Mines View Park is an overlook park on the northeastern outskirts of Baguio City in the Philippines. A ridge located at the extreme northeast side of the city, past The Mansion and Wright Park, Mines View Park boasts of a spectacular view of Benguet's gold and copper mines and the Cordillera mountains.
The main attractions in Mines View Park nowadays would be the commercial activit ...
ies such as the souvenir and silverworks stores by the park. The one especially worth visiting is Rimando's, that offers the best carved artifacts, on the Gibraltar side.
Tourists also have a chance to get dressed in full Cordillera regalia -- bahag, shield and spear for the men, tapis for the ladies, vests and headdresses for both.
A visit to Mines View Park would not be complete without a stop at the Good one can buy strawberry and ube jams, peanut and cashew brittle and other goodies. They also have a very nice view deck with the vista of the mountains of the Cordillera range as a backdrop for photos.
Mines View Park News
Can anyone travel from Manila to Baguio with just one peso? It's amazing if indeed true.
In partnership with Victory Liner, one of the biggest bus companies in the country, TV personality and "Survivor Philippines" alumnus Kiko Rustia shows that, yes, it is possible.
Said collaboration has broken new grounds with Rustia becoming the symbol of the transport firm's advocacy of giving back to the people through the documentaries showcasing the different places that Victory buses pass going up north.
With the Survivor alumnus as host, the documentaries serve as showcase of the people and ...
Here are some spots you should definitely visit when you are here.
Asin Hot Spring - Thirty (30) minutes away from Baguio there are man made tunnels near there are some resort around surrounded with picnic nuts where they have swimming pools, a waterfall that has an odor of sulfur. This stop is perfect during the weekends with family and friends.
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.
This was the last destination that we visited before we ended our first half adventure in Baguio. If you are hunting to purchase local souvenir items and food delicacies, then this is the best place for you. The park wasnt that big though but you could find several stalls that sells those things that you would like to bring home. Colorful haired color horses for picture taking were also available. If you would like to take a photo wearing the ancestral costumes of the locals, you could borrow them with a small fee.
Summer! The sun is out, clear skies, cool sea breeze, and a good beach tan is just beautiful. Most people would definitely book a trip to the beach and that's what I habitually do. But this summer, I have changed course and went to the distant mountains of the Philippines to have a different summer experience.
Day 1: MANILA TO BANAUE
We started an early flight from Cebu to Manila, it was 45 mins. to an hour flight. Our driver met us at the airport and we headed to get some breakfast before the long road trip started. The trip to Banaue from Manila was more or less 13 hours drive. It sho ...