Baguio has always been one of the top destinations in the Philippines. Because of its chilly temperature, pine-dominated landscapes, and overall romantic atmosphere, this mountain city has attracted tourists especially in summer and even on holidays.
While the capital and big cities of Metro Manila and other lowlands hit scorching temperatures during the dry season, the weather here is relatively cold, making it one of the top choices for a staycation in the Philippines among locals.
If you're coming from the city, you can easily rent a car in Manila so you can go on Baguio tours. There are also many options when it comes to hotels in Baguio City, so you won't have a hard time finding one that suits your needs.
BEFORE GOING TO BAGUIO
The first step in scheduling a visit to Baguio City is to register for an account with Baguio VISITA, a new tourism assistance project by the city government, in partnership with the Department of Tourism and the Tourism Promotions Board. VISITA stands for VISitor Information and Travel Assistance.
Tourist spots in Baguio grew in number over the years, and several of its parks started offering other activities. Nowadays, you can chill out in one of these Baguio parks and spend a whole day just trying out everything that it has to offer.
You'll never run out of things to do in Baguio, and it's no wonder many visitors prefer to book with extended stay hotels when visiting this city. Here's a list of all the activities you can do and what to see in Baguio to help you plan your Baguio tour:
Overlooking View at Mirador Hill and Eco Park
JAPAN IN BAGUIO! One of the newest attractions to see in Baguio is the Mirador Heritage and Eco-Spirituality Park that features a combination of local and Japan-inspired attractions.
|View from Mirador Peace Memorial|
This 5-hectare property is scribbled with hiking trails leading to different sites including the Rock Gardens, the Pandemic Healing Memorial, the La Storta Garden, Ifugao Houses, and the Circular Seismic Chamber.
The most popular is the iconic Mirador Peace Memorial, a red-painted torii gate atop the hill, overlooking the city and the surrounding hills. It is a favorite photo spot for many visitors.
Address: Mirador Hill, Barangay Dominican Hill-Mirador, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Daily)
Entrance Fee: P100 (Regular); FREE (Below 12 y/o)
The Newest Igorot Stone Kingdom
Launched to the public in the second half of 2021, the Igorot Stone Kingdom is Baguio’s newest attraction. The park showcases both modern and traditional Igorot culture as well as the values of the Cordillera Region.
|Igorot Stone Kingdom|
The whole area covers about 6,000 square meters and is dominated by two massive structures facing each other — a modern-day castle and an old-school stone wall. Made of hollow blocks and cement, the modern-day castle is etched with walkways, punctuated by statues, photo spots and viewing decks.
The stone wall, on the other hand, resembles the rice terraces that feature the rock-laying skills of the Igorot people. As you climb, you get to see the Fertility Stone Tower, the Temple of Kabunyan, Bangan’s Dome, the Tower of Gatan, the Face in the Rock, and many more.
Address: #86 Long-long Benguet Road, Pinsao Proper, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Daily)
Entrance Fee: P100 (Regular); P80 (Senior & PWD with ID); P80 (Kids 4-12 y/o); FREE (3 y/o and below)
Cordillera Heritage Tour at Tam-awan Village
Just a few meters away from Igorot Stone Kingdom lies Tam-Awan Village, nicknamed Garden in the Sky. If you want to explore to learn more about the region's indigenous art forms, go on a Cordillera heritage tour and start with Tam-Awan Village.
Built by the Chanum Foundation in 1998, Tam-Awan Village is modeled after native Ifugao villages to give people a glimpse of the other parts of the region.
The word Tam-Awan in the local dialect means vantage point. An apt name since the Tam-Awan Village sits on a hillside with a panoramic view of the South China Sea.
With a stunning vista and lush greenery, you'll surely enjoy exploring the several Cordillera huts scattered around Tam-Awan Village. You can also go on a quick hike to several viewing decks in the village.
Address: 366-C Pinsao Proper, Long Long Benguet Road, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Daily)
Entrance Fee: P60 (Adults); P40 (Students & Seniors); P30 (4-10 y/o); FREE (3 y/o and below)
The Eerie Experience at Diplomat Hotel
Officially named the Dominican Hill Retreat House but popularly referred to as the Diplomat Hotel, the 17-hectare property is sprawled atop the Dominican Hill. It was originally built as a retreat house for the Dominican priests and nuns in the first half of the 20th century until World War II, when the Japanese took over and turned it into a military garrison and war prison.
