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Awesome view with nice ways to take selfie. Not sure if swimming is allowed at the beach but would definitely love it. The place went to was not frequently visited. Find the farthest entry route. Nice way tobexplore.
The Bangui Wind farm which consists of 20 turbines that form an arc at the shores of Bangui bay is a major tourist attraction in Ilocos Norte. But beyond the charm, its real proponent is the use of sustainable energy. The huge windmills harvest wind...More
This is a part of our Ilocos Tour. This is one of the iconic places of Ilocos. Hence, this is place is a must see.
The windmills are located near the beach which is picture perfect. The windmills are really huge compared to windmills in...More
If you will gonna travel in the northen part of philippines.Consider adding this into your iterinary . Going in here you will gonna be amazed with this giant windmills .And together with the nice beach. I really love the place.
These windmills are really huge compared to the other windmills I've seen abroad. All of these structures are aligned across the beach. Within the vicinity, there are lots of souvenir shops that also sell miniature windmills. No admission fee. For first time visitors, I would...More
The wind mills are quite a sight to see. They stretched along the coastline up to 9km. These structures are by the sea which is perfect for a photo opportunity. We went there during the hot season and I would recommend to bring bottled water....More
Must see !
Located 1.5 hours away from laoag. I thought i was in Holland Amsterdam.
These windmills are so many that yoyll start seeing them when youre in rhe highway approaching the town. Theyre also located along the shoreline.
Such powerful windmills give power/electricity...More
When people say Ilocos, one of the things that comes to mind is the Bangui windmills. These wind turbines produces at least 50% of the electricity to Ilocos Norte. These immense and elegant turbines are arranged on a single row along the shoreline of Bangui...More