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Baguio City Re-opening 2021 Travel Video Guide for Tourists - New & Old Tourist Spots, Itinerary, What to See and Expect

Baguio City Re-opening 2021 Travel Video Guide for Tourists

Baguio is now OPEN to tourists! You can now visit Baguio, "The Summer Capital of the Philippines" and once again enjoy its cool weather and scenic mountain views. Plan ahead Wanderers! 

I first visited Baguio 13 years ago, and even if I visited the place several times, it still doesn't lose its charm. 

Baguio City reopened its doors to fully vaccinated leisure travelers starting November 2021. Session Road is again closed to traffic on Sundays to allow people to sample food or buy crafts sold by small businesses. 

In October last year, Baguio was the first city during the first year of the pandemic to allow back tourists at a limited capacity through a travel bubble with the Ilocos region. But tourism activities were again suspended in September because of the spike in COVID-19 infections toward the end of August.

Last October 26, 2021, the local government announced the requirements for non-essential travelers, which include online pre-registration through 

Those 12 to 17 years old, whether unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, must present negative results of Antigen or RT-PCR test conducted within 72 hours prior to arrival or during health screening at the City Triage.

Minors aged 11 and below shall be tested at the option of their accompanying parents or adult guardian.

The reopening is also limited to residents of areas declared under Alert Level 3 or lower. Those from ECQ, MECQ, Alert Levels 4 and 5 areas, are not allowed.

Here are the requirements and things you need to consider.

Baguio City Re-opening 2021


✅ Schedule a visit on and get your QTP.

✅ Booking confirmation by selected accommodation establishment.

✅ Bring your vaccination card/certificate.

✅ Fully vaccinated tourists must have lapsed two weeks after their second dose.

✅ Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated must have Negative RT-PCR or Antigen Test Results

Detailed Information:

Baguio now welcome FULLY VACCINATED tourists! ...with these 3 SIMPLE REQUIREMENTS:


🌲 create an account on, with your valid ID.

🌲 on your account, schedule a visit at least a day before your travel.

🌲 only 2,000 individual registrations will be allowed for now, following an ETA reservation system.

🌲 travel requests are approved after verification of booking by accommodation establishment, contact your AE for updates.

🌲 travel only once (QR-coded Tourist Pass) QTP is issued; registration upon arrival is not allowed, strictly no QTP no entry!


🌲 for adults, upload and bring your vaccination card/certificate, full vaccination will mean 2 weeks after 2nd/last dose.

🌲 unvaccinated or partially vaccinated adults are not allowed.

🌲 unvaccinated or partially vaccinated minors aged 12 to 17 must present negative results of Antigen or RT-PCR test conducted within 72 hours prior to arrival or during health screening at the City Triage.

🌲 minors aged 11 and below shall be tested at the option of their accompanying parents or adult guardian.


🌲 after the checkpoint, tourists must proceed to the triage for health screening and verification of QTP and documents.

🌲 symptomatic visitors, regardless of vaccination status or test result, will be immediately tested and isolated, and referred to health officials for further action and advice prior to visitor’s return to point of origin.


πŸ‘‰πŸ» Those from ECQ, MECQ, Alert Levels 4 and 5 areas, are not allowed.

πŸ‘‰πŸ» Always follow minimum health & safety protocols, wear mask and observe distancing at all times.

πŸ‘‰πŸ» Observe existing city laws: no littering, no smoking, vehicle number coding within CBD, and others.

πŸ‘‰πŸ» Stay only in accommodation establishments listed in Baguio VISITA, and enter business establishments with Safety Seal issued by the city government.

πŸ‘‰πŸ» Business establishments observe strict protocols with limited capacity and therefore guests may be refused entry.

πŸ‘‰πŸ» For APORs, returning residents, workers or students, register on

For Updated Information, follow Baguio Tourism on their official Facebook Page.

