Guesthouse in Kiangan, Ifugao, Philippines overlooks a mini rice terraces. Kiangan is 8 hours bus trip from Manila, you can also travel to famous Banaue rice terraces from Kiangan in one hour and half. local contact can guide you to some of the heritage sites and observe cultural activities in Kiangan. They can also help with transport to various sites and act as local tour guide upon request and at your own cos
This town houses various historical and heritage sites like the Rice Terraces that is among the list of World Heritage Site
Places to see in Kiangan:
The Nagacadan rice terraces is one of the four terrace systems in Ifugao declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. With an expanse of approximately 10 hectares, it displays the Ifugaos' ingenuity harmony between man and nature. Experience this unique hike through the rice fields of Nagacadan in Kiangan and learn more about the ingenuous culture of the Ifugaos.
The Open Air Museum of Nagacadan you immerse into the world of the Ifugao farmers nowadays and their history. A comfortable pathway leads you through the rice fields,the villages and over the rivers of Nagacadan.
One of the main attractions other than the rice terraces is the presence of Kiangan Shrine. This place has its historic importance as this is the place where the Commander of the Japanese Imperial Army surrendered in 1945. This is also a major factor that contributes to the appeal of this town.
How to Get to Kiangan, Ifugao:
From the NAIA airport to Manila - Catch a taxi to Manila bus station depending on what time of arrival
From Manila to Kiangan , you can catch the Oyahami bus or the Coda line
OHAYAMI BUS is located at J.Fajardo St at Espanya Manila. 3 buses depart everynight. 9 pm and 10 pm for Banaue and 9:30 pm for Kiangan. the bus ticket is Php 400 one way. You better reserve in advance for this since the buses reach maximum passenger.