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  • Evangelos A
    1 contribution
    Overall a great experience!! I had for guide a local person Jercy. He is an amazing person really friendly , knows the area really good !! He also told me some history abou the Philippines. I was solo and also he was really open to customise our route which is highly appreciated! Also the views and the villages are so beautiful and the sun was making all of it even more magical ! Thanks. Lot for everything..
    Written 17 January 2023
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  • John Karlo M
    2 contributions
    A great place to walk around. Lots of tall building makes you think that you are in another country.
    Written 17 May 2022
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  • Peter M
    Melbourne, Australia1,079 contributions
    Burnham Park is in the centre of Baguio and is named after the USA architect David Burnham. The lagoon that has rides in boats that look like swans are very popular. There are signs up forbidding massage, but women and men take no notice and offer you massages. There is also a children's park. It is free to enter.
    Written 16 January 2023
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  • Dan F
    Batangas City, Philippines4 contributions
    Very long and full of trees all around. Good environment for worship and mass…although a bit noisy. Very good nonetheless
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • Denis85_9
    Cheffois, France162 contributions
    popular market in the street.

    The kind of place where you wander w/o looking for something special but where you can always find something to buy.
    Written 15 January 2023
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  • The_Traveling_Expat
    Chicago, IL373 contributions
    It does not take a long time to walk around since the entire thing can be seen in about 15-30 minutes depending on how fast you go. However, it is interesting to see how an upper-class family lived. The only downside is that there are no information cards, but sometimes the guards or workers will explain some items.
    Written 24 December 2022
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  • Gale S
    Iba, Philippines8 contributions
    Ilocos is a wonderful province which has lot to offer. One of it is its windmill, which are perfectly aligned making it a nice view once you visit Bangui. Such a picture perfect place, instagrammable indeed.
    Written 10 March 2022
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  • Micah C
    Chicago, IL10 contributions
    Honestly just had to run in here to use the bathroom during a run. The security was so nice and led me there even though I was a sweaty mess. Looked super modern and clean in there. The bathroom was the best I've used in the philippines, hahahaha.
    Written 28 July 2022
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  • Evita Josa Bartolome
    Abra Province, Philippines20 contributions
    Every part of it has an history. The oldest tower in Ilocos that can gives you a best experience and memorable moment in your life. Before you enter make sure to registered. It is not compulsory to donate but for the sake of the place they use it for the maintenance. As far as I know we visited this place at March 27 2019. They don't allowed students to go there in class days to prevent cutting of classes. It has a small window that is very old but full of history. It is not that hard than you think to go upstairs because when you're inside of it, it has a cold temperature so you can feel comfortable at all. Your eyes will be relaxed of its view vicinity and see the whole place of Vigan which the Bell it self is very heavy. It's absolutely well preserved and maintained that's why the fresh air and its peacefulness helps you to overcome your fear, problem and anxiety.
    Written 21 February 2021
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  • Reviews by Enzo
    5 contributions
    Perfect place to feel close to God.

    When I went here I felt my personal burdens lifted and seems so small. It shows how peaceful the place is.

    Place is well kept and is really beautiful with natural animals roaming around like small pigs and horses. Plus the flowers and plants are well maintained.
    Written 5 April 2022
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  • Peter M
    Melbourne, Australia1,079 contributions
    This is the main street of Baguio and has the lot from banks, hotels, fast food shops, Robinsons, SM, buses, jeepneys and is always busy. There is Upper and Lower Session Road.
    Session Road derives its name from the fact that it used to lead up to the old Baden-Powell Hall, where the Philippine Commission held its sessions from April 22 to June 11, 1904 and officially initiated the use of Baguio as the Philippine Summer Capital. The old Baden Power Inn is now closed where there is a marker.
    Written 16 January 2023
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  • April Esther V
    Taguig City, Philippines42 contributions
    If you have kids who like soldier stuff, vintage world war II tanks and retired Military aircraft, come visit the only Philippine Military Academy. The Museum for now is closed though and undergoing renovation. All safe as all these are seen al fresco.
    Prepare for lots of walking. Bisita PMA QR code is needed as they limit the number of visitors per day due to the pandemic I suppose.
    Souvenir stores are a paradise to those who want Soldier attire and paraphernalia.
    Written 13 April 2022
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  • Paul V
    Calgary, Canada273 contributions
    The dancing fountains are a very nice tourist attraction offered for free by the local government. The show starts at 07:30 pm and lasts about thirty minutes. Not too crowded. Find a place where you see the projected images. A very good sequence of music with fountains being used to enhance the sound. A variety of colours makes this a great experience. Get there early for a good seat. You an either go there following an early dinner or preceding a late dinner. One of the highlights of our visit to the City.
    Written 3 March 2020
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  • Lorenzo T
    4 contributions
    My November 2019 visit to the archipelagic province of Batanes in the Philippines’ northernmost tip further deepened the beautiful impressions etched during my first visit to the country’s top end wonder nearly two decades ago. Such mental imprints included the Batanes house, the Arius tree, the vakul and kanayi headgears, yuvuk and other local baskets, the local garlic, the exhilarating drive along the coastal road that zips through the postcard-perfect rolling ‘Marlboro hills’ with the breathtaking green grass-topped grazing lands where horses, cows and goats freely roam on one side of the road and the endless blue waters of the Philippine Sea on the other, and the hardy and genteel Ivatans. Let me offer some snippets about each of these.

    The Batanes house fascinates me no end as it definitely is an admirable architectural and structural feat courtesy of the Ivatan people. It has proven to withstand the test of time, the harshness of the elements especially the strong typhoons that frequent the place. Its twin attributes of simplicity and durability coupled by its thoughtful use of local materials and indigenous house construction techniques, were capitalized to build multi-functional and highly durable dwelling spaces quite unique to this laidback vacation haven.

    The sturdy Arius tree, referred to locally as the Batanes pine, is endemic to the province and dots most of the local landscapes. Its branches thickly dotted in all directions with flat baby-finger-like leaves of varying shades of green and forming a pattern resembling bottle cleaners is definitely an interesting natural beauty to behold.

    The vakul (for women) and kanayi (for men) headgears, as well as the yuvuc (a farm-produce harvesting basket) and other basketworks, are a product of the functional ingenuity and creativity of the people of Batanes.

    The local garlic, though smaller than imported garlic, is definitely richer in flavor giving extra savory taste to the Ivatan dishes I sampled at the HiroJoy Cuisine exquisitely prepared by no less than its owner Ms. Lidia Roberto.

    The quick drive along the awesome grazing hills make you feel transported for a moment to a spectacular place outside the Philippines where the hills come to life and the time gets warped.

    The infinite sea simply leaves you breathless as you face head on its boundless majesty with its serene waves gifting you with an unexplainable calmness of spirit and soul.

    The hardworking, honest and long-suffering Ivatans are in themselves a wonder. I would always have a soft-spot in my heart for these people as I continue to cherish their native brand of hospitality and friendship.

    By Lorenzo F. Templonuevo
    Written 28 June 2020
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  • Lux_Traveler
    Manila, Philippines355 contributions
    We decided to visit this shrine and church on a whim with family from the Philippines, its outdoors with several statues and shrines. There is a church and holy water fountain and a place to light candles and pray. Overall its a nice outing with the family to see a more traditional filipino cultural location. If uou are ever in the area its worth a visit!!!
    Written 19 October 2022
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