Baguio getaway with family 

 Today I will share my Baguio Trip with my Family. We choose to visit Baguio city because of my mom's request so after the holy week we decide to go to Baguio. Baguio is one of the great tourist spots here in the Philippines during summer because of the cold weather and this place it's really beautiful so I'll share my wonderful experience what will happen when we visit Baguio.


  Baguio City is a city in the mountainous area of the Northern Luzon, Philippines. It is known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, owing to its cool climate since the city is located approximately 4,810 feet (1,470 meters) above mean sea level, often cited as 1,540 meters (5,050 feet) in the Luzon tropical pine forests ecoregion, which also makes it conducive for the growth of mossy plants, orchids, and pine trees, to which it attributes its other moniker as the "City of Pines".


 So here are the best tourist spots that you need to visit when you go to Baguio City.
  Burnham Park is considered to be one of the most famous parks in the country. It is located in Jose Abad Santos Drive, Baguio City 2600 Benguet Philippines. It covers a total land area of 32.84 hectares. The park is named after Daniel Hudson Burnham, an American architect, and urban planner. He was also the one who laid the plans and design for Baguio City.

   The first time that I ride a boat and it makes me feel scared Lol but this experience is fun because that time there's no crowded because they were early to visit this place and it awesome.
 The Lions Head is a statue along Kennon Road, a major highway in Luzon, Philippines, that leads to the city of Baguio. Located in Camp 6, the Lion's Head measures 40 ft (12 m) in height considered as the “King of the Jungle,” the lion symbolizes fierceness and strength. The same is true for Baguio City’s iconic lion head, although its original meaning has been obscured by time. Today, local and foreign tourists look at it as the majestic symbol of the country’s “summer capital.

   If you want to find me in the picture well I'm the one who takes the picture Lol! When you decide to go to Baguio city and make fun of a thrill on your trip. I will recommend going to Kennon road with a zigzag lane and a very risky place you can see this iconic lion head to stopover.

   Then also when you go to Baguio City. You can a lot of St.Bernard Dog so many tourists they taking selfies with St Bernard dogs as remembrance and souvenirs just what I did Lol. They look so adorable.

Taho is a Filipino nibble in a cup made out of cuts of delicate soya bean curd or tofu and custard pearls, beat with sweet dark-colored syrup. In Baguio, they made a variety of the common taho and utilized strawberry syrup and called it strawberry taho. One of the great experiences, when I visit Baguio, tastes their yummy strawberry taho and I love it.

  The Baguio Botanical Garden is one of Baguio City’s attractions. It is a great place to unwind because it is surrounded by lush vegetation and water elements. It’s located in Leonard Wood Road, just a few minutes away from the Central Business District. You can pass it when you’re on your way to Wright Park, The Mansion, and Mines View Park.

  The site is a serene and quiet garden that contains several ethnic Igorot huts surrounded by various plants and trees.
  Igorots are the native people who live in the Cordillera region and Baguio City is one of the places in Cordillera. If you want to find me again in the picture well I'm the one who takes the picture Lol!. I'm their photographer Lol.!


 Wright Park is a quiet promenade with a long reflecting pool lined with a pine tree that is located in the eastern part of the city and fronting the main gate of the Mansion. It is one of the many scenic parks in Baguio City. Its main features are a shallow elongated rectangular body of water known as the "Pool of Pines" and the park circle which is on one end of the park.


                    This scenic park is teeming with tall pine trees and flowering plants.

The Mansion is the official summer residence of the President of the Philippines. The mansion is located in the summer capital of the country, Baguio. The Mansion consists of an elegantly-designed Spanish Colonial Revival main building and a guest house. This is now one of the Tourist spots in Baguio City.
  So I have an opportunity to visit this place and that time I don't want to miss taking a selfie as remembrance Lol!


  One of the reasons why I love to visit Baguio City is because of its beautiful view and the cold weather. Also, the residence is so discipline and kind I would love to back this place again.  If I have a chance Lol! This is a great experience for me with my family. I've enjoyed it a lot I highly recommend to visit Baguio City and I'm sure you would love this place. I hope you enjoy this post!


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  1. Love to read the story of your Baguio Trip with your family, the place is wonderful and more attractive for tourists. You photo clicks are the witness of the beauty of that place.

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  2. I have visited Baguio once and it was really beautiful! Your photos look really pretty too :)

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  3. Seems like a really beautiful destination �� very informative too

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  4. Wow Baguio City looks so nice to visit! I've only been to Cebu but I will put Baguio on my list. It's also cool that there are many St. Bernard there!

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  5. What a beautiful place! I need to visit it one day!

    Stephanie | www.spvliving.com

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  6. It looks like there are a lot of pretty places to see and explore in Baguio City, together with your family. I'd like to visit sometimes.

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  7. Looks like a great day trip! And that strawberry taho -- yum!!

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  8. This is so nice to be able to dive into vacation spirit with the help of a nice blog post like this.

