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Baguio City Travel Guide and Itinerary

Baguio City has been called a lot of things; the City of Pines, the Summer Capital of the Philippines. But what it is, really, is my favorite city in the Philippines.

It is arguably the hub of tourism in Luzon, especially during the month-long festivities of the Panagbenga Festival. It has the best thrift shopping places with its ukay-ukay stores. A food trip paradise with its numerous restaurants. And a weekend-getaway haven, with its numerous tourist spots and general accessibility from Metro Manila. Its year-round cool and temperate weather only adds to its charm as a tourist destination.

I know I’m not alone in nominating Baguio City as their favorite city, but if you’re still unconvinced, here’s a travel guide to convert you to become a certified Baguio Junkie.

 

How to Get to Baguio City 
HOW TO GET TO BAGUIO CITY

       Baguio City is located some 250 +/- kilometers away from Metro Manila and is elevated 1,450 meters
            above sea level. Buses are the usual transportation of choice when going to the city and travel time usually 
            clocks in at six hours (from Manila). There used to be flights in and out of the city in years past, but is has
            been discontinued indefinitely.
                   The city can also be accessed through the Ilocos Region and other parts of Luzon through various
            provincial bus lines and vans.


Victory Liner to Baguio City  V I C T O R Y   L I N E R (Aircon) From Pasay, Caloocan, Cubao & Manila
  6hrs Travel Time | With Wi-Fi | Fare Php445.00 | (02) 727-4688


Dagupan Bus to Baguio City

  D A G U P A N   B U S (Aircon) From Cubao 
  6hrs Travel Time | No Wi-Fi | Fare Php445.00 | (02) 727-2330


Genesis Bus to Baguio City  G E N E S I S (Aircon) From Manila, Cubao & Mariveles
  6hrs Travel Time | No Wi-fi | Fare Php445.00 | (02) 709-0803


Philippine Rabbit Bus to Baguio City

  P H I L I P P I N E   R A B B I T (Aircon) From Manila & Balintawak
  6hrs Travel Time | No Wi-Fi | Fare Php444.00 | (02) 734-9836


Saulog Bus to Baguio City

  S A U L O G (Aircon) From Cavite City 
  7hrs Travel Time | On Board Wi-Fi | Fare Php515.00 | (02) 727 2330


Partas Bus to Baguio City

  P A R T A S (Aircon) Vigan, Laoag, Abra, Candon, La Union
  4hrs Travel Time | Onboard Wi-Fi | Fare Php342.00 | (074) 444-8431

Cabanatuan Van to Baguio City

  F R O M   C A B A N A T U A N (Aircon)
  3.5hrs Travel Time | Fare Php240.00

 

 

How to Get Around in Baguio City 
HOW TO GET AROUND BAGUIO CITY

       Jeepneys and taxis are the main modes of transportation in Baguio City. Although it can be said that taxi cabs
           are more prevalent in the city than jeepneys.
                  This is probably due to the fact that taking a taxi in Baguio is very cheap since most don’t need to use their 
           air-conditioning, saving a lot on gas. Cab drivers in Baguio City are also very honest, giving back your change up
           to the last centavo. Flag down rate is Php35.00. 
                  It’s still, however, cheaper to ride jeepneys whether you’re going back to your hotel or some tourist spot in
           the city. Most tourist destinations in Baguio City is, more often than not, accessible via jeepneys. Don’t be shy to
           ask locals where the terminals are for any given destination. Minimum fare is Php8.50.

         

Where to Stay in Baguio City 
WHERE TO STAY IN BAGUIO CITY 
    
There are uncountable number of lodgings and accommodations in Baguio City. They range from cheap
            backpacker types to really posh hotels. It would take a dedicated website to list each and every inns, hostels,
            motels, dorms, homestays and hotels in Baguio City, so I’ll simply list down those where I’ve stayed in.
                   Although it’s usually very easy to get a lodging as you arrive in Baguio City, I advise that you book ahead,
            especially during the busy Panagbenga and Christmas seasons.


