Sitting room overlooking mini rice terraces through glass door Kitchen to share with other guests and can be use to cook your own food


Logement entier

10 voyageurs

3 chambres

6 lits


Logement entier

10 voyageurs

3 chambres

6 lits

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Adultes
1
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Enfants
De 2 à 12 ans
0
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Bébés
- de 2 ans
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10 voyageurs au maximum. Les bébés ne sont pas pris en compte dans le nombre de voyageurs.
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À propos de ce logement

Guesthouse in Kiangan, Ifugao, Philippines overlooks a mini rice terraces. Kiangan is 8 hours bus trip from Manila, you can also travel to famous Banaue rice terraces from Kiangan in one hour and half. local contact can guide you to some of the heritage sites and observe cultural activities in Kiangan. They can also help with transport to various sites and act as local tour guide upon request and at your own cos

This town houses various historical and heritage sites like the Rice Terraces that is among the list of World Heritage Site
Places to see in Kiangan:
The Nagacadan rice terraces is one of the four terrace systems in Ifugao declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. With an expanse of approximately 10 hectares, it displays the Ifugaos' ingenuity harmony between man and nature. Experience this unique hike through the rice fields of Nagacadan in Kiangan and learn more about the ingenuous culture of the Ifugaos.

The Open Air Museum of Nagacadan you immerse into the world of the Ifugao farmers nowadays and their history. A comfortable pathway leads you through the rice fields,the villages and over the rivers of Nagacadan.

One of the main attractions other than the rice terraces is the presence of Kiangan Shrine. This place has its historic importance as this is the place where the Commander of the Japanese Imperial Army surrendered in 1945. This is also a major factor that contributes to the appeal of this town.
How to Get to Kiangan, Ifugao:
From the NAIA airport to Manila - Catch a taxi to Manila bus station depending on what time of arrival
From Manila to Kiangan , you can catch the Oyahami bus or the Coda line

OHAYAMI BUS is located at J.Fajardo St at Espanya Manila. 3 buses depart everynight. 9 pm and 10 pm for Banaue and 9:30 pm for Kiangan. the bus ticket is Php 400 one way. You better reserve in advance for this since the buses reach maximum passenger.


Le logement
Salles de bain : 2
Chambres : 3
Lits : 6
Arrivée : À partir de 14:00
Départ : 11:00
Type de logement : Logement entier

Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : 10€ / nuit après le premier voyageur
Réduction à la semaine : 5%

Description

Guesthouse in Kiangan, Ifugao, Philippines overlooks a mini rice terraces. Kiangan is 8 hours bus trip from Manila, you can also travel to famous Banaue rice terraces from Kiangan in one hour and half. local contact can guide you to some of the heritage sites and observe cultural activities in Kiangan. They can also help with transport to various sites and act as local tour guide upon request and at your own cos

This town houses various historical and heritage sites like the Rice Terraces that is among the list of World Heritage Site
Places to see in Kiangan:
The Nagacadan rice terraces is one of the four terrace systems in Ifugao declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. With an expanse of approximately 10 hectares, it displays the Ifugaos' ingenuity harmony between man and nature. Experience this unique hike through the rice fields of Nagacadan in Kiangan and learn more about the ingenuous culture of the Ifugaos.

The Open Air Museum of Nagacadan you immerse into the world of the Ifugao farmers nowadays and their history. A comfortable pathway leads you through the rice fields,the villages and over the rivers of Nagacadan.

One of the main attractions other than the rice terraces is the presence of Kiangan Shrine. This place has its historic importance as this is the place where the Commander of the Japanese Imperial Army surrendered in 1945. This is also a major factor that contributes to the appeal of this town.
How to Get to Kiangan, Ifugao:
From the NAIA airport to Manila - Catch a taxi to Manila bus station depending on what time of arrival
From Manila to Kiangan , you can catch the Oyahami bus or the Coda line

OHAYAMI BUS is located at J.Fajardo St at Espanya Manila. 3 buses depart everynight. 9 pm and 10 pm for Banaue and 9:30 pm for Kiangan. the bus ticket is Php 400 one way. You better reserve in advance for this since the buses reach maximum passenger.

This is an open plan house with 1 private bedroom and 2 dorm type of accommodation with veranda overlooking mini rice terraces.
Downstairs:
Kitchen, living room, private double bedroom, separate toilet and shower and veranda
Upstairs:
Dorm shared accommodation , 1 room for female and the other room is for male depending on the numbers.
Room 1 = 3 double beds to share for 6 people
Room 2 = 2 double bed to share for 4 people

There is outdoor basic facilities for washing and toilet

Guest can use kitchen but please ensure to switch off gas and electricity when not in use for your safety.
Please find my brother Thomas(Bong) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) my mother Felisa (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Inquire directly if you haven't heard from me in Pico, Kiangan. Ask local people to direct you to our house.

