Koronadal

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South Cotabato

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WGS 1984, Lat/Long

GADM

0.9 (2008?)

Description: 
Koronadal City (6'24 to 6'34 N, 124'47 to 124'58 E) is situated in the northeastern part of the area of South Cotabato. It lies in a valley between two mountain goes, the Roxas Mountain Range on the southwest and the Quezon Mountain Range on the upper east. It is limited by the regions of Tantangan on the northwest, Lutayan on the upper east, Banga on the southwest and Tupi and Tampakan on the southeast. More than half of Koronadal's territory is level to delicately slanting, while 42.24% is tenderly inclining to sloping. Just around 7.58% is steep landscape. Koronadal's dirt is for the most part sandy topsoil, aside from in Barangay Paraiso which has for the most part mud soil. The major farming results of Koronadal are rice, corn, coconut and palm oil, and its modern items are wood and bamboo creates, rural hardware, and cutflowers. There are 50 web bistros, 3 cellular telephone administration suppliers, and 3 landline telephone administration suppliers in the city. The South Cotabato Electric Cooperative (SOCOTECO) supplies the city's power while the Koronadal Water District supplies its water. The city is additionally home to 3 transport organizations, including the Yellow Bus Lines, Inc., the real transport line handling the SOCCSKSARGEN-Davao del Sur courses. Different method for transportation in the city are traveler vans, jeepneys, multicabs and tricycles, and in addition skylabs.