AKAP Dormitel in Baguio City

  A K A P   D O R M I T E L
  Room Rates: Starts at Php 400.00 (2pax) 
  Address: 11 Artiaga st., Quezon Hill Road 2., Baguio City
  Contact Number: (0920) 537-8149
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 48.63", +120° 34' 52.53"


Hotel Veniz in Baguio City

  H O T E L   V E N I Z
  Room Rates: Check Here
  Address: One Abanao St., Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 446-0700 to 03 | (0917) 506-0701
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 47.85", +120° 35' 40.19"


Baguio Holiday Villas in Baguio City

  B A G U I O   H O L I D A Y   V I L L A S
  Room Rates: Check Here
  Address: No. 10 Legarda Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 442-6679, (074) 619-3920 (0922) 891-4738
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 38.01", +120° 35' 27.32"


Azalea Residences in Baguio City

  A Z A L E A   R E S I D E N C E S
  Room Rates: Check Here
  Address: Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (02) 925-8518 | (02) 579-4890
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 53.13", +120° 36' 25.04"


The Manor in Baguio City

  T H E   M A N O R
  Room Rates: Check Here 
  Address: Camp John Hay Loakan Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 424-0931 to 43 | (074) 424-0945 to 47 
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 2.12", +120° 37' 3.78" 

 

 

Where to Eat in Baguio City 
WHERE TO EAT IN BAGUIO CITY 
     
Baguio City is a food-lovers paradise. The city has every cuisine you can think of in every style of restaurants
           possible. You can dine cheaply on Chinese dishes on one day and splurge on the same dish on a different
           restaurant the next day. But since you’re in Baguio, might as well chow down on greens more; fresh veggies are
           quite abundant in the area, making them really affordable.
                    Most restaurants crowd around the Session Road area, but be adventurous and try some out of the way
           places too. Also, check out curious art cafés that makes dining almost secondary.


50's Diner in Baguio City

  5 0 ’ S   D I N E R
  Type: Restaurant; Rice Meals, Sandwiches, Pasta
  Address: 92 Upper General Luna Road Corner Brent Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (0916) 659-5555 | (074) 442-4839 ‎
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 37.13", +120° 36' 11.70"


Forest House Cafe in Baguio City

  F O R E S T   H O U S E   B I S T R O   &   C A F E
  Type: Restaurant, Cafe; Rice Meals, Coffee, Pasta
  Address: 16 Loakan Road, SW of Camp John Hay, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 447-0459 | (074) 3044-553
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 9.54", +120° 36' 25.84"


Cafe By The Ruins in Baguio City

  C A F E   B Y   T H E   R U I N S
  Type: Cafe, Restaurant; Snacks, Rice Meals, Coffee
  Address: 25 Shuntug Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 442-4010
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 46.74", +120° 35' 30.31"


Cafe Sabel in Baguio City

  C A F E   S A B E L   A T   B E N C A B   M U S E U M
  Type: Cafe, Restaurant; Snacks, Rice Meals, Coffee
  Address: Km. 6 Asin Road, Tadiangan, Tuba, Benguet
  Contact Number: (074) 442-7165
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 38.93", +120° 33' 0.58"


Choco-Late de Batirol in Baguio City

  C H O C O – L A T E   D E   B A T I R O L
  Type: Cafe, Restaurant; Snacks, Rice Meals, Hot Choco
  Address: Igorot Park, Camp John Hay, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (0916) 375-6510 | (0915) 933-3474
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 19.89", +120° 36' 59.87"


Good Taste in Baguio City

  G O O D   T A S T E 
  Type: Chinese Restaurant; Snacks, Rice Meals
  Address: Harrison Road near Burnham Park, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 443-7959
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 58.44", +120° 35' 46.88"


