Famous Tourist Spots in Baguio
Historical LandmarksMansion House
The official (second) residence of the President of the Philippines. Entry is prohibited but tourists can enjoy its facade, which was inspired by London's Buckingham Palace.
Opened in 1905, it was named in honor of its builder, Col. Lyman Walter Vere Kennon of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The road is characterized by upward climbs and winding curves, behind a picturesque backdrop.
Scenic / Recreation SpotsLion's Head
A 40-foot limestone-carved lion head located in Camp 6 Kennon Road
Camp John Hay
A world class resort, complete with golf course, skating rink, picnic area, restaurants, and cottages.
A park embellished by a breathtaking 100-meter long pool of water cradled by the famous Baguio pine trees. Also a great place for horse rides.
A Buddhist/Taoist church distinguished by its serene ambiance and oriental architecture, with its pagoda roof, intricate gateway, dragon ornaments, and Buddha-guarded windows.
Asin Hot Springs
Located 16 kilometers northwest of Baguio, where several cottages and resorts have been built nearby.
Baguio Sunshine Park
Here, travelers can find lush flower gardens and an ethnic-inspired stage, where cultural presentations are sometimes held.
An artificially-built village which pays homage to the old local villages of Baguio.
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