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Baguio Nightlife – Clubs, Bars & Nightlife Tips

Baguio Nightlife

Baguio, also known as Baguio City, is a prominent city in the Philippines that regularly draws a number of tourists. Visitors to the area can look forward to the clubs, bars, and other nightlife that keeps the city lively. Since Baguio enjoys a spring season-like weather almost all year round, it’s best to bring a light layer when heading out for the night.

Live Music

There is plenty of live music that can be enjoyed at the city. The Manor’s Piano Bar is among these places. After dinner, you can unwind and have a night cap at The Piano Bar, where you can listen to amazing singers and brilliant instrumentalists. You can have dessert, drink coffee, drink wine, or munch on finger foods while enjoying the performances of the artists. You can wear comfortable clothes and bring the entire family, as the Piano Bar is family friendly.

Another place to visit is Cowboy’s Paradise. It’s a small bar near Baguio Session Road. People in Baguio love listening to country music, and Ang bands here play their own original country compositions. This is a must-see place with food that is quite good and also very affordable. The establishment also serves local beers. While in Baguio, you can also look forward to hearing open air concerts. It’s not unusual for these performances to be thrown along some of the main routes through the city.

Session Road

Session Road is one of the famous road in Baguio, as it houses bars, hotels, and several thrift shops. Session Road is the main avenue of the city and is its commercial center, so there are also a great number of shops, restaurants, billiards and duckpin bowling alleys. The road also connects to several of the major hotels in the city. Session Road is also the most commonly visited location among foreign tourists who wish to enjoy the city’s nightlife.

Burnham Park

For a twist, enjoy the activities offered at Burnham Park at night. With colorful lighting around the park’s lagoon, walking around the park, and buying food from one of the vendors that dot the shoreline is a good way to spend a low key evening. There are also boats that head out onto the waters at night, which makes for a lovely evening on water.

Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about clubs, bars, and nightlife in Baguio.   

 

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