My mother or brother can coordinate a guide to take you to heritage sites or arrange transport, tour guide as requested. It is better to agree with cost of transport and tour guide before setting of to your itinerary. Host can leave you to explore the town by yourself or provide you with local knowledge. please be clear if you need a local guide or transport for all day or just half day or one trip.

Everyone knows each other in town. There is a local karaoke bar within 4 minutes reach but our house is not affected due to its location.

Request for private transport with the local host (Thomas) or use town transport jeeps and tricycle.
Kiangan Guide
Places to visit while in Kiangan – you can start with the trek to Nagacadan where you can find the UNESCO heritage rice terraces and experience this unique hike through the rice fields of Nagacadan and learn more about the ingenuous culture of the Ifugaos.

The rice terraces cluster of Barangay Nagacadan of Kiangan, Ifugao is a World Heritage Site, inscribed as a living cultural landscape. For visitors to fully appreciate this phenomenon and for the residents to fully harness the value of their being a heritage area, the living cultural landscape can be experienced as an Open Air Museum. This museum is featuring the salient elements of the Ifugao culture without being intrusive and exploitative, through the use of a number of control measures.

In the Open Air Museum of Nagacadan you immerse into the world of the Ifugao farmers nowadays and their history. A comfortable pathway leads you through the rice fields, the forests, the villages and over the rivers of Nagacadan. During the walk you will encounter several native houses and granaries where you can experience the Ifugao agri-culture with all your senses; you may listen to the Hud-Hud-Chants sung by the Ifugao women while harvesting the rice; you read about the different Ifugao rituals, closely correlated to the rice cycle – the basis of the Ifugaos livelihood; you enter a native house to know the traditional way of live; you try yourself to tie the rice bundles and make them ready for storage or to carve a Ifugao ceremonial figurine called Bulul. At the same time you’re surrounded by this unique landscape of the GIAHS and UNESCO World heritage site of Nagacadan. You’re accompanied by a local tour guide, who will explain you the history of the place. You may meet the friendly people of Nagacadan who enjoy to share their stories with you.
While in Bilong, Nagacadan, Kiangan, you can continue your adventure to see the biggest rock and enjoy the view from the top of the rock


There is a café called million dollar café in Bilong, Nagacadan that you can stop over before or after your trek to the rice terraces.

Your next stop from Bilong is a Gigantic memorial shrine to commemorate the end of World War II. It is a concrete pyramid type structure, which resembles an oversized Ifugao native house located at Linda, a sit-up of Kiangan. It depicts historical events from Filipino opposition, to the Death March and the role of the Ifugao and American troops in the defeat of General Yamashita. It could be used as a viewpoint of the Poblacion, other neighboring barangays and the capital town of Lagawe. The shrine is ten about 15 minutes’ walk from the centre of town.


Ifugao Museum in Kiangan
Across the lawn from the War Memorial Shrine is the Ifugao Museum, which houses an absorbing collection of Ifugao artefacts, from household utensils and headhunting bolos (machetes) to intricately carved pakko (wooden spoons). The centrepiece is a huddle of bulol (rice guardians).

Please be aware that most of the places to visit requires entrance fee

To get more information, you can visit the tourist information centre and take the opportunity to browse some arts and crafts for sale made by the locals.

If you have any more time to spare and fancy a visit to a local resort then Ann’s Aqua resort in Baguinge which is 10 minutes’ drive form the centre of town.

Places to eat:
Kiangan:
Samy’s restaurant
Sun dance café

Lagawe, Ifugao (15 minutes’ drive away within 4.6 Miles from Kiangan)
There are more options of restaurants in the capital town of Lagawe, here you can find restaurants that serve:
Pizza, Spaghetti, pancakes, traditional Filipino food like Martinez reaturant, lechon manok and more choices of restaurants


From Bilong, Nagacadan, depending on what you want to do in one day, you can stop by Linda, a sitio in Kianagn to visit the Yamashita shrine if not, you can save this visit for another day and have picnic.

Philippine War Memorial Shrine (Yamashita Shrine)

Please inform Thomas your time of arrival
You can contact him on : (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)


Règlement intérieur
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 14:00

Please keep the house clean and tidy


Annulations

Strictes

Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.


Disponibilité
Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

L'adresse exacte est communiquée uniquement lorsque la réservation est confirmée.

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Profil utilisateur de Cynthia
mars 2016
The mother and brother were very welcoming and helpful, kind and happy to assist and very trusting. Place was clean and homey. even if I paid an extra 1800 it was worth it and I think Airbnb billed the stay so cheap so I don't mind paying extra to her . Place was quiet and accessible to market. Even if there was no shower heater its ok we were allowed to use a large kettle to heat water. Hope to meet Adeline in the future . This was a nice experience.

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Originally from the Philippines, I have been living in the UK since 2000 and work as a healthcare project manager.

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