ABOUT BAGUIO

As the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio is best known for its cold weather, strawberries and pine trees. This small town has a lot to offer, from its attractions to its food!

 

PRO TIPS:

  • Best to visit between January to March
  • Bring a sweater; it can get pretty cold!
  • Walk around for a better city experience

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THINGS TO DO      
RESTAURANTS       
CAFES       

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THINGS TO DO


 STRAWBERRY PICKING  Photo by @ foresthousebaguio

STRAWBERRY PICKING

Photo by @foresthousebaguio

Notes:
- Open daily, 6am-11pm
- Picking season runs from November to May
- Go to the farm early to get a lot of fresh picks!

Duration: 30 to 60 minutes
Budget: P100 entrance fee, P350-700/kilo, depending on weight
Location: La Trinidad, Benguet

 UKAY-UKAY SHOPPING  Photo by @ seekertravels

UKAY-UKAY SHOPPING

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Cheapest shops are at Hilltop & Kayang in Baguio City Market
- Go to Bayanihan for mid-range prices or Skyworld for higher-end prices

Duration: 30 to 60 minutes
Budget: P10 to P500
Location: Baguio City Market, Bayanihan Building, & Skyworld

 HORSEBACK RIDING  Photo by @ seekertravels

HORSEBACK RIDING

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Notes:
- Best for kids!
- You can choose between the horses at Wright Park or Yellow Tail

Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Budget: P150-P200 for 30 minutes, P200-P370 for 1 hour
Location: Wright Park & Yellow Trail

 BEN CAB MUSEUM  Photo by @ seekertravels

BEN CAB MUSEUM

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Notes:
- Open from 9am-6pm, closed on Mondays
- Guided tours of the Museum & Gardens can be arranged at the reception

Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Budget: P120 entrance fee (P100 for students, P80 for seniors/PWDs)
Location: Asin Road, Tadiangan, Tuba

 MT. ULAP  Photo by @ seekertravels

MT. ULAP

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- 3 out of 9 on the difficulty scale
- Bring plastic bags for your trash!

Duration: 4 to 7 hours
Budget: P50 registration fee, P600 for guide
Location: Brgy. Ampucao & Brgy. Sta. Fe, Itogon

 

 CAMP JOHN HAY HISTORICAL CORE  Photo by @ seekertravels

CAMP JOHN HAY HISTORICAL CORE

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Entrance fee gets you access to the Bell House, plaza, & Cemetery of Negative Vibes

Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Budget: P60
Location: Brgy. Zabali

 BUTTERFLY SANCTUARY  Photo by @ seekertravels

BUTTERFLY SANCTUARY

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Great for families
- Nipa huts available for rent
- Good picnic area

Duration: 30 to 60 minutes
Budget: P60 entrance fee, FREE for kids
Location: Camp John Hay

 

 MT. CLOUD BOOKSHOP  Photo by @ seekertravels

MT. CLOUD BOOKSHOP

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Open daily, 10:30am-8pm
- They hold monthly events that like storytelling on Saturday!

Duration: 30 to 60 minutes
Budget: FREE
Location: Casa Vallejo, Upper Session Road

 

RESTAURANTS


 LEMON AND OLIVES GREEK TAVERNA  Photo by @ seekertravels

LEMON AND OLIVES GREEK TAVERNA

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Open daily, 11am-10pm
- Open-air Greek restaurant with a great view

Budget: P300-P500/head
Location: 26 Outlook Drive

Notes:
- Open daily, 10am-8:30pm
- Ask for their Negi Toro Maki

Budget: P300/head
Location: 72 Legarda Road

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 EVERYTHING NICE  Photo by @ seekertravels

EVERYTHING NICE

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Open daily, 7am-10pm
- Famous for their cassava cakes, which can be ordered by the box!

Budget: P200/head
Location: Ayala Technohub, Camp John Hay

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Notes:
- Open daily, 10am-9pm
- Creamy Bulalo Steak is their best seller!

Budget: P300-P400/head
Location: Military Cut Off Road

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 FOREST HOUSE  Photo by @ seekertravels

FOREST HOUSE

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Open daily, 10am-10pm
- Their sandwiches and desserts worth trying

Budget: P200-P600/head
Location: 16 Loakan Road

 OH MY GULAY  Photo by @ seekertravels

OH MY GULAY

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Open daily, 11am-9pm
- The restaurant is IG worthy!

Budget: P250-P300/head
Location: La Azotea Building, Session Road

 O MAI KHAN  Photo by @ seekertravels

O MAI KHAN

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Open daily, 10am-10pm
- Great for families and big groups
- Their Mongolian food is a must try!

Budget: P200-P300/head
Location: Session Road

 CHEF'S HOME  Photo by @ seekertravels

CHEF'S HOME

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Closed on Sundays
- Hole-in-the-wall restaurant serving Thai food

Budget: P300-P500/head
Location: 13 Outlook Drive

 CAFE BY THE RUINS  Photo by @ seekertravels

CAFE BY THE RUINS

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Open daily, 7am-9pm
- Serves really great breakfast!

Budget: P200-P300/head
Location: Shuntug Road


CAFES


 CHOCO-LATE DE BATIROL  Photo by @ seekertravels

CHOCO-LATE DE BATIROL

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Open daily, 7am-10pm
- Most known for their Choco de Batirols & bibingka

Budget: P105 for bibingka, P80 for traditional hot chocolate
Location: Igorot Park, Camp John Hay

 TSOKOLATERIA  Photo by @ seekertravels

TSOKOLATERIA

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Open daily, 8am-10pm
- Offers various regional blends of hot chocolate

Budget: P220 for tsoko mallows
Location: Igorot Stairs, Upper Session Road

 COFFEE & PINE  Photo by @ seekertravels

COFFEE & PINE

Photo by @seekertravels

Notes:
- Open daily, 9am-10pm
- Has a view overlooking pine trees, perfect for photos!

Budget: P170 for frappe
Location: 26 Outlook Drive


ACCOMMODATIONS


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