The Philippines is blessed to be in the list of UNESCO World Heritage that includes four (4) baroque churches, the Historic City of Vigan, Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras, and Puerto Princesa Subterranean River Natural Park, and the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park.

I am blessed to have explored some of them. Those with links have been explored, and the rest are yet to be explored.

San Agustin

Four Baroque Churches

  • San Agustin Church (Intramuros, Manila)
  • Miagao Church (Miagao, Iloilo)
  • Sta. Maria Church (Sta. Maria, Ilocos Norte)
  • Paoay Church (Paoay, Ilocos Norte)

Vigan in 8 hours

Historic City of Vigan

Hapao Rice Terraces

Rice Terraces of the Cordillera

Submitted to UNESCO World Heritage


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ronielmacatol said...

Have yet to visit Ilocos Norte and Iloilo's Barouque churches and the four terraces of Cordillera!

Admin/Author said...

Go na Roniel!

bong from madrid said...

A lot of Cathedrals, such as the Catedral de Santa Maria de Toledo, the last Gothic-designed church in Spain,are also listed as World Heritage Sites. I'm glad the Philippines has its own share. Hopefully, I could visit Vigan once I take my vacation -- it has been in my bucket list for a long time now.

Admin/Author said...

Thanks for dropping by Bong Madrid. Vigan is a must-see destination