Maligcong Rice Terraces

Bontoc, Mountain Province

Maligcong Rice Terraces are located in Maligcong, Bontoc, Mountain Province. Considered as the pride of the people of Maligcong, the Maligcong Rice Terraces is known for its stone walls which make the terraces more stable and stand erosion.

Upon reaching the turning point of Maligcong, one can already see the Maligcong Rice Terraces. There is no entrance fee for visiting the Maligco ...

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  • Searching For Hidden Treasure In The Magical Place Of Bontoc

    Searching For Hidden Treasure In The Magical Place Of Bontoc

    It is said that there is treasure hidden within the centuries-old rice terraces in Bontoc, Mountain Province.

    What it is, or where it's hidden is a mystery tackled by the Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho team in its latest episode.

    Maligcong Rice Terraces

    In the search for the hidden treasure, one may come across the largest rice terraces in Bontoc, the Maligcong Rice Terraces. It is listed under the UNESCO World Heritage.

    Thought to be about 2000 years old by now, the Maligcong Rice Terraces is made of stones, making it more stable than the Banaue Rice Terraces.

    And at the middle of it l ...

  • Maligcong Rice Terraces (Bontoc): How To Get There What To See

    Maligcong Rice Terraces (Bontoc): How To Get There What To See

    It was around 3:00 am and the atmosphere was chilly yet invigorating. With our sleeves rolled up, I and my brother slowly jogged to the mountains on paved road. As we went higher and higher, we could see the flickering lights of Bontoc town. Despite our hearts beating fast and our breath trying to catch up, we prodded on. After all, the fresh and pine-scented breeze and the recuperating songs of the wild constantly relieved us all along. In sheer eagerness and excitement, we were bound to catch a glimpse of the famed Maligcong Rice Terraces.

  • Lost On The Countryside: Escaping To Mountain Provinces Sagada And Maligcong (4K HD)

    Filmed from our separate trips to Sagada and Maligcong, Mountain Province. Hiked up here for a some dose of that distinct highland, countryside vibe.

  • The Magnificence Of Maligcongs Rice Terraces

    The Magnificence Of Maligcongs Rice Terraces

    If a 12-hour bus ride to Bontoc can test your patience and endurance, going farther than that will certainly challenge your dedication and perseverance to explore more.

    Bontoc may not have the popularity of its neighboring towns, but that doesn't mean it lacks nature's attractions.

    A more adventurous traveler may find Maligcong extraordinary. It is home to the magnificent Maligcong Rice Terraces, one of the most stunning rice terraces in the region, with the most extensive rice field traverses I have ever seen.

    The maze-like rock pathways expand over several mountain ranges and into a ...

  • Mt Kupapey To Mt Fato Traverse: Discovering The Gems Of Maligcong

    Mt Kupapey To Mt Fato Traverse: Discovering The Gems Of Maligcong

    Far away from the chaos, noise, and bustle of the city are sanctuaries of serenity, natural beauty, and simplicity. Places like these rural towns, highland villages, farms may be simple and even "backward" in the eyes of city dwellers. But it is through these humble places where you learn the most important things in life such as simple joys, peace of mind, respect for Mother Nature, and appreciation of tradition. We found all these and more in Maligcong, Bontoc in Mountain Province, Philippines.

  • Travel Guide To Maligcong In Bontoc, Mountain Province

    Travel Guide To Maligcong In Bontoc, Mountain Province

    Four kilometers away from Bontoc town proper in Mountain Province is a peaceful community filled with thriving culture and fascinating landscape. Maligcong, meaning "surrounded by rice paddies" in Kankana-ey dialect, has three sitios named Favarey, Farung-ao, and Favuyan. Sitio Favarey, which means "center", long served as the center of the town. Sitio Farung-ao is where the elementary school is located and through which several rice granaries could be found, and Sitio Favuyan which also served as the jump-off area for hiking Mts. Fato and Kupapey.