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Bangui Windmills, Ilocos Norte Province

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
At Bangui Windmills--the largest wind farm in South Asia--watch the line of giant turbines slowly turn as they face the sea. Hear the hypnotizing sound of rotating blades and feel the power of the wind that makes them turn as you admire the row of 20 windmills, which tower 70 m (230 ft) high over the seashore. Go early to avoid the crowds and the scorching sun; at noon, the sand gets too hot to walk on, even in sandals or flip-flops. Amenities include a cafe and souvenir stalls. Plan to visit Bangui Windmills and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Burgos attractions using our Burgos itinerary maker.
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  • the enormous rotor blades that were erected to harness the wind and be converted to clean energy is just plain genius. there were only a couple of dozen windmills built in bangui town before but hundr...  read more »
  • Bangui windmills was our first destination. Even though it was my second time visiting this place it never failed to amuse me, it was awesome and very windy so seeing those huge structures had me fill...  read more »
  • The place was amazing. Its my first time to see those big windmills. The view of the seashore behind those big windmills who stand proud is really amazing. I enjoy taking pictures here in Bangui windm...  read more »
  • Those wind mills benefited local resudents of bangui. thanks to this project.
  • They converted a scenic beach to an inefficient industrial project and visitors think it's beautiful? It might be acceptable if this was the only one of its kind (freak attraction) but that's not the trend with wind power. Look up the total number of wind turbines existing and planned around the world. It's a quarter million and growing like a nasty white plague. No other form of modern development is taking over new land on this scale. Are others eager to see their beaches and mountains desecrated like Bangui? Wind turbines are far from green when you get past industry rhetoric. Nature is dying from these politically-correct stab wounds.
  • Awe inspiring windmills, but nothing much else to see or do other than beaches...
  • The structures is just awesome and meaningful. Not only it supply electricity ,it also added beauty to the already beautiful coast
  • We love the place . 😙
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