The Baden Powell Inn

26 Governor Pack Road Cor., Session Road, Baguio, Philippines
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Forum Posts

hiring a taxi in baguio

by rainabellar

how much would it cost to hire a taxi for a halfday in baguio city for you to tour around? thank you!!!

Re: hiring a taxi in baguio

by sanggano

i have not hired a taxi in baguio, but i estimate a 4-hour hire would cost P700 upwards.

Re: hiring a taxi in baguio

by cyndymc

Neither have I hired a taxi because we always bring our car to Baguio City, but as far as I know, everything depends on the distance of your desired destination. Will you leave everything to the driver to decide where you'll go? or do you have specific places you'd like to reach? If you will stay in a hotel, it is best to coordinate with your concierge. Given your IT, they would know better and give you an idea of the travel cost of a meter-down or hired cab. They can also call for a reliable taxi service for you.

Re: hiring a taxi in baguio

by lahoree

Taxis are cheap in Baguio. For six hours, I had paid Peso 800 and the guy showed me all famous sites in and around Baguio. As he provided excellent services, I paid for his lunch and a tip of Peso 200.

Hope it helps.

Travel Tips for Baguio

EZ Map Baguio - very handy

by myspices

Get an EZ Map Baguio. You can purchase this at any large bookshops or magazine shops or upon arrival at the airport. Price is 100pesos. This map also shows the map of Sagada and Banaue, therefore it is really a good map for keeps.

Speak in English rather than Tagalog

by joiwatani

Most Igorots and residents originally from Baguio City rarely speak in Tagalog. Most older Igorots speak and understand English better than the national language because of the influence of the Americans.

Short cut to Session Rd is the Cathedral stairway

by joiwatani

When you are in the city, it's really difficult to find parking especially down Session Road or finding a parking space at the Maharlika Hall on Magsaysay Avenue.

If you brought your own vehicle, make sure to go and park at the Cathedral (there's also a bathroom there). Then, take the stairs on the left side of the Cathedral leading to Session Road. For those who have aching ankles or arthritis, this is not a way to go! The stairs are steep!

Just park your vehicle there if you intend to do shopping or eating out in Session Road. This way, you save the hassle of looking for parking.

Cemetery of Negativism

by bike_packer

From outside the fence, it looks like a cemetery for pets, but upon a closer look on the epitaphs by the supposed tombs with monuments, the Cemetery of Negativism is where negative attitude, bad experiences and anything that creates bad vibes are buried.

Amusing and funny on the play of words on the epitaphs.

Located inside Camp John Hay.

Great food at good prices

by trisanna about SM Food Court

The shopping center SM Baguio has some nice restaurants and a large food court. I highly recommend the Taste of Laoag, which serves north Luzon fare. If you can, try the Vigan Bibingka. It looks like a corn muffin in banana leaf. But it tastes a little sweet (like yellow cake), but has a salty and cheesy top. It sounds weird, but believe me -it's good. It's served warm. Other food stalls serve other Pilipino, Chinese and western fare.

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Address: 26 Governor Pack Road Cor., Session Road, Baguio, Philippines