Just beside the culturally rich Tam-Awan Village is the Farmer’s Daughter Restaurant, offering authentic Cordilleran cuisine at a friendly price. Read our experience and review of one of the best restaurants in Baguio City.
Tam-awan is a cultural village and art center built by local artists with a purpose of showcasing and preserving the heritage of Cordillera. Include this beautiful place on your next Baguio trip and immerse yourself in the way of life of the Igorots.
Canto Baguio may have a new spot near the city center, but they still offer the same old menu people have been indulgent of. Check our experience and guide of Canto Bogchi Joint in Kisad road, Baguio City.
Captivating colors, cold breeze, Pine trees, up and down roads; there is so much more to expect going up north to Baguio City. One of these is the “StoBoSa Hillside Homes Artwork” famously known as Valley of Colors. Here, we discovered a not-so-popular place which offers a different perspective of the gigantic mural.
The Baguio Night Market in Harrison Road brings life and color in the city after sundown. Hundreds of tourists flock the street to buy goods and locally-made products. My brother and I went to Baguio Night Market last January 2018, and here's our experience and things to see.
Looking for an affordable place to stay in Baguio City? Then check out Upstairs Bed and Bath and see why most backpackers love this simple yet cozy place.
Baguio City, known as the City of Pines, the Summer Capital of the Philippines, has become a commonplace for tourists and travelers alike. Here's our travel journal from our spontaneous 2 days and 1 night trip in this beautiful mountainous city.
Ketchup is a food community along Romulo drive in Baguio City. It offers a number of great restaurants with their atmosphere surrounded with pine trees and fresh air. Canto restaurant is one of their best choices and it is highly commendable.