Baguio Mountain Provinces Museum
This thorough museum is a great introduction to the Igorot ('mountain people') of the Cordillera and also the harmful 'savage...
Camp John Hay
A Japanese internment camp for Allied prisoners of war, and then a US military rest-and-recreation facility, 246-hectare Camp John Hay...
Mt Santo Tomas
The highest peak around Baguio, 2200m Mt Santo Tomas, just south of the city off the Marcos Hwy, affords good mountain-biking and hiking...
This innocuous-looking collection of bars and clubs turns into one wild and crazy fraternity party on weekends, complete with shooters,...
Unbeatable mountain setting, but wildly inconsistent food.
Elizabeth Hotel lobby, 1 J Felipe St · interesting places nearby
Bliss Cafe information
There are Buddhas on the tables, Chinese art on the walls, modern decor in the niches and a general sense of delicious funkiness at this earthy lacto-vegetarian restaurant at Hotel Elizabeth. Owner-chef Shanti home-cooks delectable vegetarian pasta and a few Indian dishes. You may want to call ahead before arriving to make sure it’s open.