ABOUT IGOROT STONE KINGDOM

The Igorot Stone Kingdom is an Igorot theme park based on the Sab-angan legend of a lost kingdom from a thousand years ago.

Pio Velasco created this 6,000-square-meter garden. He saw a white carabao in 2020 as a sign to build the structure that resulted in the stone kingdom’s construction. He fantasized as a child about erecting fantasy stone castles and towering walls in the Mountain Province. He gradually figured it out due to his vision and the overall mental image of what the stone kingdom will look like.

The stone kingdom was designed to look like rice terraces and was built in the style of traditional riprap.

Photo of Igorot Stone Kingdom
Igorot Stone Kingdom
Photograph: Facebook/Igorot STONE Kingdom

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • A castle made of stone in the shape of a rice terrace.
  • Towers depicting Gatan and Bangan, two Igorot survivors of the Holocaust.
  • Tower of Igorot God Kabunyan
  • A fertility tower
  • An Igorot Gold Mine
  • A white carabao monument which the owner claims was his sign to build the Stone Kingdom.
  • A bridge
  • Locals performing on traditional musical instruments
  • A small cafe and an eatery

LOCATION

No. 86 Long-Long Road, Pinsao Proper, Baguio City

The Igorot Stone Kingdom is located on Long Long Road in Pinsao Proper, Baguio City. It is only two minutes away from the well-known Tam-Awan Village and five kilometers from Baguio City’s downtown.

How to Get to the Igorot Stone Kingdom

By Public Transport

Take a jeep bound for Tacay-Longlong in Otek Street at Central Business District

By Private Car

Make use of Waze or Google Maps.

* There is a large parking lot nearby.

ENTRANCE FEE

  • Adults: ₱100
  • Kids & Seniors: ₱80
  • 3 years old and below Free
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OPERATING HOURS

6 am to 6 pm


About Baguio

With its temperate climate, this is a great place to get away from the bustle of Manila. The city is also known for its tropical pine trees, earning it the title “City of Pines”. It is the highest significant Philippine city in terms of elevation. Baguio is renowned as the “Summer Capital of the Philippines” due to its pleasant climate with an average temperature of 22°C. Tourists flock to this mountain city in the summer and during holidays such as Christmas and New Year. This quick guide to Baguio City contains a list of the city’s most popular attractions.

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