Ways to Make Your Holiday Season Memorable in the Northern Philippines

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We can truly feel Christmas in the air as the weather starts to get more chill, especially for the areas in the highlands. So if you are planning to have a vacation in the Northern Philippines, here are the things you can try to experience a winter Christmas in our country!

Baguio City

Have a picnic at Camp John Hay. A cup of hot chocolate or coffee is perfect to warm you.

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Read a good book or just sit, relax, and feel the cool breeze in Burnham Park, or go on a rowboat on the man made lake.

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Get a glimpse of the stunning view of the mountains at Mines View Park. After you feast your eyes with awesome views, you can stop and shop handicrafts, T-shirts, and other souvenirs.

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Batanes

Enjoy the refreshing view, hike, and take pictures at the rolling hills!

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Admire the breathtaking view of vast pasture lands and dramatic cliffs at the Marlboro Country.

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Tagaytay City, Cavite

Have a hot pot of bulalo at Leslie’s Restaurant while admiring the beautiful view of Taal Lake.

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Sing along to classic Christmas songs while relaxing in a luxury hotel situated on the highest point of Tagaytay Ridge – Summit Ridge Hotel Tagaytay!

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Indulge yourself in delectable cakes and apple tarts with caramel sauce at Summit Ridge.

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Sagada, Mountain Province

Savor the Flavors of Sagada. You can have some fresh yoghurt at the Yoghurt House, try the Patupat rice delicacy, or the blueberry muffins that you can buy around town.

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Take in the remarkable beauty of Kapay-aw Rice Terraces.

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