Estosan Garden

Gov. Guttierez St, Cotabato City, Mindanao, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cotabato City

Bye to Boracay

A travel blog entry by wizzi_woo

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... car and busies himself to quickly rectify the problem. I walk around searching for somewhere that might have a toilet. I do not find one. Or a suitable bush. I go back to the car and think to myself that it's lucky I did leave that little bit early. The guy has fixed the problem in no time and we're on our way again. We reach the airport and dive straight out the van in search of the toilet. It was one of those 'ahhhhh' ones. I ...

Missing the Mountain, amongst other things

A travel blog entry by wizzi_woo

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... negative stirrings. How the hell was I supposed to get past them without them looking at me? Luckily, after some time, they trotted off onto the otherside of the road and I power walked past (not wanting to run incase they thought it was a game and chased me). Shortly after, I began to approach the quad bike headquarters again and prepared myself for more questions. When I got there there was no sign of any quad bikes or mouthy quad bike leaders. Only a ...

Backpacking from Luzon to Mindanao

A travel blog entry by karenv

Out of necessity and circumstances (read: no funds), my brother and I embarked on a backpacking trip which took several days from Puerto Princesa to Mindanao. We could have taken the easier route of flying via Manila but what is the fun in that (read: we couldn't afford it). We were supposed to be in Sultan sa Barongis, Cotabato for an on-the-job training as well as for our thesis. To reach Cotabato, we took a ferry from ...

Cotabato to Marawi

A travel blog entry by londone7

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Leaving the Sultan Hassan Mosque we drove back into Cotabato City (actually a town) to find the bus terminal. Although the town is not that big it is a bit built up in the small centre

The town was striking in the many peace initiative banners and artwork placed prominently all over town. This region was a hotbed ...

The Philippines Largest Mosque - Sultan Hassan

A travel blog entry by londone7

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Cotabato City as its called is not really a city and just a small town you can drive thru in ten minutes. It captured my attention as recently they had built the largest Mosque in the Philippines. It was funded by the Sultan of Brunei and is said to cost $48 Million Dollars.

Cotabato is not a tourist destination due to the ...

Location

This hotel is located on Gov. Guttierez St, Cotabato City.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Estosan Garden Cotabato City

2.50 of 5 stars Fair