Places To Visit In Baguio

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Burnham Park

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There are a lot of things you can do at Burnham Park. You can ride a cart, a boat, a bike, horse and a lot more. If you get hungry there are a lot of street food nearby too. There's the famous strawberry taho, inihaw na pusit, corn atbp.

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Cedar Peak Baguio Condotel by Tripsters Hub

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This is where we stay in our first night at Baguio City. I booked this condotel via AirBNB

  • +63 74 661 2115
  • Mabini St, Corner Gen. Luna Rd, Baguio, 2600 Benguet, Philippines

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Baguio City Public Market

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Buy your pasalubongs and other stuff here

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Azalea Hotels & Residences Baguio

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Read my review of this place here https://mommylevy.com/2019/02/our-baguio-stay-at-azalea-hotel-and-residences.html

  • +63 2 3484 0081
  • No. 7 Leonard Wood Loop, Brgy, Baguio, 2600 Benguet, Philippines

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Chocolate de Batirol

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During our 2nd day at Baguio, we had our breakfast at Chocolate de Batirol inside Camp John Hay. When I saw the menu I was surprised to see the prices, I find it quite expensive. Per meal is around P250 and up and the famous drink (own blend of chocolate) is not yet even included. You need to add P100 if you want to try it.For the sake of experience, we ordered the following: Pritong Bangus, Tocino and Chicken Lugaw for Nanay. To our surprise, the pritong bangus was huge and the tocino taste good. The lugaw has huge chunks of chicken too. We were sooo full. The chocolate de baterol taste nice too (it has peanuts, take note).

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Historical Core Totem Pole

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We went to the Historical Core. There’s an entrance fee of P75 per head for regular and P39 for senior citizen and PWD. Here you'll see the following TOTEM POLE – this was made by Ernesto Dul-Ang who was employed by the camp as a wood carver. This features the busts of leaders who helped shape the development and history of Baguio City, Camp John Hay and the Philippines in General. CEMETERY OF NEGATIVISM – otherwise known as the Lost Cemetery or Pet Cemetery. This is the symbolic burial of negativism, said to be the man’s greatest self-imposed infliction, his most limiting factor and his most heaviest burden. more kwento here https://mommylevy.com/2019/02/10-places-to-visit-inside-camp-john-hay-in-baguio-city.html

  • Historical Core, Camp John Hay, Baguio, Benguet, Philippines

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