What can you do when you're in Burnham park
If you're in groups, you can try boating. 30 minute ride will be fine so you visit other places. If you don't want to paddle, you can hire boat helpers for a fee of course. service is not free. try to haggle with the boat rate and fee first before riding.
For groups games, you can do "touch the ball" in the grassy areas. if you have no ball with you, just roll and form into ball a used news paper.
If you have kids, bring them to the new and improved children;s park thru the assistance of SM City Baguio. Biking cal also be fun but for kids below 7, assist them as its very dangerous if they bike alone as they could bump other riders.
For skaters, there;s skating rink. Skate and shoes are available for rent.
Starting 6pm, its nice to watch with your friends the dancing fountains at the rose garden arra north side of the park near bayanihan ukay-ukay. While in the area, you don't have to worry for nature's call as there are restrooms in the area for a fee.
If want a light massage (I dont recommend this if you're a female} , ambulant hilots/masseurs are in the park but never, never, never accept massage service offered by "burnham boys" especially during nighttime because you will say "sorry " later. please ignore these guys.
For food if you're on unlimited budget, try solibao or ganza restaurant but if your group want picnic style, there's a picnic area eastside of th skating rink near harrison road. but while having your meals, never give food while eating to the beggars because if you give one, another one and so on and so forth will be coming asking for food.
There are still a lot to write on burnham park including safety during daytime, nighttime. I was already a victim so next time I will share to you my experiences.
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