The 18-hectare farm in Barangay Banahaw, Malungon, Sarangani used to be home for more than a thousand fighting cocks and cockfighting events. But after Pacquiao's lifestyle change, the farm is now empty, save for the mango trees.
The 7-bedroom mansion in Barangay Lagao reportedly cost over P30 million. This is where Pacquiao's famed swimming pool shaped like a boxing glove is found.
Pacquiao and his family stay in this bigger mansion along Salvani St. when they are in General Santos City.
Kee's Cafe, named after Pacquiao's wife Jinkee, offers breakfast buffet to hotel guests. Jinkee is often seen here when the couple is in General Santos City.
Pacquiao's first venture into the hotel industry, the Roadhaus Hotel opened in May 2012. It has 40 rooms.
One of 2 branches in General Santos City. A Hermes bag worth P400,000 was once sold in this branch.
The River of God community church, which Pacquiao frequents for church service, is found at the JMP Building 2. The area used to be called JMix Restobar, but it has been converted to a fellowship center.
A digital printing shop owned by Pacquiao is found at the ground floor of the JMP Building 2.
Pacquiao has 3 branches of this water refilling station in General Santos City. It was his first business venture in the city.
Another branch of the famed Davao brand BluGre Coffee is found at Robinson's Place GenSan.
The only branch of Team Pacquiao in General Santos City is found at Robinson's Place GenSan. The novelty store carries Pacquiao merchandise and memorabilia.
Pacquiao is part-owner of the BluGre Coffee branch inside SM City GenSan.
A world-class fitness gym, complete with a boxing ring, is found at the JMP Arcade. As of January 2013, the building is still under construction.
One of 2 branches of Jinkee's Fashion World, which sells women's clothes and bags, is found at the KCC Mall.
Pacquiao and his wife own a franchise of Flawless, a face and body clinic, located at the 2nd floor of KCC Mall.
Pacquiao's first venture into leasing.
One of 3 branches of Pacman H2O in General Santos City.
Phoenix's 100th gas station in the province was bought by Pacquiao in 2009.
The 2-storey, 300-square-meter mansion, given by Pacquiao to his mother as a gift in 2010, is reportedly worth P7 million.
The water refilling station Pacman H2O is dubbed the "Pambansang Tubig".
Amid juggling boxing and politics, Pacquiao shows that has not forgotten his love for basketball. Epic scrimmages of the Pacquiao-owned MP Warriors are held in the multi-purpose gym, which covers around 1-hectare of land in Tambler.