Mines View Park – A favorite place for photographers where stunning sunrise pictures are captured.
The Mansion – The official summer residence of the President of the Republic of the Philippines in Baguio.
Wright Park – It is where you can do horseback riding. You may hire a guide or you may ride the horse by yourself.
Botanical Garden – As the name suggests, it is where various plants are grown. At the entrance, you may take pictures with friendly old locals in their indigenous costumes. Botanical Garden also features its Japanese Park, where a World War II Japanese tunnel walkway can be found.
Camp John Hay – Once a former United States air base, it is now a top recreation and tourist spot in Baguio. Inside Camp John Hay Historical Core, you will find the Bell House, the Bell Amphitheater, and the Bell Museum, all of which were named after Major-General J. Franklin Bell. Another tourist attraction you will find is the Cemetery of Negativity (or The Lost Cemetery) where one can ditch those negative thoughts and attitudes away.
Baguio Convention Center – It is considered as the most modern and spacious indoor facility in the North where official gatherings, conferences, programs, and concerts are held. It was the venue of the 1978 World Chess Championship where Anatoly Karpov and Victor Korchnoi, two Russian chess grandmasters, fought it out. Karpov emerged as the victor in the competition.
Philippine Military Academy (PMA) – Also known as Fort del Pilar, PMA serves as the training school for future officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP).
Baguio City Hall – The seat of government of the City of Baguio. Many significant historical events have happened here.
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