endless sea. Here, fishermen hurry like ants while hauling bulinaw (anchovies) from the service boat to the ice boxes, while …

ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR: PAGADIAN TOURIST SPOTS

Pagadian City, the capital of Zamboanga del Sur province connects Zamboanga Peninsula with the rest of the region. This bustling metropolis was converted into a chartered city on June 21, 1969. Pagadian was once marketed as the “Little Hong Kong of the South” because of its steep hilly terrain plummeting into the sun-spangled coast, akin to the former British colony, …