Luisa's Cafe in Baguio City

  L U I S A ’ S   C A F E
  Type: Chinese Restaurant; Snacks, Rice Meals
  Address: 53 Session Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 442-2412 | (074) 442-9521
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 47.05", +120° 35' 49.56"


Mr. Hot in Baguio City

  M R .   H O T   C O F F E E
  Type: Coffee Vendor; Coffee
  Address: Somewhere Along Burnham Park, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 43.69", +120° 35' 39.65"


Oh My Gulay in Baguio City

  O H   M Y   G U L A Y !
  Type: Restaurant, Cafe; Vegetarian Dishes
  Address: Session Road, La Azotea Building Rooftop, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (0918) 667-6025
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 42.36", +120° 35' 52.94"


Pizza Volante in Baguio City

  P I Z Z A   V O L A N T E
  Type: Restaurant, Cafe; Pizza, Pasta, Rice Meals
  Address: Theater Bldg, Session Road Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 445-0777
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 44.20", +120° 35' 51.07"


PNKY Travel Cafe in Baguio City

  P N K Y   T R A V E L   C A F E
  Type: Cafe, Restaurant; Snacks, Rice Meals, Coffee
  Address: 18 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 444-5418
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 41.88", +120° 36' 16.69"


Starbucks in Baguio City

  S T A R B U C K S   C A M P   J O H N   H A Y
  Type: Cafe; Coffee, Pastries, Sandwiches
  Address: Cottage 661, Camp John Hay, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 446-4933
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 14.76", +120° 36' 50.76"


Te Quiero in Baguio City

  T E   Q U I E R O 
  Type: Tapas Bar, Restaurant; Snacks, Rice Meals, Tapas
  Address: Microtel Hotel, Marcoville Upper Session Road, Baguio City 
  Contact Number: (074) 619-3333
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 22.13", +120° 36' 9.44"


Veniz Grill in Baguio City

  V E N I Z   G R I L L
  Type: Restaurant; Buffet, Rice Meals
  Address: One Abanao St., Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 446-0700 to 03 | (0917) 506-0701
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 47.85", +120° 35' 40.19"


Zola Resto Cafe in Baguio City

  Z O L A   R E S T O   C A F E
  Type: Cafe; Coffee, Pasta, Rice Meals 
  Address: 2nd Floor, Patria De Baguio Bldg, Session Road Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 446-5610
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 42.21", +120° 35' 55.36"




What to See in Baguio City 
WHAT TO SEE IN BAGUIO CITY
      
Baguio City is one of the most visited regions in Luzon. With its slew of tourist spots that keep visitors 
            going back, year after year, it really isn’t hard to reckon why. From pine-laden parks, to native villages.
            Horse-riding to boat-paddling. Trail hikings and strawberry pickings. Art museums and haunted houses. 
                     One can say that tourism is Baguio City’s middle name.


Baguio Cathedral

  B A G U I O   C A T H E D R A L 
  Address: Fr. Carlu Loop, Cathedral Hill, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 424-7871 | (074) 442-4256
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 45.96", +120° 35' 54.49"



Balatoc Mines in Benguet

  B A L A T O C   M I N E S 
  Address: Balatoc Road, Itogon, Benguet
  Contact Number: (074) 447-2624 | (074) 447-2610 | (074) 447-2621
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 21' 58.36", +120° 39' 2.28"



Bell Church in Baguio City

  B E L L   C H U R C H  
  Address: Magsaysay Ave., Baguio City
  Contact Number: (0917) 355-4788
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 25' 54.75", +120° 35' 54.35"



BenCab Museum in Benguet

  B E N C A B   M U S E U M
  Address: Km. 6 Asin Road, Tadiangan, Tuba, Benguet
  Contact Number: (074) 442-7165
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 38.93", +120° 33' 0.58"



Baguio Botanical Garden

  B O T A N I C A L   G A R D E N 
  Address: Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number:
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 56.29", +120° 36' 53.02"



