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Festivals In Maasin City

Sakay-sakay Festival

Fluvial Parade in honor of Sr. Sto. Niño w/ street dancing and merrymaking.

National Arts Month Celebration

A celebration of Culture & Arts thru programs and contests

Pabulhon Festival & City Fiesta

A two week long festivities and music w/ street dancing portraying the local culture and arts of Maasin City in celebration of cooperativism of the people during planting & harvest of palay. Celebrated on city charter day and city fiesta

Palaro ng Lahi

A week long city employees week sports & talents competitions where local games sports are confested

Parol Festival

A festival of Christmas decorative stars of local materials. A yearly activities that starts on the 3rd week and ends on the 2nd week of the following month.

Pension/Lodging House In Maasin City

Ampil Pensionne House
Abgao, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 570-8084

DW Pensionne
Abgao, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 381-3336

Espa Lodging House

Ibarra, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 381-2289

Floi-Quin Pension & Cafe
Tagnipa, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 570-8896

Gloria Beach Resort

Ibarra, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 381-4269

GV Pensionne

Abgao, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 570-8481

Maasin Country Lodge
Mambajao, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 381-2120

Souther Comfort Pensionne
Abgao, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 570-9878

Where To Dine In Maasin City

Alegria’s Ocean View
Mantahn, Maasin City
Tel. No, (053) 570-8656

Hobie’s Fastfood
Tunga2x, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 381-3947

Kinamot Abgao
Abgao, Maasin City
Te. No. (053) 381-3878

Kyle’s Restaurant
Tunga2x, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 570-9936

Superchow Garden Cafe
Asuncion, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 570-8146

Valtevian Restaurant
Tunga2x, Maasin City
Tel. No. (053) 381-2476

Vhan’s Crispy Chicken
Tagnipa, Maasin City

City of Maasin

Legend has it that Ferdinand Magellan on his way from Limasawa to Cebu in 1521 dropped by Canturing and Combado rivers for fresh water supply. His men found the taste of the water salty, thus the name MAASIN. The Jesuits founded the Maasin settlement in 1700. It became a town in 1755, part of the Leyte province. When Southern Leyte was created in 1960, Maasin was made the provincial capital and seat of the lone congressional district. Maasin was elevated to city status on August 10, 2000 by virtue of RA 8796, ratified overwhelming by Maasinhons in a plebiscite. The first city mayor and incumbent chief executive is Damian G. Mercado.

No. of Barangays: 70
Land Area: 266.78 sq. kms.
Population: 85,000
Religion: Predominatly Catholic
Dialect: Cebuano
Feastday: August 15
Patrones: Our Lady of The Assuption
City Charter Day: August 10

Getting to Maasin
Maasin City can be reaches from Cebu City thru nightly inter-island overnight boat trips. The fastest and most convenient is by two-hour Tacloban-Sogod-Maasin route. Air-conditioned vans, multi-cabs, pedicabs and motorcabs complement ordinary buses and jeepneys as modes of transportation for Maasinhons. A multi-million, ultra modern bus terminal cum market, mall, recreation, arts and culture center of the latest design is the flagship project of City Mayor Damian G. Mercado.