Official summer residence of the President of the Philippines, located along C.P. Romulo Drive and across the Wright Park. Built in 1908 for the US governor-general and destroyed during the Battle of Liberation for the Philippines in 1945, it was rebuilt and improved in 1947. The elaborate gate is said to be a replica of the one at Buckingham Palace in London.
Features the most photographed landmark in the city, the "Pool of Pines." One may also see a gazebo and a long flight of stairs down the hill leading to the riding circle, where there are ponies for hire. Surely, anyone would love to try horseback riding when they come and visit this park.
This is a reconstructed Cordilleran village which houses an art gallery and attracts many indigenous artists. It gives importance to the culture and traditions of Cordillera and visiting these places will make you understand more the typical life of a Cordilleran.
The culture and traditions of the Cordillerans are still practiced until now. Though modernization and technology changed the way we live, it is still very important for them to preserve these unique customs and pass it on to the next generations.
The 16th Shoe Mart supermall in the country. It opened on November 21, 2003. It is located where the former Pines Hotel stood. The location is a stroll away from some of the city's most popular tourist destinations. It has four levels of great shopping experience, food court, fun entertainment, and leisure..
Burnham Park is the "heart of the city," a valuable piece of Baguio real estate. It is a perfect place of enjoyment without spending big bucks which is free for residents and tourists alike. It was designed by American architect and urban planner Daniel Hudson Burnham. This park also offers different activity areas where families or group of excursionist can enjoy biking, boating, camping, or holding picnics. That is why to this day, it remains to be the most well-known and beloved park in the Philippines.
Located in the northeast part of the city. It boasts of a spectacular view of Benguet's gold and copper mines. It has a viewdeck where anyone can have free sightseeing of Balatok, Antamok and Atok Mines and a stunning panorama of the Cordillera mountain range.
You can shop around within the area of assorted locally-made souvenirs, home decor items, handmade jewelries, and Baguio's very own special food products in ready-to-take home jars.