Baguio City Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
    by machomikemd
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by machomikemd
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by machomikemd

Baguio City Off The Beaten Path

  • Ayala Techohub in Camp John Hay

    if you want to dine, drink and hang around without the hustle and bustle and the smog of downtown Baguio City, then proceed to the Ayala Technohub. The Ayala Technohub was opened in April of 2012 and it provides a charming cottage-like setting reminiscent of early Baguio, unlike the current eyesore of the downtown area. The best deal here is that...

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  • Wish you (are) mine - Balatoc Mines Tour

    I have had several visits already to Baguio but only in my latest visit did I come to know of the Balatoc Mines Tour in Itogon, Benguet. Prior to entering the mine, you will be equipped with a pair of boots and a hard hat. (Make sure you bring a pair of socks with you). While waiting for the previous goup to finish the tour, your guide will already...

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  • Strawberry Farm

    ust outside the city proper, you can visit the strawberry farm. Be sure, however, that you go there during strawberry season coz if not, you can’t see anything there bUT green strawberry plants.

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  • Strawberry Picking in la Trinidad!

    where does baguio city get it's sweet strawberries? the answer is in nearby Benguet Province Capital of La Trinidad, which is about 8 kilometers away from the outskirts of baguio city via the Halsema Highway. La Trinidad started growing strawberries, specifically the swiss and japanese variety (although south korean strawberries are the sweetest!)...

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  • TAM-AWAN VILLAGE

    Been to Baguio for several times but it was my first time to see Tamawan Village. This place is a hidden treasure.

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  • Asin Hot springs

    Hi,A friend and I went there a few weeks back. Asin hot springs is further down the road. We went to this place called Riverside resort, I think. It has several pool areas, but not hot spring. There's jeep you can take to Asin. Travel is about 30 to 45 minutes. Fare is 20 pesos. The jeeps are parked at a market near the Municipal office. If you...

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  • Look those lady Igorot

    If you visit Baguio don't forget to have a nice picture with those Igorot, you can see them almost on all tourist spot of Baguio

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  • Look the amazing flower float

    The Flower Festival commonly called Panagbengan held every February of the month, I am lucky to witness this event you will amaze the different flower float parade at the end of the day there will declare the winner actually it is a whole week events.

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  • Watch Igorots Dance

    You will amaze how gracefully Igorots tribe wearing there traditional costume dancing with there hand instrument.

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  • TAM-AWAN VILLAGE

    I've seen this place in the internet and when we were in Baguio, we visit the place. Maganda talaga at very educational. There are 2 trails - the eco-trail and the cultural/historical trail. It's a little bit rainy kaya di na kami nakapag-eco trail. According to our tour guide, madami pa din daw from Baguio locals who doesn't know that the place...

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  • Kennon Road

    The famous zigzag road leading to Baguio City. However, this road usually experiences landslide that is why buses and trucks were no longer allowed to pass by Kennon Road. Either they use the Marcos Highway or the Naguilian Road.

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  • Visit Green Valley Village

    At the Green Valley, I really enjoyed the awesome panorama - the mountains dotted with pine forests and the fog covering and embracing the mountains. The atmosphere is different from other spots in Baguio as the place is not touristy.

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  • Our Lady of Lourdes

    Try to climb the 212 steps going to our Lady. But if you feel lazy, you can ride your car midway and climb approximately 50 steps to the Grotto.

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  • Visit the PMA

    This is one of the best places to experience the old Baguio--the unpolluted, pine-scented Baguio. It's open to the public, so make sure you drop by. My best memories are of running around the Borromeo Field and having my picture taken ala UP Oblacion statue. Little did I know that civilians were off limits this marching field!But don't leave too...

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  • Stroll at the Maryknoll Ecological...

    This is a nice little piece of heaven in Baguio. Outside is the chaos of Marcos Highway. But one becomes oblivious to all the noise and pollution as one takes a stroll--which, at some points on the trail, can become a trek--at the Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary.It's an easy trail, even kids will be able to finish it. I'm more than sure that the...

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  • Botanical Garden - Lovers Lane of Baguio...

    Comes the blooming season and youve never been to Baguio if you havent been to the Botanical Garden where flower garden, shrubs and trees abound. Fresh smell of pines abound this Flower Capital.

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  • today is an auspicious day!

    Got any questions about love, life, money? Get some help from up above! Visit the Bell Church Temple and know the answer. First offer incense sticks at the temple. Then throw the stones, ask help from temple staff to get the number of your fortune.They will read a number and pull out a piece of paper from the corresponding box and you will find the...

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  • After your done in Baguio head to...

    The trip to Banaue is AWESOME!! The road there has to one of the most scenic in the world!! I can be a hair raising ride too! There are'nt alot of guard rails and the bus I was on didn't seem to be in tip-top shape but I had a great time on my 9½ hour trip of bouncing all over the place. There are Air-con buses available too. Those may be a little...

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  • Check out the backcountry

    If your into walking/hiking go out Magsaysay Avenue and keep walking you eventually leave the city limits and then you will be in beautiful country side! There are many smaller side roads you can take and just enjoy the scenery!

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  • Banawe Rice Terraces

    From Bontoc, it's a 2-3 hour bus-ride to Banaue. Waterfalls, natural pools, rice terraces, mountains (if you'reinto mountaineering), forests ... hiking galore for thenature lover. If you're more into "cultural" sightseeing,take a tour of the villages and check out the weaving, andwoodcarving.That should be a good, FULL week-long trip up...

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  • Sagada

    From Baguio, take a bus up to Sagada. It's LOONG (7 to 9hours) and ... er ... not exactly the most comfortable ridein the world (part of the Sagada adventure is the journeythere). There are several lodging houses where you canstay for around 2 to 3 US dollars a night. In the townproper, you might want to visit the cemetery and echovalley ... or buy...

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  • Mountain Provinces

    The cool, rarified heights of Mountain Province beckon with the promise of romance. True to its name, this northern province is hidden among mountains of evergreen forests 7,000 feet above sea level. Well-paved trails and dirt roads wind through terraced slopes planted to rice and vegetables. Visit Bauko town with its landscape of rolling...

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  • Marcos Highway and the Marcos Bust

    Marcos Highway is the longer route up and down Baguio but it is more travel friendly in that it doesn't have the more dangerous, sharper, dizzying zigzags of Kennon Road. If you keep an eye out, you may even spot the Marcos Bust on a mountain side. The Bust of the former president of the Philippines was the first lady Imelda's tribute to her famous...

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  • Maryknoll Park... try to pass by!

    MARYKNOLL PARK The Maryknoll Sisters of Baguio has its own nature park and Bio-Center building which is accessible from the Marcos Highway. A small trail leads visitors around the park where there are Igorot huts, flower gardens, and a hanging pedestrian bridge. A scenic panoramic view of Mt. Santo Tomas is visible from the park on a clear fogless...

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  • try to visit this place...Botanical...

    BOTANICAL GARDEN The beautiful garden is a favorite among those who enjoy looking at different plant species that have adopted well to the climate of Baguio. There are trails that allow visitors to walk around the garden underneath the shade of tall pine trees. During the Marcos regime it was called Imelda Park but was later renamed as the Baguio...

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  • Tam Awan Village... really amazing!

    TAM-AWAN VILLAGE portrays authentic Igorot huts which are constructed on a hillside somewhere behind Quezon Hill. The visitors hut has a display of some Igorot handicraft, books, and other literature. On a clear day at its highest point, Lingayen Gulf and some towns of the Province of La Union are visible

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