This place is one of my favorite in Baguio because it is not crowded and the garden is very relaxing and beautiful. There were sculptures, ethnic huts where you can take pretty photos, at the gate there are elderly Igorots in their traditional outfit where you can take photos with for a fee. The flowers bloom before summer, so it is better to during those months.
Bell Church is a Taoist Temple in Baguio city. The place is not that big but it offers a Chinese architecture for your travel photos. It has a garden but you can’t walk around there.
Tamawan Village is a sanctuary for local artist in Baguio city. They have an art gallery, souvenir shops and a cafe. You can also enjoy the garden and fish ponds here. It also have a replica of traditional houses were you can stay for the night.
For those wanting to have a touch of Spanish and Nostalgia with there photos, Calle Crisologo is the place. This town is a heritage site for it’s old architecture that dates back during the Spanish colonial period. You will find here stores selling local products and modern restaurants combined. You can also ride horse carriage for that old travel experience.
If you love old architecture then the Paoay church is a must visit. It is grand in scale with a very European feel. You can shop and eat around area. Enjoy the parks and the surrounding buildings which is also lovely to take photos.
The weather was perfect when we went here. The colors were so bright. The blue sky, the green trees and the white and red colors of the building were so saturated. Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, also known as Burgos Lighthouse, is a cultural heritage structure in Burgos, Ilocos Norte, that was established during the Spanish Colonial period in the Philippines. It was first lit on March 30, 1892.
What I love about Sorsogon is the vast open space, the clean air, no ugly buildings, no traffic, the vast mountain ranges, the coconut trees, vast farm lands and it’s serenity. It’s just a tropical paradise.