PHOTOS: Malagos Chocolate Museum and Garden Resort
Discover the first and only chocolate museum in the Philippines.
Get a taste of their homegrown, single-origin, and multi-award winning Malagos Chocolate when you visit Malagos Chocolate Museum at Malagos Garden Resort, the first and only chocolate museum in the Philippines.
For inquiries and reservations, contact 09177235763.
Malagos Chocolate Museum and Garden Resort is located in Calinan-Baguio-Cadalian Road, Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City, 8000 Davao del Sur, Philippines.
Malagos Garden Resort Attractions & Amenities:
1. Museo de Mariposa
2. Butterfly Sanctuary
3. Science in the Park
4. Malagos Powerplay
5. Chocolate Museum
6. Chocolate Park
7. Noah’s Deck
8. Zen Garden
9. Bird Feeding Dome
10. Petting Zoo
12. Herb’s Garden
13. Hydroponics Garden
14. Music Lounge
15. Swimming Pool
16. Chocolate Spa
17. Garden Symphony
18. Skate Park
Malagos Shows & Chargeable Activities:
1. Chocolate Making (moulding)
2. Horseback Riding
3. Kalesa Ride
4. Bike Rental
7. Table Tennis
8. Malagos Interactive Birdshow – every Sat & Sun at 10:30am
9. Animal Encounter Show – every Fri to Sun at 2:00pm
How to get there:
By Private Transportation
From the main city, head south until you reach the Ulas junction. Turn right following the Bukidnon-Davao (BuDa) Highway. Turn left upon reaching the Calinan crossing and then right when you reach the small rotunda in the same direction towards the Philippines Eagle Center.
By Public Transportation
Taxi. Approximate rate from the city center to the resort is around Php500.00 to Php700.00 – one way.
Bus and L300 Van
Leaves the Bakerohan terminal every 15 minutes. Travel time would be approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour. Terminal for Annil Bus and L300 vans are located at the corner of Quirino Avenue and San Pedro Extension, Bankerohan, Davao City (beside a bank). Upon arrival at Calinan, transfer to a tricycle or motorcycle. Travel time 5 to 10 minutes.
Daytours – 8AM to 5PM from Mondays to Sundays
Hotel – 24 hours
Check out the inside and aerial photos of Malagos Chocolate Museum and Garden Resort below.