After restorations and remodeling, the Diplomat Hotel was launched and operated between the 1970s and the 1980s. Given its history, especially the atrocities of WWII, it gained notoriety for paranormal activities, consistently putting it on the list of most haunted places in the Philippines.
Today, the whole hill area is declared a heritage and historical site by the local government of Baguio and was named Dominican Heritage Hill and Nature Park. The property is undergoing rehabilitation and development for tourism and is open to photoshoots, filmmaking, wedding receptions, and other events and functions.
Address: Dominican Hill, Diplomat Road, Baguio City. The best way to get there is to take a cab from the city center.
Opening Hours: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Daily)
Entrance Fee: P10 (adult), P5 (kids)
Do Your Cardio at Yellow Trail
The Yellow Trail, also called Forest Bathing Trail, meanders about 1.5 kilometers across the pine-covered Camp John Hay.
The walking path links Le Monet and Tree Top Adventure — the two jumping-off points. From the Tree Top Adventure, the trail goes further to Scout Hill, the final stop.
If you want to challenge yourself, take the uphill route that starts at Le Monet Hotel and ends at Scout Hill. If you just want to enjoy nature the easy way, take the reverse downhill route — starting at Scout Hill and ending at Le Monet Hotel.
Address: Camp John Hay (Scout Hill or Le Monet Hotel), Baguio City
Opening Hours: The trail is open 24/7, but it is advisable to hike during the day.
Entrance Fee: FREE
Explore Bell House and Amphitheater
Named after General J. Franklin Bell this used to be the home of the Governor Generals of the Philippines.
This American designed home today is a museum where you can appreciate the interior of an American home still with some of the furniture that were used when it was first built. You can enjoy the view of the pine forest at the balcony of the Bell House.
The amphitheater. which is also named after General J. Franklin Bell, is used as venue for weddings and other activities. You can reserve the use of the amphitheater by getting in touch with the John Hay Historical Core office.
Address: Historical Core, Camp John Hay, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Daily)
Entrance Fee: P75 (Historical Core Entrance Fee). This fee also allows entrance to the Cemetery of Negativism.
Rental Rates: The Bell Amphitheater P4,650.00 / per hour, The Bell House Veranda P4,050.00 / per hour, Secret Garden P3,000.00 / per hour
Be Amused at Cemetery of Negativism
Located on a hill’s slope between Bell House and Camp John Hay Picnic Area, the Cemetery of Negativism (also called the Lost Cemetery) was commissioned in the early 1980s by the base’s commanding general John Hightower.
This is not a “real” cemetery, it was built for people to bury any negative thoughts they have, because of its serene location you can enjoy your alone time while dispelling any negative thoughts.
Address: Historical Core, Camp John Hay, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Daily)
Entrance Fee: P75. This fee also allows entrance to the Bell House.
Go Shopping at Baguio Night Market
If you're unsure of what to do in Baguio at night, drop by the Baguio Night Market. Baguio is a famous bargain shopping hotspot. If you want to put your haggling skills to the test, there is no better place than the Baguio Night Market. This bargain-hunting haven is every thrifty fashionista's dream.
|Baguio Night Market|
From 9:00 PM to 2:00 AM, a part of Harrison Road at the northeast of Burnham Park transforms into a flea market. Here you can find everything to complete a casual look without burning a hole through your wallet, thanks to the rows of ukay-ukay stalls.
Baguio Night Market is overflowing with ukay-ukay. It's the best place to shop for quality second-hand jackets, boots, clothes, and accessories for a fraction of their original price. And if you're lucky, or have great thrift-shopping skills, you can score one of a kind vintage finds or even items that are in mint condition.
Address: Harrison Road, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 9:00 PM – 2:00 AM (Daily)
Have Fun at Sky Ranch Baguio
Sky Ranch is not unique to Baguio, as similar theme parks are also present in Tagaytay and Pampanga, offering pretty much the same rides and experience. But if you haven’t been to one yet, then you may add Sky Ranch Baguio to your itinerary.
