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Giant Fan!

The Bangui windmills is a giant fan for me. It is a cool place you could relax! Nice view to take... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
CharlotteLimboya12
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Tanza, Philippines
"In to my Bucket list , a big check!"

After long hours of drive going to north, it's really worth it seeing this gigantic windmills... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
roarthunder25
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Pampanga Province, Philippines
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Bangui windmills is a giant fan for me. It is a cool place you could relax! Nice view to take pictures.

Thank CharlotteLimboya12
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After long hours of drive going to north, it's really worth it seeing this gigantic windmills,, imagine how province of Ilocos can save electricity because of these windmills...

Thank roarthunder25
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is so amazing that the attempt of a province to be eco-friendly produces another source of income for its locals. It became as one of main attraction in pagudpud. The whole country side is lined with white windmills that you can actually get close...More

Thank Lenanggala
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

The windmills are so beautiful! If you happen to be in the north don't skip this one, it will be worth you time and effort! The beach is beautiful and the there was a lot of food stands to satisfy your hunger. You will need...More

Thank HaroldDtraveller
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

This was the highlight of our trip to Ilocos Norte. I've seen windmills in other countries before but never this close. You can drive to the beach and walk right next to a windmill or take a picture with a row of windmills behind you...More

Thank DRDawson
Reviewed May 14, 2017

Amazing site all along the northern coast of Luzon. Seems to go on forever. I don't know where all the electricity generated are going and what the environmental effects of all these towers will be.

Thank ShilohinBC
Reviewed May 13, 2017

Amazing how these structures contribute in giving power to the Ilocos region. We passed by the solar panels on the way. It's a pity electricity cost is still high over that area. We came late afternoon so we didnt get enough good shots.

Thank 6JenY
Reviewed May 9, 2017

For me, it is amazing to see these towering wind mills as you drive up to Pagudpod. It is worth making a quick stop. Be careful though and select your parking spot carefully. Our vehicles got stuck in the sand so we needed to request...More

Thank xenebugsy
Reviewed May 1, 2017

Travelling to Ilocos Norte, this is a MUST SEE attraction. You will appreciate how it is structured, the history and its purpose. Tourists and locals do visit this place for picture opportunity. You will see the sea and observe the waves. NOT SAFE FOR SWIMMING...More

Thank sandracyu
Reviewed April 30, 2017

The gigantic windmills standing straight and tall...tells us a lot more than the whispering waves of the beach that seems to caress the combination of pebbles and sand that stretches along the distant hills where you can see hundreds of windmills busy doing their jobs...More

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Zen B
How do i get there via public transportation?
August 17, 2016|
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Response from 24Ceecee | Reviewed this property |
Hello Zen B, It depends where you are coming from, if you are coming from Manila, there are several options you can choose from.
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Zen B
How do i get there via public transportation?
August 17, 2016|
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Response from IOMSiang | Reviewed this property |
by bus, they have a bus area where many bus company gather in few street, for mine experience, i just use google map and walk as far as i could, there are tricycle any area of Philippine, last time i just rent a bike in... More
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