The closer we get to the end of the year, the chillier it gets in the highlands of Baguio—and that’s actually the best time to experience that oh-so-cold weather which is a literal breath of fresh air for those who live in the metropolis.

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So if you’ve got plans to head to north this November or December, take advantage of the second leg of Victory Liner’s Piso Trip promo exclusively for Victory Liner Premiere (VLP) Prepaid VISA cardholders. You can get a VLP Card in any of their bus terminals or at SM Malls by presenting a valid ID and a one-time payment of P300. To avail of your one-peso ride to Baguio, you’ll only need to book the following slots through Victory Liner’s website:

  • 2:00 p.m. trips in the Cubao - Baguio route for travel between November 22-25 and December 6-9
  • 7:40 a.m. trips in the Baguio – Cubao route for travel between December 9-18

For more details, visit Victory Liner’s Facebook page. Still thinking of where to go and what to do in Baguio? Try these:

Visit the Baguio Cathedral

Officially known as the Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral, this massive structure has been around since 1920.

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Drop by the city market

Looking for stereotypical pasalubong such as peanut brittle and Barrel Men? Then this palengke at the base of Session Road is where you should go.

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Hop on a boat in Burnham Park

Paddle your way through the Burnham lake, or enjoy other attractions such as the Avong Ibaloi Heritage Garden and the Orchidarium.

For a sulit trip, check out our 10-step itinerary that you can duplicate.

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