Malaybalay

Malaybalay CityCity of Malaybalay, BukidnonMailag, MalaybalayManagok, Malaybalay City
', officially the ' (Dakbayan sa Malaybalay; Bukid: Banuwa ta Malaybalay) or simply referred to as Malaybalay City, is a province of, .wikipedia
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Valencia, Bukidnon

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The city, dubbed as the "South Summer Capital of the Philippines", is bordered north by Impasugong; west by Lantapan; south by Valencia City and San Fernando; and east by Cabanglasan and Agusan del Sur. It is bounded in the east by the municipality of Cabanglasan and the Pantaron Range, which separates Bukidnon from the provinces of Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte; on the west by the municipality of Lantapan and Mount Kitanglad; on the north by the municipality of Impasugong; and on the south by Valencia City and the municipality of San Fernando.
The territory that now comprises the city of Valencia is combined from thirteen Barangays of the City of Malaybalay, Bukidnon.

San Fernando, Bukidnon

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The city, dubbed as the "South Summer Capital of the Philippines", is bordered north by Impasugong; west by Lantapan; south by Valencia City and San Fernando; and east by Cabanglasan and Agusan del Sur. It is bounded in the east by the municipality of Cabanglasan and the Pantaron Range, which separates Bukidnon from the provinces of Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte; on the west by the municipality of Lantapan and Mount Kitanglad; on the north by the municipality of Impasugong; and on the south by Valencia City and the municipality of San Fernando.
It is bounded in the north by Malaybalay City and Cabanglasan, in the east by the municipality of Talaingod, Davao del Norte in the south by Davao City and North Cotabato province; and in the west by Quezon and Valencia City.

Lantapan, Bukidnon

Lantapan
The city, dubbed as the "South Summer Capital of the Philippines", is bordered north by Impasugong; west by Lantapan; south by Valencia City and San Fernando; and east by Cabanglasan and Agusan del Sur. It is bounded in the east by the municipality of Cabanglasan and the Pantaron Range, which separates Bukidnon from the provinces of Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte; on the west by the municipality of Lantapan and Mount Kitanglad; on the north by the municipality of Impasugong; and on the south by Valencia City and the municipality of San Fernando.
It used to be a barrio of Malaybalay City until its creation, by virtue of Republic Act No. 4787 enacted on 18 June 1968, as a separate municipality.

Cabanglasan, Bukidnon

Cabanglasan
The city, dubbed as the "South Summer Capital of the Philippines", is bordered north by Impasugong; west by Lantapan; south by Valencia City and San Fernando; and east by Cabanglasan and Agusan del Sur. It is bounded in the east by the municipality of Cabanglasan and the Pantaron Range, which separates Bukidnon from the provinces of Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte; on the west by the municipality of Lantapan and Mount Kitanglad; on the north by the municipality of Impasugong; and on the south by Valencia City and the municipality of San Fernando.
The town was once a Barangay of the capital town, Malaybalay.

Lumad

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In 1850, Kalasungay (an old settlement site in Malaybalay), was burned down by the Spanish during their final battle with the lumads, in which all male adults were killed and the women and children were taken as hostages.
The Bukidnons have rich musical and oral traditions which are celebrated annually in Malaybalay city's Kaamulan Festival, with other tribes in Bukidnon (the Manobo tribes, the Higaonon, Matigsalug, Talaandig, Umayamnom, and the Tigwahanon).

Sumilao, Bukidnon

Sumilao
Before the final conquest of the central part of Mindanao (Bukidnon area), Sumilao, Linabo, Mailag and Silae has been established by Spanish missionaries (Dominicans and Jesuits).
It is situated between the two growth centers of the province, Manolo Fortich and the City of Malaybalay.

Bukid language

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', officially the ' (Dakbayan sa Malaybalay; Bukid: Banuwa ta Malaybalay) or simply referred to as Malaybalay City, is a province of, . According to the, it has a population of people.
The dialect of Malaybalay, in the Pulangi area, is considered to be the prestige and standard variety.

Kaamulan

Kaamulan Festival
Malaybalay City is the venue of the Kaamulan Festival, held annually from mid-February to March 10.
Kaamulan Festival is an ethnic cultural festival held annually in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon in the Philippines from the second half of February to March 10, the anniversary date of the foundation of Bukidnon as a province in 1917.

Mount Kitanglad

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It is bounded in the east by the municipality of Cabanglasan and the Pantaron Range, which separates Bukidnon from the provinces of Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte; on the west by the municipality of Lantapan and Mount Kitanglad; on the north by the municipality of Impasugong; and on the south by Valencia City and the municipality of San Fernando.
It is located between Malaybalay City and the municipalities of Lantapan, Impasugong, Sumilao, and Libona.

