Rainy Weekend Getaway In Baguio City


Baguio is the Summer Capital of the Philippines. But the City of Baguio has much more to offer as a destination even when it rains. Here are some activities for you to enjoy the much colder weather.

Staycation at Peredo’s Lodging House

Take bed weather to the next level. Coze up in a heritage house that is more than a hundred years old. Built in 1915, Peredo’s Lodging House was declared an Important Cultural Property by the National Museum in 2015. The house, including the furniture, was made from pine trees originally standing on the lot area. To warm you up, they serve hot French press coffee and delicious hot pandesal for breakfast.

Photo credit: Peredo’s Lodging House Facebook

Eat Local at Jen’s Fast Food

Located in Diego Silang Street near Lower Mabini, Jen’s Fast Food is the go-to eatery of locals who need to warm up. Serving hot mami and other noodle dishes, you’ll be amazed at the heaping bowl of noodles and soup you’ll get for a very cheap price of less than a hundred pesos. They also serve rice dishes, desserts and hot pandesal.

Chill at Kitchy Katt Kaffe

Located in Session Road, Kitchy Katt Kaffe is a Hello Kitty-themed cafe that also serves pasta, snacks and desserts. Of course, what they serve best is coffee and frappe in cute Hello Kitty mugs and mason jars. Chill with your girl friends at this pink cafe or simply enjoy their coffee with your boy friends.

Posted by Kitchy Katt Kaffe on Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Experience BenCab Museum

Only 15-minute away from the city center, BenCab Museum is a great place to learn more about the art and culture of the Cordilleras. BenCab Museum houses National Artist Ben Cabrera’s original works and personal art collections. Make sure to visit the Cordillera gallery and the Bulol installation.

by Henrielle Pagkaliwanganat BenCab Museum's Gallery Indigo13 October to 2 December 2018

Posted by BenCab Museum on Monday, November 19, 2018

Shop local at the Baguio City Public Market

Located near Burnham Park, Baguio City Public Market is where you will shop for pasalubong. Be it fresh Baguio vegetables, peanut brittle, strawberry jams or handcrafted goods, everything will be available in the market at a very reasonable price. Support the locals and shop here!

Posted by Baguio City Public Market on Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Photo credit: Baguio City Tourist Information’s Facebook account