Starbucks Philippines sponsored our afternoon snacks on the first day of our Baguio Food Tour. We went to their posh outlet inside Camp John Hay and enjoyed our own choice of coffee. Since I really love their Caramel Frappuccino, I ordered a venti size of it. I had so much fun that afternoon enjoying my coffee, the cold Baguio weather and the company of 10 other blogger-friends from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
Divine Sweet Delights, a home-based pastry shop in Baguio City also sent us some of their pastries for us to try. They make mouthwatering designer cakes and cupcakes that are really sinfully delicious. They can even customize it upon customer's request. How awesome is that?
Chocolate Cupcakes with Butter Cream Topping (Photo by: Gabz)
As a sweets-lover, I really enjoyed the cake and cupcakes that Divine Sweet Delights sent us! Thank you po! :)
Divine Sweet DelightsAddress: 184 Evangelista St., 2600 Baguio City, Philippines
Contact number: 0922-869-7088
Facebook: Divine Sweet Delights
Starbucks @ Camp John HayAddress: Cottage 661 Camp John Hay, 2600 Baguio City, Philippines
Contact Number: (074) 446-4933
Mon - Thu: 8:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Fri - Sat: 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sun: 8:00 AM - 10:30 PM
How to get to Camp John HayThe easiest way to get to Camp John Hay is to take a cab from downtown Baguio City. Taxi fare is around 60-70 pesos and travel time is about 20 minutes depending on where you're coming from.
HOW TO GET TO BAGUIO CITYFrom Manila, take a Victory Liner bus bound for Baguio City. Victory Liner has hourly trips to Baguio City. Terminals can be found in Pasay, Cubao or Sampaloc. Fare is around 450 pesos and travel time is 6 hours. Visit their website (www.victoryliner.com) or follow them on Twitter @VictoryLineInc for inquiries and updates. Thank you Victory Liner for sponsoring our trip to Baguio City.
This is part of Baguio Food Tour 2013 that happened on October 26-28, 2013. #BaguioFoodTour2013 is a gastronomic adventure in the Summer Capital of the Philippines participated by 10 bloggers from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Beyond the usual tourist attractions, this event aims to promote Baguio City as a food destination in Northern Luzon. Read more from the links below:
WHERE TO STAY IN BAGUIO CITY?
WHERE TO EAT IN BAGUIO CITY?
- Choco-late de Batirol at Camp John Hay
- Zenz Bar and Restaurant at Mines View Park Hotel
- Starbucks @ Camp John Hay and Divine Sweet Delights
- Te Quiero Tapas Bar and Restaurant at Microtel Inn and Suites
- Purple Lounge @ Upper Session Road
- Zola Resto and Cafe in Session Road
- Hill Station at Casa Vallejo, Upper Session Road
- Le Chef at The Manor, Camp John Hay
- Turf Lounge and Bar in Laubach Road
Disclosure: Starbucks at Camp John Hay and Divine Sweet Delights are two of the partner-restaurants of #BaguioFoodTour2013. Thank you for hosting us in Baguio City.
Read full disclosure here.
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