Burnham Park in Baguio City

  B U R N H A M   P A R K
  Address: Burnham Park, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A 
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 38.92", +120° 35' 40.34"



Burnham Park Orchidarium in Baguio City

  B U R N H A M   P A R K   O R C H I D A R I U M
  Address: Burnham Park Shanum Street, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A 
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 38.38", +120° 35' 33.53"



Camp John Hay in Baguio City

  C A M P   J O H N   H A Y
  Address: Camp John Hay, Loakan Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A 
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 23' 56.01", +120° 36' 29.31"



Camp John Hay Eco Trail in Baguio City

  C A M P   J O H N   H A Y ’ S   E C O   T R A I L 
  Address: Camp John Hay, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 23' 58.16", +120° 36' 47.33"



Hyrdo Falls in Benguet

  H Y D R O   F A L L S 
  Address: Camp 6, Kennon Road, Tuba, Benguet
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 21' 10.27", +120° 36' 39.89"



Laperal White House in Baguio City

  L A P E R A L   W H I T E   H O U S E 
  Address: Leonard Woods Road, (In front of PNKY), Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 40.05", +120° 36' 16.85"



Baguio's Lion's Head

  L I O N ’ S   H E A D  
  Address: Lion Park, Kennon Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 22' 3.57", +120° 36' 21.41"



Lourdes Grotto in Baguio City

  L O U R D E S   G R O T T O  
  Address: Dominican Hill Road, Mirador Hill, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 35.23", +120° 34' 50.51"



Mines View Park in Baguio City

  M I N E S   V I E W   P A R K
  Address: Outlook Drive South, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A 
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 25' 10.81", +120° 37' 38.11"



Old Diplomat Hotel in Baguio City

  O L D   D I P L O M A T   H O T E L
  Address: Dominican Hill Road, Mirador Hill, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 13.91", +120° 35' 11.48"



PMA in Baguio City

  P H I L I P P I N E   M I L I T A R Y   A C A D E M Y
  Address: Fort Del Pilar, Loakan Rd, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 442-2300
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 22' 17.52", +120° 37' 39.39"



Strawberry Farm in Benguet

  S T R A W B E R R Y   F A R M  
  Address: Brgy. Puquis, La Trinidad, Benguet
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 27' 12.29", +120° 34' 53.77"



Tam-Awan Village in Baguio City

  T A M – A W A N   V I L L A G E
  Address: 366-C Pinsao Proper, 2600 Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 446-2949 | (074) 442-5553
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 25' 46.34", +120° 34' 34.22"



Wright Park in Baguio City

  W R I G H T   P A R K   &   T H E   M A N S I O N  
  Address: Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A 
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 55.55", +120° 37' 7.37" 



 

What to Do in Baguio City 
WHAT TO DO IN BAGUIO CITY
      
In addition to visiting the various tourist spots in Baguio City, there are also hosts of activities one can do
            while in the city. Besides the usual boat paddle at Burnham Park and the horse-ride in Wright Park, one can also
            engage on the lesser known activities while in the city; like playing airsoft at the Baguio Country Club or hiking all
            the way to the Mt. Sto. Tomas Radar Station.
                     And yes, don’t forget to mark your calendars every February for Baguio’s Panagbenga Festival too.


Airsoft in Baguio City

  A I R S O F T 
  Address: Baguio Airsoft Club
  Contact: Click Here
  GPS Coordinates: N/A



Panagbenga Festival in Baguio City

  P A N A G B E N G A   F E S T I V A L
  Address: Session Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  Schedule: Every February




Panagbenga Float Parade in Baguio City

  P A N A G B E N G A   F L O A T   P A R A D E
  Address: Session Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  Schedule: Every February

  




What to Buy in Baguio City 
WHAT TO BUY IN BAGUIO CITY
      
Shopping for pasalubongs and keepsakes is part and parcel of visiting Baguio City. One simply cannot go
           back home without bringing jars of strawberry jams, choco flakes, kinky barrel-man carvings, tacky shirts,
           keychains and ref magnets with you. Add the fresh veggies and strawberries that can be bought very cheaply
           almost everywhere and you’ve got more than you can probably lift back home.  
                     You’d definitely run out of space for those walis tambos and giant kutsara at tinidor carvings very quickly
           if you don’t watch it.


