Baguio Country Club Christmas Village

Baguio Country Club, Baguio Country Club Rd., Baguio, Benguet

Baguio Country Club Christmas Village
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Tourist Attraction
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 10:00p


  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Most Recent Reviews

Butch G.
4.0 Stars

It"s nice that they have this village during the Christmas season, It keeps the spirit alive and the kids excited. Apologies for late review. I have forgotten the entrance fee rate, but ot"s affordable enough to keep people coming. A must for kids during the season I think.

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Maan M.
4.0 Stars

When we were in Baguio last weekend, we heard about The Christmas Village from one of the taxi drivers, who asked us if we have visited this place, which was the reason why it was traffic while passing by Baguio Country Club.

So on our last night, we decided to go to this place and did not know what to expect. There were already a bunch of people inside the village and there was a line, wherein we have to pay an entrance fee. Here are the rates:

Adult (13 yrs old and above) - Php 100.00
Children (4 - 12 yrs old) - Php 40.00
BCC Members - Free of Charge (Have to present a membership card)

We arrived before 6 pm and it was already dark. The displays -- Christmas trees and others, did not have any lights yet but people have been taking pictures on every display one can see. And I guess there was a presentation / parade since we saw some people who were in costumes. I was right. There was a voice over a few minutes after we were there, that the Nativity Presentation will start at 6 pm.

And the short presentation started about the Nativity. It's more or less than 5 minutes and after that, it's the start of turning on the lights of every display and the snow fall. And the crowd was very happy, including us. I guess snow brings happy feelings to everyone and it's also a perfect photo opportunity. It's not brightly lit though so make sure you use your camera's built-in flash or if you are using your phones, find a good spot with even lighting or editing it, would work fine too.

We stayed maybe 10 minutes max, after the presentation, because there were too many people already and the snow fall stopped.

When in Baguio, for Tourisits like me and especially with children, you can try to visit, preferably during night time. Here are some guidelines:

Duration of the Christmas Village:
Until January 3, 2016

Operating Hours:
Mondays to Thursdays: 10 am to 10 pm
Fridays - Sundays & Holidays: 10 am to 11 pm

Nativity Pageant: 6 pm
Chorale Presentation: 6:15 pm
Snow Fall: Every 30 mins after 7 pm

Not allowed:
- Rubber Slippers. It's slippery especially when the snow fall starts. And with the cold weather, who would wears slippers or flip flops, right?
- Outside food and drinks. There are stalls inside which sells food, drinks and other novelty items. Be sure you have cash on hand, especially if you're bringing your family with you.
- Pets.

Be prepared:
- For the snow fall. It's soap suds by the way. Have a small towel ready to wipe those soap suds away and protect your cameras and phones too.
- For the crowd. There's a lot of people and when the snow fall starts, everyone wants to have their pictures taken in every lighted display one could find. Be sensitive enough and learn to wait for your turn. We don't want photo bombers on our pictures, right?
- Wear comfortable clothing.
- Bring what you need only.
- If you're with your kids, make sure you keep an eye on them. Although the place is small but it gets too crowded, especially during the snow fall.
- Long lines at rest rooms. There's only 1 restroom available and it's situated outside the village.
- Bring cash.

I liked the place because it's new and just in time for Christmas. Overall, it's the experience that matters. Although the entrance fee for me is quite expensive. Just a suggestion, we also have Theme Parks here in Manila and nearby who offer the same concept, if going to Baguio is a bit expensive for others.

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