Angono Petroglyphs | Travel Guide

The site is located in the province of Rizal. Angono Petroglyphs are considered to be the oldest known artworks in the Philippines which was discovered in 1965. A collection of 127 figural carvings engraved on the wall of a shallow cave of volcanic tuff. Declared as National Cultural Treasure in 1973 and were recorded on the World Inventory of Rock Art.

HOW TO GET THERE

If commuting, you can take a UV express van from Star Mall (EDSA Shaw) going to Binangonan and drop off to Scrapyard. From there ride a trike that will bring you to Petroglyphs.

They are open Mondays to Sundays from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and no entrance fee as of January 2019.

PHOTOS:

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The detailed history of Angono Petroglyphs
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The noble old cravings on the walls of Angono Petroglyphs
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No entrance fee
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The end of the tunnel from the main entrance.
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They love to take pictures on this spot 🙂

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Here’s the short clip of our visit to Angono Petroglyphs. All in all, we learn something from history and all together created a beautiful memory.

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS:

Thunderbird Resort and Casino
Angono Lakeside Park
Carlos “BOTONG” Francisco Second Gallery
Blanco Family Museum
Balaw Balaw Specialty Restaurant – must try

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