- Baguio Eye: P150
- Super Viking: P100
- Sky Cruiser: P100
- Drop Tower: P100
- Double-Decker Carousel: P50
If you plan on trying multiple rides, consider getting a RIDE-ALL-YOU-CAN DAY PASS! It will give you access to the amusement park’s 11 best attractions at a lower rate.
Address: Luneta Hill, Upper Session Rd, Baguio
Opening Hours: 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM (Daily).
Go Boating at Burnham Park
If it's your first time in the city and are wondering where to go in Baguio, put Burnham Park on your list. Considered as the city's "mother of all parks," Burnham Park is one of Baguio's best attractions. It was named after urban planner Daniel Burnham, the American architect who came up with the original design and layout of the park.
|Burnham Park boating lagoon|
Burnham Park is an open green park at the heart of Baguio. The park's lush greeneries and blooming flowers make you forget that you are in the middle of a highly urbanized city.
Burnham Park is very accessible; it is located along Harrison Road and is just a stone's throw from the famous Baguio thoroughfare, Session Road. There are also several hotels that are within walking distance of the park, including Holiday Inn Baguio City Centre and Eurotel Baguio.
Address: Burnham Park, Jose Abad Santos Drive, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 24/7
Entrance Fee: FREE
Rental Rates: P75/30 mins (Chopper/Big Bike); P50/30 mins (Go Kart); P125/30 mins (Grand Tour); P100/30 mins (Boat, good for 5 pax) + P50 if you want to hire a rower
Learn History and Culture at Baguio Museum
The Baguio Museum stands as a reminder of that and the city's storied past and rich cultural and historical heritage. The museum was built to resemble a traditional Ifugao home. It has wood and stone, and it features a pyramid roof that has two towering concrete poles at the stair entrance.
Baguio is part of Benguet Province and the greater Cordillera Region. The main floor of the building is dedicated to the craftsmanship of the provinces of the Cordillera region: Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga, Mountain Province, Apayao, and Abra.
You will find various tribal artifacts, native jewelry, apparel, fabrics, and musical instruments encased by protective glass panels.
Baguio Museum also houses models of the different huts used by tribes in ancient times. Even more fascinating is the museum's collection of burial jars and carved wooden coffins, one of which contains a real mummified body!
Address: Dot-PTA Complex, Gov. Pack Rd, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Tuesday – Sunday); CLOSED (Mondays)
Entrance Fee: P40 (Regular); P10-20 (Student Discount)
Go Visit Baguio Cathedral
Formally known as the Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral, the Baguio Cathedral stands atop Mount Mary Hill, or what the Ibalois call "Kampo."
The church is known for its Neo-Gothic style, as evidenced by its twin spires and its rose-colored exterior with stained-glass windows.
During World War II, it served as an evacuation center. Baguio Cathedral is also the largest Catholic church in the city. As it is built on top of a hill, it gives visitors an awe-inspiring bird' s-eye view of Session Road and the whole of Baguio.
The Baguio Cathedral can be reached by climbing a 104-step staircase.
Address: Our Lady Of Atonement Cathedral, Session Road, Baguio City
Opening Hours: Tourists are welcome anytime but please be considerate when mass is ongoing.
Entrance Fee: FREE
Experience City Night Life at Session Road
Session Road is a six-lane 1.7-kilometer (1.1 mi) major road in Baguio. The entire road forms part of the National Route 231 (N231) of the Philippine highway network.
|Session Road at night|
A lovely walk down from Luneta Hill toward the Baguio City Market, Session Road is where you will find department stores, bazaars, boutiques, old movie theaters, hotels, cafes and restaurants, bakeries and grocery stores. A majority of banks operating in the Baguio City are found there, as well as various offices, drugstores, book stores and news stands.
If you want to have dinner first before losing yourself in music and booze with friends and maybe new acquaintances, Session Road hosts numerous international restaurants and fast-food restaurants.
