Directional sign at Mochong pointing eastward 1.8 miles to reach As Matmos fishing cliff. Advertisements
In memory of the Japanese soldiers and civilians that lost their lives during the WWII era.
WWII era Japanese cannon facing Sasanhaya Bay, Mt. Taipingot (Wedding Cake Mountain) in background.
The three lone street signs on island.
Welcome to the Bird Sanctuary in the I-Chenchon area which offers habitat for both sea and forest birds. ‘I-Chenchon’ in the native tongue means ‘the bird nest’. The bird sanctuary was established in the early 1980s through local law for the preservation of bird habitat. In the year 2011, the bird sanctuary became a part…
One of several fresh spring water streams located in the Talakhaya area.
Welcome to the south side of the island known as Talakhaya facing northeast mountain side where streams run downhill to the coastline. Photo taken at an area known as Haofna, a hilly grassland overlooking this region from east to west.
Overlook at Pali’e of Alaguan Bay and the Southeastern end of the island known as I-Chenchon (or “the nest”), a Bird Sanctuary and wildlife conservation area.
Welcome to the south side of the island downtown Songsong Village and Sasanhaya Bay. View from Japanese Cannon towards Gagani and Pona Point; Sasanhaya Bay below.
Signage along main road in Tatgua pointing eastward to points of interest.