The Madaymen Vegetable Terraces in Kibungan

Madaymen Vegetable Terraces Kibungan BenguetThe Madaymen Vegetable Terraces are located in Kibungan in Benguet Province. The Madaymen Terraces is sometimes called the “Switzerland of Benguet” because it is located at an elevation of 2,000-2,600 meters above sea level. It is the highest and coldest place in the municipality which is ideal for the production of highland vegetables. Organic farming is done at Madaymen. The Madaymen Vegetable Terraces is a potential man-made attraction found in the municipality of Kibungan. Aside from the beautiful scenery, visitors may observe farmers in the area. The place is 64 kilometers away from La Trinidad via the Halsema Highway. Kibungan is located 62 kilometer (39 miles) north of Baguio City. Continue reading

The Vegetable Terraces in Benguet

Vegetable Terraces Bakun Benguet Location Halsema Highway Farm Province Barangay Salad Bowl Crop Season Production Upland Mountain Rice Anawa Cabutotan Sipitan Maliliko Mushroom Industry Harvest Info Vegetable Terraces can be seen from the Halsema Highway in Bakun, Benguet. The highland province of Benguet is known as the ‘Salad Bowl of the Philippines” because of hits huge production of upland vegetables. The vegetable terraces, which resemble rice terraces, are a made-made attraction of the municipality of Bakun. The vegetable terraces of Anawa and Cabutotan can be seen from Sipitan to Maliliko. Bakun is known for its mushroom cultivation industry. Continue reading