Quezon: Ugu Bigyan’s Potter’s Garden A Must Visit

On my recent meet-Quezon-province trip I got experience someof the things that there is to see and do in the southern tagalog area and the best thing about it was that it all culminated into one sumptuous lunch buffet at Ugu Bigyan’s Potter’s Garden.

Ugu Bigyan’s Potter’s Garden is located  in Tayabas Quezon the first town after Laguna. Upon arriving at Ugu’s place we were greeted by a beautiful brick house with its remarkable symmetry comparable to the awesome finds in property portals, like Lamudi Philippines for example.

Ugu’s property is quite impressive I must say the dining area where guests who come here are embraced with an upscale Filipino atmosphere, with pavilions that remind you of Nipa huts from the olden days that provide real refreshing surroundings.



Aside from an unforgettable dinning experience one should also take note and appreciate the landscape and architecture of the place as it really would make you feel relax. You can roam around the property and marvel at the various pottery craft that the master potter, Ugu Bigyan himself made, and maybe you can also buy some that you like at their pottery store.


ceramic charms

Ugu Bigyan’s Pottery Store

Made-to-order products

You can also catch Ugu make pots from time to time if you are lucky! It was really amazing how he crafts the lifeless clay into wonderful dining wares.

 Ugu creating a simple bowl

There are a lot of things to discover about pottery at Ugu Bigyan’s place and it’s not just the craft and the architecture the food is a revelation it self. So don’t forget to make that reservations if you plan to visit Quezon anytime soon!
Address:490 Alvarez Village. Brgy Lusacan, 4325 Tiaong, Quezon
Phone: 042-545-9144, 0917-560-5708, 0917-560-7973, 042-545-8689
Email: ugubigyan@yahoo.com
Fb: www.facebook.com/ugubigyan

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iandelapena, the person behind the blog brownmantrips is a yuppie living in the metropolis who believes there is always something good to see everywhere in the world. This is his depository of travel memories for his not so good and maybe soon to fail memory, thus the travelogues in this blog.