Traveling to Baguio

Travel time from Manila -  3.5 to 4 hours (private cars)

Additional info : have your RFID / easy trip installed on your vehicle so you can avoid queuing on cash Lane

Via Public Transport: You can now also take the usual public bus if you don't have a car. Victory liner offers tickets from Cubao to Baguio which cost around 567 Pesos. Travel time is around six hours. The earliest bus schedule from Cubao is at 6:00 AM. You can buy a return ticket in Cubao so you can avoid long lines in Baguio and so you can be sure you already have a return ticket. Most of the time, there are many passengers in Baguio going back to Manila, and getting tickets in Baguio can be a challenge. Based on our experience, they can put you as a "chance passenger" if you have no tickets - so you have to wait for very long hours. 

As of November 1, 2021:

No online booking for Genesis Bus and Victory Liner Bus - you have to go to the bus station for booking. If you will go in Baguio on weekends, better make bus booking early so you can choose your preferred time - especially if you want the morning schedules.

If going to Baguio via motorcycle (passing/touring other nearby towns), you can take Marcos highway. There is a check point located at Pugo La Union and those entering Baguio City, there is a check point at Tuba.

For the travel requirements, you only now need Valid ID, QR Pass from Visita Baguio and Vaccination Card. Most of the famous tourist spots and travel destinations in Baguio are now open.   

Tourist Sites You Can Visit:

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You may also want to visit the BenCab Museum which is an interesting art museum with a nice coffee shop. Cafe Sabel with a scenic view of the farm and garden where you can take photo ops. Highly instagrammable!


The annual Christmas village of the Baguio Country Club had its soft opening on Oct. 29, 2021, and is now open to the public.

In observance of Covid-19 health protocols, the Christmas village will only accept fully-vaccinated individuals with an entrance fee of P100 for adults and P45 for children who are non-Baguio residents, while P25 for children who are Baguio residents. 

The village is open from 2 to 9 p.m. daily and will run until Jan. 9, 2022.





from Public Information Office - City of Baguio

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07 November 2021 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong is urging personnel manning the city's borders and triage areas to be more vigilant and discerning now that restrictions have been eased in the Summer Capital due to the steady decline in active coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases in the past weeks.

He made the call during the regular management committee meeting, Oct. 26, with local officials at the Baguio Convention Center where it was disclosed by Executive Assistant IV Atty. Althea Alberto that 16 visitors belonging to the same group were caught with fake RT-PCR tests at the central triage center.

"We should never be complacent and let our guards down," the Mayor said.

Alberto said that the city government will immediately file cases against those caught with fake documents and is warning those who will try to enter the city with such.

“The city does not condone these actions and will immediately act appropriately on whoever violates its rules and regulations,” she said.

Alberto said that Health Services Office  personnel have conducted trainings to those manning the city’s borders and triages on how to spot fake documents like RT-PCR tests.

City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office head Antonette Anaban said the city nabbed 14 persons travelling with fake documents last August.- Gaby B. Keith

BURNHAM PARK Walking Tour & Boat Ride

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Tourists return to Baguio okays leisure trips. BAGUIO CITY tourist reopening — The cooling Baguio weather drew many visitors after the city reopened its doors to fully vaccinated leisure travelers according to the city tourism office. New normal travel video 4K walk tour at Burnham Park in Baguio City Philippines and boating at Burnham Lagoon (lake). Tourist spots and travel destinations in Baguio City / Parks in BaguioTourist attractions in Baguio / City of Pines Landmarks and Sites, the summer capital of the Philippines.  Burnham Park (Location: Baguio, Benguet, Philippines) is the most accessible tourist attraction in Baguio. BIKING AND BOATING AT BURNHAM PARK 2021. Burnham Park, officially known as the Burnham Park Reservation, is a historic urban park located in downtown Baguio, Philippines. It was designed by eponymous American architect and Baguio city planner, Daniel Burnham. Burnham Lake, formerly known as the City Pond, is about a century-old man-made lake situated at the center portion of Burnham Park. Burnham Park has twelve designated clusters as of 2018: Athletic Bowl, Burnham Lagoon, Children's Playground, Igorot Garden, Japanese Peace Tower, Melvin Jones Grandstand, Orchidarium, Picnic Grove, Pine Trees of the World, Rose Garden, Skating Rink and Sunshine Park. 


