Baguio City

Baguio City

Impressive Man Made Attractions, Breathtaking views and Inviting Ambiance

Since 1900, Baguio has been the vacation home by Americans with its cool temperature that perhaps attracts the people to take some time and visit the province. 8 degrees cooler than the other places in the Philippines, Baguio City has paved its way to be considered as the Summer Capital of the Philippines by the Philippine Commission.

Baguio is famous for having one of the most visited and largest festivals in the country where everyone can enjoy creative flower arrangements at Baguio’s Annual Flower Festival every February of the year.

This is an ideal place where you can find unique coffee shop settled in a tranquil and relaxing environment and enjoy the mountainous view as you sip your coffee.

For entertainment options, there are hang-out places whereas tourists that are composed of leisure and business travelers may enjoy the facilities and services they offer such as: Burnham Park, Camp John Hay, Mines View Park and BenCab Museum.

Nightlife enthusiasts, the province has everything in store for you, have fun at Session Road with number of restaurants and night bars that serves the most discerning gourmet with twist that will surely make you come back for another enjoyable trip in Baguio City, Philippines.

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The Mansion House was built in 1908 to serve as the official summer residence of U.S. Governor-Generals at the instance of Governor-General William Cameron Forbes. The name is derived from the summer cottage in New England of Governor Forbes whose administration the original Mansion House was built under. Architect William E. Parsons, based on preliminary plans by architect Daniel H.

Our Lady of the Atonement Cathedral, better known as Baguio Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral located at Cathedral Loop adjacent to Session Road in Baguio, the Philippines, and is the see of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Baguio.

At the southern part of the park, a skating rink was constructed. The Melvin Jones Grand Stand and Football Field at the eastern part of the park are normally used for several activities like parades, concerts, and political rallies. The Children's Park and the Orchidarium is located at the western part of the park. There are also bike rentals if one so wishes.

Botanical gardens are often run by universities or other scientific research organizations, and often have associated herbaria and research programmes in plant taxonomy or some other aspect of botanical science.

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