Northern Mindanao

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The original inhabitants of Malaybalay come from the seashores of Northern Mindanao (Misamis Oriental area) but were driven towards the mountains because of pirates and the arrival of Spanish colonizers.
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Bukidnon State University

Bukidnon State University (BSU)
Bukidnon State University (abbreviated as BSU; colloquially referred to as BukSU) is a state university located in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Malaybalay

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Malaybalay is the center of the Diocese of Malaybalay which covers the province of Bukidnon (except for the municipality of Malitbog which is under the Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro), the municipality of Wao, Lanao del Sur, and Brgy.
Saint Isidore the Farmer Cathedral, Malaybalay City

Casisang

Casisang (Binukid: Baranggay ta Kasisang) is the most populous of the 46 barangays of Malaybalay.

Sawaga River

Sawaga
Folk etymology has it that when Spanish explorers came to the central portion of the province in the late 18th century, they met children playing at the lower part of the Sawaga.
Majority of its catchment area is located in Malaybalay City.

Dean Conant Worcester

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The Philippine Commission then headed by Commissioner Dean C. Worcester, Secretary of Interior and a member of the Philippine Commission proposed the separation of Bukidnon from Misamis Oriental Province.
In addition to the corporate Diklum Ranch, Worcester also managed his own ranch located in Barangay Dalwangan, Malaybalay.

Leandro Locsin

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;Monastery of Transfiguration: The City's 25-year Monastery of Transfiguration on San Jose hill, is made of heavy lime blocks, designed by National Artist for architecture Leandro Locsin.
Locsin's last work was also a church in Malaybalay, Bukidnon.

Marawi

Marawi CityDansalanIslamic City of Marawi
Marawi, Philippines
The city is also called the "Summer Capital of the South" because of its higher elevation and cooler climate, a nickname it shares with Malaybalay, which legally holds the title.

Rio Grande de Mindanao

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The Pulangi River then extends through the Cotabato provinces as the Rio Grande de Mindanao and to Cotabato City, where it empties into Illana Bay.

Elenito Galido

Elenito Galido – bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Iligan
Elenito delos Reyes Galido (April 18, 1953; Malaybalay City, Bukidnon – December 5, 2017) was a Filipino bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Iligan, an ecclesiastical jurisdiction covering the whole province of Lanao del Norte and the city of Iligan in the Philippines.

Sangguniang Panlungsod

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The City is administered by the City Mayor together with the Vice Mayor and the Sangguniang Panlungsod.

Davao City

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Buses that ply the Cagayan de Oro City, General Santos City, and Davao City route, as well as jeepneys, multi-cabs, vans and private vehicles pass through this highway.
The city is accessible by bus from several points in Mindanao such as Cotabato, Kidapawan, General Santos, Digos, Koronadal, Isulan, Tagum, Tandag, Bislig, Malaybalay, Mati, Monkayo, Malita, Cagayan de Oro, Butuan, and Surigao.

Sayre Highway

Sayre National Highway
The urban areas are generally found on the confines of the Sayre Highway that traverses the city.

Butuan

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The other is the by-pass road from Dalwangan to San Jose with a total stretch of 15 km. The Butuan City-Malaybalay Road becomes the secondary road, which is scheduled to complete in the future (bus trips from Butuan to Malaybalay via Esperanza, Agusan del Sur will soon to operate).
Long distance routes also include cities of Manila, Ormoc, Legazpi, Tacloban, Surigao, Tandag, Bislig (Mangagoy), Davao City, Tagum, Cagayan de Oro, Carmen, Balingoan, Gingoog and Malaybalay.

Cagayan de Oro

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Buses that ply the Cagayan de Oro City, General Santos City, and Davao City route, as well as jeepneys, multi-cabs, vans and private vehicles pass through this highway. The nearest seaports and airports are in Cagayan de Oro City, which is 91 kilometers away.
The Eastbound integrated Bus Terminal (Agora) also known as Market City offers regular landtrips to and from eastern municipalities of Misamis Oriental or eastern part of Mindanao including Balingoan and Gingoog, Carmen, Nasipit, Butuan (change buses travel to Surigao City), Bukidnon including Central or Southern portion of Mindanao such us Malaybalay and Valencia, Davao City, Kabacan, Tacurong and General Santos.

Gerald Tabios

Gerald Tabios - elite endurance athlete
Gerald Tabios was born in Bukidnon, Malaybalay City, Philippines on 12 September 1969.