Fort Del Pilar

Baguio, Benguet

Fort Del Pilar
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Monique A.
4.0 Stars

Here again the other day , coz I hv some friends from Korea over ... A sunny day, hot & not a cloud in sight

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Monique A.
4.0 Stars

The Philippine Military Academy is the Philippine's premier military institution & one of the main attractions in Baguio City. there is no admission fee, and there are some cafeterias inside where you can purchase snacks or lunch. Inside, you can see some war paraphernalia (tanks, guns) displayed in an open area and there's the PMA Museum where additional military equipment are exhibited together with paintings, photos and other memorabilia of the academy. The Museum opens at 8am - 12nn and 1pm - 5pm and admission fee at the time we visited was P10.00.

If you want to see the students in uniform, best time to visit the Academy is around 11 am so you can witness some drills before/after lunch.

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Carla M.
3.0 Stars

Fort Del Pilar is where the Philippine Military Academy is. The compound is big and security at the entrance is strict. You undergo car security checks before they let you in. 128680

You can see the Relics Point few meters away from the gate. Displayed there are old tanks and vehicles used in the war. 128659 There's a Korean-Philippine monument there too.

Then you can head to the next stop, the PMA compound. You can see cadets walking around the campus.128110 Visitors are free to roam around (except at the school building and stadium) and have photo ops. It's so quiet here! 128528

Just went coz my dad's friend brought us here. You'll probably appreciate it if you're into historical stuff. Hehe.128522

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