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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Shopping Mall
“It's the biggest mall in Baguio, so what could you expect? They have everything, from food to clothing, sporting gear, anything you normally find in a mall. Go to place when it's raining. ”
  • 28 locals recommend
Flea Market
“Favorite destination of bargain hunters. Every night at 9pm - 2am. At Harrison Road alongside Burnham Park.”
  • 13 locals recommend
School
“Rising above the city skyline are the pinkish hues of the Baguio Cathedral. The cathedral is but one of a number of religious landsmarks which dot the city. There is the Bell Temple, north of the city; the Maryhurst Seminary with its brillian gardens; and Lourdes Grotto with its 252 steps to heave”
  • 9 locals recommend
Art Gallery
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“From the busy streets of Session Road and going up the stairs of the old La Azotea building, when you get to the top most t floor taking you to Oh My Gulay, it is like stepping in to a different world, feast your eyes on Cordilleran art in every corner, the walls, ceiling, even the furniture are all artwork. The menu was also fun and everything is healthy since it's a vegetarian resto.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Restaurant
“When a restaurant gets back-to-back recognition in Miele’s Best Restaurants in Asia Awards, you know you have to see what all the fuss is about. Used to be a colonial structure in the early 1900’s, Hill Station of Casa Vallejo serves a wide selection of Asian and Continental dishes. If you plan to dine here, don’t forget to pass by Mt. Cloud Bookshop and watch an indie flick at Cinematheque! -from phonebooky.com”
  • 11 locals recommend
History Museum
“It is small but it has lovely pictures of history and utensils to look at. Monday's closed.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“There a loads of great eats inside this mall. Check out: -Bagong Bayani: they serve filipino inspired drinks and food -Takoyaki: there are three stalls inside the mall, follow the stall where the people are lining up to. It’s on the third floor. Unlimited sauce and nori for you to savor :) -50’s Diner: Good ol’ american style cuisine”
  • 4 locals recommend
Department Store
“This place has several floors selling various categories of items. It is similar to SM but with better discounted prices. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Genesis air con, Joy buss and regular buses leave from Governor Pack road and not Session Road. They go Manila NAIA terminal III, Clark, Olongapo and Northern Luzon. Reservations recommended.”
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
Route
“Session Road is the main thoroughfare of Baguio City and its commercial center, with a variety of shops, stores and offices lining each side. Session Road is so named because it was the site of the Philippine Commission's first session. A lovely walk down from Luneta Hill toward the Baguio City Market, Session Road is where you will find department stores, bazaars, boutiques, old movie theaters, hotels, cafes and restaurants, bakeries and grocery stores. A majority of banks operating in the Baguio City are found there, as well as various offices, drugstores, book stores and news stands. ”
  • 8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Vizco's is famous for their starwberry shortcake and other delectable cakes.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Just. Good. Food. You can't go wrong. I actually grew up eating here. They've moved but the food remained the same.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“For those who want a rather heavy breakfast, Pizza Volante along Session Road serves hearty and affordable continental and Filipino breakfast dishes. The restaurant is open 24 hours, making it a good choice for those who arrive in the wee hours of the morning.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Bus Station
“The whole stretch of Gov. Pack road is where one can find transportation bound to Manila and other nearby provinces. ”
  • 1 local recommends

Top restaurants

Art Gallery
“From the busy streets of Session Road and going up the stairs of the old La Azotea building, when you get to the top most t floor taking you to Oh My Gulay, it is like stepping in to a different world, feast your eyes on Cordilleran art in every corner, the walls, ceiling, even the furniture are all artwork. The menu was also fun and everything is healthy since it's a vegetarian resto.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Restaurant
“When a restaurant gets back-to-back recognition in Miele’s Best Restaurants in Asia Awards, you know you have to see what all the fuss is about. Used to be a colonial structure in the early 1900’s, Hill Station of Casa Vallejo serves a wide selection of Asian and Continental dishes. If you plan to dine here, don’t forget to pass by Mt. Cloud Bookshop and watch an indie flick at Cinematheque! -from phonebooky.com”
  • 11 locals recommend
Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Vizco's is famous for their starwberry shortcake and other delectable cakes.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Just. Good. Food. You can't go wrong. I actually grew up eating here. They've moved but the food remained the same.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“For those who want a rather heavy breakfast, Pizza Volante along Session Road serves hearty and affordable continental and Filipino breakfast dishes. The restaurant is open 24 hours, making it a good choice for those who arrive in the wee hours of the morning.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Diner
  • 3 locals recommend

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