2 Day Trip to Tayug from Tayug

22 Sep'17 to 23 Sep'17 | Last Visited 13 Oct '18 | Total Views 16
  • Friday 22, Sep Tayug
    • 10:00 am Stay for 1 hr
      Baguio City Market

      In Baguio City Market, you can find almost everything; from vegetables to meat products, and even...

    • 0.656 km | 7.87 mins
      11:07 am Stay for 1 hr
      Session Road

      Session Road is the main thoroughfare of the city and the center of Baguio's commercial establish...

    • 3.9 km | 11 mins
      12:18 pm Stay for 30 min
      The Mansion

      Formerly called the Mansion House, this stately building was built in 1908 and served as a summer...

    • 5.7 km | 15 mins
      01:03 pm Stay for 1 hr
      Bell House - Camp John Hay

      The Bell House was named after Gen.J.Franklin Bell who was sent to Philippines during the Philipp...

    • 6.4 km | 16 mins
      02:20 pm Stay for 1 hr
      Mines View Park

      A good place to start your quest for gold, the Mines View Park is perhaps the most popular place ...

    • 6.8 km | 22 mins
      03:42 pm Stay for 1 hr
      Bell Church

      A hidden gem of Baguio city, Bell Church is a Taoist temple that is known to be one of the most p...

    • 15.7 km | 45 mins
      05:26 pm Stay for 30 min
      Lions Head

      Carved by a Cordillera artist, the 40-foot high lion head, located a few kilometers from the Kenn...

  • Saturday 23, Sep Tayug
    • 08:00 am Stay for 2 hrs
      Mount Santo Tomas

      Located at a comfortably close distance to Baguio city is Mount Santo Tomas which is one of the p...

    • 15.9 km | 38 mins
      10:37 am Stay for 2 hrs
      Burnham Park

      Burnham Park is a modern oasis spanning 33 hectares that is Baguio citizen’s escape from th...

    • 4.5 km | 14 mins
      12:51 pm Stay for 3 hrs
      Tam - Awan Village

      Located at the outskirts of the city, it is an artists’ colony set amidst Ifugao and Kaling...

    • 8.3 km | 26 mins
      04:17 pm Stay for 30 min
      Good Shepherd Convent

      Best known for its delicious Ube jam and chocolate crinkles, a visit to the Good Shepherd convent...