Baguio

Climate Baguio

The average temperatures in Baguio are lower then in other parts of The Philippines due to the high altitude on which it is located. Night time temperatures can drop to 15 °C / 59°F in December and January.

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Shopping Baguio

The whole stretch of Session Road is the busiest area in this city. Here, you can find a variety of shops and restaurants and well of course SM City Baguio. This shopping mall which was built last 2003 is located on the upper session road and is the only SM Mall in the Philippines which doesn't have an airconditioning due to Baguio's cool climate. It has also has a different architecture compared to other SM Malls because it has a balcony on every floor wherein shoppers can have a great view of Baguio City while enjoying the fresh air.

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Local transport Baguio

Even if you don't have car, getting around Baguio through public transportation is very easy. Like anywhere else in the Philippines, the most common and cheapest mode of transportation here is the jeepney. Jeepneys have different fixed routes and you just need to find the right one which will pass the direction you're heading to. Most of them can be found along the city center and usually there's a terminal located within the prime spots of the city like Mines View Park and SM Baguio. 

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Getting to Baguio

As of the moment, there is only one way of getting to Baguio and that is by land. Baguio is only about 250 km north of the Philippines' capital Manila. The quickest way to get there is by private transport which will take you around 4-5 hours of travel time but public transport is also very much accessible, usually cheaper and much more convenient especially if you're traveling alone or as a couple. The most comfortable and quickest bus to Baguio is provided by the bus company Victory Liner.

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Eating & Drinking Baguio

Baguio is popular in the Philippines for growing fresh fruits and vegetables so expect the restaurants here to serve you just the freshest. Dining and drinking options in Baguio is not limited as there are lots of restaurants scattered all over the place. SM City Baguio already has numerous cafe and restaurants within the building like Dencio's Grill, Gerry's Grill, Don Henrico's Pizza, Figaro and Yellowcab Pizza.

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Baguio Travel Guide

Nestled 1500 meter (5100 ft) above sea level is the summer capital of the Philippines. Baguio is also dubbed the City of Pines, due to pine trees growing abundantly on this altitude in the tropics. Despite its nicknames parts of the city are plagued by traffic jams, causing sometimes intolerable noise and air pollution.

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