|Session Road is the main thoroughfare of Baguio City and its commercial center, with a variety of shops, stores and offices lining each side. Session Road is so named because it was the site of the Philippine Commission’s first session.|
|The ever famous dog in Baguio City. If your in Baguio , you just cant simply miss having your photos taken into this lovely doggie..|
|A ridge located at the extreme northeast side of the city, past The Mansion and Wright Park, Mines View Park boasts of a spectacular view of Benguet’s gold and copper mines and the Cordillera mountains.|
|The most photographed Baguio Landmark. Amazing flowers lies on the area in which astound tourist once seen.|
|Wright Park Riding Circle|
|Oh what a lovely view of flowers!|
|This is what i told you guys , Baguio indeed is a very clean and cold city. The awesome pine trees makes the city very cold with its dropping temperature.|
|The Mansion is the official summer residence of the President of the Philippines.It is located on the eastern part of the city along C.P. Romulo Drive (formerly a part of Leonard Wood Road) and right across from Wright Park|
|Also known as the Igorot Village, it showcases the native houses of the different Cordillera tribes. Tourists can usually take pictures with the Igorot tribesmen dressed in their traditional native dress. It is also the home of the Baguio Arts Guild.|
|Tam-Awan Village , Its a reconstructed native village which also has an art gallery and attracts many indigenous artists, most noteworthy of whom is BenCab|
|My Lunch @ Tam-Awan Village. It consist of red rice , Dried Bangus and Duhat Juice. Well i was not really happy with the food but atleast i was able to taste and try baguio’s native rice.|
|Camp John Hay is Baguio City’s most popular attraction is so beautiful and a destination in itself. After all, for almost the whole 20th century it is what made Baguio City “Little America” in the Philippines.|
|New addition tourist activity @ Camp John Hay ” the zipline and rapelling”.|
|Burnham Park is the very heart of Baguio City in the Philippines. It is located at the most valuable piece of Baguio real estate and is free for the enjoyment of visitors and residents alike.|
One can ride a BUS ” Victory Liner ” located at Pasay Rotonda or Cubao. It will be a 6-7 hours road trip but its all worth it because you will be able to see nice views along the way. The Bus fare is only 445 pesos for the ordinary bus but for the deluxe type it will be 750 pesos. For me , if you want a comfortable trip going to baguio then get the deluxe bus because it is more spacious and has a comfort room inside the bus.
You don’t have to worry about looking for a place to stay in Baguio because the place has a lots of hotels and inns. But if you prefer cheaper accommodation then much better look for a homestay place. It will only cost you 500-800/night compared to hotels and inns that will cost not lower than 1500/night.
Baguio cabs are very cheap. You can abuse riding taxi while you’re on the place. It will only cost you 25 pesos for the flag down rate and 1.50 per succeeding meter. But mind you guys that their taxi has no aircondition as well as their hotels and other types of accommodation due to their cold climate condition.