The Mansion

This is the official residence for the President of the Philippines. Built in 1908 for US governor generals in America’s regime, the structure holds a mini museum of collections from past presidents, a small amphitheater, and a two story building that serves as an official residence for Philippine presidents. The…
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Bell Church

Bell Church is one of the less mainstream locations to visit in Baguio due to its location being distant to the city. Located along the border of Baguio City and La Trinidad, sits a tranquil sacred refuge representing the unified community of Filipinos and Chinese. It is a Taoist church…
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Camp John Hay

Named after Secretary of State John Milton Hay, Camp John Hay was a retreat for American soldiers, and is now one of the most visited tourist destinations in Baguio. Besides the green environment and view, Camp John Hay has a lot to offer; Visit the Historical Core, this entails the…
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Mines View

Mines View Park is a place overlooking the north-eastern outskirts of the City. It features a remarkable panoramic view of the mountains, Amburayan Valley and the mining town of Itogon. The park does not only showcase an astonishing view, but also offers shopping venues & eateries. The area is lined…
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Botanical Garden

Surrounded by lush vegetation and water elements, Botanical Garden is a tranquil escape from the urban jungle of Baguio and is said to be a spiritual center where the native Igorot people dwell. Recently renamed Centennial Park, you are welcomed in the area by a bas-relief sculpture made by a…
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Burnham Park

Burnham park is designed by Daniel Hudson Burnham, the American architect and urban planner behind the original plans for the city. The place is surrounded by greenery and well lit by street lights and tree-shaded benches. The park offers an opportunity for relaxation in a tranquil scenery. The park has…
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