Abang Falls

Bangui, Ilocos Norte

Abang Falls are located in Brgy. Lanao, Bangui, Ilocos Norte. The falls cascade like the Hinulugang Taktak in Rizal and is accessible by jeepney from the Bangui townproper.

Abang Falls News

  • Apayao Cave Summit On

    Tourism and environment will merge.

    A regional cave summit is set on Friday, April 21, putting safety, environmental protection and tourism at the forefront as the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources lead the one day event.

    Apayao tourism officer Rebecca Tamaken Mamba said the summit aims to raise awareness on cave protection and promotions.

    The summit is a first for the province which gathers cave enthusiasts, guides, tourism officers and line agencies to highlight concerns on the caves in the province.

    Mamba added the summit will op ...

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    Beyond Bicol's iconic Mount Mayon and equally popular dishes like pinangat and bicol express and pili ice cream, there you'll find places that locals rave about and would want to show and share with visitors whenever there is a chance.

    Some of them are new ecotourism destinations in Albay such as these enumerated below.

    Quitinday Hills and Nature Park

    Hiking the hills of Quitinday is a short walk from the ground, past the gentle slopes and through the four peaks. At the top is a panoramic view of a vast hilly terrain. Their forms vary, and while not as conical and symmetrical, resembl ...

  • Island Hopping Around Hilutungan Channel Visiting Pockets Of Heaven Adrenaline Romance

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  • Waiting for the falls at Abang Falls

    Yep, you read it right. Actually, the flock and I were desperate to experience a big drop of water from Abang Falls (Abang literally means "wait") in Bangui, Ilocos Norte that time. And so, our impatience led us to a funny misadventure. Here's why.

    When we're out to do some grocery at the Bangui's town proper, we saw a tarpaulin promoting Abang Falls. It showed the fall's five basins and directional map. We've decided to give it a try.

    We got there after 3 kilometers of travel from National Highway. At the entrance, there's a hut with signs indicating entrance fee worth 10 pesos for adul ...

  • Waiting For The Falls At Abang Falls

    Yep you read it right. Actually, the flock and I were desperate to experience a big drop of water from Abang Falls (Abang literally means "wait") in Bangui, Ilocos Norte that time. And so, our impatience led us to a funny misadventure. Here's why.

    When we're out to do some grocery at the Bangui's town proper, we saw a tarpaulin promoting Abang Falls. It showed the fall's five basins and directional map. We've decided to give it a try.

    We got there after 3 kilometers of travel from National Highway. At the entrance, there's a hut with signs indicating entrance fee worth 10 pesos for adult ...

  • Florencios Place a Grandfathers Legacy

    Ilocano Genghis Abad may practice dentistry, but growing up helping with the family business ventures trained him early on in entrepreneurship. His family had a gas station business which started in the 1950s (and remains a main source of income to this day), as well as a restaurant and mini bus.

    "Although I don't have a business degree, I had hands-on training in the service industry," he says, recalling his first job assignments as gasoline boy and bus conductor.

    His latest venture, Florencio's Hotel, is also a family business, built on the property beside their gas station. "We starte ...