Baguio Things to Do

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  • 1. Tam Awan Village

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    I would have wanted to experience a night or 2 in one of the native dwelling houses. i really thought it would be fun but due to limited time, my friend and I just explore the village. The tribal...

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  • 2. Cathedral

    4 out of 5 stars

    I was told being a child that if you visit for the first time in a church of a place, you should make a wish and your wish will come true! So, why not visit the Baguio Cathedral when you are visiting...

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  • 3. Horseback Riding

    What else can you do when you are in the City of Pines? Well, let me suggest. If you can afford the fee for horseback riding, then do! It is kind of fun for the kids. Of course, it is not fun for me...

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  • 4. Panagbenga - Flower Festival

    Happening every February, Baguio City's festive atmosphere is up, from the very first day of February until the very first Sunday of March. Panagbenga is considered the festival of festivals in the...

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  • 5. City Market

    4 out of 5 stars

    Baguio City Market is huge market along the Magsaysagy (pronounced as "Mak-sai-sai") Avenue or road. It is one of the busiest place, especially in the morning - full of people and vehicles. The...

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  • 6. Mansion House

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The Mansion House is the official house of the President of the Philippines north of Manila. If the President goes to Baguio City, he/she stays at the Mansion House. There are usually guards in...

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  • 7. Walking

    When I was a law student in this city twenty years ago, I used to work at the back of Burnham Park (Kisad Road). To save money, I used to walked at this park. I used to cut across the park and pass by...

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  • 8. The Wishing Well of Minesview Park

    In the old days, the 50s until the 90s, the little kids in the area of Minesview Park started a trend to catch the tourists attention.They made coin-catching...

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  • 9. Experience Diplomat Hotel

    Diplomat Hotel was once grand and majestic, before it was abandoned and suffered devastation in World War 2.This used to be a vacation home for the Dominican...

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  • 10. Tree top adventure!

    This is the same as tree top in Subic. But the difference here in baguio is you experience the cooler climate and the beautiful pine trees. My sister, my nieces...

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  • 11. Bombs away!

    Only about 20 minutes away from the city, the Balatoc Mines at Itogon offers a unique adventure tour - assimilating the job of a miner in the mine! When we got...

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  • 12. Have a Picnic at Camp John Hay

    Camp John Hay is such a delight to go to. We have never grown tired of visiting it because of the many things we enjoy doing there. One of these things is...

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  • 13. trave max and voyage plus

    traveling to baguio is definitly an experience...and the reason why i am here is to ask for your help to market our product which is the voyage plus card... it...

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  • 14. The place to be in Baguio

    Session Road is the main street in Baguio City. Here you can find a number of notable shops and restaurants. This inclined street is very busy and during the...

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  • 15. A great view

    Mines View Park is a popular place where you can see a great view of the mountains. There is also a lot of shops that sells handicrafts, T-shirts and local...

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  • 16. Camp John Hay

    Camp John Hay is a leisure facility that was established as a rest and relaxation facility for American servicemen and their dependents. When the lease on the...

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  • 17. Relaxing in Burnham Park

    In the cool weather of Baguio, it's sometimes good to set a side a part of the day to just relax, have a nice meal, and find a nice relaxing activity. In...

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  • 18. Help the Senior Citizens in Baguio!!!

    Besides having your pictures taken in Igorot Costume, you are also donating some of your payment to the Senior Citizens of Baguio. There are these two older...

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  • 19. Visit the Botanical Garden

    I had been so tired as I didn't have enough sleep for about two weeks, so I told my aunt that I will wait for them in the jeepney (transportation we had in...

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  • 20. Those two big dogs at Mines View Park

    While I was changing to my Igorot Costume, my cousins and my aunts went to another stall and paid P80 ($1.50) to have their pictures taken with the two dogs.It...

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  • 21. Renting a boat at Dolphin's Cove (Burnham Park)

    This is the first time that I had seen this Dolphin's Cove at Burnham Park. I lived in this city for over 12 years and came back every five years but I have not...

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  • 22. Boating at Burnham Lake

    Probably the last time I did boating around the lake was when I was 8 years old- when we had an excursion in this city. I have never tried again because I get...

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  • 23. Looking for a Filipino shirt with the map logo?

    Guess where I bought mine? When I went to the Mansion House, I got mine for P300.00. The guards there are selling pins and t-shirts!!!Since I didn't have time...

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  • 24. The Silver Shop at St. Louis is already closed!!!

    Are you looking for a handcrafted silver jewelry? The silver shop at St. Louis University was very famous for their jewelries for almost half a century, but...

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  • 25. Eating roasted corn and planteen at Mines View Pk

    The roasted corn at Mines View Park were so good! My relatives and I ate fried and barbecued planteen and roasted corn. These are very inexpensive and for me as...

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