Baguio, Philippines travel tips

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Go and get the butterfly experience at Butterfly Farm - Camp John Hay.

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Experience the rustic setting at Diplomat Hotel, a Boguia landmark.

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To get everything you need along one street, drive down to Session Road.

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If you just want a standard but clean hotel with good food then El Cielito Hotel Baguio is your best bet.

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The best place to stay is Le Monet Hotel . Everything there is excellent!

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Leave early in the morning and go get a refreshing dip at the Colorado Falls.

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Kaliwaga Cave is a worthwhile learning experience.

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A walk at Historical Core - Camp John Hay, is one you'll remember for life.

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Believe me, the Cemetery of Negativism is a fulfilling and interesting experience.

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Wood wood everywhere. You are sure to leave Ifugao Woodcarvers' Village with a souvenir.

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Especially during the rainy season, you must visit Bridal Veil Falls. It's quite enchanting.

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Get immersed in the Baguio culture at this authentic Tam-Awan Village where you are guaranteed to learn at least a two phrases of the local language.

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You will be very impressed and well informed on a visit to the Philippine Military Academy.

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Flags, bells and dragons along neatly designed buildings is what will greet you at Bell Church.

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As long as it's not raining, a climb up Mt. Pulag is a must if only for the panoramic view.

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Visit the Good Shepherd Convent and a taste of the delicious Ube Jam also known as Purple Yam.

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A trip to the BenCab Museum is a tour that must not be missed.

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It is very easy and cheap to purchase a SIM card for your phone.

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Be courteous and leave a decent tip if you got good service, even if the bill said a service charge was included. Some staff may got get that money.

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It's best to pay your bills with cash to avoid your credit and ATM cards being copied.

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