Tuesday, June 17, 2008

How to get there ( General Santos City)

General Santos City serve as an inbound destination for the sights, sounds and culture of SOCSKSARGE. Air, sea and land trasport provides easy access to the key cities of the Philippines and the rest of the world. The city base to the Philippines second largest airport - in area and has one of the most modern seaports in the country today.

With a runway that can comfortably accommodate landings of the most modern wide bodied aircrafts, the GSC international Standard Airport can be reached direct from Manila, Cebu, Ilo-ilo.

Gensan's Makar Wharf is considered one of the best in the country. With a 740 meter docking lenght and a 19 meter width, the wharf connects the city to destinations within and outside of the Philippines. WG&A, and Sulpicio lines provides the route networking Gensan - Manado, Indonesian route for passenger and cargo traffic.

Inbound and around SOCSKSARGEN land travel is a fast, and convenient ride. With more than 400 passenger buses and jeepneys wielding routes within, to and from the growth region, getting to your pace of destination is a comfort.

The Pan-Philippines Highway links Gensan to other major cities in Mindanao and to the rest of the country.

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