Baguio Public Market

  B A G U I O   P U B L I C   M A R K E T 
  Type: Market
  Address: Rajah Soliman Street, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 54.63", +120° 35' 42.19"


Mt. Cloud Bookshop in Baguio City

  M T .   C L O U D   B O O K S H O P 
  Type: Bookstore
  Address: Casa Vallejo, Upper Session Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: (074) 424-4437
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 34.96", +120° 36' 1.69"


Night Market in Baguio City

  N I G H T   M A R K E T   U K A Y   U K A Y
  Type: Second Hand Shop
  Address: Harrison Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 45.85", +120° 35' 43.92"


Starbucks Mug in Baguio City

  S T A R B U C K S   G L O B A L   I C O N   M U G S
  Type: Coffee Souvenir
  Address: Puso ng Baguio Bldg, Session Road, Baguio City
  Contact Number: 
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 44.05", +120° 35' 52.90"


Ukay Ukay in Baguio City

  U K A Y   U K A Y   S H O P S 
  Type: Second Hand Shop
  Address: Session Road and Shanum Street, Baguio City
  Contact Number: N/A
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 44.67", +120° 35' 50.10"
  GPS Coordinates: +16° 24' 46.45", +120° 35' 37.78"



Baguio City Tourist Map 
BAGUIO CITY TOURIST SPOT MAP       

Baguio City Tourist Spot Map

Baguio City Itinerary  
BAGUIO CITY SAMPLE ITINERARY

       A two-day weekend tour is usually not enough to cover most of the tourist attractions in Baguio City. A 
            three-day itinerary can do it, but for a more relaxed pace, I advise that you extend your vacation to at least
            five days. Spend those extra two days just walking around the city, trying out various restaurants, sipping coffee
            at the numerous cafes and simply enjoying being in Baguio City. 

                D A Y  0

                Depart at Midnight from Manila

                D A Y  1

                Early Morning Arrival from Metro Manila
                Check in at Hotel (leave your bags at the lobby if early check in is not allowed)
               
Breakfast at Pizza Volante (open 24 hours)
                Visit Baguio Cathedral
                Visit and have Coffee at Burnham Park
                Visit Burnham Orchidarium 
                Visit Tam-Awan Village 
                Lunch at Forest House
                Coffee at Starbucks Camp John Hay
                Hike Through the Camp John Hay Eco Trail 
                Dinner at Oh My Gulay!
                Visit Night Market at Harrison Road

                D A Y  2

                * Early Hotel Check Out - I suggest you leave your bags at the lobby first  FOR 2-DAY ITINERARY
                    
Breakfast at Good Taste
                Visit Bell Church
                Visit Strawberry Farm
                Lunch at PNKY Cafe or 50’s Diner
                Visit the Laperal White House
                Visit Botanical Garden, Wright Park and The Mansion  
                Visit Mines View Park and Buy Pasalubong at Market and Good Shepherd
                Dinner at Cafe by the Ruins
                * Board Bus to Manila  END OF 2-DAY ITINERARY

                D A Y  3
                * Early Hotel Check Out - I suggest you leave your bags the lobby first  FOR 3-DAY ITINERARY
                Buffet Breakfast at Veniz Grill
                Visit Lourdes Grotto
                Visit Old Diplomat Hotel
                Visit BenCab Museum (make sure this does not fall on a Monday as they are closed, else, visit PMA instead) 
                Lunch at BenCab’s Cafe Sabel (if you decided on PMA, have lunch at PNKY Cafe or 50’s Diner instead)
                Buy Pasalubong at Baguio Public Market
                Dinner at Te Quiero
                Depart to Manila  END OF 3-DAY ITINERARY



Baguio City Travel Guide & Itinerary

B A G U I O   C I T Y   T R A V E L   G U I D E   A N D   I T I N E R A R Y
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Posted by Christian Sangoyo on Sunday, December 1, 2013

33 comments:

  1. Baguio was my dream destination when I was growing up to almost adulthood. I didn't get a chance to go there until I was already in college. Loved the place....I still do even, after I have been to many places in the world. Nothing beats first love.

