Baguio Museum | Things to do in -Baguio City
|Address:||Governor Pack Road, Baguio City|
A project of Wilson and Narda Capuyan in 1972, this flagship store carries a broad selection of high quality, locally made items such as traditional barongs, bags, blouses, scarves, and table runners. Through a series of experimentations, Narda revived the Cordillera Ikat way of designing and dyeing threads.
A must-visit before leaving the city, Baguio Public Market is located right at the lower end of Session Road and behind the Maharlika Center. It is here where visitors can buy souvenirs and handicrafts made in Baguio and Benguet Province.
Session Road marks Baguio's center of commercial activity. It is home to many savvy restaurants, bars, surplus boutiques (ukay-ukay), hotels, bakeries, movie houses, and drugstores. Covering from Luneta Hill to Baguio City Market, Session Road was named after the First Session of the Second Philippine Commission as its path led to its venue, the Baden Powell Hall.
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Casa Vallejo is an institution in the Philippine’s summer capital city of Baguio. The original structure has been standing for over 100 years, with much of its beloved city growing around it. Now it is a trendy boutique hotel, boasting of a gourmet restaurant, specialty bookstore & world-class spa.
El Cielito Hotel in Baguio elevate value to a new level with balconies and verandas that look out onto fantastic mountain views.Any lodging set-up presented by other Baguio accommodation is also available here. Guest rooms range from Standard to Suites. Executive suites are the ultimate in style and convenience; these units can have one or two bedrooms with a maximum of three full-size beds ideal for families, friends, and co-workers wanting to stay in groups.Each of the Standard and Deluxe rooms include either a double or queen-size bed which is perfect for couples.
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Governor Pack Road, Baguio CityGet directions