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Top recommendations from locals

Museum
“The BenCab Museum houses the permanent collection of Philippine National Artist Benedicto Cabrera (BenCab) in several galleries, as well as venues for art shows and exhibitions. The Philippine Contemporary Art Galleries highlight the artist’s collection of paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture. The smaller exhibition rooms contain other collections accumulated by BenCab through the years.”
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Sculpture Garden
“TAM-AWAN Village is a reconstructed Cordillera village showcasing the traditional Ifugao Huts, and Baguio’s art and culture scene. It uniquely blends indigenous aesthetics and exquisite Cordilleran craftsmanship with an artist’s concept for a village adapting to Baguio setting.”
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Bar
“Our Mission at Baguio Craft Brewery is to produce unique, quality handcrafted beers that are second to none. We at Baguio Craft Brewery honor the traditional craft brewing philosophy. We continually aim to improve the quality of beer creation. We remain committed to individual expression to create high quality, innovative and unique beers that appeal to beer lovers with a sense of discovering and adventure. MEALS Dinner, Late Night, Drinks CUISINES Fusion, Gastropub FEATURES Reservations, Seating, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Buffet, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Street Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Credit Card”
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Art Gallery
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“From the busy streets of Session Road and going up the stairs of the old La Azotea building, when you get to the top most t floor taking you to Oh My Gulay, it is like stepping in to a different world, feast your eyes on Cordilleran art in every corner, the walls, ceiling, even the furniture are all artwork. The menu was also fun and everything is healthy since it's a vegetarian resto.”
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History Museum
“It is small but it has lovely pictures of history and utensils to look at. Monday's closed.”
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Restaurant
“When a restaurant gets back-to-back recognition in Miele’s Best Restaurants in Asia Awards, you know you have to see what all the fuss is about. Used to be a colonial structure in the early 1900’s, Hill Station of Casa Vallejo serves a wide selection of Asian and Continental dishes. If you plan to dine here, don’t forget to pass by Mt. Cloud Bookshop and watch an indie flick at Cinematheque! -from phonebooky.com”
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Hostel
“The- place-to-be! If you wanna be seen or be mean (just thought of a word to rhyme hahaha well it goes with those who don't want crowded places!) Flotsam and Jetsam is the place for you! With their claim to good vibes and fun fun fun in their magical flotsam universe, you'll definitely have the best time of your life singing and dancing to the tune of throwback hits together with a very energetic, loving and singing on top of their lungs crowd.  TIP: BE THERE EARLY. GETS SUPER CROWDED ESP. ON SURFING BREAKS AND HOLIDAYS. (Capslock para intense)  ”
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Bar
“Night club with Dance floor they have entrace fee depending on the night . ”
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Zoo
“This place is definitely one-of-a-kind. Founded by one of the most famous families in Ilocos Sur, the Singsons, this place is part zoo, part big game trophy hall, and part petting farm. Have those cameras ready for some unique sights!”
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Bar
“The Camp offers 5 different bars to choose from. I recommend "Hardin" for the guests wanting to have some laid-back drinking with live band. "Ampersand" is great for guests wanting to dance the night away.”
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Music Venue
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Road
“Panagbenga Festival, sometimes known as the “Blooming Flowers Festival”, is an annual flower festival in Baguio City. The term “Panagbenga” comes from a Kankanaey term meaning “season of blooming”, and this festival reflects the history, traditions and values of Baguio and the Cordilleras. While the festival lasts about one month, the highlight is the Grand Float Parade on the 4th Sunday of February which features a marching band and floats decorated with brightly colored flowers.”
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Art Gallery
“-.An interesting albeit mature spot in the museum is the Erotica Gallery. Drawings, paintings, sculpture, and other artworks by various artists with an erotic subject or theme are displayed there. ”
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Art Museum
“Sagada used to be known as Ganduyan back in the day. It meant "Beautiful Paradise", and anyone who has been here, lived here, would likely agree. And this museum, which was original curated and run by the awe-inspiring late Christina Aben, showcases an amazing collection of tribal artifacts mostly utilized by - but not exclusive to - the Ysagada Igorots. The tasteful one-room museum was first opened in 1984, and after a long history, is now under the care of Malidom, Aben's son. Expect to see intricate and antiquated trade beadwork, weapons, basketry, farming tools, textiles, wooden items and earthen jars, among others.”
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