La Trinidad (Benguet)

La Trinidad is a small town which serves as the capital of the province of Benguet which is part of the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. Tourists to the town mostly come from the neighboring city of Baguio.

Map of La Trinidad (Benguet)

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La Trinidad is a the capital town of the province of Benguet and is north of the bigger and more popular tourist destination of Baguio. Efforts to promote tourism in Baguio often includes sites that are actually in the town of La Trinidad, especially the Betag Strawberry Farm making the town a detour destination for many tourist visiting Baguio.

Tourists can enter La Trinidad via jeepney from the nearby city of Baguio in the south.

Jeepneys serve passengers in La Trinidad except in most remote areas of the town. Motorized tricycles is another mode of public transportation used in the town.

  • 16.434389120.5975561 Colors of StoBoSa (StoBoSa Hillside Homes Artwork), Stonehill, Botiwtiw, and Sadjap Sitios in Barangay Balili.. Inspired by the favela paintings in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, it is a community artwork formed by paintwork of about two hundred houses in the sitios of Stonehill, Botiwtiw, and Sadjap. It was conceptualized by local artist troupe, Tam-awan Artist Village and was painted by residents of the area as well as volunteers. (updated Feb 2018)
  • 16.4314493120.59849021 Bell Church, Barangay Balili, +63 74 422-1086. A Taoist temple situated in Barangay Balili in La Trinidad. It features Chinese architecture and is a known place of worship for Chinese residents and tourists. It is located near the town’s boundary with Baguio. Free. (updated Feb 2018)

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