The tulip fields in Holland is one of the best-known tourist attractions in the world. People have made the trip just to see these flower bulbs in bloom. It seems like a small town in Abra is hoping to replicate this magnetism by putting up a tulip garden of their own.
Located in Bucay, Abra, Layugan Garden boasts of 10,000 tulips throughout its stretch of land. Modeled after the 10,000 roses cafe in Cebu, these tulips are actually LED flowers and not actual flora. So it may not have a sweet scent or be naturally amazing, but at least it lasts the whole year round. And it lights up at night!
It’s said to be a popular spot for photo shoots and couples:
The garden is open every day from 9am to 9pm. There is an entrance fee of Php 20 in the morning, and Php 30 at night.
Would you visit this garden?