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LIV SUPER CLUB Cagayan de oro

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Clubbing will never be the same in the city that never sleeps this Friday, November 25, 2016 as LIV SUPER CLUB, the biggest luxury club in Visayas and Mindanao will open its doors for party goers in Cagayan de Oro City inside Limketkai Complex. And guess what, there will be NO ENTRANCE FEE for the soft opening day! The event will feature the city’s top DJs with Red Maningo, Miss J, RB Banaag and MC RFunk and LIV Super Club Cebu’s resident DJ – CharlZ.

LIV SUPER CLUB Cagayan de oro

According to an article on, Cagayan de Oro is “Safer Than You Think”. is a home page for the world’s business leaders and the No. 1 business news source in the world and among the most trusted resources for senior business executives. The article is published by Ralph Jennings.

Quoted from Ralph Jennings’ article:

“Yet when you ask common people in Cagayan de Oro whether they feel safe, you get a unanimous yes. People in the industrial port city of 675,000 recall just one deadly attack, a 2013 bombing that was possibly the work of rebels. Mosques and churches normally co-exist and a lot of the Muslims in Cagayan de Oro came specifically to find a safe place to live. People pack the malls, restaurants and downtown parks. They’re more concerned about making a living than making it out alive. You see foreign backpackers walking around with their heads high.”

Cagayan de oro now studying traffic plan for SM CDO2 Premier’s opening next year

screenshot from Project LUPAD’s aerial video

Cagayan de Oro City Promotions and Investments Officer Eileen San Juan has disclosed during a recent business forum that the city government is now studying a new traffic scheme along CM Recto Avenue and Osmeña Street in preparation for the opening of SM CDO2 Premier set sometime in May 2017 next year.

Many motorists and commuters in the city have already foreseen the worsening traffic condition once SM’s second mall opens next year. This plan is commendable as the government can get inputs from all stakeholders at this early. The traffic plan should include but not limited to provisions or identification of loading and unloading areas for PUJs, taxi lanes, no parking areas, PUJ and motorela routes, truck routes, pedestrian crossing, even posting of traffic signs and notices, among others.

Keep posted.