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Trekking. Hiking. Spelunking. Food. That's Sagada.


Life is a wind. Get that in Ilocos Region.


If you think golden sand beaches are the only tourist spots, think again. Bolinao is falls too.


If you just want to see a sky-mountain-lake landscape, then head to Bokod, Benguet.


In this simple town of Dasol, Pangasinan lies an unspoiled island paradise sprinkled with white sands and a total half of mysteriously formed rock formations.


The Hundred Islands in Alaminos, Pangasinan is one of the many tourist attractions in Luzon Island. Give yourself a summer treat; enjoy island hopping, kayaking, swimming, and snorkeling.

Wednesday, April 25

Geek Camp Event in Baguio this May

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Geek Camp Baguio, a seminar for technology enthusiasts who want to know more about web and the world around it. From Singapore and Malaysia comes this special event right here in Baguio. Geek Camp Baguio is on May 05, 2012 (from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.) at AIM Conference Center, John Hay, Baguio City, Benguet,  Philippines.

For more info, log on to www.geekcampbaguio.com.

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How to Go to Baguio Tourist Attractions: Session Road to Mines View Park

How to go to Baguio Cathedral from Bus Terminal:
If you happened to ride on a Genesis Bus/Dagupan Bus/Saulog Bus and dropped off along Gov. Pack Road, all you have to do is to walk your way to Session Road (marker is the Police Station), cross the street until you see the Cathedral. Baguio Cathedral is near upper Session Road and Post Office Loop. If you rode on a Victory Liner Bus (air-con) and dropped off at Victory Liner terminal in Engineer’s Hill, it is better to ride a taxi to the church. Or you can walk your way from Utility Road to Session Road, walk straight until you reach the Circle (roundabout in Session Road), walk a bit until you reach the Cathedral.

Map for Baguio tourist attractions (going to Cathedral)

How to go to Session Road (business district) from Burnham Park:
Walk until you reach Harrison Road (road adjacent to Melvin Jones Grandstand, one block from Lake Drive). Cross the street and walk straight to either Mabini Street or Perfecto Street until you reach Session Road.

Thursday, April 19

Baguio’s The Mansion and Wright Park

The mirror lake at the Mansion.

The Mansion House, or simply The Mansion, is a popular tourist destination in Baguio because of its historical roots in the past. It was built by William Cameron Forbes according to the design by William Parsons in 1908, as a part of the bigger Burnham Plan of Baguio and the City Beautiful Movement. It was devastated in 1945 and was rehabilitated two years after. Now, Baguio’s The Mansion is a rest house of the President of the Philippines. The Wright Park on the other hand is park developed in honor of Governor General Luke E. Wright.

The white building with a green roof is The Mansion.

Saturday, April 14

Baguio City’s Mines View Park

Mines View Park in Baguio City.
Mines View Park in Baguio City is another popular park after Burnham Park near the central business district and the Botanical Garden along Leonard Wood. This Baguio tourist attraction is 10 to 20 minutes by jeepney, and can be included in a long walk tour along Leonard Wood linking to Gibraltar Road. When one is going to Mines View Park he will most likely pass the other famous Baguio tourist spots like Baguio Haunted White House, Botanical Garden, Wright Park, The Mansion and a few steps to the Good Shepherd Convent (a pasalubong center).
Get a panoramic view of the Cordillera mountains at Mines View Park, Baguio.

Wednesday, April 11

Session Road: Baguio Restaurants and More

Baguio restaurants line up along Session Road in Baguio City.

Session Road is the most popular street in the city of Baguio. This is where the central business district is located, right at the heart of Session Road. From a hilly part of the mountains people carved Session Road, constructed the Baguio Cathedral and what follows is history of development and economic activities. Now, Session Road is a one-stop shopping and dining destination for both locals and tourists. It lines up some of the best Baguio restaurants, series of banks, convenience stores and thrift stores.

DBP Bank in lower Session Road.

Lower Session Road

Saturday, April 7

The Baguio Cathedral

Baguio Cathedral

The church of Our Lady of the Atonement or commonly known as the Baguio Cathedral, is an old church constructed at the middle part of Session Road. It was established through a catholic mission by missionaries of CICM (Congregatio Immaculati Cordis Mariae) from Belgium in 1907. The Baguio Cathedral became an evacuation center during the Second World War thus saving thousands of lives. Now, the Baguio Cathedral serves as a worship place for Christian communities living in Baguio City. Its preserved architecture also paved its way to becoming one of the must see landmarks of Baguio. It is also one of the many unique churches of the Philippines because of its distinct pinky rose color as an overall exterior design aside from its two towers which is similar to an old castle.

Church of Our Lady of Atonement (Domina Nostra Adunationis)

Tuesday, April 3

Baguio Day Tours (Destinations for Baguio Tour)

Baguio tour
Mines View Park--one of the many Baguio City tourist spots for an ideal Baguio tour.

Many people want to travel to Baguio and have their own Baguio tour but not everyone knows what exactly the Baguio tourist spots are and how to get there. Basically, people know that Burnham Park is located in Baguio but not all people know that Baguio Burnham Park is located near Session Road, or the bus terminal and they can actually do trips without riding a cab. People’s only resort to touring every Baguio tourist spot is hiring a cab and spend big bucks which they must not be spending. And for those who are on a tight budget, they limit the number of Baguio tourist destinations they visit. Again, if you are yet to plan your very own Baguio day tour (or day and night tours), you have to set this in mind—touring Baguio is NOT expensive (as to what other people know). From Manila excluding the round trip bus fare and accommodation, P1000 is already enough to visit most of the tourist attractions in Baguio plus eat at one of the best Baguio restaurants plus buy souvenirs and pasalubong for two persons!