Baguio City

The City of Baguio covers 57.5 square kilometers in the province of Benguet located in Northern Luzon. The city got its name from bag-iw meaning “moss’ in Ibaloi – the native tongue of Benguet province. Baguio City was designated as the Summer Capital of the Philippines by the Philippine Commission on June 1, 1903.

Being the ideal meeting zone of the neighboring highland places, Baguio City is now known as the melting point of different people and cultures as it has been improved its ability to provide a center for education for its neighbors. Its rich culture and countless resources have captivated numerous investments and business opportunities to the city.

Baguio City is one of the most desirable residential units in the Philippines today. The country’s growing tourism and industry are the reasons behind this – as the city is now more than just your ordinary summer tourist destination. Condominiums and House & Lots for sale are the most common residential opportunities that can be viewed in this city destination as shown by the best ten residential properties were the Moldex Residences Baguio, The Residences at Brent, Suntrust 88 Gibraltar, Vista Canyon Hill, Pineridge Residences, North Cambridge, Outlook Ridge Residences, Megatower Residences, Hanbi Mansions and Albergo Residences.

The City of Baguio is probably one of the most frequently visited and explored tourist spots in the northern part of the country. Uniquely, almost all travel planners of the city were able to cluster numerous tourist attractions in one small area without a glimpse of difficulty namely: the Mansion House, Wright Park, Teacher’s Camp, Camp John Hay, Burnham Park, Kennon Road, and the Bell Amphitheater.

Similar to Manila, jeepneys, taxis, and rental cars are very common as mode of transportation that ply various routes within Baguio City and its immediate surroundings.