I have compiled here the 10 Instagram-worthy places in Baguio City that I visited. This article contains affiliate links which you are free to use with no extra costs on your part.
Baguio City in the northern Philippines is popular for its cold weather and a popular tourist destination among both Filipinos and foreigners, therefore a lot of people travel to this city at any time of the year. In fact, it is dubbed as the “Summer Capital of the Philippines” and people flock here during the summer season to escape the heat in the other parts of the country.
Instagram-Worthy Places in Baguio City: The List
Aside from the weather, there are still a lot more reasons to visit Baguio City. Below are 10 of the Instagram-worthy places in Baguio City that will surely add beauty to your Instagram feed:
Cafe Sabel is the in-house restaurant of BenCab Museum, a very popular museum in Baguio City. It has a lot of colorful decorations and the view was lovely.
Address: Ground Level, BenCab Museum, Km 6. Asin Road, Baguio, 2603 Benguet
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Since we stayed at Baguio Village Inn, we had access to this major road, Magsaysay Avenue, and it has a nice view of the houses at the mountains which looks like the favelas in Brazil!
Camp John Hay
A popular tourist spot in Baguio City, Camp John Hay has tall-standing trees and rich green spaces where you can smell some fresh air. This amphitheater is a popular events venue as well.
Bell House is a library and museum and a tour inside could give you a feel of a typical American home because Baguio City is where the American military personnel would frequently go to during the American colonization period because of its cold weather.
Arca’s Yard is very homey restaurant that has a vast selection of books and sculptures. It is located in a very nice location and the restaurant has an attic-type minimalist interior.
Tam-Awan Heritage Village
Tam-Awan Heritage Village is not your typical museum inside a white concrete building, but a museum by a mountainside! You literally have to hike to see the different artworks, and paintings are located inside native nipa huts.
A very popular museum in Baguio City founded by Benjamin Cabrera (hence the name BenCab), it houses a lot of his artworks and other beautiful artworks by popular Filipino artists.
You can also visit BenCab Museum via the Arts and Museum Tour in Baguio kkday tour.
Cemetery of Negativity
Cemetery of Negativity is where you ‘bury’ your negativity in life. It has several epitaphs showing witty names of fictional people indicating their cause of death, which was mostly because of negativity.
Baguio City Cathedral may be your typical Philippine Catholic church, but its Gothic-ish design makes it stand out from other churches in the country.
Baguio City Museum is a government-maintained museum which showcases the different cultural practices and heritage of the provinces in Cordillera Administrative Region. And oh, this museum has a real mummy displayed as a permanent exhibit!
You can also visit Baguio Museum via the Arts and Museum Tour in Baguio kkday tour.
INSTAGRAM-WORTHY PLACES IN BAGUIO CITY: Your suggestions are welcome! 🙂
There you have it! More than additional content to your Instagram feeds, Baguio City could actually satisfy your tummy with good food, your brain with so much history about the people of the Cordilleras, and your soul with the relaxation you need. Baguio City is indeed a nice place to travel to, but I hope we could all be responsible in keeping its beauty. Safe travels!
KKDAY Tours in Baguio City
As mentioned, you are free to book any of these tours in Baguio City for a more comfortable trip:
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