Philippines, Baguio Guide (B): 10 Places to Visit in Baguio
Baguio is a hill station in the northern region of the Philippines. This city of pines is the summer capital of the country. Baguio is widely visited by people to escape the chaotic life and heat of Manila and other southern regions.
Baguio offers plenty of attractions that showcase its rich heritage, indigenous culture and thriving flora and fauna. Here are the 10 attractions you must visit while in Baguio.
Lourdes Grotto in the Dominican hill is a popular attraction in Baguio, people flock in the grotto to meditate and to pray or to see the stunning view from the top.
Diplomat Hotel of Baguio city has gained its reputation for being the notorious place in the city. Once a famous hotel, now its considered one of the top haunted places in Baguio City.
The Museum is dedicated to the life, times and work of Benedicto Reyes Cabrera (BenCab), a Filipino painter who was awarded National Artist of the Philippines for Visual Arts (Painting) in 2006. The museum depicts Filipino crafts and modern art displayed in tandem, in a space that evokes both ultramodernism and is partly modelled after a traditional rice terrace. End your visit to the museum by grabbing a cup of coffee at the cafe overlooking the rice terraces at the ground level of the museum. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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