Cafe by the Ruins
St Louis University Museum
This museum in the campus library is run by Isekias 'Ike' Picpican, one of the country’s foremost authorities on the history and culture...
Baguio Mountain Provinces Museum
This thorough museum is a great introduction to the Igorot ('mountain people') of the Cordillera and also the harmful 'savage...
A local favourite for live music, with reggae nights, alternative nights and local bands. Always crowded and fun on weekends.
O’ Mai Khan
The best of several Mongolian barbecues in town, with an all-you-can-eat buffet.
25 Chuntug St · interesting places nearby
Cafe by the Ruins information
The thatched-wood interior of Baguio’s most beloved restaurant is awash in foliage and sculpted wood and its wide-reaching menu is equally appealing, from the homemade 'breads and spreads (pates)' to organic salads, imaginative sandwiches and superlative dishes such as the shrimp and mango curry and Baguio bagnet . The suman at tsocolate (hot chocolate and sticky-rice cake) is a wonderful treat.