Baguio Adventure Day 4: At Cordillera World

Lei and I were on our way to the jeepney terminal when we remembered the sign we saw earlier about the Cordillera World. So we made a detour there and it was sure worth it!

The Cordillera World was a mini museum of all things Cordillera. There were wooden statues of Igorot warriors in various poses, wooden statues of animals, assorted wooden figures, a life-sized Igorot male and female statues, etc. There was even an elevated wooden house, complete with a bedroom, a living room and a kitchen, at the center of it all.  Near the base of the wooden house, I found these assorted horns:

Horns by israelv
Horns, a photo by israelv on Flickr.

There was even an area where you can have your pictures taken amidst an assortment of flowers. Our tripod surely came in handy.

Flowery by israelv
Flowery, a photo by israelv on Flickr.

There were so many things to see but so little time. I found this wooden sculpture of an Igorot warrior to be particularly impressive!

Igorot Warrior by israelv
Igorot Warrior, a photo by israelv on Flickr.

We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Cordillera World. We were now ready to go to our next stop. But before we did, we just had to take one quick stop at our favorite dried pusit vendors 🙂

Dried Goodies by israelv
Dried Goodies, a photo by israelv on Flickr.

Now, on to The Mansion and Wright Park!


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