0:00 Highlights
1:45 Burnham Park Walking Tour
10:49 View of the Lake / Lagoon
11:35 Burnham Park Boating / Boat Riding 
16:45 End Screen

Ghost Tourism: The Haunted DIPLOMAT HOTEL in Baguio City

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Baguio City Tour - Tourist spots and travel destinations 2021 Walking tour / walk tour in 4K Philippines featuring the haunted old hotel in Baguio City - the old Diplomat Hotel abandoned building Baguio Haunted Heritage Virtual Tour - Ghost Tourism or Haunting Tourism (or sometimes referred to as Dark Tourism) of abandoned buildings: The Thrill Of Fear (Without The Danger) - give your spine a few pleasant tingles, you may be part of the growing trend known as ghost tourism. Whether you believe in the supernatural or not, these are designed to be adventures, not spiritual experiences, and should be taken as such. A pinch of fun, a dash of excitement and an intriguing experience. The haunted abandoned building of the old Diplomat Hotel in Baguio City - Heritage Hill and Nature Park Garden, Baguio. Ghost Tourism: includes any form of travel or leisure that involves encounters with or learning about ghosts or hauntings. There are three main elements of this form of tourism: hotels that seek guests on the claim of being haunted, companies that offer ghost hunts and ghost walks. Another definition simply sees it as a tour of places believed to be haunted − ghost sightings, haunted rooms or any other type of ghost adventures. Also called ghost travel, paranormal tourism or even haunted tourism, this type of trip takes you to places that are in some way thought to be... haunted.


0:00 Highlights
2:00 Diplomat Hotel Entrance
3:00 Interior Ground Floor
4:00 Abandoned Fountain Right Wing
5:33 Going up the Second Floor
5:58 Abandoned Fountain Left Wing
6:20 Going Up the Roof Deck
7:27 Hotel Cross 
8:07 Tour of the Second Floor
8:54 The Grand Staircase
9:11 Creepy Wall Drawings
9:40 Back to First Floor with the Army
10:27 Stained Glass Gallery
10:48 Exit at the Garden
11:03 Side view of the building
11:12 End Screen / Outro

New Tourist Spot in Baguio City: MIRADOR HILLS Heritage & Eco Park [New Travel Attraction 2021]

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Baguio's newest travel & backpacking attraction and tourist spots - Baguio Tour 2021 (4K Walking Tour / Walk Tour travel guide] Mirador Garden Hills Heritage & Eco Spirituality Park or the Dominican Hill-Mirador. A New Place of Reflection and Relaxation in Baguio City. What’s Inside Mirador Heritage and Eco Park? Rock Gardens, Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Peace Memorial with Sunset View and Foggy View. Location of the Mirador Heritage and Eco Park: This new attraction is located at Mirador Jesuit Villa and Retreat House in Baguio City. To those who have been to the Lourdes Grotto, it’s going to be easier for you to locate the Mirador Heritage and Eco Park because both of the attractions are located in the same area. Opening Time: The Mirador Jesuit Villa’s Heritage and Eco Park are open from 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM. The City of Baguio is indeed a place full of wonderful attractions, and more are being discovered. And, here’s a piece of good news for those who are searching for a new destination to visit in the city, the Mirador Jesuit Villa’s Heritage and Eco Park are open to the public, for locals and tourists who have completed the requirements needed to enter Baguio, and the eco-park offers different attractions.

