A simple glance of our barangay. Just a little bit space of land but there’s a lot of things that would attract to your attention.

The Barangay Hall ft. Day Care Center.

“As the sun rises, a new hope comes.” As the millennials requests, this barangay is equipped with a free wifi where you can connect to the world and most importantly a drug free and and a child friendly community.

Chapel of Love.

The Catholic worship center in the place where you can praise the lord and ponder.

Have fun at the Children’s Park!

As the class of the Day Care pupils ends or have the break time they have the opportunity to play and waste their time to mingle with each other.

The only Luxury Hotel around Bantay, Ilocos Sur!

Come on! Experience at One Vittoria Hotel!

The Marsha’s Delicacies!

Where you can buy pasalubong foods and souvenirs. The taste of Ilocos Sur that you are craving for!

Northeast Car Care Center!

A place where you can trust to leave your vehicle in case of repair and maintenance.

La Lanterna Resort!

Come and relax! Just in front of Marsha’s Delicacies.

Northcoast Oil.

You need gas station? Relax! Only a short drive from One Vittoria Hotel along your way home to Manila!

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Jehovah’s Witnesses is a millennia preservationist Christian denomination with nontrinitarian beliefs distinct from mainstream Christianity.

Glassware Stall!

Where you can buy your things at home! It’s on the southern part of the national highway near at the gasoline station, Northcoast Oil.

The Farm.

This is an area of land that is devoted primarily to agricultural processes with the primary objective of producing food and other crops; it is the basic facility in food production.

Fish Vendor Stall!

Yes! It is small but soon to be it will become the one the largest dealer of fish in the country!

The barangay was a complex sociopolitical unit which scholars have historically considered the dominant organizational pattern among the various peoples of the Philippine archipelago. -Wikipedia

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