Malaybalay City, the capital of the province of Bukidnon, boasts breathtaking natural landscapes, including rolling hills, lush forests, and fertile farmlands. Due to its elevated location, the city enjoys a cooler climate compared to lowland areas. The climate is characterized by pleasantly mild temperatures, especially in the evenings and early mornings. It serves as the gateway to the Bukidnon province, allowing travelers to explore its diverse attractions including natural wonders, heritage sites, and agri-tourism spots.
Mount Dulang-Dulang of the Kitanglad Range Natural Park, the second highest peak in the Philippines, is located nearby and adds to the stunning scenery. The surrounding area offers opportunities for outdoor activities such as trekking, camping, and nature exploration. The lush environment is a haven for those seeking adventure.
Malaybalay is home to various indigenous groups, and their cultural heritage is celebrated through festivals and traditions. The Kaamulan Festival, an annual ethnic cultural festival, showcases the vibrant cultures of Bukidnon’s indigenous communities.
The city is also known for being near the Del Monte Pineapple Plantation, which is one of the largest pineapple plantations in the country. Visitors can tour the plantation to learn about pineapple cultivation and enjoy fresh produce.
Malaybalay’s culinary scene features local dishes made from fresh produce. Traditional Bukidnon fare, such as binaki (sticky rice cakes), is a must-try.
Where is Malaybalay City located?
Malaybalay City is located in the province of Bukidnon, which is situated in the island of Mindanao in the Philippines. As the capital of Bukidnon, it serves as a central hub for the province. The city is about 128 kilometers away from the nearest airport, the Laguindingan Airport in Cagayan de Oro City or around 3 hours travel by car.
Map of Malaybalay City
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