Its a small park. Not much visited by tourist because if im not mistaken its only open on Panagbenga Festival. Located at miltary circle going to central town, bakakeng area and military cut-off.
In the middle of the park is a coffee-tea shop where you enjoy lemon grass tea, brewed coffee with honey on the side. Perfect stop over after doing a walk around John hay
This place is very memorable. when i was 8 years old that was the first time i came to Baguio and it is fun beacuse i travel with my Grandma. she toured me in Burnham park. it was worth it after the 2hour travel from Villasis to Baguio. it was worth it after seeing the floats and the different street... 更多
The said park is situated to a quieter Brgy. South Drive In Baguio. The said park is very close to Iggy's Inn where we stayed for 5 days. The park is small and nothing much to do. Their butterfly sanctuary is crying for help! Can't see that many butterflies there. They have totem poles for the kids to look at... 更多
Traffic was terrible when we went there. We weren't able to go to Camp John Hay and other places to do some photo op. Since we still have few hours to kill, we went to Panagbenga Park (walking distance from our hotel) just the heck of it. There was a Butterfly House for a 25-peso entrance. When we went inside,... 更多