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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Bell Church: Taoist Temple Hidden in Baguio City

We were fortunate that the Eurotel Team (see separate entry) brought us to the Bell Church in Baguio City near the borders of La Trinidad.  The temple was quite hidden so we would not have known it if not for them.  

Travel Tripsters Kurt and I were awed by the beautiful structures of the Taiost temple.  We couldn't stop taking pictures as we slowly went upward to admire more of them.

They were a lot of water lilies.  It is so heartwarming to see them.

The Bell Church itself is well-guarded.  Cameras were not allowed inside.  There was also a care-taker who warned people who made noise inside.

Although Travel Tripsters Kurt and I were a bit tired and wanted to rest.  We decided to journey on to the top because they was a sign that says "Bawal Magdate dito" (No dating here).  We were afraid we might be misunderstood to be dating if we stopped at that spot. =p

This was the last building located at the top.  The top view only allowed us to see the houses on top of the Baguio City hills which they call santorini.  

Overall, the Travel Tripsters both agree that the Bell Church  as a Taoist temple is a great way to appreciate the culture and structures in relation to Taoism.  Remember to visit with respect.  =)

Bell ChurchBell Church Map
Price Per PersonFREE
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Reservation RequiredNo
Bell Church
Border of Baguio City and La Trinidad, Benguet
Transportation to Bell Church
Taxi, Jeepney 

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