Famous for its seafood, Tangub City is located in the southern coast of Misamis Occidental.
It is bounded on the north by Ozamis City, on the east and south by Panguil Bay, on the west
by the town of Bonifacio. It has a total land area of 162.8 square kilometers most of which are rural areas. The city is
accessible by air and sea via airport and seaport of Ozamis City. It is also accessible by land through the National Road.
Among the three cities of Misamis Oriental, Tangub is the least populated. Majority of the people speak Cebuano.
Roman Catholics outnumber members of other religion. The city celebrates the Christmas Lantern Festival during the whole month of December.
Tangub City is a third class city. Farming and fishing are the main sources of income except in the city
center where the dominant economic activity is wholesale and retail trading. Rice, corn, and coconut are the main farm products. Rge Technolofy and Livelihood Development
Center in Barangay Maloro has been established as a venue for enterprise development.
Tangub city has the potential to become a magnet for investment in commercial production of high value crops, livestock,
and poultry. Mariculture and fish processing are also investment option in the city. Other enterprises that can be put up are seaweed processing plants, organic textile
factories, furniture and decorative items, and the development of halal foods.
Places of Interest / Tourist Attractions in Tangub City
- Crocodile Farm
- Hoyohoy Highland park - located at the foot of Mount Malindang
- Handurawan Museum
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