5 Non-Touristy Places to Visit in Baguio

By  - 7 years ago

There’s more to do in this mountain getaway than strawberry picking and horseback riding. Here are 5 non-touristy things to do in Baguio:

5. Baguio Craft Brewery

Beer lovers will feel at home here. This place has a rooftop area with a stellar view of the Baguio mountains so you can enjoy a variety of locally crafted beers al fresco.

Address: RKC Building, 120 Marcos Highway, Km 4, Baguio City

For reservations, call+63 74 422 5043


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4. Choco Late De Batirol

Just along Igorot Park in Camp John Hay lies a cozy nook where you can find the perfect cup of hot chocolate. Choco Late De Batirol is the perfect late afternoon hangout place. Make sure to order a plate of hot bibingka along with their famous choco late de batirol—a hot, thick, bittersweet drink made from local cacao beans.

Address: Igorot Park, Camp John Hay, Baguio City

3. Tree Top Adventure

Thrill-seekers will enjoy a spectacular view of the beautiful Baguio pine trees from 100 feet above the ground.

Address: Special Economic Zone, Camp John Hay, Loakan Road, Baguio City

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2. Mt. Cloud Bookshop

Channel your inner Belle in this cozy little bookshop. Located at Casa Vallejo, the oldest hotel in Baguio, Mt. Cloud is a hipster-worthy book store decorated with wooden floors and charming little paper cranes. The best part? Their shelves are proudly filled with Filipiniana titles.

Address: Casa Vallejo Building, Upper Session Road, 

1. Ben Cab Museum

Experience culture and see National Artist Ben Cabrera’s art collection up close in this 4-level museum.


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