In 2010, only a few tourist destinations are known in Abra and I started this project to unveil the beauty of its towns by documenting as many destinations as possible that I could cover. I published my discoveries here on my blog for the world to see.
The province of Abra has twenty seven (27) towns. As of this writing, I've explored twenty five (25) of its towns in varying degree. The two remaining towns I have to explore yet are Lagayan and Lacub. I started to explore Abra in 2010 with my brother and I've been so curious what to see in this province ever since.
ManaboThe town of Manabo is the rice bowl of Abra. Its ample fertile fields have made rice production here more promising than its neighboring towns. It's home to the Ammutan/Muyadan sub-tribe—a lowland tribe engaged in wet rice farming. Below are some interesting places and attractions you might like to see.
PidiganThe town of Pidigan claims that it's the birthplace of Gabriela Silang. It became a temporary capital of the province of Abra in 1945 during the Japanese occupation.
VillaviciosaLast but not the least is the town of Villaviciosa.
Above are the sites, attractions, places, structures, scenes and wonders I've personally witnessed in Abra. Believe it or not, this list is still less than half of my expected grand list covering the whole of Abra.
Abra is such an amazing province with great wonders and culture. Take note that the above list only covered the tangible and physical tourist attractions. I will create a separate list for the intangible wealth of the province. | end |
Map Showing the Location of Abra Province
► FOOTNOTES, DISCLAIMERS, ACKNOWLEDGMENT, ETC
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 The insights, condition and name of places or properties I mentioned here are based on the facts and situation on the day of my visit. Take note that you may have a different experience when you try or see the properties or places mentioned here. Names of places and properties may also change by time so it's not my responsibility to update all the information on this blog because once published, I already consider it an archive and I won't update my narratives because I want them to become my references of what have happened in the past. I'm very particular of the dates because I want my amazing readers to understand that I am writing stories based on my perspective and insights on the day of my visit. You can see dates almost everywhere on this blog. Exempted from this rule are my travel guide posts that need to be updated.
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