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this is the third time to see the windmills, still fascinated! too many windmills to capture and all looks well maintained. just looking at it while hearing the waves, purely wow!
improvements are noted this time. cemented road,lot of clean comfort rooms and dining...More
It was a very hot day but we just had to go down and have photos taken here. The windmills by the sea were awesome to watch and I loved the smell of the ocean. The spot was open to the public yet it was...More
Its an awesome experience and saw like a big fan 😂 we went there at 5:30 in the evening because we do not want to go in the afternoon because the weather is so hot. This is my first time to visit Bagui Windmill at...More
Im so excited to see the wind mills. I thought its not that big by far. Its just difficult to take pictures with the windmills because it was crowded of tourist coz its holy week. Souvenirs here were cheap.
The Bangui windmills are worth visiting when you are in Ilocos Norte. Appreciate the science, engineering and design behind it.
Tip: choose the main entrance point (the one with an established proper signage) that lands you on the seashore where you can appreciate the windmills...More
If you are travelling down the coast then stop in and check out the wind farm. You won't get much from it, rather just take in the beautiful scenery and walk along the beach. It is really very beautiful. It is free entry, if you...More
It is great to see the Philippines having renewable energy, and I can understand that this is a huge novelty for locals, but it's an eyesore on what could be an otherwise nice beach.
Perhaps that in itself makes it a tourist attraction. The rest...More
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I suggest u go first in the north. What we did is inuna namin ang pagudpud then laoag then last stop ang vigan. Kaya naman itour lahat ng sites within one city in a halfday. Marami namang inn sa pagudpud where u can choose... More
I suggest u go first in the north. What we did is inuna namin ang pagudpud then laoag then last stop ang vigan. Kaya naman itour lahat ng sites within one city in a halfday. Marami namang inn sa pagudpud where u can choose and the good thing is magkakapitbahay lang sila. If u're not tight on budget ill suggest hannah's or saud. You can go to the windmills, lighthouse, the kapurpurawan rock formation and dont miss the patapat viaduct(unahin nyo to since it's in the farthest part of pagudpud). Sa laoag nman paoay church, sunken bell tower, malacanang palace of the north, museum na malapit sa sunken bell tower and ofcourse sabd dunes which is the highlight. We stayed in isabel suites which was nice pawala wala nga lang ang wifi. For vigan nman ill suggest pottery making, calle crisologo and baluarte.