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The Hanging Coffins Of Sagada, Sagada
Categories: Cemeteries, Caves, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Discover an ancient Filipino burial tradition at The Hanging Coffins Of Sagada, an example of an ancient custom still practiced in some part of Asia. The coffins were placed on projection beams and hung far up on the mountainside, so as to be out of reach of wild animals and grave robbers. Bring suitable footwear to hike the trail and view the coffins, as the path can be slippery. On a guided tour of the site, you can acquaint yourself with the historic funeral tradition, and enjoy scenic views of the valley below. Using our custom trip planner, Sagada attractions like The Hanging Coffins Of Sagada can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Depuis peu, il y a obligation de prendre un guide à 200 pesos (de 1 à 10 personnes donc essayez de formez un groupe !). Un peu cher. On nous a expliqué que certaines personnes avaient dégradés les cer... read more »Recently, there is obligation to take a guide to 200 pesos (1 to 10 people so try to form a group!). A bit expensive. We were explained that some people had degraded the coffins and stolen bones (it would protect them according to some beliefs) so that the guide ensured that the visit was going well. He has also given a lot of interesting explanations and answered our many questions. A little pressing on the end, but friendly. The Ballad is short but interesting. There are also to be registered and have paid tax for tourists (that everyone pays including Filipinos). It's been a lot of stuff to pay to Sagada but I found that money seemed well used to protect the sites and make live on the premises.show original
Mark Chen P
We went there for a Travel documentary with my college friends. And the trip was tiring yet so enjoyable. We need to hike for about 30 mins to get there. We also walked in a cemetery where Yamashita w... read more »
It was years ago that we saw the Hanging coffins, passing by there recently has traces of being vandalized. I hope that tourist just have to respect the culture of the people and just take photos of t... read more »
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