The Palina Rice Terraces are located in Kibungan in Benguet Province. The Palina Rice Terraces are more than a hundred years in age, and are located at the foot of Mount Kilkili, a dead volcano with the shape resembling Mount Mayon. The terraces are stone-walled and are located near the running water which serves as its primary water source. The terraces reflect the skills and industry of the community’s ancestors. The place can be reached for about 3 to 4 hours hike depending on what terraces one would visit. The Palina rice terraces are known as the municipality’s rice granary and are an existing man-made tourist attraction of the municipality of Kibungan. A road network links the area to the town proper and other barangays but public transport vehicles are limited. Kibungan is located 62 kilometer (39 miles) north of Baguio City.