Banaue Rice Terraces a beautiful place
Banaue Rice Terraces is a very ancient and very spacious. Banaue Rice Terraces have been in say the 8th wonder of the world. Banaue was built 2,000 years ago on the slopes of the towering mountains of Northern Luzon, Philippines by human hands bare. If the end point to end, it would extend more than 22,500 kilometers, which is 9 times longer than the Great Wall of China, or more than half the circumference of the earth. Banaue Rice Terraces was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995. There are places where they reach a height of 2500 feet to one of the 5000 meters, and a lot of places where they extend from an altitude of 1500 feet to one of 4500 feet. Ifugao must be highly commended for building fields, because they do not have modern surveying instruments and machines they have. Banaue carved out of the hillside by Ifugao tribes people around 2,000-3,000 years ago. Tribal people do this with your bare hands and crude tools, without the use of machines to the level of the steps where they plant their rice, which is what makes it so exciting wonder, apart from the fact that the fields are still used today.
The trip to Banaue Rice Terraces from Manila takes about 9 hours and air-conditioned buses have direct daily trips to Banaue. There are many terminal from where you can get a bus, but it was shown to visiting the airport information desk and get the right information. During a trip to the Banaue Rice Terraces, the bus will pass through the province of Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Nueva Vizcaya, and the scenery is very beautiful. In Banaue Rice Terraces are incredibly ancient – ancient. Banaue Rice Terraces of rice has been produced for centuries, indicating that the Ifugaos are able to maintain the fertility of paddy soil and even contain soil erosion. In addition to being an engineering feat, Ifugao rice terraces shows that agriculture can blend in harmony with the culture, and more importantly, natural. Preparation of fields for planting done manually using only basic tools.