Buy Local Products at Baguio Public Market
For pasalubong, make your way to the Baguio Public Market, which houses countless stalls selling products that are synonymous with the region — fresh strawberries and Sagada oranges, strawberry and ube jams, peanut brittle, fresh vegetables, and souvenirs!
|Wet and dry goods at Baguio Public Market|
The cheapest vegetables can be bought at the Hangar area of the market. You will have to pass through the rice section of the market as well as the coffee section to reach this area. Although most vegetables are sold by kilo, you can also choose to buy their chopsuey pack for pasalubong. For gourmet food lovers, you can also find some fresh herbs in this section such as basil, rosemary, mint, and parsley.
If you do not have a chance to go to the Strawberry Farms in La Trinidad, the next best place to buy fresh strawberries is at the market. Most of the stalls that sell them are found in the area beyond the native handicrafts and T-shirts section. Sometimes, these stalls also sell bottles of strawberry jams and other food items that have strawberry in them.
Address: Magsaysay Ave, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 4:00AM to 7:00PM (Daily)
Discover the New Baguio Botanical Garden
The Baguio Botanical Garden is one of the most beautiful places in Baguio and provides a much-needed tranquil space amid bustling Baguio City. In 2009, the garden was renamed Centennial Park in celebration of Baguio's 100th year as the Summer Capital of the Philippines.
|The newly renovated Baguio Botanical Garden|
Exploring the garden is a whole adventure on its own, as it has several sections with different attractions. As you enter the park, you will be greeted by a giant sculpture.
This bronze masterpiece is the work of Ben Hur Villanueva, a renowned Filipino sculptor. The statue represents the of the Cordillerans, Americans, Chinese, and Japanese in building Baguio.
With the abundance of trees and different plants, the Baguio Botanical Garden is truly a great place to unwind. You can explore the various sections, sit by the benches, or have a snack under the cottages.
Address: 37, Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Daily)
Entrance Fee: FREE
Horseback Riding at Wright Park
Wright Park is one of the many scenic parts of Baguio. It is a quiet promenade with blossoming flowers, a pool lined with pine trees, and a long stairway that leads visitors to a riding circle.
This park is considerably smaller than Burnham Park, but it is also less crowded and more peaceful. It is located in the eastern part of Baguio and fronts the main gate of The Mansion.
Wright Park's long rectangular pond is called the "Pool of Pines," which could not be a perfect name as the length of the lake is flanked by pine trees on both sides.
There is also a park circle and pavilion where you can sit, relax, and listen to the swaying pine. Wright Park is an open green space, so feel free to stroll around and admire its natural beauty.
Wright Park is often called Ride Park, an understandable mistake since the park is known for its horseback-riding activity.
Address: Wright Park, Pacdal Circle, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 6:00 AM – 7:00 PM (Daily)
Entrance Fee: FREE
Horseback Riding Rate: P200 for 7 rounds
Get Some Selfies at The Mansion
The Mansion in Baguio was built in 1908 to serve as the official summer residence of U.S. Governors-General during the American occupation, making it one of the historical places in Baguio. Today, this Baguio City tourist spot serves as the official summer palace of the President of the Philippines.
Located on the eastern side of the city, it right in front of the idyllic Wright Park. This grand palace is easily one of the most photographed landmarks in Baguio.
Although the main gate is open to the public, visitors are only allowed in The Mansion House Museum, where tourists can check out presidential memorabilia.
Aside from exploring the museum, the only other activity you can do here is picture-taking. So don't be shy about taking tons of photographs!
Address: The Mansion, Baguio-Bua-Itogon Road, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 24/7 (Mansion Gate). Most of the time, the Mansion is closed to the public, so visitors can only get a glimpse of the actual mansion from the entrance gate.
Go Sight-seeing at Mines View Park
Baguio was a former mining town in the early 20th century. To get a glimpse of that past, you have to visit Mines View Park. This park sits on a ridge on the northeast side of Baguio. Exploring the park is one of the recommended leisure activities in Baguio.
|Always crowded view deck from Mines View Park|
As such, its main attraction is a viewing deck that offers a stunning view of the Cordillera Mountains and Benguet's old copper and gold mines. Tourists are given a chance to dress in traditional Ifugao garbs like bahag (loincloth), vests, and headdresses, and even hold a shield and spear for picture-taking.
