Harrison Road, from its morning to afternoon business rush, transforms to an evening deal finder’s haven with the road being closed for the Baguio Night Market where used branded items including clothes, shoes, bags and toys are lined up and sold to bargain hunters. Fun starts at 9pm until midnight.
Be drawn by the arts and entertainment scene of the city and discover why they say that the cool weather nurtures the creative minds.
A visit to the galleries of the National Artist, Mr. Benedicto Cabrera (famously known as BenCab) along Asin Road or at the art installations of Mr. Eric De Guia (famously known as Kidlat Tahimik) at Ili Likha Artists Village along Assumption Road just off the hussle of Session Road.
Immerse yourself in the rich culture of the north with a destination that promotes and protects the heritage of the Cordilleras.
Managed by Chanum Foundation Inc., Tam-awan Village is envisioned to be a center of arts and cultural activities bolstering higher appreciation to the heritage and history of the Cordillerans. For a unique cultural experience, the village features native Benguet huts where you can spend the night in with a minimal amount.
Take a closer look in the tedious step-by-step process of making the native fabric at the Easter Weaving Room. A wide selection of souvenir and pasalubong items like house ware, wall décor, native costumes and apparel all made with the native fabric can also be bought from the gallery and shop.
A Nature Walk
Strike the balance of a highly urbanized center and a nature break away with various trails and activities right in the heart of the city and in nearby provinces.
Mt. Sto. Tomas, which towers 7,500 feet above sea level, is a sure adventure for the those looking for a nature trip. At the peak of the trail a breathtaking view of Baguio City is featured in one side while a view of West Philippine Sea is highlighted on the other.