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Baguio

Revisiting my Baguio trip last December

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Burnham Park

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Burnham Park is a walking distance to just about everything in Baguio - hotels, famous restaurants, the city market, and Session Road. With the number of activities you can enjoy here, it’s easy to remember Burnham Park as a place that’s alive and exciting. Some of the things you can do: • Rent a swan boat so you can paddle around Burnham Lagoon • Ride (or rent) a bike around Burnham Park • Enjoy the vast display of roses and orchids • Learn how to roller skate at the rink • Try strawberry taho and other snacks you can find around the park

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Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral

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Experienced Simbang Gabi in Baguio when I visited last December. It’s definitely nice to see the church in all its majesty. Simbang Gabi is a 9-day celebration of mass on the days leading up to Christmas.

  • +63 74 304 4061
  • 2600 Steps To Our Lady Of Atonement Cathedral, Baguio, Benguet, Philippines

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BenCab Museum

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BenCab Museum houses every art piece you could think of - sketches, paintings, and sculptures, among others. From time to time, they also showcase exhibits from different artists across the country. For only PHP 150*, you get to experience the rich Cordillera culture as well as masterpieces from Benedicto Cabrera and other rising artists. *From the BenCab Museum website

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Baguio Botanical Garden

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For tourists who prefer greener and quieter spaces, this is your best bet. The Botanical Garden is a place where you can find towering pine trees, colorful flowers, and various kinds of plants - and it’s all for free. Besides these landscapes, you also get to see sculptures celebrating the Philippines’ friendship with other countries as well as tunnels used during the Japanese invasion.

  • 37 Leonard Wood Rd, Baguio, 2600 Benguet, Philippines

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Camp John Hay

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  • Camp John Hay, Baguio, Benguet, Philippines

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Mines View Park

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Mines View Park is the best place to be in the morning, as it boasts a spectacular view of the sunrise over Benguet’s gold and copper mines.

  • Baguio, Benguet, Philippines

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Bell Church

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Good Shepherd Convent

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In the Philippines, bringing home Good Shepherd pasalubong (souvenir) might as well be a tradition when you go to Baguio. Good Shepherd is known for the various products made by Good Shepherd nuns. Their products include ube and strawberry jams, lengua, peanut brittle, crinkles, and other snacks loved by many Filipinos. When you buy from them, you’re also contributing to the maintenance of the convent!

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