You can also get your fix of Baguio's signature strawberry taho at Mines View Park. You won't have trouble finding taho vendors here as they are everywhere. Mines View Park is also a great spot to buy souvenirs. There are several shops here that sell woven items, knitted garments, wooden souvenirs, as well as silverworks.
Address: Mines View Park, Gibraltar Road, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 6:00 AM – 8:00 PM.
Entrance Fee: P10 (Adult); P5 (Children)
Buy Pasalubong at Good Shepherd Convent
Aside from the pasalubong stores around Mines View Park, do not forget to drop by at the Good Shepherd Convent that is just a stones' throw away.
Their acclaimed peanut brittle, ube, and strawberry jam have become synonymous with Baguio pasalubong. They are also now offering baked goodies like Lengua de Gato and alfajores, homemade ice cream, and strawberry-calamansi juice.
Be prepared to either line up for at least 30 minutes as you wait to be serviced or get heartbroken when your desired product goes out of stock. Though, you may enjoy taking photos from the convent's view deck with the Cordillera Mountains as your background.
Address: Good Shepherd Convent, 15 Gibraltar Road, Baguio City
Opening Hours: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Daily)
Entrance Fee: FREE
OTHER ATTRACTIONS TO SEE OUTSIDE BAGUIO (Nearby Tourist Spots)
Strawberry Picking at La Trinidad Strawberry Farm
Visiting the strawberry farm in nearby La Trinidad along with other attractions is one of the top experiences you can't miss out on when you're in the Summer Capital. The weather in the North is perfect for growing several kinds of vegetables and fruits, but nothing is more popular and delicious than the plump red strawberries here.
La Trinidad, the capital of Benguet, is about 30 minutes from the Baguio town proper. This municipality is where you'll find hectares of land dedicated to growing strawberries to supply the rest of the country. It is one of the most frequented Benguet tourist spots.
|The crowd at La Trinidad Strawberry Farm|
Strawberries are best eaten when they're freshly harvested. So, grab a basket and pick the berries yourself. Aside from being such a unique experience, harvesting fruits will also give you a deeper appreciation for the Ibaloi farmers who till these lands.
The activity is open from November to May every year. The rates for the event vary. If you leave the work to the professionals, you can buy freshly picked strawberries near the exits of the farm. Aside from strawberries, you can also purchase fresh flowers and choose from a wide selection of fresh vegetables. Don't forget to try the treats like fresh Strawberry Ice Cream and Strawberry Taho, as well.
Address: Barangay Betag, La Trinidad, Benguet
Opening Hours: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM (Daily).
Entrance Fee: FREE. The rate for Strawberry-Picking Group Experience is P600. This rate is good for five (5) people already. If you will buy strawberries, the price is P360/kilo for small strawberries and P400/kilo for large strawberries.
Get Your Best Photo of StoBoSa Hill in La Trinidad
The shanty-covered hills of La Trinidad used to be an eyesore in otherwise scenic countryside. Inspired by the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and the Gamcheon Cultural Village of South Korea, the local government sought to transform the bleak hillside communities of La Trinidad.
|Colors of StoBoSa|
Today, the houses of Stonehill, Botiw-tiw, and Sadjap (StoBoSa) have become an expansive life-sized art piece collectively called the StoBoSa Hillside Homes Artwork.
Also known as the Colors of StoBoSa, it comprises of around 200 houses over an area of 18,000 square meters. If the sheer expanse of it is not enough to wow you, the vibrant hues of this massive art piece will.
Address: Barangay Balili, La Trinidad, Benguet
Opening Hours: 24/7
Entrance Fee: FREE
Admire the Taoist Architecture Bell Church, La Trinidad
Atop the hills near the borders of Baguio and La Trinidad sits the Bell Church, the center of the religious and cultural activities of Baguio's Chinese-Filipino community.
Bell Church was founded in 1960 by Ng Pee, a Chinese immigrant from the Canton Region. This Chinese temple is primarily influenced by Taoist architecture, but it also features a fusion of Buddhist symbols and follows ancient Chinese methods of construction.
