A short visit to the 'Summer Capital of the Philippines' : Baguio City

March 27, 2012  •  1 Comment

Baguio City is located some 1,500 meters above sea level, nestled within the Cordillera Central mountain range in northern Luzon. The city is enclosed by the province of Benguet. It covers a small area of 57.5 square kilometers. Most of the developed part of the city is built on uneven, hilly terrain of the northern section.

Owing to its high elevation, the temperature in the city is 8 degrees Celsius lower compared to the average temperature of the rest of the country. Average temperature ranges from 15 to 23 degrees Celsius. It is usually lower during the late and early months of the year. 

Early morning view at the top

Scenic view of Baguio at night time.

Misty late afternoon at Baguio City.

First light of the day in Baguio City

Famous Mines View in Baguio

Famous Mines View in Baguio

Baguio Catholic Cathedral

Baguio Catholic Cathedral

Indigenous people selling their native products.

Indigenous people selling their native products.

Baguio City before hit the dark.

Horse back riding in Baguio with beautiful colored hair horses.

Horse back riding in Baguio with beautiful colored hair horses.
 

Good Morning Baguio City


Comments

1.Rod Andrewartha(non-registered)
Great images, mate! You are inspiring me to go to Baguio for myself!
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