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Malalao Hills got its name from an Igorot word “Ma-e-lao-lalao-lao”, which means “bewildering or confusing”. It is a rolling terrain of haycock green grass that is almost symmetrical.

This site became an attraction because it reveals the stories behind the architectural designs of the tombs where the individual’s dreams, wishes, and aspirations are depicted, keeping their memories alive.

‘The fruit Basket of Tabuk’. The fertile land of Bantay generates food and becomes a livelihood for the community. It has had fruit-bearing trees foreign to other barangays.

Naneng holds the title of ‘The City’s Seat of Heritage and Culture’ because of the old European-inspired houses constructed in the 1920s. Naneng also hosts one of the oldest churches in the Cordilleras, the St. Joseph Catholic Church.

‘Gessang’ means falling rocks. Aside from a pathway for the motorist, the tunnel serves as a refuge whenever rock falls or if there are imminent landslides in the area.

Patiking Tunnel is one of the century-old artificial tunnels found in Barangay Dupag, Tabuk City. It has boosted tourism activities because of its importance to the community and majestic view.

Antonio Canao Bridge, commonly known as ‘Pasonglao Bridge’, was constructed to commemorate the bond between the two countries, the United States and Philippine Islands (US-PI). 

The Chico River Dam was a discontinued massive project because the affected Kalinga people resisted its construction due to the imminent washup of their ancestral land.

Bangabanga is one of the falls located between the mountains of Balawag and Amlao. Nature lovers will surely relish the clear and refreshing water while simultaneously enjoying the view of the jar-like mini-landscapes.

You will enjoy the view of the Chico River at this park. The Tourism Information and Assistance Area was established here because it is the most strategic place as a docking site for water rafting.

The White Carabao Statute can be found in the middle of the intersection in Bulanao that either leads to the different barangays in Tabuk City. The Carabao and the Farmer symbolize the Tabuk’s farming glory, which remains as Cordillera’s Rice Granary.