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Camp John Hay Ayala Development Baguio City
Philippines

Camp John Hay is one of the most visited places in Baguio City. Located at the southeast part of Philippine's summer capital. Camp John Hay used to be a rest and recreation facility for American soldiers in Asia. So why visit Camp John Hay? 1, pine-tree lined roads, 2, beautiful landscaping and wide spaces, 3, entrance is FREE!

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