As fun as Baguio is to explore during the day – there’s so much to do at night, as well! From enjoying local brews to ghost hunting, here are the top things to do in Baguio at night.
photo via Instagram, @baguiocraftbrewery
When you say craft beer, it’s synonymous to Baguio Craft Brewery. There are 18 beer taps to choose from, all of which are brewed with no chemicals! It’s 100% natural, so you don’t run the risk of a hangover like you would with a commercial brand.
They also serve comfort food such as burgers, tacos, street food and more – all of which can be perfectly paired with a craft beer to balance the flavors.
photo via Instagram, @iammelo88
After a full day exploring the mountainous city, nothing beats having yourself pampered and taken care of. Treat yourself to a soothing and calming experience from professionally-trained therapists using only the freshest and finest ingredients Baguio has to offer.
An hour or two at this spa is just what you’ll need to revitalize your weary body.
When the sun goes down, Harrison Road comes to life. With music, lights and hoards of people looking for a good deal – thrift shopping at the Baguio Night Market is definitely must-do when in town.
More commonly known as ukay-ukay, second-hand quality goods are sold here at cheaper prices. Though there are several new items that can be bought as well, whether it be clothing, bags, gadgets or toys.
Image credit: @oldbaguioboys via Facebook
When it comes to enjoying live music in Baguio, you can never go wrong at Old Baguio Boys. Contrary to its name, it isn’t full of old folk or locals only (though it is their favorite hangout), visitors and tourists flock here as well.
The bar is managed and taken care of by a tight-knit group, with bartender Edwin taking care of most (if not all) of the drinks). From beer to coffee, from pulutan to rice meals – there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Not only does it serve as a stage for local bands and artists, but it is also where creatives can put their work up for display.
Image credit: @Baguio Today via Facebook
Formerly known as Baguio Meadow, Burnham Park is home to a century-old man-made lake that’s become the heart of it all. From having picnics, bike riding, riding the carousel and more – there’s so much one can do without having to pay much!
A new favorite though is boat riding at night. While many opt to do the activity during the day, the view and experience itself is just as exciting and calming in the evening. You can either row the swan boats or peddle.
Editorial credit: junpinzon / Shutterstock.com
If you love scary movies and anything that has to do with the paranormal – then Pine City Fright Tours is for you!
While you can opt to take the “Chicken tour” that’s held in the morning, many would much rather head out late night and explore five of Baguio’s most-haunted places.
Enjoy more things to do in Baguio. Tick off these off-the-beaten-path tourist spots.
Tagaytay’s cool weather makes this warm bath more relaxing than usual.