I was around six when I first saw this place with mommy and daddy. The second time I was here, I was already in my late twenties. Now, that I’m in my late thirties, what made this visit extra special was because we got to share this place with Tutapel!
Interesting flora in a myriad of spectacular colors filled the place.
Stone steps and paths provide fathers and sons some memorable bonding moments.
And as you can see, Tutapel just wanted to sit down with his Dada and spend some quality time with him while basking in the garden’s innate beauty.
We were drawn to this beautiful attraction for its gazebo-like feel.
But Tutapel seemed to take a liking to the stone steps instead.
…and filled with all kinds of flora…
…the Baguio Botanical Garden is the perfect place to take your…–you guessed it right! Yes, your picture! If not for the trash behind, these shots would have been extra memorable!
The entrance of the Baguio Botanical Garden is located along Leonard Wood Road, between Teachers Camp and Wright Park.