We often see a Bahay Kubo house in the provinces where their life is simple.
Apart from the inexpensive material because it is made of bamboo, it also feels good because it has good ventilation which gives comfort to the feeling.
Who would have thought that a hut would cost P1.7 million pesos? Are you also one of the shocked?
Like this Kubo house in Davao del Sur which can be said to be unique because of its value which reaches millions.
According to a Choose Philippines article, the said Bahay Kubo is located in Barangay New Sibonga, Kiblawan, Davao del Sur, where it is owned by the couple Marcelo and Amelia Alqueza.
This expensive hut house is also one of the reasons why many tourists come here to take pictures and wonder that the construction cost a million pesos.
In addition, this Kubo house is made of bamboo from the walls, chairs, cabinets, beds and other items.
The doors are made of rattan and the roof is made of Cogon grass.
According to this Bahay Kubo can last for Fifty (50) years. And this hut house was also made by a member of T`boli who came from Lake Sebu, South Cotabato.
The couple also said that this hut house is their dream to be built because it is windy and eco friendly because of the materials used.