What’s Inside Mirador Heritage and Eco Park 
0:00 Highlights
2:52 Entrance or Mirador Heritage & Eco Park
3:38 Upper Rock Gardens
4:05 Archangel's Garden
7:09 Trail going to Peace Memorial
9:26 Garden of Glory
11:35 Scenic Overlooking Spot
13:15 Mirador Peace Memorial


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Baguio City Tour 2021 "New Normal travel" - where to go in Baguio 2021 / 2022 - tourist spots and travel destination walk tour in 4K Philippines. The Lourdes Grotto (Address: Dominican Hill Rd, Baguio, 2600 Benguet) is a Catholic shrine and place of prayer and meditation located on Mirador Hill in the western part of Baguio. Inside the grotto is a statue of Our Lady of Lourdes. Lourdes Grotto is particularly crowded on Sundays and during Holy Week, when pilgrims and devotees come to seek the blessing of the Virgin Mary. To reach the shrine the visitor must climb 252 steps. When you reach the top of the stairs, it is traditional to light a candle. An excellent view of the city is to be had from the grotto. Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto (Baguio City, Benguet): This is a Catholic shrine and pilgrimage site assigned to Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto, located on Dominican Hill Road Baguio, Philippines. The Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto (or simply the Grotto or Lourdes Grotto), a Catholic shrine and place of prayer and meditation, is one of the most popular attractions in Baguio City.  Located on Mirador (meaning “prospect point”) Hill, in the western part of the city, this very familiar and much photographed spot is particularly crowded on Sundays and during Holy Week, when pilgrims and devotees come to seek the blessing of the Virgin Mary. Visitors to this popular tourist destination have increased in numbers over the years. On Good Friday, it is estimated that about 10,000 people visit the grotto.  To reach the shrine, visitors must climb 252 steps or drive a light vehicle up a winding and steep paved road. When you reach the top of the stairs, it is traditional to light a candle. The century-old Lourdes Grotto, an integral adjunct of the Mirador Jesuit Villa, was constructed in 1913 at the initiative of Fr. JosΓ© Algue, S.J., the director of the Manila Observatory. It was made of the same limestone, probably gathered on Mirador Hill, and was built, in slow stages, by Jesuit scholastics (seminarians), brothers and fathers, usually during the summer when Jesuits on vacation would augment the community’s population. The stairway, from the grotto to the foot of the hills, was completed five years later. The steps began as stones laid on the ground but was later covered with cement. Inside the grotto is a statue of Our Lady of Lourdes. The image, of polychromed molave, was carved by noted sculptor Isabelo Tampingco, whose name is inscribed (“I. Tampingco Manila 1913”) at the back of the statue. Above the statue are inscribed the Latin words Tota Pulchra Es Maria (“You are beautiful Mary,” part of an old Catholic prayer of the same title). An excellent view of the city can be had from the grotto. Within the shrine is the Kapilya nina Hesus at Maria (Chapel of Jesus and Mary).  Commonly known as the Lourdes Grotto Chapel, inside is an image of the Divine Mercy on the left and Our Lady of Lourdes on the right. 

Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto: Dominican Hill Rd., Mirador Hill, Baguio City, 2600 Benguet. Open daily, 6 AM – 7:30 PM.

How to Get There: From Zandueta St. (Baguio Central District), jeepneys travel to Lourdes or Dominican Hills.


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Baguio City tour 2021 under New Normal / where to go in Baguio - travel destinations and tourist spots. Tam Awan Village – Garden In the sky. TAM-AWAN VILLAGE, BAGUIO CITY TRAVEL GUIDE. Adress: 366-C Pinsao Proper, 2600 Baguio City, Philippines. Tam-awan Village is one of Baguio City’s nice attractions, created by the Chanum Foundation in 1998. The Village which is an artist’s haven is located on the outskirts of the city. Getting there may be a little tricky but we’d never regretted. A minimal entrance fee gets visitors inside the compound to explore the grounds which is situated beside the hill. The whole village prides itself on its art gallery, coffee shop, and the various collection of  Ifugao and Kalinga huts:  nine authentic knockdown Ifugao huts (seven of which were from Bangaan, Ifugao and two came from Kalinga), some over a hundred years old.  The oldest is the Annaba hut.  Others include the octagonal Luccong hut (or binayon) for aristocrats; and the Dukligan (Ifugao fertility hut). The Village is a  project of the Chanum Foundation (a group of artists headed by   Ben Cab). The different native huts and other areas were used for workshops and exhibits. The Tam-awan Village, Baguio City is also a good place to purchase a painting or drawing by one of the many well-known artists who have their artwork displayed at the place. Tam-awan in the local idiom means “vantage point,” an appropriate name for a collection of Cordillera Huts that sit on a hillside that affords visitors a magnificent view of the South China Sea on a clear day.  How to Get to Tam-awan Village, Baguio City. By car — from Burnham Park: take Harrison Road and go up Abanao Road and proceed to Naguilian Road. From Naguilian, turn right to Quezon Hill Road 2, which connects to Tacay Road. On Tacay Road, keep going straight until you reach a fork in the road, Take the road on the left and keep going until you reach the place. 

