REOPENED. Hundreds of people flock to the Asik-asik Falls in Barangay Dado, Alamada, North Cotabato for the reopening of the tourist spot on Thursday, Sept. 20. Access to the falls was closed for about two months due to road improvement and rehabilitation in the area. Photo courtesy of Boy Manangkil / Provincial Government of Cotabato
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