Nipa hut

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The Nipa hut (Bahay Kubo) is the national house of the Philippines. It is constructed out of bamboo tied together. They work well as shelter from average wind and rain. The downside of their bamboo construction is that are easily damaged in larger storms, but are inexpensive and easy to replace.

Nipa Hut is considered as one of the Philippines' cozy and pleasurable places to relax. It is widely used in the Philippine resorts and has an airy surroundings. One reason why most of the foreigners who stayed here in the Philippines prefer nipa huts on the seasides rather than choosing concrete structures is because its comfortable and more relaxing in the inside. Resort owners choose nipa huts as their rooms because they aren't expensive and easy and thrifty to maintain.


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