The Lion Head Baguio City
Baguio Public Market Pasalubong Shopping
During the dry and cool months in Baguio City, people can buy strawberries in the public market or at Burnham Park. You may also want to visit La Trinidad Benguet and pick the berries themselves. All the fruits and vegetables in this city are cheap and freshly picked every day.
Strawberry Taho (soft/silken tofu)
Strawberry taho is a special drink in Baguio city. It is available at a cheap price of 10 – 15 pesos per cup. Taho is a local delicacy prepared from soy and sweetened using liquid sugar. Tapioca balls are also served together with this drink. This special mix is topped with strawberry syrup and whole strawberries.
Horseback riding in Baguio
There are several horseback riding spots in Baguio City but the most popular one is in Wright Park. Some of the horseback riding trails are also available near Baguio Country Club, Camp John Hay, and Mines View Park.
It is located on a high hill in the western part of the city where you will find the image of the Lady of Lourdes. The grotto is a favorite pilgrimage site destination during Holy Week most especially during Holy Thursday and Good Friday. You can reach the image of the Lady of Lourdes by hiking up 252 steps or by driving a light vehicle through a winding, narrow and steep asphalt-paved road.
Stopover at StoBoSa Hillside Homes Artwork
The paintwork of multiple houses composes the single artwork.
Strawberry Picking in La Trinidad
Strawberry Picking is one of the most popular activities in La Trinidad, Benguet – a town located right next to the City of Pines. They also enjoy picking the strawberries themselves. The best months to come here is April, March and may, because its the strawberry peak season.
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