Camp-john-hay Travel Guide

Camp John Hay Travel Guide

Explore Camp John Hay with ease, courtesy of our guides, tips, and recommendations.

the fright tours challenge: are you up for it?

The ‘ber months have officially arrived, and for us Filipinos, this marks the start of the Christmas countdown. In the midst of all the holiday buzz, we sometimes forget that... Read More

travel tip: best times to travel around the philippines

A key element in traveling is knowing the right time to visit a particular place. Timing is everything, and if you choose the wrong dates to book your trip, a... Read More

5 things to do in baguio

Baguio is definitely the go-to place during the holidays. Be it during the Christmas season or the summer, this cool paradise sees its fair share of tourists all-year round.... Read More

5 family-friendly hotels in baguio

Baguio, Summer Capital of the Philippines, is no doubt the go-to place when the temperature continues to go up in the metro. Finding quality accommodations can be daunting, especially if... Read More

baguio travel information

Overview High up in the northern part of Luzon lies Baguio, a city nestled within the mountain range in the province of Benguet. Dubbed the Summer Capital of the Philippines,... Read More

eat til you drop in baguio city

Baguio City is not only the summer capital of the Philippines, but is also a gastronomic sanctuary for foodies and backpackers alike. Be it a steaming hot bowl ofBulalo... Read More

baguio dining delights

Vacationing in Baguio this holiday break? Editor Sunshine Selga-Funa shares her favorite haunts for farm-fresh veggies, hearty Pinoy breakfasts, strawberry fondue, and the best Baguio comfort food around. If I... Read More

forbidden histories: a tour of restricted but historically important places in baguio

I was sitting beside US Ambassador Harry K. Thomas as he was reading to about 60 elementary students. The room was very American, with portraits of George Washington and other... Read More

leave your heart when you go to the market

“You shop like a tourist,” my sister admonished me once when I was sent for a pansit errand at the Baguio City Market and I bought instead purple cabbage, turmeric,... Read More

my last supper

I bought this book called “Last Suppers,” which is about the last meal requests of those on Death Row. This is not to be confused with “Their Last Suppers,” which... Read More

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