The Official Tam-awan Village Page: A blend of indigenous Cordilleran craftsmanship with an artist’s concept for a village adapting to the Baguio setting.

What to See at WRIGHT PARK in Baguio City Philippines

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Baguio City Tour: tourist spots, travel destinations, where to go. Wright Park is a park in Baguio, Philippines. Wright Park is a wooded area in Baguio which became known for its horseback riding services for tourists. It was named after American Governor Luke E. Wright and was established as a recreational area. It is situated near The Mansion. Tranquil natural area full of trees, where visitors can walk, jog or rent horses to ride. Reasons to Explore Wright Park - Do you feel quite adventurous? Dubbed as the summer capital of the Philippines, Baguio City offers a lot of exciting activities. Aside from exploring the city’s pine trees, strawberry farms, cold weather, and amazing culture, Baguio summer experience would not be complete without horseback riding. Wright Park is one of the many scenic parts of Baguio. It is located at the city’s eastern part and in front of the main gate of The Mansion (the official summer residence of the president). Wright Park’s main features are the “Pool of Pines” and the Park Circle. Pool of Pines is a shallow elongated rectangular body of water, while the Park Circle is a beautiful spot located at the park’s other end. After your horseback riding activity, you can walk around and explore the natural and cultural beauty of Wright Park. When you walk beside the pool, you will see tall pine trees and decorative street lights line both sides of the access road.
Address: Address: beside Rizal Elementary School Gibraltar Road Baguio Benguet PH, Gibraltar Rd, Baguio, Benguet


0:00 Intro
0:12 Ornamental Plant booths
0:46 Horseback Riding
1:51 The Stone Stairway
3:02 Souvenir Stalls
3:19 Park Circle & Gazebo
4:59 Scenic road leading to The Mansion
7:39 Pine Forest

Quick Stop at The Mansion House in Baguio City 

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The Mansion House (also known as The Mansion) is the official summer palace of the President of the Philippines - one of the travel destinations and tourist attractions in Baguio City. This is usually part of the Baguio City Tour. The Mansion House—located at the eastern part of Baguio City, along Leonard Wood Road and across Wright Park—has been the official summer residence of the Presidents of the Philippines since the Commonwealth. It was originally built to be the seat of power of the American colonial government during the summer months.

What to See at MINES VIEW PARK in Baguio City Benguet Philippines

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Mines View Park Observation Deck - Tourist attraction in Baguio City Philippines. Walk tour of a popular destination for scenic views in Baguio city - travel and tourism. Watch to give you an idea of things to do in Mines View Park. Mines View Park is an overlook park on the northeastern outskirts of Baguio in the Philippines. It is five kilometers away from the Heart of Baguio, passing through the Botanical Garden, the Mansion House, Wright Park, and the Pacdal Circle. Located on a land promontory 4 km from downtown Baguio, the park overlooks the mining town of Itogon, particularly the abandoned gold and copper mines of the Benguet Corporation, and offers a glimpse of the Amburayan Valley. The observation deck is situated below a winding stone-covered stairway close to the parking area.


