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Sagada : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Point of Interest
“Sightseeing at the entrance and a guided spelunking tour are great here. It’s not too long of a walk or drive from town and absolutely beautiful. Only downside is that it’s Php 200/1 - 10 guests to sightsee, but The Sumaging is by far an interesting cave to explore and it is where a cave connection tour can start from. You can park your car at Sumaging Cave Man Pension to get started. ”
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Café
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“Their strawberry yogurt is a delightful swirl of honey with fresh and preserved strawberries. Compared to the other yogurt blends in town, theirs is not too sour but with just the right sweetness. They also have them plain and with mangoes, when in season.”
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Arts & Crafts Store
“The cafe offers vegetarian meals as well as a nice view of the rice paddies and the mountains”
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Cemetery
“The rock formations at the entrance of the Sugong Cave are stunningly jagged, and even from the viewpoint, you can already see the hanging coffins that are not often frequented by other tourists from a distance. Guide fee: Php 200 for 1 - 10 guests ”
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Scenic Lookout
“The peak offers a breathtaking view of the sunrise, usually after a rainfall the night before. The walk all the way to the peak takes an hour, give or take, from the town center, and it is best to leave for Kiltepan at 4:30am. A piece of advice, though, take the hike on weekdays. You can thank me later.”
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Restaurant
“Great food; a must-try is their Saturday Buffet during the high season featuring cuisine by Chef Aklay.”
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Restaurant
“Up for some grilled pork or chicken for dinner? This is your joint. They come highly recommended. They serve them with potato fries and salad greens which has a wonderful dressing! Lightly sweet with a kick of spice! And did I tell you how their meat simply drips with amazing thick sauce?”
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Dessert Shop
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“Nice place to grab a bite. Try the yoghurt, their pasta or their potato rosti.”
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Musée d'art
“Sagada used to be known as Ganduyan back in the day. It meant "Beautiful Paradise", and anyone who has been here, lived here, would likely agree. And this museum, which was original curated and run by the awe-inspiring late Christina Aben, showcases an amazing collection of tribal artifacts mostly utilized by - but not exclusive to - the Ysagada Igorots. The tasteful one-room museum was first opened in 1984, and after a long history, is now under the care of Malidom, Aben's son. Expect to see intricate and antiquated trade beadwork, weapons, basketry, farming tools, textiles, wooden items and earthen jars, among others.”
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Point of Interest
“The sacred site houses hundreds of centuries-old Igorot coffins piled on top of each other and stuffed into the cracks in the cave. We'd truly appreciate it if you can respect the site as we do. Guide fee: Php 200 for 1 - 10 guests ”
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Fast Food Restaurant
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“It is interesting to note that no matter how mothers with babies and toddlers thrive in Sagada, there don't seem to be any shop selling baby stuff. Except for 7J's. They are working on adding baby essentials to their merch. This store is also stocked with a wide array of apparel and accessories apart from the souvenirs that you can also find in the other local shops.”
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Quartier
“If you're familiar with Sagada's cultural icon, Biag, then you might be psyched to find out that the village was where he used to live in when they finally settled here. Dagdag has four dap-ays, or tribunals, with its own network of narrow footpaths.”
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Quartier
“The village is one of the oldest in Sagada, with seven dap-ays, or tribunals, strategically located within it. Walking up and down its web of narrow footpaths, you might even spot a secluded old house with the cogon grass roofing and wooden walls. ”
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Home Goods Store
“True, there are dozens of souvenir shops lining up and down the South Road with products showcasing the Sagada weave as well as apparel for the cold weather. What makes Sagada Quality Merchandise stand out is their selection. Apart from the Sagada weave, they also have the woven products from other Eastern locales in the Mountain Province. And these interesting patterns adorn backpacks, pouches, platform sandals, tapis and table runners. Manang Annie also sells the traditional gating (skirt wrap) with the bakget (tassled belt) for women and the wanis (loincloth) for men. Also lining her shelves are jams and preserves, Korean goods and homeware.”
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Point of Interest
“Need some documents printed? This little printing shop can help you out. They also handle other desktop publishing jobs.”
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Bar
“In the mood for a swig of craft beer by an open fire where the meat is grilling, while being surrounded by pine trees? For wanderers who decide to suddenly show up, they have sausages for grilling as well as craft beer and quality wine. However, you'd have to make a reservation 3 days prior for a minimum of 12 people if you want a buffet dinner by the French Chef "Aklay", and 12 hours prior for a minimum of 8 folks if you feel like having a fusion of Igorot and Negrense cuisine. ”
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