Baguio, Philippines
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  • Microtel by Wyndham Baguio

    Microtel by Wyndham Baguio

    3-star

    Military Cut-off0.9 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous58 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Microtel by Wyndham Baguio
  • Pinewoods Gusest House

    Pinewoods Gusest House

    3-star

    Military Cut-off2.3 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating2.0.Poor2 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Pinewoods Gusest House
  • South Drive Baguio Manor

    South Drive Baguio Manor

    3-star

    Military Cut-off1.9 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.0.Good4 Hotels.com guest reviews
    South Drive Baguio Manor
  • RiCio Haus

    RiCio Haus

    2.5-star

    Military Cut-off2.8 kilometers to city centre

    RiCio Haus
  • OYO 748 Baguio Transient Dot Com

    OYO 748 Baguio Transient Dot Com

    3-star

    Military Cut-off1.6 kilometers to city centre

    OYO 748 Baguio Transient Dot Com
  • Hotel Elizabeth Baguio

    Hotel Elizabeth Baguio

    3-star

    Military Cut-off3.1 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous84 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Elizabeth Baguio
  • The Manor at Camp John Hay

    The Manor at Camp John Hay

    4-star

    Military Cut-off2.5 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good68 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Manor at Camp John Hay
  • Holiday Inn Baguio City Centre, an IHG Hotel

    Holiday Inn Baguio City Centre, an IHG Hotel

    4-star

    Military Cut-off0.3 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good93 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Holiday Inn Baguio City Centre, an IHG Hotel
  • The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay

    The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay

    3.5-star

    Military Cut-off2.6 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.2.Very good79 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay
  • ZEN Rooms Venus Parkview Baguio

    ZEN Rooms Venus Parkview Baguio

    3-star

    Military Cut-off0.5 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating5.6.Fair16 Hotels.com guest reviews
    ZEN Rooms Venus Parkview Baguio
  • Metro Pines Inn

    Metro Pines Inn

    3-star

    Military Cut-off0.9 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good99 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Metro Pines Inn
  • Citylight Hotel

    Citylight Hotel

    3-star

    Military Cut-off1.1 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.6.Good94 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Citylight Hotel
  • Travelite Express Hotel

    Travelite Express Hotel

    2.5-star

    Military Cut-off1 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating7.8.Good72 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Travelite Express Hotel
  • 456 Hotel

    456 Hotel

    3-star

    Military Cut-off0.2 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating7.4.Good9 Hotels.com guest reviews
    456 Hotel
  • The Orchard Hotel Baguio

    The Orchard Hotel Baguio

    3.5-star
    VIP

    Military Cut-off0.3 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous34 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Orchard Hotel Baguio
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Exploring Baguio

Baguio city sis at an elevation of about 5,300 feet in the Cordilleras of northern Luzon, in the Philippines. This urbanised city perched on top of the mountains is, in fact, the commercial and transport hub of the Cordillera region. Baguio began as a small mountain town populated by the Ibaloi and the Kankanaey ethnic groups. The urban sprawl that is Baguio today was established during the early 1900s by the Americans when the Philippines was under US occupation.

Because Baguio experiences temperatures of around 8°C lower than the lowland areas of the country, it garnered the moniker the Summer Capital of the Philippines. From March to June when Manila temperatures soar to 38°C, government operations shift from the capital, Manila, to this hill station in the north. Vestiges of this old capital status can still be seen in the government offices that continue to stand today, such as the Supreme Court as well as the Mansion, the official summer residence of the incumbent Philippine president.

Sights nearby

Baguio and nearby areas offer a wealth of tourist activities, most of which cannot be attempted in the flatter, warmer coastal areas of the Philippines. In addition, the city has a range of hotels for all types of budgets. On the cheaper side, visitors can stay in The Falmouth Inn. For a more upmarket option, simply book a room at Hotel Elizabeth Baguio.

Burnham Park
Located in the centre of the city, Burnham Park is one of the main attractions and recreational areas of Baguio. It has a small lake where visitors can hire boats to paddle or row. There are also biking areas and playgrounds for children.

Strawberries
There are plenty of strawberry plantations in Baguio, with strawberry being a crop that only grows in cool climes. Visitors can head out to many strawberry fields in nearby La Trinidad to go on strawberry-themed tours. They can also purchase fresh strawberries, strawberry jam, and other strawberry products in the many shops of Baguio city market.

Panagbenga Festival
One of the best times to see the city is during the cool and dry month of February as this is when Baguio explodes in a colourful fiesta frenzy for the Panagbenga Festival. The festival features a wide variety of brilliantly colourful flowers native to the area. Street parades are held and floats fully decorated with flowers drive through downtown. Bazaars, open-air markets, and street dancing competitions also take place.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

The dining and drinking scenes are noteworthy in this city. A good place to have lunch or dinner is Oh My Gulay, the rooftop restaurant of acclaimed Filipino filmmaker Kidlat Tahimik. It is located along busy Session Road in downtown Baguio. Gulay in Tagalog means ‘vegetables’, and this restaurant has some of the best vegetarian dishes in the country. Sunsets from the balcony of this rooftop restaurant are something to experience, too. In Camp John Hay, visitors can head to Chocolate de Batirol, a popular café serving a hot and thick chocolate drink which features local cacao beans. Session Road is the commercial centre of Baguio City. Upper Session Road has the big SM department store, lower Session Road has Baguio city public market, and in between are a number of shops and commercial buildings.

Public transport

To get here from Manila, visitors will need to make an overland journey of about six to eight hours. A number of private bus companies offer regular, semi-deluxe and deluxe buses. Victory Liner is the most popular bus line, with a number of bus terminals in Manila as well as a dedicated terminal in Baguio’s city centre. Buses are also available from other cities north of Manila, such as Clark where Diosdado Macapagal International Airport is located.

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