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  9. We used to go to Baguio all the time. I remember that lion.

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  10. Amazing place to go in the Philippines, as the title says it's the summer capital region. It's a place to be if you want to escape the heat in the city.

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    1. Baguio City experienced the temperature that we here in Victoria State experience everyday.. it is nice to feel the cold and enjoy it.

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  11. Baguio City looks like a lot of fun to visit. Good for your for getting on a boat for the first time. I love the Lion's Head...great for Instagram photos!

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  12. This place looks so enchanting and magical. I will love to travel there some day.

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  13. I never been to Baguio City, maybe we will visit when I get back from Australia. I heard recently, Baguio experienced a hail storm!

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  14. Visiting BAguio City is one on of my bucket list destination. I have heard so many stories about the place. I hope to check out the ones you listed here.

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  15. Yeah I enjoy reading this post! This brings back my Baguio memories which was around 1993. And we planned to go back there last Christmas to celebrate my bday but we all got sick huhu

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  16. Baguio City is one of my favorite destination and I've been there so many times. Baguio is really the best place to relax and have fun with your fiance.��

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  17. Kristine Nicole AlessandraApril 27, 2020 at 8:44 PM

    My husband and I are both seriously considering moving to Baguio or La Trinidad when we get into that "empty nest" phase of life. We love the climate, the fresh vegetables, and of course, the beautiful views this place offers.

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  18. Great post, lots of good information. I visited Baguio many years ago. Unfortunately I was just passing through but I remember it fondly.

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  19. I hope you enjoyed your stay in my home town :) Visit again soon! There are new tourist spots that recently opened. But of course after this pandemic.

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  20. Such a gorgeous city! So much greenery!

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  21. Been to those places and I have to say that Baguio reminds me of Singapore. Small but beautiful.

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  22. The more I see Phillipinnes in pictures the more I want to visit it. I wish to visit this place.I hope I will visit there someday.

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  23. I've never been but have always wanted to see more of the Philippines. My friends have been and they enjoyed their stay.

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  24. Looks like a nice place to visit - I love visiting botanical gardens :)

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  25. I've been to Baguio several time and I will still go back in that place. Such a lovely place to live. I ever there is chance i want to live and work there.

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  26. I miss Baguio. Spent my childhood there until I have to go back to Manila to study :)

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  27. This looks like a beautiful place with so much to do! Wow all those steps at the park. Did you climb them all?

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  28. The lions head looks like a lot of fun. Great picture spot. I also love the Strawberry Taho. Looks so delicious.

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  29. This would be a beautiful vacay! I love the street food and the photo op spots!

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  30. What a stunning place to visit. The botanical garden caught my attention. It is breathtaking.
    Elizabeth O

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  31. This looks like a beautiful place.
    No doubt you had fun.

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  32. This is amazing! Love the Lion head, it's breathtaking. This is sure a beautiful place to visit.

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  33. The place looks so beautiful! I would love to visit there someday ☺

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  34. Looks like an amazing trip! Some great pictures too!

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  35. It definitely seems worth it to me! What a beautiful place it is! I’d love to visit someday in the future

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  36. I hadn't heard about this destination before, but it looks like a fun place to visit!

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  37. Gotta miss Baguio
    Last time ai visited was half a decade ago.

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  38. Looks amazing, I would love to visit one day.

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  39. I miss Baguio! It's one of the cities that I'll never get tired of visiting! Last time I went there (last year), I stopped by Diplomat... on my own! And oh man, the strawberry taho too! PS: Did you happen to try the Strawberry wine?

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  40. I really want to travel this year. Thank you for this article.

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  41. I am thinking, why Baguio City choose a Lion Head, where in fact there is no lion in the Philippines? The realization is quite funny.

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  42. The botanical gardens look beautiful and that strawberry taho has my mouth watering!

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  43. Thank you for sharing. I have gone there twice when I was much younger. Hoping to visit Baguio next year during my visit!

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  44. Amazing places to visit at Baguio. Thanks for sharing this & wishing I can travel to Baguio 1 day to experience myself esp the tempting strawberry taho :D cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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  45. My family has wonderful memories too in Baguio. It has been one of our go-to places whenever we want to take a break from the daily grind. I miss strawberry taho. Your post made me crave for one. :)

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  46. I have never heard of Baguio City but I would love to visit that garden. Beautiful flowers!

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  47. Very beautiful pictures thanks for sharing!

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  48. I've heard a lot of good feed back in Baguio City in the Philippines. The stunning views are totally picturesque and the cold weather is perfect.

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  49. I loved the pictures. It is such a great spot. You must have had a great time.

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  50. the place looks very enchanting and beautiful. you must had a memorable time there.

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  51. I never visited Baguio so I have no idea about it but your post for sure help in future if ever I visited there.

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  52. This is a new city. So many places to make memories you look like you had an amazing time.

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