Baguio Botanical Garden

Leonard Wood Rd., Baguio, Benguet

Baguio Botanical Garden
4.0 Stars

6 Reviewers

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Casey D.
4.0 Stars

One of the places we usually visit when in Baguio. Place is big so prepare yourself as you will get tired roaming around. Flowers.. flowers everywhere. 127800127801127799127804127803
Nice place to unwind and to be one with nature. 128077
There were several trashes left by tourist, though 128545

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Pamela M.
4.0 Stars

Very refreshing and beautiful at the same time!! 128077🏻128556

PS: No entrance fee

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Maribeth C.
5.0 Stars

Before, I always wonder why in every school field trips, their favorite spot is the Botanical Garden.
Now, I know why.
Because this botanical garden is huge enough to be lunch ground for the kids and young at heart as well.
Compared to Mines View Park and Burnham Park, this place is quiet (the time we went there) and you will truly learn some historical stories about the place.
A nice place to soul search too 128522

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Aldrick Chiki A.
3.0 Stars

Newly renovated Botanical Garden features a huge bronze sculpture near the stairs called the "Builders of Baguio," in celebration of the City's centenary in 2009. The park also features numerous tourist attractions from around the world - from the Golden Gate Bridge to Korean Palaces. It now also has a (short) cave which you can traverse in 15 minutes. 128077🏼

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Khaye d.
5.0 Stars

I love machete! Hope he loves me too..


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Christina R.
4.0 Stars

The place we stay in Baguio is very near this. They closed this for a while to renovate and is now open to the public free of charge.

I'm very glad they decided to spruce this up. There was a time when this place was totally abandoned and you could barely see any greenery. I hope they beautify this more and maintain the garden. Unfortunately the wheelchair/stroller access is only up to the monument you see on the photo.

They have many areas there where you can take nice photos with you in them. They have a life-sized Machete there that everyone seems to be groping when they have their photos taken with him.

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