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Ilocos Sur reopens tourist spots after quake

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Two weeks after the magnitude 7 earthquake that rocked North Luzon, Ilocos Sur has finally reopened its tourism industry to visitors.

The Provincial Tourism Development and Promotion Board announced on Thursday, August 4, the reopening of several tourist spots in Ilocos Sur after the suspension of all tourism activities due to the calamity.

At least six tourists spots in Vigan City have resumed operations and are now open to accommodate tourists. These include the frequently visited hidden garden, Crisologo Museum, the eastern part of Calle Crisologo, Baluarte Zoo, Ruby Jar factory, and Cristy’s loom weaving.

Other tourist spots such as the pinakbet farm, coco-surf point and Pagabelan ni Tinay in Caoayan, fish sanctuary, grotto, Moro watch tower, port adventure, La Sagada Montaña, landing site, and station of the cross in San Esteban, as well as the musical fountain in Narvacan are now also open.

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