Burnham Park is a 32.84 hectare urban park located at the heart of the Baguio City, in the Philippines. It was named after the American architect and urban planner, Daniel Hudson Burnham who laid the plans for the city. The park is a favorite place of local residents and visitors alike. There are different facilities for recreation and relaxation that are available in the park. You can row a boat, ...
have a picnic, attend an outdoor concert, watch a football game, go biking, or just take a leisurely stroll around the park.
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Most Filipinos would love to go to Baguio City, especially during summer. For some, Baguio is a typical stopover en route to Banaue or Sagada. Many claim that the City of Pines is now more commercialize than before but that doesn't stop tourists flocking to it over the weekend.
Called the "City of Pines," its particularly popular in summer due to unusually cooler weather.
Now that Panagbenga Festival is nearly approaching , you might consider giving Baguio a quick tour during the festival. Baguio has so many great places to offer and some of which can be access for free. So after witnessing the colorful street dances and grand float parades, you might consider visiting these places in Baguio.
Christmas is magical when shared with the people who matter the most. Beyond the Christmas trees, gifts, to-do and to-buy lists, at the end of the day, whats important is that were surrounded by those who make us feel that certain sense of home. So, once youve gotten all of them to meet up this holiday season, the next thing to do is take a trip to Baguio to enjoy the much-needed Christmas feels.
Two Christmas trees have caught the attention of the city.
Mixed reactions have been aired on the aesthetics of both trees going viral on social media and are a current debate topic on the streets.
The "tree" atop the session road rotunda is a giant art installation by Tinatik artist Maela Liwanag Jose while a 74 feet tall tree stands at the Rose Garden at Burnham Park.
The Jose art installation is described to have references to the culture and art not only of Baguio but the whole of the Cordillera. It aims to tell the story of creation starting from the sun, rain, mountains, plants, ...
And suddenly, I was embracing the cold weather of Baguio City in the Philippines. I thought I was dreaming, but I was not. I am in the City of Pines following an emergence of sudden and unplanned idea.