0:00 Intro
0:24 Park Entrance 
1:44 Plant Shops / Stores
2:54 View Deck
6:24 Photo Area with Horses and St. Bernard dog
7:44 More plant shops
7:58 Pasalubong shops

What's New at SM City BAGUIO Shopping Mall

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Baguio City 4K Walk Tour Featuring SM Mall in Baguio / Skygarden, North Terraces, and Sunset Terraces / Sky Garden Terrace - Baguio Tour during post-pandemic 2021. #SafeMalling at SM City Baguio! This mall is one of the quick tourist stopovers/tourist spots and travel destinations in Baguio, especially for first-timers. SM City Baguio is the 23rd largest shopping mall in the Philippines located on Luneta Hill on top of Session Road overlooking historic Burnham Park and opposite Baguio's City Hall which is situated on a northern hill. It is also the first SM Supermall that does not use an air-conditioning system upon its completion, other than the SM Mall of Asia, which makes use of natural lighting and which does not have air conditioning in common areas. The mall was inspired by Cordilleran design, such as the veranda modeled after the Banaue Rice Terraces.

0:00 Highlights
2:22 Mall Entrance
3:55 Supermarket
4:17 Lower Ground Food Court
5:01 Upper Ground
5:53 Level 2
6:15 Terraces / Viewdeck / Level 3
8:27 Sky Garden

Address/Location: Luneta Hill, Upper Session Road, Baguio City, Benguet, Philippines
Phone: 0917 876 1111
Opened: 21 November 2003
Parking: 3000+ (as of 2021)
Architect: Jose Siao Ling and Associates
Number of anchor tenants: 10
Owner: Henry Sy
Total retail floor area: 176,073 m2 (1,895,230 sq ft)
No. of floors: Main Mall: 6; North Terraces: 2; Sunset Terraces: 4; Carpark Annex: 5

Walking at SESSION ROAD Going to SM Baguio Mall

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POV Walking at Session Road in Baguio City going to SM Mall Baguio. Session Road (a famous street in Baguio City - famous for tourists, dining/restaurants, pasalubong shopping, night market shopping, cultural events) is a six-lane 1.7-kilometer (1.1 mi) major road in Baguio, Philippines. The entire road forms part of the National Route 231 (N231) of the Philippine highway network. Session Road is the main thoroughfare of Baguio in the Philippines and is the main hub of what is called the Baguio Central Business District. Baguio Roads in Benguet, Shopping districts and streets in the Philippines.

GOOD TASTE Restaurant & CafΓ©: Best Budget-friendly Restaurant in Baguio City [Quick Tour]

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Where to eat on your Baguio Tour /  popular food hub in Baguio - GOOD TASTE RESTAURANT & CAFΓ‰ at Carino St, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines - Operation Hours: 24/7. Good Taste, which is also popular among tourists, has two buildings in Baguio's Central Business District. Residents and tourists alike frequent Good Taste restaurant because of their large family servings. Good Taste Restaurant is also known as a venue for large gatherings. Good Taste is one of the most popular restaurants in Baguio among tourists and locals alike. Good Taste – a simple yet straightforward brand known for its budget-friendly menu and huge food servings. And I mean, really huge! The generous food portions come in very reasonable prices, and surprisingly delectable taste. They also have solo meals but the authentic Good Taste experience is really validated on group dining, trust me! Good Taste caters Filipino and Chinese cuisine and affordable desserts as well. 

Baguio Strawberry Farm in La Trinidad Benguet

Baguio Philippines! The best strawberry ice cream eveeerrrr. Do you also miss the strawberry ice cream in Baguio strawberry farm? What to do and where to go on your Baguio tour 2021. Baguio tourist spot and travel destination. The La Trinidad Strawberry Farm is a farm in the town of La Trinidad, Benguet, the Philippines primarily used for the cultivation of strawberries. The farm is also open to tourism. Strawberry desserts you need to try in Baguio. Strawberry Farm | Strawberry Picking in La Trinidad Benguet in Baguio.

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