Upon arriving at Bell Church, an ornate arch with dragon highlights and Chinese inscriptions will greet you. In front of the temple, you will find two octagonal lotus ponds that resemble a Bagua.
In Chinese culture, it represents the concept of rebirth and immortality. As you explore the church grounds, prepared to be entranced by the soaring pagodas, dragons, and lion statues, of course, the bells that decorate Bell Church.
Address: FA 347 Bell Church Road, La Trinidad, Benguet
Opening Hours: 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Note that it closes at lunch time between 12:00 PM and 1:30 PM.
Fees: P20/head (Entrance Fee); P20 (Parking Fee)
Appreciate Art at Bencab Museum, Tuba
Baguio is home to a vibrant art scene; from contemporary Filipino art to the distinctive traditional architecture of the Cordillera Region. Whether you're an art aficionado or you're looking to deepen your appreciation for Filipino art, then be sure to drop by at BenCab Museum.
BenCab Museum is home to the permanent collection of Philippine National Artist Benedicto Cabrera. It also serves as a venue for art shows and exhibitions.
The highlight of the museum is the gallery of BenCab himself. The BenCab Gallery houses the National Artist's masterpieces, which mostly feature Sabel, his best-known muse. Sabel was a real scavenger woman whom BenCab saw and photographed in 1965. She has since been the subject of several of BenCab's paintings.
Aside from the galleries, BenCab Museum also has a restaurant. Cafe Sabel serves the Cabrera family recipes and uses ingredients that are grown from the museum's garden.
Address: Kilometer 91, #6 Asin Road, Tadiangan, Tuba, Benguet
Opening Hours: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Tuesday – Sunday). Note that last entry is at 5:30 PM. CLOSED on Mondays, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
Entrance Fee: P150 (General Admission); P120 (Students); P100 (Senior Citizens and PWDs); FREE (Children below 42″ height)
Your Baguio itinerary will never run out of places to visit, things to do, places to explore, lessons to learn, and food to eat in the City of Pines. If you are looking for 3 days and 2 nights stay, check out my Baguio itinerary guide.
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WHERE TO STAY IN BAGUIO
Here are some of the many top hotels with Certificate of Authority to Operate (CAO) from the Department of Tourism in Baguio:
- Cedar Peak Condominium - Check Rates & Availability
- Austrianne Residences - Check Rates & Availability
- Hotel Veniz – Session - Check Rates & Availability
- V Hotel and Apartel - Check Rates & Availability
- Elmar Cabin - Check Rates & Availability
For directions and bus schedules, check out my Manila to Baguio guide. For those who are driving to Baguio, you may check the fastest way to Baguio. Read my COMPLETE BAGUIO TRAVEL GUIDE to know more about Baguio City.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Related To Baguio
- Why Baguio is the best tourist spot?
Baguio has always been one of the top destinations in the Philippines. Because of its chilly temperature, pine-dominated landscapes, and overall romantic atmosphere, this mountain city has attracted tourists especially in summer and the holidays like Christmas and New Year.
- Why do you love Baguio?
The locals are quite warm and friendly, and the neighborhood is very peaceful, to say the least. The people here are very welcoming, especially when it comes to visitors in the area. And that is something I would want people to feel and experience when they visit Baguio City.
- What can you say about Baguio City?
Hailed as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio is the top destination to go to if you want to take a break from the tropical heat in the lowlands. With average temperatures ranging from 15-23°C, the city rarely experiences temperatures higher than 26°C even during the warmest parts of the year.
- What is the best month to go to Baguio?
Hence, the popular time to visit Baguio is months of December and January. Highest temperature in Baguio is recorded as 95℉ in April and May. Lowest temperature in Baguio is recorded as 48.2℉ in February. Most humid month in Baguio is August.
OTHER ACTIVITIES AND TOUR IN BAGUIO
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- MANILA TO BAGUIO: Bus Schedule and Fare
- AMERICAN HERITAGE BAGUIO HOME (as seen on "Glorious" movie)
- Baguio Country Club's Christmas Village (Schedule, Entrance Fee & How To Get There)
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