The heart of Baguio is Burnham Park where visitors can enjoy rowboats in the man-made lake, playground for the children, a skating rink, biking, the Rose Garden, Picnic Grove and other attractions.
Camp John May is the top Baguio tourist location and a favorite Philippine vacation spot.
This beautiful mountain resort features a golf course, hotels, shopping and a convention center as well as an eco-hiking-trail, picnic grounds, mini-golf, pony riding, paintball and wall climbing.
The Baguio Botanical Garden showcases the Igorot tribesmen of the Cordillera tribes in their traditional costumes along with local art at the Baguio Arts Guild.
The Wood Carver's Village features the works of the indigenous wood carvers. Resorts at the Asin Hot Springs take advantage of the pools of natural hot water.
The perfect spot to enjoy them is from Roxas Blvd which overlooks the bay and is the main promenade of Manila.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines is also on Manila Bay. Here you can see the best of Philippine culture and arts with top ballet, plays, and other shows.
In Manila’s Chinatown you can find exotic shops and little teahouses, well-stocked Chinese grocers, horse drawn carriages called kalesa, watch a rousing performance of the Dragon Dance or sample one of the fine restaurants.
Trendy and upscale, Makati is home to a great outdoor market, Ayala Museum, La Tasca, Greenbelt Park, Greenbelt Mall and Greenbelt Square.
Intramuros is one of the oldest walled cities in the far east. It was founded by the Spanish, destroyed in World war II and now partially restored with historical buildings, a moat turned into a golf course, festivals and other entertainment.
Tagaytay is popular for the clean air and cool climate plus it is one of the more affordable vacation spots in the Philippines. Sitting high on a hilltop, Tagaytay has wonderful views of the Lake Taal and the surrounding mountains and forests. This is a relaxing place to vacation with sightseeing and picnics being favorite activities. You can go horseback riding at Picnic Grove or enjoy a round of golf at Tagaytay Highlands or the Orchard Golf Club.
There are lots of fun thrill rides like Grand Carousel, Wheel of Fate, Rialto, Log Jam, Space Shuttle, Up Up and Away, Condor, Roller Coaster, Dodgem, Anchors Away, Flying Fiesta, Stone Eggs, and Air Pterodactyl. The kids will love the costumed characters and the whole family will enjoy the fireworks, theater hall shows and dance presentations.
Festivals are also a part of the Pagsanjan experience. Carnivals such as Bankero Festival, Feast of San Isidoro, Flowers of May and Search for the Cross demonstrate the local Filipino culture and are part of what draws visitors from around the world to Pagsanjan Falls.
Many visitors come to explore the caves that are found on some of the islands and it’s a great spot to enjoy the local seafood. Lucap is the town that most tourists go to when visiting the park and The Hundred Islands Resort Hotel is located here.
The resort has a wonderful white sand beach and the water is warm and blue. Some of the suites are set up on stilts over the cove water so it’s like you are on your own private island. The other suites are situated on a hill with excellent romantic views of the surrounding coconut trees and ocean. Pearl Farm Beach Resort is a top secluded romantic vacation idea.
This is a great spot for water sports like water skiing, parasailing, snorkeling, windsurfing and kitesurfing. Kingfisher's Farm is a local fish farm where you can see the fish being raised and have a great meal of incredibly fresh local Tilapia or the popular Bangus (milkfish).
Traditional native cultural artifacts are on display at two island museums. You can hike or ride a mountain bike to the top of Mount Luho. Hire a local guide to show you the bats and flying foxes of the Bat Caves.