Monday, October 17, 2011

Monkayo and its progress



MONKAYO, Compostela Valley, Davao,
— I took those pictures below as early as 8 a.m. in the morning, as you can see  in the photos, there are few people roaming around the street. But if you were there in the town center (Monkayo Poblacion) during rush hour, specifically 4 pm to 5 pm, or even during lunch time, there are a lot of people walking along the street, checking goods around the corner, or simply buying some  food to eat.

Just a quick facts:
Taboan → is the term of the Cebuanos for "Tiangge". In Taboan, they showcase all their harvest of agricultural product in the market or even along the street.

During the weekend, Monkayo Poblacion has the so called "Taboan". On Taboan day, you can see a wide variety of agricultural goods like poultry, fruits, potatoes and fresh vegetables  to name a few, and the vendor sell it in a very affordable price.You really have a lot of choices, others showcase their local delicacies and even "Ukay-ukay" (used clothing), Ready To Wear (RTW) dress, pants, etc.


Monkayo Octagon Park


Monkayo Sports Complex



Bukidnon State University (BSU) - Monkayo Campus
 Monkayo, Compostela Valley, Davao


A road that lead to the New Municipal Hall Building
or City Mayor's Office.


Monkayo National High School (MNHS)
 A Public owned High School of Monkayo.



Photos below: 
Monkayo Business District


Overland Terminal 
for Tricycle, Motorcycle and Skylab











Overland Terminal



Display of pirated DVD's and CD's 
As usual it can be found everywhere in the Philippines.












 RD Pawnshop  and Bakers King Bakeshop







The new Commercial Building
 near the Public Market.



The big building is the Supermarket, and the other one is 
One Network Bank ( under renovation)



One Network Bank (ONB)


M.Lhuillier Pawnshop


Monkayo Overland Terminal




Monkayo Public Market















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