By Zaldy Comanda
Baguio City – The Food Camp at the Baguio Country Club (BCC), offering Japanese, American, Mediterranean, Mexican, Chinese and Filipino cuisines, along with sumptuous desserts is the newest tourism draw in this summer capital up North.
“We put a mini camping area, because we want to showcase what we had in the past where we go camping as boy and girl scouts, that is why we placed old things such as tents,” Malou Galiste, BCC resident manager said.
She said that while the visitors are enjoying the sumptuous food, entertainers and musicians will render performances while a bonfire nearby will provide added warmth.
“Like the concept of the decorations duirng the Christmas season where we utilized recycble materials, we did the same here to sustain our pro-environment initiatives,” she added.
Andrew Pinero, BCC communications manager said the Food Camp is the club’s contribution to the city’s tourism promotion drive.
The camp also features a log cabin where couples and families can enjoy their meals fre of pollution and embraced by cool, charming ambiance.
The Food Camp will open to the public from Valentine’s Day, February 14 until June from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Entrance is free.
BCC is the only five star resort in the Baguio City.
It was recently named to the Hall of Fame after winning the ASEAN Green Hotel award for three consecutive years for its sustainable and friendly pro – environment practices, which includes the ASEAN Green Hotel Award 2014-2016; Outstanding ASEAN Green Hotel Standard 2016-2018; ASEAN Green Hotel Standard 2018-2020.
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