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"Manila and Makati Tour: American Cemetery
"Manila and Makati Tour: American Cemetery Intramuros and Manila Ocean Park Admission""You’ll be picked up from your Manila or Makati hotel in the morning and driven by air-conditioned vehicle to some top Manila attractions starting at the American Cemetery and Memorial. This massive burial ground and memorial is located on a high plateau and is the largest cemetery in the Pacific for US soldiers killed during World War II. Next head through the bustling financial district of Makati. Pass through the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex and stop at the historical Rizal Monument in Rizal Park. This monument honors one of the most revered national heroes of the Philippines José Rizal. Continue to the historic walled city of Intramuros
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Private Half-Day Tagaytay Tour from Manila
"The city of Tagaytay is located on a ridge 2250 feet above sea level. It is about 2 hours leisurely drive south of Manila passing small towns orchards fruit stalls and coconut plantations. Admire the magnificent views offered of Taal Volcano a small volcano whose crater houses another volcano and the quiet surroundings of Taal Lake. The majestic view can be enjoyed from a vantage point along the ridge. After enjoying a native refreshment visit the world’s famous Bamboo Organ of Las Pinas Church and the Jeepney Factory.Tour is inclusive of a complimentary round trip transfers (for hotels located within Manila or Makati area only)
From $108.00
 
Private Tour: Taal Trekking with Lunch from Manila
"You will be picked up from your hotel’s lobby located within Manila or Makati areas at 9am then we will head to the Taal Volcano in Batangas province. The ride from Manila is around 1.5 hour and along the way we will drive through a pleasant countryside.Upon arrival at the lake you will board a motorized outrigger (Bangka) for 30 minutes to Taal Volcano. Please bring your sunscreen hat or mask as the journey is quite dusty and hot. It was an island formed by previous eruption so there aren’t many tress for shade along the way. You will be assisted by an island coordinator to trek up to a wide expanse hardened black lava landscape. The trek is a 0.25miles (400m) elevation for 1.2miles (2km). You will take approximately to enjoy the incredible view from the top and the lake view.After the tour you will be transported back to the hotel safely."""
From $62.00

Most Viewed Local Customs in Baguio City

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Cathedral flight

I learned that a Baguio trip is not complete without going through the Cathedral steps and participating in the mass. It's more than a hundred steps. But for the faint hearted, you can drive thru the...
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Panagbenga Flower Festival

This festival, which is celebrated every fourth week of February, is a thanksgiving celebration of the locals for Mother Nature. It is the time of the year where the flower harvest is most abundant....
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Ifugao natives posing with the tourists

The Ifugao tribe of Baguio built the famous rice terraces more than 2000 years ago. When visiting Baguio, you will see descendants of this tribe garbed in their native costumes - the women wearing...
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Panagbenga Street Dancing Parade

happens every last Saturday of February. highly recommendable if you want to experience Filipino festivals. different student group from different schools all around the country show their cultural or...
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Expressions of Appreciation & Respect

Most Baguio folks speak Tagalog and English. You can approach them to ask for directions. A simple "thank you" and/or smile will express your appreciation for their help. A firm handshake will even...
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Pasalubong Time

When you go to Baguio, everyone who knew you've been there will only ask one thing. Pasalubong. It is something (anything) that you bought there for people left in the city. The most common pasalubong...
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Lengua De Gato (Cats Tongue)

made by tartland company.Spanish influence is evident in many of the names of local Filipino baked goods, though the actual product differs from the Spanish original, which include lengua de gato,...
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Pinipig (rice crispies)

Made by Mikasan!Pinipig (Roasted rice puffs) is a filipino rice dessert made from immature glutinous rice that is harvested and pounded into what look like colorful (depends on the food color or...
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Romana Peanut Brittles

Made by Romana Company!Brittles are confections, usually very hard and brittle, made of caramel, or near-caramel sugar syrup, and nuts. Peanut brittle is one of the numerous varieties of nut brittles,...
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when you're in Baguio this one place you visit...

GOOD SHEPHERD For those who visit the Mines View Park, the Good Shepherd Convent is usually the next stop since it is just nearby. Inside the compound is a small store that is quite popular for its...
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BALUT!!

The magical egg. In the Pi they love balut. Its a egg that was allowed to grow a bit. Didnt try it here but I did back in the states.
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Respect Places of Worship

As any other places of worship... be mindful of signs such as the sign pasted on the door of The Bell Temple...
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Fresh Vegetables

Most families buy ther vegetables fresh everyday so you can check out the vegetable market and see all the ladies stocking up for the day.
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Playing chess

Chess is very popular in the Philippines. You can borrow boards in Burnham Park! It is very easy to find someone to play. You can find some very good competition!!
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Top Hotels in Baguio City

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Loakan Road, Baguio, Luzon, 2600, Philippines
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One Abanao St., Baguio, 2600, Philippines
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68 Kisad road, Baguio, Philippines
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Upper Session Road, Baguio, Luzon, 2600, Philippines
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#3 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio, Philippines
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#1 J. Felipe Street, Baguio, Philippines
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Top Things to Do in Baguio City

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Tam Awan Village

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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Horseback Riding

It's a tradition to come to this park to hire a horse and take a little ride around the park and in the nearby areas. Surely, riders and horse lover's would appreciate it more. The price is quite...
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City Market

Joy bus by Genesis is a cleaner, better ride, on the executive coach, with no screw ups and newer buses. Also drivers seem to be more professional, not stopping to smoke every hour. Same price and a...
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Cathedral

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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Mansion House

This is known as ' The Mansion ", which is the summer residence of the President. Built by the Americans in 1904 as the summer residence of American Governor Generals like William Forbes and William...
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Panagbenga - Flower Festival

Panagbenga Festival, is one of my favorite event !. Every time I watch panagbenga, I always bring my camera with me, to take photos of different artist who will attend the parade. I always bring...
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allelli

"Baguio city"
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cyndymc

"Baguio Today"
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semper.max

"Baguio City - It's a "cool" place"
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yellowbell

"City of Pines and Mums"
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Lensky

"Baguio For Christmas Break"
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