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Mines View Park, Baguio
Categories: Lookouts, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Perched on a steep promontory overlooking abandoned gold and copper mines, Mines View Park offers a sweeping view of the Amburayan Valley and the mining town of Itogon. Locals and tourists alike flock here for the relaxing view of the mountains. A large parking area just above the park offers canteens and snack vendors, and you can also buy native handicrafts and locally produced silver jewelry. This makes a good stopover when visiting Baguio City. Make Mines View Park a part of your Baguio vacation plans using our Baguio trip itinerary builder.
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This place is not like before.. it's dirty... stunky and really ugly. alrgough you can buy all sorts of handicrafts and sine pasalubongs.. like strawberry wine and goodies.
Going to Baguio City is one of my dreams, and I just discovered the perfect place to go where you can experience the cold weather and the fog as you stand over 1,500 meters above sea level and see the... read more »
A TripAdvisor Member
When we would visit Mine's View in the 1980s, there would be Igorot children standing at the edge of the cliff that would stealthily catch coins that were thrown by visitors. Today, those children are... read more »
I just love the region. .I highly recommend the foreign to visit the region because the people are very friendly and hospitable. .The baguio city is design to people who wants to relax and just injoy the scenic mountains, water falls and a lot things.🌺🌞🌸🌺🌷🌹😄🌍
Ok na din..!! So nice but supppperr dupppeerrrr cold.....(summer capital region )
Nice view on a clear day. Very crowded on weekends and holidays. Lots of shops abound - souvenir shops and restaurants. They even sell plants and trees here.
Renovations and enhancements on the park is continous. However, the view on the viewing deck is not as beautiful as before. Lots of houses have been built on the mountains therefore what used to be a lush green mountain is now a residential area. But overall, it's still a good place to visit if you are in town.
Benj Lyndon Naboa
Went here a week ago. The park is currently undergoing renovation. Many plants were being sold inside which I guess is a boon for tourists and sellers alike.
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