Camp John Hay

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Camp John Hay

Camp John Hay is a former American military base that was converted into a resort and recreation area. It is located in Baguio City, the Summer Capital of the Philippines. It has a golf course, a picnic grove, a butterfly sanctuary, and a historical core. It also has hotels, restaurants, and shops.

Camp John Hay was established in 1903 as a rest and recreation facility for the American soldiers stationed in the Philippines. It was named after John Milton Hay, the US Secretary of State at that time. It was also the site of the signing of the Japanese surrender documents that ended World War II in the Philippines.

Camp John Hay is a popular destination for tourists and locals who want to enjoy the cool climate and the scenic views of Baguio City. It offers various attractions and activities, such as:

• Playing golf at the 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, which is considered one of the best in Asia.

• Visiting the Butterfly Sanctuary, which is home to hundreds of colorful butterflies and plants.

• Exploring the Historical Core, which features the Bell House, the Bell Amphitheater, the Cemetery of Negativism, and the Secret Garden.

• Staying at one of the hotels or lodges in the area, such as The Manor, The Forest Lodge, or Le Monet Hotel.


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Entrance fee
Php 75 per person
Baguio, Benguet

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