The Lion's Head welcomes you to Baguio City when you take the scenic route via Kennon Road.
Teacher's Camp features exhibits, function halls, cottages, a museum, football field and oval.
Massive clouds behind a varied terrain chanced along the Sto. Tomas Road, Campo Sioco, Baguio City.
Baguio City sparkling at night.
Morning star and the city at the break of dawn.
Sun rising above the misty mountains as seen from Mines View Park.
Tam-awan meaning "a viewing place" is certainly a fitting name for the Igorot Hut populated village. You can stay at one of the huts where you can see the panoramic view of the low-lying areas of La Union Province and the Gulf of Lingayen.
The bust of Daniel Burnham, Baguio's city planner, found at Burnham Park.
Fog looming over Baguio City.
Mines View Park souvenir shops.
Various flora abundantly thrives at the Baguio Botanical Garden.
The pine trees growing abundantly in Baguio not only provides green shades to relax the eyes, but its scent gives the atmosphere that exhilarating effect to the senses.
Just across The Mansion, Wright Park is one of the most photographed destinations in Baguio with its picture perfect layout of tall pine trees reflected on the long stretch of water.
The Mansion's intricate and luxurious gate is said to be the replica of the gates of the Buckingham Palace in London. These gates are opened to visitors when the president is not in the residence.
The "postcard perfect" official summer residence of the Philippine President known as The Mansion was built in 1908, almost as old as the city of Baguio itself.