Mido Inn

Malcolm Square, Baguio, Philippines
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Me at the Mansion House, 8/2010Me at the Mansion House, 8/2010

My aunt Connie and NoynoyMy aunt Connie and Noynoy

The Mansion HouseThe Mansion House

At Mines View ParkAt Mines View Park

Forum Posts

Bus to Manila

by ednalabrador

Does anyone knows what Buses goes to Manila from Baguio, the quickest way,and what time and how long the Bus ride?

Re: Bus to Manila

by mastercooks

Victory Liner, Genesis, Saulog. Quickest way try Victory liner De Lux bus no stopping on the way. Check the website for timing.

Re: Bus to Manila

by barbie_sunrise

Travel time Manila to Baguio is 6 hours inclusive of bus stopover. But it can be as early as 4-5 hours especially if your travelling at midnight.

Re: Bus to Manila

by motchi

if you take the victory liner delux bus, it would take you 5 hours to baguio. the trip is scheduled so you have to reserve ahead of time. at P700/head, if you take the regular bus at P440/head, it would take you 7 hours from pasay to baguio on regular traffic, 6 hours if you leave at the wee hours of the morning. the travel time is inclusive of stop overs (2 tarlac and sison pangasinan, 3 if the bus is not that full and stops at dau).

Travel Tips for Baguio

How to enjoy your stay in Baguio

by JaneCajuguiran

Baguio is for the most part a very pleasurable place to be in. The best time of the year in Baguio is during the cold months of December to mid February. During these time, the strawberry are at its freshest, the trees are so green, and the smell of pine is everywhere. Well, almost I should say.

For first time visitiors, it would be inevitable to go to the crowded landmarks and tourist sites because these are the so-called "trademarks" of Baguio. But then again, I always say that these are no longer reminiscent of the Baguio that used to be - when it was clean, not too crowded and pollution was taboo. I'd keep away from them but probably will advise new tourists to see 2 or 3 places. Highly recommended are Burnham park (because there are other sites at a walking distance from it) and wright park (because you can reach the mansion house, mines view park, botanical garden, teachers camp and the good shepherd convent to buy strawberry and ube jam).

take some pleasurable walk. Part of Baguio's allure is being under the pine trees. Camp John has is a wonderful place to do just that.

Take time to sleep and enjoy the weather. The best memory of baguio for me are those times when my family and I have picnics at Camp John Hay. we play games, tell stories and just simply take our sweet time together.

Prudent people

by JaneCajuguiran

The ilocanos (the people in baguio) are known to be one of the wisest in money management. So, when buying in baguio, it might be good to ask the vendor for their last price then ask them to bring it down at least 30% more. Chances are they won't give it to you but they'd give you a price just a bit higher than what you're asking for which is definitely less than what they originally gave. but of course you have to feel your way around. the most you can get is a squirk or a head shake.

nothing to do in Baguio, go north! the real north!

by shaira01

i myself come from Baguio, and i cannot think of anymore places to see aside from the typical (Mines View, John Hay, CBD, PMA)...

do the road trips from Baguio. Sagada is near Baguio, the mountain provinces (for ethnic taste) and Ilocos, La Union (for lowlands taste) depends on you though.

Asin Hotspring is in Benguet, if you have not visited it yet. the last time i went there took me less than an hour to reach the resorts but i suppose it will take less time now since the road is better.

Strawberry Farm is in Benguet (La Trinidad). From Benguet, you can move north, search the burial caves and try to climb Mt Pulag (next highest point from Mt Apo in Davao) through the amateur trail, it is colder than Baguio on top of the mountain.

You can also see the Ambuklao Dam, it is magnificent, but it will take around, 3-4more hours i think (the last time i went there).

You can also check out Balatoc Mines. They offer a tour in the mines and will be an educational trip.

Burnham Park

by Travel2write

located at the center of the city, is named after the city's planner, Daniel Burnham, It features a man-made lagoon where people can hire a banca (rowboat). The park also has a skating rink and bicycle areas. At the northeast portion is a soccer field with a huge a stage at one end where many concerts are performed.

wash essentials

by homesickblues about solibao in session road

i am a local in baguio working abroad and i tried to dine in solibao much to my disgust.first of all, the place is small and you often are disturbed by people wanting to go to the upper floor(another pub). you are not entitled to any refund eventhough you obviously ordered the wrong dish. waiters are not so helpful as well with the selection of dishes. and the worst part is that you have to go up a floor to wash your hands! and my experience did not end there, there was no soap or washing liquid at all. i had to ask from the kitchen!!so annoyed that i didn't finish the dish I paid for.this place has a lot of facelifting to do if they would be up to scratch.

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