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    1. I have to agree Bert, even with its haphazard development, I still love Baguio :)

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  2. Detailed and thorough. Ang galing naman idol! Ü

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    1. Salamat Kath, will add some more Baguio tourist spots and restaurants in time. Andami ko pa rin gustong bisitahin dun at mga blog backlogs :P

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  3. Thank you sa info! I am looking for a hotel in baguio.

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    1. No problem Marco! The ones I posted above range from very cheap to very expensive :P

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  4. whew! ang intense! lahat na andito na pati ang paghulog ko sa hydro falls. nice :)

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    1. Hahaha wala akong balak puntahan yang hydro falls na yang, effort!! I'll add Bridal Falls in this guide once I finally blog about it :D

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  5. waaah love this blog... dun ako lumaki sa Baguio... it changed so much... Thank you for this post...

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    1. No problem Maya! I'm always envious of people who have Baguio City as their hometown :)

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  6. Astig nito, kumpleto :)

    Nakakamiss tuloy ang Baguio, kaso parang ang dami nang tao ngayon dun, crowded na lalo kapag Panagbenga o Mahal na Araw...

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    1. Anjo, January is actually the perfect time to visit since this is the coldest months in Baguio. Just time your visit before or after the Panagbenga to avoid the tourist crowd :)

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  7. Thanks for the map!!! Ang dami kong nahanap na itinerary pero yung map talaga yung pinaka-helpful :) now i'll be able to manage efficiently yung pagkakasunod-sunod ng trip :)

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    1. No problem Jhenpot, glad you find my Baguio itinerary helpful :)

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  8. ang galing nman ng site na to. lahat andito na. kudos sa gumawa nito! :D

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    1. Salamat Lily, may may kaunting Baguio tourist spots na wala pa dyan, but I will always be updating this post for those :)

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    1. Thank you Turista Trails, akyat na ng Baguio! :)

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  12. This blog serves as our guide during our visit in Baguio last weekend. We really enjoyed our trip although we missed some attractions listed like the PMA and Laperal house due to time constraint. One thing I've noticed missing is Rito's. Taob ang bulalo ng Batangas sa kanila! Thanks to the author of this site. Very helpful!

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    1. Haven't tried Rito's yet, actually this is the first time I've heard of them. Care to share their location? :)

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  13. It is located at Engineer's Hill, i guess a kilometer away from Victory Liner terminal. Just a small eatery though but serves great bulalo. :)

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    1. Thanks a lot! Will try that bulaluhan when I return to Baguio City. :)

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  14. can't wait to go there this coming november :)

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  15. magkano kaya ang budget. ? dlwa kame eh. susunduin namen ung itinerary mo.. salmat ng marmi

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    1. Hi Arthur, that would depend on where you would choose to stay. For the food, 200 per meal per person should be more than enough. For transportation, it's about 50 to 100 pesos per transfer to the tourist spots. :)

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  16. This is so informative. Kudos!

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    1. Thank you Wyatt, hope you get to use it on your Baguio trip :)

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  17. Great Guide,

    Balak namin pumunta ng wife ko sa December 25 , hehe. Ayaw namin gumastos ng malaki kasi may mas malayong trip kaming sa feb. Dahil sa guide mo sir mejo nagka-Idea para makapagplano. galing!

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    1. No problem Jerome! Let me know if you find something new in Baguio so I can update this guide. Enjoy your trip! :)

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