Baker's Hill, Puerto Princesa
(3.8/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
A hilltop bakery theme park with many colorful eating outlets, Baker's Hill makes a popular tourist spot in Puerto Princesa. Sample haupia pies, yema cakes, or Spanish bread from the few dozen bakeries, and enjoy the fairy-tale leisure park, children's playground, and mini-botanical gardens. Many observation points provide a view of the ocean from the hill. Flowers, well-manicured shrubs and many intensely colored sculptures provide a great spot for family visits. Menus include other dishes such as pizzas, tamilok, and sandwiches, as well as many local desserts and drinks. To visit Baker's Hill and get the most from your holiday in Puerto Princesa, create itinerary details personal to you using our Puerto Princesa travel itinerary maker.
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TripAdvisor
  • Baker's Hill has changed a lot from the first time i saw it several years ago. Famous for their Baked Goods, Baker's Hill is still a Tourist's Favorite place to.visit in Puerto Princessa. Their Hopia ...  more »
  • The place is characterized as a theme park, which makes it fun to stroll through the gardens. They have also an aviary, although it is not in the best conditions. There are restaurants to eat and drink something, like bakeries where to buy traditional pastries of the country. The entrance is free.
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  • The delicacies aren't that great compared to what we have in Tagaytay, but the place is good for some picture taking with family and friends. We loved the houses, trees and flowers inside baker's hill...  more »
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  • Been here for more than 5 times already and the landscape is still good as always (and I believe they're expanding, hopefully it'll be operational next year). I always buy hopia mongo and ube whenever I visit here. Their halo-halo is almost as good as Razon's, definitely a must-try!
  • We love, love, LOVE this place. Aside from the delicious food of Baker's Kitchen and the famous, affordable, and yummy hopia and other baked goodies which you can buy as "pasalubong" or gift for loved ones back home, they have a garden with huge GORGEOUS plants and other art installations that make it a fun place for photos. Plus, going around the garden is FREE. :)
  • This place is like a bakery theme park. Nice little cottages and pavillions sell different kinds of baked products. Be sure to buy their hopia.
  • Not just a bakery and restaurant but also has some attractions where you can tour around (pop culture statues, peacocks and birds, etc). Their hopia and chocolate crinkles are surely big hits!
  • Great place and it smells really good because of the bread that is being baked. They have peacocks and the place has a nice view of the sea.