Farmville San Fabian – Agri-Tourism Spot in Pangasinan

Farmville San Fabian – Agri-Tourism Spot In Pangasinan

If you’re like Bilbo Baggins, who is always, always, always, up for an adventure, you’ll definitely love this new Hobbit-inspired tourist destination in San Fabian, Pangasinan! The colorful attraction is settled right in the middle of the farmlands and heavily resembles Bilbo Baggins’ Hobbit House–from the exteriors, even to the little details inside.

Hobbit Farmville, as it is called by its owners, is one of the newest eco-tourist attractions in Lipit-Tomeeng, San Fabian. The tiny hobbit house is only a small part of the enormous farmland owned by husband-and-wife tandem Marcel and Genelyn Mendoza. It is expected that the area will include more attractions and amenities in the years to come. But for now, we’ll talk about what Farmville can offer to us now.

Farmville San Fabian Entrance Fees:

  • Kids (3 years old and below) – FREE
  • Kids (3 to 12 years old) – Php 60.00
  • Adults (13 years old and above) – Php 100.00

Opening Hours

  • Daily, 5:30 AM to 7 PM

Getting to San Fabian, Pangasinan

To get to San Fabian, you can take a bus bound for the area. Cisco is one of the few bus liners that have routes directly to San Fabian. The fare from Pasay to San Fabian and vice versa is Php 440.00. The travel time to and fro each terminal would be around 4 hours.

What to do in Farmville, San Fabian?

Explore

Farmville San Fabian Explore
Photo from @FarmvilleSanFabian

The hobbit house, although it is obviously the main attraction of the area, only occupies little space in the farmland. This means that there is a lot of ground to cover and explore. Visitors can also visit and help the farmers during harvest season, and even bring home some of the produce for a small price!

Pose

Farmville San Fabian Hobbit House

If the photos of Farmville are not enough proof that it is Instagram-worthy, we don’t know what is. Every corner of the area is Instagrammable–from the lush greenery, rustic decors, and colorful exteriors. The only thing you’ll have to think about is doing the perfect pose.

Drink and Relax

Farmville San Fabian Milk Tea
Photo from @FarmvilleSanFabian

Aside from the awe-striking views and decor, what attracts tourists to Farmville is its food and drinks. In fact, the establishment serves the largest milk tea in the province. We’re talking about 2.7L here! Don’t worry, though, they do serve smaller sizes.

Eat

Eat at Farmville San Fabian
Photo from @FarmvilleSanFabian

If you find yourself craving samgyupsal in the middle of a farm, you’re in luck! Farmville also offers unlimited samgyupsal and other deals. Aside from Korean BBQ, they also serve free breakfast and milk tea for guests who stay overnight.

Stay Overnight

Farmville San Fabian Overnight
Photo from @FarmvilleSanFabian

Not ready to leave San Fabian? Experience The Hobbit in a different way! Farmville has two themed rooms available (as of the moment) for overnight stays. Guests can also rent a kawa bath, which is undeniably one of the perfect ways to spend the morning!

Explore San Fabian

If you’ve already seen enough of the plains and farmlands, you may opt to head to the beach, which, fortunately, is only a few minutes away from the center of San Fabian. Tourists can also visit historical sites and churches around town.


Farmville San Fabian Details:

Social Media: Facebook
Contact Details: 0922 848 8318 | marceljon@gmail.com
Address: Lipit Tomeeng 2433 San Fabian, Philippines

Whether you’re a Tolkien fan or not, you’ll surely enjoy this newest attraction in San Fabian, Pangasinan! This Hobbit-inspired destination is a must-visit for the entire family. Now, all that’s left to do is to grab the kids, start the car, and go on your next adventure!

 

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