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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Pililla windmill Farm


Pililla Windmill Farm

Pililla Windmill Farm, yes it's in Pililla, a new tourist destination in Rizal in Brgy. Halayhayin, Pililla, Rizal; no need to go in Ilocos to see a windmill farm.

Pililla Windmill Farm
Pililla Windmill Farm is a wind energy source, a project of Alternergy, and expected to generate more than 40 MW capacity of electricity.

Pililla Windmill Farm

As of today, it has about 26 wind turbines and 6 of them are still under construction.

The site of Windmill Farm is overlooking the lake of Laguna de Bay, Rizal Province, and some parts of Metro Manila.

Pililla Windmill Farm

Some wind turbines are already visible from Tanay, Rizal; along Manila East Road.


How to get to Pililla Windmill Farm?
Pililla Windmill Farm is very easy to find; it is located along Manila East road, the road going to Siniloan, Quezon province.

If you're going there through commute, there's a PUJ terminal going to Siniloan at Robinson's Place Cainta, Junction.

If you are from Cubao or Pasay, just ride a bus going to Robinson's Galleria in Ortigas, then ride a bus again going to Cainta or Taytay Highway, then drop by Robinson's Place Cainta, then ride PUJ going to Siniloan and tell the driver to drop you off at Pililla Windmill Farm.

If you have a car or a motorcycle, just take the Manila East Road going to Siniloan; there are signs along the road that says "To Laguna", just follow them and you won't be lost.

As of today, the gate has no visible or concrete signage, you'll only see small tarpaulin and some marshals, tanod, or traffic enforcers that are guiding left turning motorists.

Just always look on your left side if you have reached the Pililla zig-zag road. Click here for exact location on Google Map.


Pililla Windmill Farm Entrance Fee?
As of today, Pililla Windmill farm has no entrance fee and I don't think that there will be in the future.

Parking space is free, but some locals or Tanod are asking for small amount of donation (Php10.00) for looking after your vehicle while you are away.



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