I was always traveling far from my Pasig residence that I decided to discover the nearby attractions that the east is offering
For my first travel this January 2018, I decided to travel to Tanay
I was curios about the Pililla Wind Farm in Tanay
So as early as 10 am, I have my backpack with me and two of my smartphones to document my experience
So, who to commute to Pililla Wind Farm?
There are a lot of ways on HOW TO GET THERE
Via private transportation via Manila East Road:
From Rosario Pasig, take the floodway route will lead you immediately to Angono, Binangonan, Cardona, and then Tanay and finally Pililia
Via Public Jeep
From Starmall FX / Van Terminal in Shaw Boulevard or Araneta Center, Cubao,
You can ride a jeep or van going to Tanay, Rizal.
Upon reaching Tanay transfer jeep going to Siniloan
Siniloan – Tanay (Rizal): these jeepneys will take you through Manila East Road the Rizal towns of Pililla. In Tanay Public Market, a central terminal is located, and it will pass through the Pililla Wind Mill Entrance
You can actually hire a tricyle going up for P 200 from the town proper
From the entrance of Pililia, tricycle charge around P 15 per head
They will charge you diffently if you hire them for just you or your group
Via Bus Raymund
Cubao Bus Terminal: northbound EDSA, Cubao near Victory Liner and Superlines
Bus Route: Legarda, Manila to Infanta, Quezon via Rizal and Laguna Province.
Route From Legarda, it goes to Ortigas Avenue, in Pasig then Cainta via Manila East Road, to Taytay, Angono, Binangonan, Cardona, Morong, Baras, Tanay, and then Pililla
Going to Pililia Wind Farm accomplish
Pililia Wind Farm is located at Sitio Bugarin, Pililia Rizal is open to the public and there is no entrance fee.
What this 27wind turbine stands for was not just about energy but tourism for the Pililla Tanay.
With amazing view of Laguna and Tanay, nakaka relax talaga.
There are now stall selling souvenir and refreshment for the tourist
We even ate Gotong Batangas and Loming Batangas on a nearby store
At least now, I have seen and experience the magnificent Pililla Wind Farm
The roads are still rough but then the management are trying to develop the area little by little