Baguio Travel Guide

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Explore Baguio with ease, courtesy of our guides, tips, and recommendations.

baguio pasalubong guide

No trip is complete without hunting for the perfect pasalubong items to bring home to family and friends, and Baguio City has many unique and interesting items that loved ones... Read More

basta pinas, napintas!

Frank Cimatu is an award-winning poet who dabbles in many things including journalism, NGO work, and events coordination. He is a repository of Baguio knowledge and lore, knowing the best... Read More

baguio in full bloom: my panagbenga festival experience

Baguio City is called the Philippines’ summer capital because of its cool climate. Tourists flock to the mountain city in the summer to escape the city’s heat and during the... Read More

prepare for panagbenga 2011!

Baguio City, known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, is nestled within the mountain ranges of the Cordilleras in the province of Benguet. At above 1,500 meters above sea... Read More

baguio's bencab museum

Sunshine Selga-Funa adds another stop to her artistic and cultural Baguio itinerary: the Ben Cab Museum. There’s another item to add to your itinerary when in Baguio: BenCab Museum. Only... Read More

bike to baguio

The North Face 100 2010 in Baguio-Benguet, Philippines was an ultra marathon event with 11 kilometer, 22 kilometer, 50 kilometer, and 100 kilometer solo races intended to test a runner’s... Read More

a different high in baguio

Walks of Kulot blogger Martin Flordeliza goes to Baguio to revisit fond memories and create new ones. A long weekend with friends covers some Baguio basics: Mines View Park, the... Read More

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