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a historic and entertaining place rolled into one. you can have selfies and can have a long walk there because the air is clean and fresh.weather is nice.you can learn something about history if you are really interested.NICE experience
Living in Baguio 15 years have been numerous times. Have a photo ID to leave at the gate with guard. Allow 1-2 hours to drive around inside and walk. If you are fortunate you will see glimpses of the cadets training. Their is a museum...More
Very nice to walk there, clean, fresh air, interesting. The place is wide, you can take a long walk, jogging is allowed. The stadium is impressive. Nice places to eat. Interesting historically, old tanks, cannons, even an aircraft. The place is very clean and well...More
it is clean and safe.
air is fresh and cool.
lovely trees and gardens.
There are jeepneys going to the camp. It is known by most locals in the area of Baguio City especially the police officers. If you wish to take the taxi and...More
Unforgettable experience having witnessed a ceremony honoring distinguished Alumni!
Heavy rain, windy and very cold day did not hold back to continue on the ceremony.
Such fine cadets and outstanding show..
Courage, Loyalty and Integrity, indeed!!
A visit to this place does not only fill one's eyes with majestic feeling and exciting landscapes but it will also pave one's way towards a deep realization that every visitor is truly blessed to have experienced setting one's feet in the country's home of...More