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Best things to do in Baguio

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Route
“I love the live Acoustic bands they are playing everywhere when you walk along Session Road. Pick your choice.. Oh I need one more... San Mig!! :)”
2 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“Enjoy a cup of freshly brewed coffee while overlooking the famous Session road. The Cafe is popular with students who grab a quick bite before heading to the university. They also offer pastas, sandwiches and rice meals.”
2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Aside from SM Savemore available in the lower ground floor, there's another grocery store just across the building. This place also offers a selection of fresh vegetables and fruits from the Baguio City Market and is relatively cheaper than what's in SM Savemore.”
2 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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2 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“This place is a multi-level establishment built around overgrown trees that celebrates the rich culture of the Cordillera people. Inside you'll find several food stalls that you can choose from and have a decent meal or snack while enjoying the art pieces incorporated in the building.”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Ili-likha Artist Village is a whimsical and creative space for artists and foodies that showcases the Cordillera culture. Located inside is Balbacua at Urban Kamote, a farm to table all-day breakfast place specializing in Balbacua, a beef stew specialty from Southern Mindanao made of beef skin and meat slow cooked in herbs for 6 hours. - from phonebooky.com”
1 local recommends
Electronics Store
“This place offers a variety of office and school supplies, and novelty items I don't see anywhere else near Baguio. Try to drop by this place and check what they're offering while you're staying with us.”
1 local recommends
Dessert Shop
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“My favourite cafe when I was still a university student. They have amazing heavenly cakes and lasagna!!!”
1 local recommends
Café
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“Have you ever heard of the color changing pea flower tea? Your bluish tea turns into a beautiful pink color once you pour lemon into it, and it is not the only magical thing on their menu, they also have glistening start dust teas, their Christmas menu - Ube Pasta, Puto Bumbong Ice cream and a lot more are must tries. If you are into arts and crafts, Lihim ni Maria is one of the cafes and restos in Il Likha Artist Village, the place is a majestic work of art itself. There are also other restos in the place like BRRGRR.”
1 local recommends
Dentist's Office
“Chilled & quiet. Good music and familiar Baguio people frequents this place.”
1 local recommends
Cafe
“Basipop recently opened a new outlet in Ibay Hotel, Mines View Park, near to Outlook Ridge Residences. Reasonably priced food and a nice ambience.”
1 local recommends