City Guide: Baguio 

I’ve been to Baguio before twice or thrice (not really sure) but the first time I was really young and I can’t remember anything except for the memories capture thru photos and the last time was in 2012 with Justin’s family.

The last time, I went horse back riding with a white horse (but dyed pink).  We also went to the strawberry farm but it wasn’t in season.Baguio Tried strawberry taho. It was yum!Bought strawberries and lanzones.BaguioThe most basic things that you can probably do in the area. Hopefully I can do more on our next visit! Here are some tips I gathered and I’ll probably use next time.

Where to Stay:

Teachers Camp (where we stayed)

The Manor at Camp John Hay

Kamiseta Hotel (my dream)

Where to Eat:

Cafe by the Ruins

Cafe Yagam

Arca’s Yard for their Kamote pie.

Bean’s Talk

Gossip Coffee Shop


Cafe de Angelo

Balbacua at Urban Kamote – Ili Likha Artist Village

Cafe in the Sky

Cafe Sabel

Secret Garden


Baguio bucket list: 

Ukay-ukay (thrift-shopping)

I’ve never tried ukay-ukay in Baguio but I’ve heard it’s the best.

Tam-awan Village

Botanical Garden

BenCab Museum

Choco-late de Batirol

Oh My Gulay

If you have suggestions, please let me know?

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