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Dipnaysupuan Japanese Tunnel

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History for everyone

This 5-door tunnel, complete with a series of chambers, a bunker that serves as a lookout spot, and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
terrifictraveller91
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Manila, Philippines
Interesting Cave

Just a short tunnel, the exit is a little bit tricky not to hit your head on the upper beam. Its... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2018
Bing P
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Cebu City, Philippines
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| Tukon Hills, Basco, Luzon 3900, Philippines
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Who would have thought that Batanes is the first place that the Japanese occupied during world war? This place is a reminiscent of that era because the Ivatans were forced to dig this tunnel. It has five exits but I don’t think they offer tours...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This 5-door tunnel, complete with a series of chambers, a bunker that serves as a lookout spot, and a water reservoir, was constructed during the Japanese occupation as a shelter house for soldiers. Be careful inside, wear proper head gear if available to avoid hitting...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

this world ware 2 tunnel is a marvel. although it is a short tunnel you can feel how it was back in the day and lots of history to be learned

Thank Paulo M
Reviewed 27 May 2018

Just a short tunnel, the exit is a little bit tricky not to hit your head on the upper beam. Its dark inside, you need to have a flashlight ready.

Thank Bing P
Reviewed 9 May 2018

Not much to see here but try it as then you have been in a tunnel from WWWII. If you like this the try the tunnels outside HCM city

Thank kmittag
Reviewed 26 April 2018

a so-so place to take pic--and cool inside---be careful --wear comfy flats to walk around-- bring small flashlight/camera light---Careful---headbump for those above 5 feet !!

Thank GraceSanJuan
Reviewed 16 April 2018

Again, when visiting a place it pays to know some of the history. Batanes is full of history, history that made the place much more enchanting and this place is one of them. This will be one of the highlights of your tour if you...More

Thank theronpasi
Reviewed 16 April 2018

A place where you get a glimpse of the Japanese occupation in the Ivatan region. The tour of the tunnel was quite short, but rich in historical information.

Thank Mjoyfuljoy
Reviewed 22 March 2018

It always gives me the creeps every time I visit any Japanese tunnel. But it is still interesting. I always imagine how it was during World War II.

Thank 77Raine27
Reviewed 12 March 2018

Dipnaysupuan Japanese tunnel is an interconnected network of various tunnels located in Tukon Hills, Batanes. These tunnels served as a shelter for the Japanese forces during the Japanese occupation in the Philippines until the end of World War II. During our tour we walked through...More

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