The Historical Trail | Things to do in -Baguio City
|Address:||Camp John Hay, Baguio City|
Located inside Camp John Hay, Bell House Museum serves as an model of American colonial architecture and lifestyle. The beautiful house used to be the resthouse of the Commanding General of the Philippines, though it was named after Gen. J. Franklin Bell, who transformed the camp into a military resort.
Located in Camp John Hay, Bell Amphitheater features a manicured garden in steps of concentric circles. More popularly known as a wedding destination, Bell Amphitheater was built using indigenous Ifugao terracing technology and harnessed the accoustic properties of a natural amphitheater.
The totem pole, carved by Ernesto Dul-ang, is a wood sculpture of a stack of human heads. The pole symbolizes the men who shaped the development of Baguio.
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Welcome to The Manor at Camp John Hay, your home in the City of Pines!
There is something magical once you arrive at this iconic place in Baguio City. The Manor at Camp John Hay will embrace you with its old-world charm and elegance. The cool breeze, crisp mountain air and earthy scent of pine trees are but a prelude to an extraordinary stay in this jewel of a mountain resort. Nestled 5,000 feet above sea level with average temperature of 19 degrees Celsius all-year round, The Manor at Camp John Hay blends the surrounding beauty of nature with the element of luxury and spirit of hospitality.
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One of the most luxurious furnished high end privately owned house , Camp John Hay replicates the American country lifestyle - modern yet rustic in a tranquil and serene forest environment embraced with a cool climate.A cozy house that makes your stay in Baguio extra special. Guest who rents this house would be tempted to stay rather than go around the City.This is perfect for 12-15 people who wants to relax and chill.
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