BAGUIO 2011 | Trip Summary | Lakad Pilipinas


Here's a rough sketch of our four-day stay in Baguio:

I T I N E R A R I E S

Day One

People Watching at Burnham Park
Burnham Park’s Orchidarium
Ukay Ukay Stores Revisited
Zola Resto Café
50’s Diner

Day Two
Veniz Grill Breakfast Buffet
Walking Around Tam-Awan Village
The Art of Tam-Awan
Tam-Awan Café
The Architecture of BenCab Museum
The Art Inside BenCab Museum
Café Sabel
Café by the Ruins
Night Market

Day Three
The Haunting of the Laperal White House
PNKY Travel Café
The Funky PNKY Travel Café Menu
Camp John Hay’s Eco Trail
Lost Inside Camp John Hay’s Golf Course
Starbucks at Camp John Hay Revisited
Starbucks Global Icon City Mug
Mt Cloud Bookshop
Oh My Gulay! Redux!
The Lights Across Baguio’s Hills

Day Four
Hotel Veniz
Public Market Pasalubongs

 



E X P E N S E S

Transportation:
P1,820.00 (2 persons - 910.00 each)

P860.00 – Manila to Baguio via Victory Liner (2 persons - P430.00 each) 
P50.00 – Taxi from Victory Liner to Veniz Hotel
P860.00 – Baguio to Manila via Victory Liner (2 persons - P430.00 each) 
P50.00 – Taxi from Victory Liner to Veniz Hotel

* Jeepney, Tricycle, and Taxi fares not included for going about the city *


Accommodation: P4,688.00 (2 persons - P2,092.50 each)

P4,185.00 - Twin-sharing room at Hotel Veniz (3 nights - 1,395.00 per night)
P503.00 - VAT
Tel No. (074) 446-0700 to 03 | (0917) 506-0701 | http://www.hotelveniz.com

Entrance Fees: P300.00 (2 persons - P150.00 each)

P100.00 – Tam-Awan Village (2 persons - P50.00 each)
P200.00 – Bencab Museum (2 persons - P100.00 each)


Food: P3,477.00

    DAY ONE - P680.00
P190.00 – Breakfast at Chowking
P10.00 – Coffee from roaming vendor
P180.00 – Lunch at Zola
P30.00 – Starcofi at Burnham
P270.00 – Dinner at 50’s Diner

    DAY TWO - P1,065.00
P15.00 – Coffee from roaming vendor
P00.00 – Complimentary Breakfast Buffet at Hotel Veniz
P90.00 – Refreshments at Tam-Awan Café
P285.00 – Lunch at Café Sabel 
P588.00 – Dinner at Café by the Ruins
P87.00 – Snacks from 7-11

    DAY THREE - P1,341.00
P468.00 - Breakfast at PNKY
P390.00 – Refreshments at Starbucks Coffee
P374.00 – Dinner  at Oh My Gulay!
P89.00 – Takeout Burgers at McDonalds
P20.00 – Chicharon Bulaklak from Burnham Vendor

    DAY FOUR - P391.00
P211.00 – Breakfast at Jollibee
P180.00 – Bus Snacks

Pasalubongs (Keepsakes & Presents): P1,400.00
P1,330.00 – Food Goodies at Baguio Public Market 
P70.00 – Ref Magnet (P35 per piece)

T O T A L S P E N D I N G S
More or Less P11,685.00 (for two persons or P5,842.50 per person)

 




Places that we were not able to visit, revisit or feature:

Pizza Volante | The Diplomat Hotel | Mines View Park | Good Shepherd Convent |
Camp John Hay Historical Core | Camp John Hay Butterfly Sanctuary | The Manor
Forest House Bistro & Café | Strawberry Farm | Baguio Bell Church (Taoist Temple) 
Wright Park | Botanical Garden | The Mansion | Asin Hot Springs | PMA
Baguio Cathedral | Lourdes Grotto | Easter Weaving Room | Lion’s Head
Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary | Balatoc Mines & Crosby Park

 

Comprehensive Baguio Travel Guide and Trip Itinerary


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Posted by Christian Sangoyo on Sunday, June 19, 2011

17 comments:

  1. fantastic Baguio series sir! looking forward to your next posts.. :)

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  2. Ok na rin pala ang gastos. :) Thanks for this post.

    Chic Manila Mom

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  3. Nice series about Baguio!
    Next time I go here I will check out Oh My Gulay and the other restos. :D
    Thanks!

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  4. MarLie
    Thanks for following my blog =)

    Kimberley
    Medyo mahal yung expenses actually, mas mapapababa pa yun kung di kami kumain sa mga mahal na resto hehe

    Robbie
    Oh my Gulay definitely!

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  5. This is exactly what i need...
    Your the Best Mr.Christian.. :)
    Thanks soooooo Much! hehehe...

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  6. Very nice and informative! Glad i found your post=)

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  7. Too bad you missed some of the best places in Baguio. :)

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  8. Crumpylicious
    No problem! :)

    Free Mind
    We have actually visited those places already, every year bumabalik balik kasi kami sa Baguio :)

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  9. I have been to Baguio a lot of times and every trip, I search the net for new things to do in Baguio. They all recommend the same places to go, they all have the same format but your website is different. I like your way of writing - casual, informative, best photos and personal. In other words, from the heart. I only chanced upon your website when I was making my overnight trip with my husband. I punched in "baguio itenerary" and I even found yours on the second page. Sana gawin mong mas madale mahanap ang website mo. Congratulations and may more blessings frpm God come your way!

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  10. Jane
    Baguio trip dapat every year :)

    Cornelia
    Thank you so much for the encouraging words, it's comment like yours that make me continue blogging :)

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  11. pag bumalik ako ng baguio.. i'll use this IT.. thanks thanks! :)

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  12. Cottoncandy
    Sama ka? :)

    Ca
    Balik ako in the next few days. third time for this year haha

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  13. Love your blog! Made me miss Baguio.

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  14. Baconandeggs
    Thanks! Glad you liked my blog :)

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