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Address: 490 Alvarez Village Lusacan, Tiaong, Luzon 4325, Philippines

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The 2 hour drive was worth it!

We got a bit lost on our way to Ugu Bigyan's Pottery. Waze was acting up and traffic was a bit heavy on the town proper. We arrived at 12:30pm and were ravenous. The staff was... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2016
Sandra A

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Reviewed 1 week ago

. Ugu Bigyan is the name of the world famous potter and also the name of the place that serves as his studio and classroom for his pottery classes, a gallery that displays and sells his works (its expensive for people like me) and a by appointment only restaurant that serves sumptuous meals. The place has been featured several times... More 

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Reviewed 21 August 2016

We got a bit lost on our way to Ugu Bigyan's Pottery. Waze was acting up and traffic was a bit heavy on the town proper. We arrived at 12:30pm and were ravenous. The staff was quick to acknowledge our arrival and immediately served our food. It was a feast of soup, ginataang puso ng saging, paco salad, calamari, pork... More 

1 Thank Sandra A
Manila, Philippines
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37 reviews
28 attraction reviews
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Reviewed 7 August 2016

I really enjoyed and admired UGU's pottery art. Of course I had to purchase a couple for myself and some to give as gifts. What made this visit a real treat is having lunch at his restaurant --- very flavorful Filipino provincial dishes served in his pottery and surrounded by UGU's tropical gardens.

Thank ycpoe
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6 reviews
3 attraction reviews
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Reviewed 16 June 2016

the place is difficult to locate since it doesnt bear signages for directions. only a few locals are familiar with the pottery. our biggest mistake was dropping in past lunchtime sans a reservation (at least 24 hrs ahead of time) since they dont prepare without confirmed reservations. the pots are artworks and quite pricey.

Thank lizaban2
Metro Manila, Philippines
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7 reviews
Reviewed 15 June 2016

I had been coming back to this place especially for friend coming to town . And this place never disappoint our guest . The food is very good , fresh always . And with sidelines for pottery lessons.

Thank scoobyspc
Luzon, Philippines
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395 reviews
153 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 252 helpful votes
Reviewed 25 May 2016

It's located inside a subdivision and to get there, you have go to the side streets of Tiaong, Quezon. You need to trust Google Maps or Waze for this since when we went there, there were no signs pointing to the direction. Perhaps because it was election season and most of the walls and electrical poles were covered with campaign... More 

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Metro Manila, Philippines
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7 attraction reviews
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Reviewed 6 May 2016

On your way to Lucena province in south of Manila just a town after the busy streets of San Pablo City,you reach Tiaong.It's no longer as traffic but you'll feel a "home" atmosphere the coconut trees on both sides of the road seem to give one visual effect of wilderness.The nipa huts on the road side are inviting enough for... More 

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Reviewed 23 December 2015 via mobile

We were fortunate to have been given this pottery lesson by the owner Ugu Bigyan. His pottery classes are normally held from February to May every year. Thanks UGU for this very enriching experience! He showed us the three basic techniques of pottery making: rolling pin method, coiling method and of course the basic wheel method. The course he offers... More 

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Manila, Philippines
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5 reviews
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Reviewed 3 November 2015

Initially, our idea is to take a look at the pottery made by Ugu Bigyan but we were lucky enough to be squeezed in the lunch. The food was tremendously great, especially the pako salad! We barely finished all the food served for us two.

Thank Macel A
Manila, Philippines
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136 reviews
50 attraction reviews
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Reviewed 8 September 2015

This sure is a very nice place to go to unwind. I had been here once before - a few years ago and I recall leaving this place feeling better. My stomach was full, too and so did my eyes. My other senses were likewise teased. My wallet did get damaged. I seriously hope that many people get a chance... More 

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