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Bayyo Rice Terraces

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Bayyo Rice Terraces

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Nico Samneil Sy Salado wrote a review Dec 2019
Cebu Island, Philippines558 contributions8 helpful votes
Natural view of good rice terraces. Road though is really curvy which i do recommend to take anti vertigo in advance.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Maligcong Chen's Homestay wrote a review Jun 2019
Bontoc, Philippines39 contributions8 helpful votes
just a few kilometers away from the boundary of Banaue. you can see the view of the bayyo rice terraces from the road or highway
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Date of experience: May 2019
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ZinamonKveen wrote a review Nov 2017
Colombo, Sri Lanka735 contributions1363 helpful votes
It's not at all like the rice terraces of Banaue as the depth and area is different, so it wouldn't be fair to compare them. Visited this on the way to another attraction but it was worth the stop.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Czar Emmanuel wrote a review Oct 2017
Manila, Philippines5826 contributions670 helpful votes
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While almost everybody is familiar with the world famous Banaue Rice Terraces, less people have heard of other similar rice terraces in the Cordillera region. One example of such less known terraces would be those in Brgy. Bay-yo in Bontoc ... a place perhaps more known for Sagada (with its caves, hanging coffins, and so forth). The Bay-yo terraces are used for inter-cropping, meaning what they plant there depends on the season of the year. However, they usually plant rice, potatoes and vegetables there. You'll pass by the area if you travel from Sagada or Bontoc to Baguio City. This is a very long trip (taking you around 5-6 hours), but the road condition is very good, the scenery is very beautiful, and the zigzag roads are quite challenging! When you decide to take this road, be sure to stop by Brgy. Bay-yo to see its wonderful terraces. Breathe some fresh air, take lots of selfies, and try the local freshly brewed coffee! :D
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Date of experience: January 2017
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EatME S wrote a review Sep 2017
Dubai, United Arab Emirates190 contributions16 helpful votes
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I recommend you to stop by and admire the beauty of the place. Another UNESCO heritage site in Bontoc worth visiting. It's free and accessible to all types of vehicles. They have a view deck and have a picture with the famous mountain warrior. The folks are friendly and the village is peaceful.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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