Things to Do in Baguio

Top Things to Do in Baguio

Things to Do in Baguio

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  • Jean K
    Cainta, Philippines1 contribution
    This is a playground of the god, the experience is not at the peak of it but your journey in the uphill mountain. This is the place where i will visit again soon.
    Written 6 September 2021
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  • April Esther V
    Taguig City, Philippines42 contributions
    If you have kids who like soldier stuff, vintage world war II tanks and retired Military aircraft, come visit the only Philippine Military Academy. The Museum for now is closed though and undergoing renovation. All safe as all these are seen al fresco.
    Prepare for lots of walking. Bisita PMA QR code is needed as they limit the number of visitors per day due to the pandemic I suppose.
    Souvenir stores are a paradise to those who want Soldier attire and paraphernalia.
    Written 13 April 2022
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  • Latrinidad L
    10 contributions
    I recommend going really early to avoid the long lines. Its probably not worth it if you're really short on time. You'll be able to purchase their products in a lot of other areas that resell them (but of course a bit more Php) like the bus terminals and main tourist attractions.
    Written 6 January 2022
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  • irenevff
    Bulacan Province, Philippines3,892 contributions
    it's a fact. you've not actually been to baguio if you have not explored burnham park. when i was still working in this city, i would while my time away in this place. i could become oblivious to the crowd by just sitting on one of the benches facing the man-made lagoon, observing people from different walks of life who were trying desperately to manoeuvre themselves on the murky waters while i enjoyed sipping a glassful of strawberry tahô i bought from a nearby ambulant vendor. sometimes, i got to be asked to take someone's group picture. at times, when boredom struck, i volunteered to shoot couples who struggled with their selfies.

    we frequent burnham now as a family during our quick visits to baguio. my son would go biking sometimes or eat street foods from nearby stalls. this is a great place for bonding with family members, friends or a special someone with no entrance fee.
    Written 22 June 2022
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  • Flordes Faith Buteng
    Luzon, Philippines3 contributions
    When i visited diplomat hotel it is really nice there. There are a lot of room that you can explore and also at the rooftop it is good for some pictures if you want to visit there. So far I have not encountered suspicious ghost as they say in there stories. Also at the bask there is also a garden there full of flower and it is also a good place to take pictures as well.
    Written 21 February 2021
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  • Hungry-sailor86
    San Fernando La Union, Philippines380 contributions
    This is the place everyone comes in baguio and gets crowded as there are so few actual tourist attractions in the city. Prepare to march in a queue to the view point while being solicited for photos and souvenirs. The view is nice but can be seen all over the city without the crowds
    Written 6 May 2022
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  • Ramanuj Naik
    Bhilai, India25 contributions
    Garden in the sky, that's Tam awan village although its not a real native village but has been converted to contemporary art gallery where you can get nature and art .Nestled into the hilly mountains of Baguio is an unsuspecting art village. At a glance, you only notice traditional huts with grass roofs scattered on different levels of elevation throughout the forest.they have nice forest views koi ponds and much more. Enterance is 60 Php
    Written 12 February 2020
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  • irenevff
    Bulacan Province, Philippines3,892 contributions
    a visit to lourdes grotto is non-negotiable, i.e., it should always be in our itinerary whenever we are in baguio. climbing the almost 300 steps would be a struggle for the physically unfit but once you reach the end of the stairs, you'd feel like you've accomplished a great feat. actually, there's a parking space at the top so if you choose not to sacrifice your strength, there's a faster way by driving a car.

    a new chapel has been erected a few meters from the grotto itself. it is an added serene spot for the devotees who need a respite after a tiring uphill crawl.

    candles and flowers can be bought from vendors at the foot of the stairs.
    Written 22 June 2022
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  • Jay Santos
    Makati, Philippines1,136 contributions
    I was told to be careful from pickpockets in this area. Still, the whole complex was a fun way to know the local vibe and atmosphere of Baguio.

    Try to find the area where the locals are buying their stuff. Otherwise the ‘tourist zone’ is still a good place to be.
    Written 14 December 2021
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  • meghann ugay
    5 contributions
    Botanical Garden is one of the beautiful and relaxing place i have visit . You can see a lot of flowers everywhere . There is also a cave that you can explore in Botanical Garden . A place that you shouldn't missed when you visit Baguio .
    Written 10 June 2021
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  • JQandRich
    Bustos, Philippines50 contributions
    The church is a convent category therefore very solemn place to meditate, pray and connect to God. The place can be your refuge from anxiety, stress and other things life throw your way.
    Written 20 May 2021
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  • Angielyn V
    Luzon, Philippines3 contributions
    Bell Church is a nice place where you and your friends can take pictures. I can still remember every Chinese New Year a lot of people go there and line up because they always give foods, coins, and enjoy the view of the dancing dragon. It is fun and worth it exploring the place.
    Written 21 February 2021
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  • irenevff
    Bulacan Province, Philippines3,892 contributions
    session road is being kept closed to motorists on sundays so tourists can enjoy the main thoroughfare of baguio without the traffic and pollution. there are lots of stalls lining the street starting from the post office until it reaches the market road. you can choose to buy souvenir items, native delicacies, plants, pets or watch a mime artist in a green soldier costume perform funny antics to the delight of the passers-by.

    a lot of restaurants, ukay-ukay stores, banks, pharmacies, etc are located in this major street in the highest city in the country.
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • Altheia
    Baguio, Philippines5 contributions
    A great place to refresh, stroll and sit. It's good for big events or celebrations since I had participated the cultural dances way back Panagbenga 2018 that was held in here but the stage lacks space. Also very historical. Good for those who loves about histories.
    Written 21 February 2021
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  • irenevff
    Bulacan Province, Philippines3,892 contributions
    this is another non-negotiable tourist spot that we need to visit every time we are in baguio. a melting pot for catholics from all walks of life. it can be accessed from the session road by climbing the 100-step steep staircase. if you're not up to it, you can simply walk your way up from the post office side.

    the Church has survived the japanese bombings during WW II and even the strong earthquake in 1990, proving its resilience from disasters.

    the hill where it currently stands is named Kampo by the ibaloi people, the indigenous tribe that originates from the highlands of the cordillera region. this is the biggest Church of worship in baguio for Catholics.
    Written 3 July 2022
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