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Two great locations for a stroll

There are actually two seperate attractions here side by side which have ended up in a mixture of... read more

Reviewed May 22, 2022
Hungry-sailor86
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San Fernando La Union, Philippines
via mobile
Worth it

This place is very beautiful. You can learn many things and you can also see many work of arts in... read more

Reviewed February 21, 2021
kden28
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Baguio, Philippines
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Reviewed August 8, 2016

Visited the place with my fiancee last June. There are a lot of interesting Stone Arts. However, I noticed that most visitors that day are not really interested in Arts. Some teenagers are there not to appreciate the art but to court the girls they are with. You can hear people talking about other people and not really about the art they are supposed to look at. Some visitors are sitting on those artistically wooden sculpture bench which could have been Picture Perfect with a good backdrop.

Not suitable for kids however since there are sculptured stones that replicate the human reproductive organ. Also saw a couple of Turtles doing the deed; with a smile.

Place could have been better if there are guides around to at least give you a proper tour and to make sure visitors don't violate the artworks.. But for 20 Pesos entrance fee, i guess that was fair..

Date of experience: June 2016
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Reviewed July 14, 2016 via mobile

Some fascinating stone sculpture and installations. Artisans working on mosaic on floor. Get a guide. I was on moron cycle with no internet so signage was an issue

Date of experience: July 2016
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Reviewed June 23, 2016 via mobile

The place is good especially for those people who like taking pictures. The scenery is beautiful especially the beach. There are a lot of stones but it's not allowed to get stones as a souvenir. The entrance fee is cheap you need to pay 20 pesos (less than .50 dollar)

Date of experience: June 2016
Thank MicahEslava
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Reviewed June 6, 2016 via mobile

It is my second visit here and have notice a lot of improvements. More stone carvings are displayed. The souvenir store also offers not only tshirts but also mini pots made of stone! At the entrance is a good painting welcoming each visitor. What I mostly appreciate here are the antique collections! I love those items...it reminds me of my younger days!

Date of experience: March 2016
Thank menojascastro
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Reviewed May 29, 2016

A real unique attraction that made use of the abundance of beach pebbles in the area. The house of stone (bahay na bato in Tagalog or balay nga bato in Ilocano) is really just a basic structure with no partitions in the interiors. However, the designers made good use of the stones as the main construction material in combination with the artistic rock creations of a Korean national helping the property owners in developing the attraction. It was worth the hour's drive sans traffic from San Fernando City, La Union.

Recommended route to the attraction is via Bacnotan, La Union. It's the town after San Juan, La Union, famous for surfing. At the Bacnotan town proper look for the roadsign of Holcim Cement on the left. Take the route going westward till you see the Holcim Cement Factory near the Bacnotan coastal road, take the right and head north for about 15 kilometers. Go past the Darigayos Cove, and if you want some assurance you're on the right track, ask any of the locals on the roadside for directions and they are more than willing to help. The signage of the attraction is on the left side.

On your way back to San Fernando City, La Union or San Juan, take the route via Luna Town proper. From the attraction's exit, take the left, go straight until you reach the town proper of Luna. At the main intersection, take the right going to Balaoan, La Union. At the National Highway (aka Manila North Road), take the right, go past Bacnotan and that will take you back to San Fernando or San Juan.

Date of experience: May 2016
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