"The setting is more like a forest and not a garden. The presence of the tall pine trees, thick green shrubs and the ferns transform the ambiance into forest and not a botanical garden at all. However, we can not deny the fact that everywhere, there are flowers."

Botanical Garden in Baguio is one of the most popular destinations in that high-altitude highly-urbanized city. What is so cute about Botanical Garden in Baguio is that it should have not been appearing in a highly urbanized city of Baguio but it is still making a room for tourists and dwellers. I think that's a very interesting stuff.

In spite of the constantly growing urbanization of Baguio, Botanical Garden is untouched.

Before, I thought that Botanical Garden is simply just a garden, but I learned that it is actually a park and the name of the park is Botanical Garden: Botanical Garden in the sense that the park is decorated by beautifully blooming flowers located at every corner of the park. In Botanical Garden, it's not all about the flowers. As I said, it is a park decorated by flowers. So, one can just go here to relax and to have a picnic or simply to unwind.

The entrance gate of the Botanical Garden
The park is spacious enough to relax. The air is considerably fresh. Pine trees are all around. There are picnic tables and comfort rooms. But if you think Botanical Garden is open for all, you are wrong. Not everyone can enter the park and you can not enter the park if you are a student entering the park during class hours.


Aside from the flowers, there are also nipa huts to stay and to unwind while eating your merienda, talking with your friends or just simply having a date with your loved one. The setting is more like a forest and not a garden. The presence of the tall pine trees, thick green shrubs and the ferns transform the ambiance into forest and not a botanical garden at all. However, we can not deny the fact that everywhere, there are flowers.

In my previous article (Stolen in Baguio), wherein a lot of stolen shots made my day complete, I showed you some of the flowers I used to capture. Right now, I will be showing you those flowers I just captured from that moment I was capturing it to the result of the photo. Here we go!








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Wait there's more! Of all the flowers I captured, this one is different because it doesn't attract butterflies and bees, instead, it attracts dirty flies! Eewwww!

The flower may look nice but it doesn't smell that good! That's why pests are its friends.

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EDMAR GUQUIB

Born and Raised in Vigan, Philippines. Hardcore Ilocano. Genuine Bigueño. Sucker of Long Land Trips. Loves the Highlands. Professional Nurse on Weekdays. Coffee Addict. Travel Blogger in Between. For sponsorship, advertising, event invites and collaborations email me at edmaration@gmail.com.

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