Things to do in Baguio

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  • Baguio Museum

    Baguio Museum is located at Department of Tourism –  Philippine Tourism Authority(PTA) Complex, Governor Pack Rd, Baguio City. Museum Hours: 9AM to 5PM Tuesday to Sunday Entrance Fee: (As of June 2014) Adult – 40 Pesos each College – 20 Pesos each High School – 15 Pesos each Elementary – 10 Pesos each Things to […]

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  • Lion’s Head

    The Lion’s Mind is a statue along Kennon Street, a significant highway in Luzon, Philippines that leads to the populous city of Baguio. Situated in Camp 6, the Lion’s Mind measures 40 ft (12 m) high. It had been conceptualized by the Lions Club members of Baguio, through the term of Luis Lardizabal as mayor […]

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  • Asin Hot Springs

    Relax in the Asin hot springs. There are some wonderful hot springs in the area, giving visitors the chance to indulge in some serious relaxation. The Asin hot springs in Tablay, 10 miles north of Baguio, are some of the best in the country and feature a large swimming pool surrounded by the hot springs […]

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  • Kennon Road

    Kennon Road is among the three major gain access to roads that lead up to Baguio City from Manila and the provinces in the central and western elements of Luzon. It connects the populous city with the town of Rosario, La Union. The various other two are Marcos Highway from Agoo, La Naguilian and Union […]

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  • SM City Baguio

    Luneta Hill, Upper Session Road, Baguio City, Benguet, Philippines (+6374) 6197838 – 42 MALL HOURS Monday – Sunday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM Friday – Saturday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM HOLIDAY MALL HOURS November 25 (Fri) to December 30 (Fri) 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM EXCEPT ON: December […]

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  • Laperal White House

    The notoriously-haunted white, Victorian house situated on Leonard Wood Street is a curiosity not merely among locals but also for tourists aswell. Spine-tingling and chilling urban legends continue steadily to lurk the Laperal White colored House of Baguio City up to the very day. Contrary to popular belief, the certain area holds a gruesome history […]

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  • Diplomat Hotel

    When it had been accessible and opened to the general public still, Dominican Hill was generally the next end for visitors who visit the Lourdes Grotto because it was just nearby. The hill was well visited not merely by local and international travelers but also by the occupants of Baguio due to the panoramic notice […]

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  • Camp John Hay

    Camp John Hay used to be the rest and recreational facility for employees of the military and Department of Defense of the United States. This 690-hectare home was turned over to the Philippine authorities in July 1, 1991 and was initially administered by the Philippine Tourism Authority and then turned to the Bases Conversion Development. […]