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Me and my co-workers went here for our team building session.
We very much enjoyed ourselves. They have very clean and unique interior rooms. As well as they have also incorporated some of their pottery works and products all around the compound, even inside the...More
We went to visit Ugu Bigyan pottery on a quiet weekday, and it was so nice to go around the showroom, and see so many wonderful pieces of unique pottery. We came specifically for the pottery. We really appreciated the combination of twigs and pottery,...More
. Ugu Bigyan is the name of the world famous potter and also the name of the place that serves as his studio and classroom for his pottery classes, a gallery that displays and sells his works (its expensive for people like me) and a...More
We got a bit lost on our way to Ugu Bigyan's Pottery. Waze was acting up and traffic was a bit heavy on the town proper. We arrived at 12:30pm and were ravenous. The staff was quick to acknowledge our arrival and immediately served our...More
I really enjoyed and admired UGU's pottery art. Of course I had to purchase a couple for myself and some to give as gifts. What made this visit a real treat is having lunch at his restaurant --- very flavorful Filipino provincial dishes served in...More
the place is difficult to locate since it doesnt bear signages for directions. only a few locals are familiar with the pottery.
our biggest mistake was dropping in past lunchtime sans a reservation (at least 24 hrs ahead of time) since they dont prepare without...More
It's located inside a subdivision and to get there, you have go to the side streets of Tiaong, Quezon. You need to trust Google Maps or Waze for this since when we went there, there were no signs pointing to the direction. Perhaps because it...More
On your way to Lucena province in south of Manila just a town after the busy streets of San Pablo City,you reach Tiaong.It's no longer as traffic but you'll feel a "home" atmosphere the coconut trees on both sides of the road seem to give...More