Baguio City and Its Tiny Little Shops

Last Updated on October 15, 2022 by Paula

For a lot of out-of-towners, Baguio City, the summer capital of the Philippines, the ultimate place to go for its cool weather, has lost its charm.

A giant mall wants to put a parking lot in the place where hundreds of pine trees are.Shopping, dining, and enjoying nature is still possible, though…

Baguio City Tiny Little Shops

Nestled in Camp John Hay is a place where the tallest building is no taller than the tallest pine trees!And walking around the area gives you much pleasure as you enjoy the beautiful blooms and the sweet pine tree scent (no escalators, just pure nature!).

Baguio City Tiny Little Shops

The Baguio Technohub located at Camp John Hay is a group of quaint, tiny little shops of fastfood, coffee shops, convenience store, , sports houses and other retail stores.  Those little shops remind me of when I was a little girl and my grandpa would bring me to this tiny smoke shop where I will feast on imported chocolates and comic books while be reads the newspapers and buys his cigars.

Technohub Camp John Hay Baguio City

The Technohub has been designed to follow the area’s natural landscape.  It is a showcase of how you can develop commercial places without harming the pine trees.

Technohub Camp John Hay Baguio City

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  1. I hope I could visit Baguio with the children someday, before commercialization ruins the natural landscapes. It really would be wonderful if all the establishments are no taller than the pine trees.

  2. @Auntie Vicky Madayag, Auntie the hub has been there for over a year na. It was developed by Ayala. It used to be my jogging route as I watch how the place was being built. By the way, I shared some of Lino's pics here in this blog (with his permission of course.) He does take the coolest pictures dont you think?

  3. I want to go back to baguio and feel it more. I remember the last time I went there, we just spent 2-3 hours because we need to go back. I just went to the market and buy some souvenirs.

  4. Since summer is officially here na, Baguio is a place to go now. Super init na dito e. And I will never forget to visit those little shops. Thank you for sharing.

    Mommy Maye

  5. I really want to go back to Baguio, my last visit was in the 90's pa. I wish my husband would give-in to my request. Tamad kasi magdrive, layo daw.

  6. pretty place! 🙂 i love camp john hay too! 🙂 iv been there only once for a quick baguio breakfast before heading back to manila… and i fell in love with the place right away… there's still some hope for baguio… 🙂

  7. the last time I've been to Baguio was….hmmmm…15 years ago? tagal na talaga. nakakamiss yung lamig ng Baguio sana makapunta ang buong family some day. 🙂

    thanks for sharing. 🙂

  8. I hope I can o back to Baguio in the near future, if that happens i will surely take a lot of photos since I dont have photo during my first visit.. and yes, I don't remember how the camp john hay looks like.. 🙁


  9. Ah, this is good news. When I heard that they were going to put up a Techno Hub at Camp John Hay, I was worried that the allure of the place might be destroyed. Glad it isn't so. Can't wait to visit soon! 🙂

  10. It's really great to stroll around in this kind of environment…really close to nature. I wish Manila is like that, then it would be much cooler with the trees and abundant parks….kaso eto asphalt jungle na eh mountain of garbage pa huhuhu

  11. I haven't gone to Baguio for a long, long time now. I wish I could go there again with my family. We'll surely visit Camp John Hay.

  12. I went there sis! I miss going there! I wish this time I could bring the whole family. The last time I was there was purely for work plus some trips on the side with my BFF. 🙂 We'll meet soon I promise! 🙂

  13. It's been a long time since we've been to Baguio. I love Camp John Hay. They have this kiosk where they serve large burgers. I can't remember the name and I wonder if it's till there.

  14. It's been years since I last went to Baguio, I plan to go there this coming 2014. 🙂 Thanks for sharing, I'll definitely check these places.

  15. The last time I went to Baguio was like year 2003. I want to go there and bring hubby. I want him to experience the strawberry picking.

  16. The last time I have been to Baguio was last 1987! I'm sure, a lot has changed since then. I find those little shops very fancy and appealing! It's just the right size when you're starting with a micro business.

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