What is the coldest city in the Philippines?

Which places is the coldest in Philippines?

10 Coldest Places in the Philippines We Wish We Could Escape to in This Summer Heat

  • Baguio. When you think of cold cities in the Philippines, Baguio is definitely the first thing that comes to mind. …
  • Sagada. …
  • Banaue. …
  • Tagaytay. …
  • Don Salvador Benedicto. …
  • Canlaon City. …
  • Lake Sebu. …
  • Itbayat.

Which is colder Baguio or Tagaytay?

Tagaytay City

Temperatures in Tagaytay rarely venture close to 30°, with year-round temperatures that are only a bit warmer that Baguio. It’s known for its many restaurants whose views of Taal Volcano make it the perfect escape from Metro Manila.

Where is it cold in the Philippines?

It’s needless to say that Baguio City easily tops this list of cold places in the Philippines. After all, it’s the Summer Capital of the country. With its chilly weather and lush pine trees, this elevated city is a winter wonderland all year round — sans the snow.

What’s the coldest it ever gets in the Philippines?


  • The lowest temperature (as officially recorded by the PAGASA): Baguio, 6.3 °C (43.3 °F), January 18, 1961.
  • The strongest earthquake: 1976 Moro Gulf earthquake, Mw 8.0, August 16, 1976.
  • The deadliest earthquake: 1976 Moro Gulf earthquake, 4,791 deaths, August 16, 1976.

Why is Baguio so cold?

The cold weather is caused by “amihan,” or cool northeast monsoon season that prevails between October and early March, Pagasa said. Last year, the coldest temperature recorded was 9.4°C degrees, the lowest so far in the last three years. The coldest temperature ever registered here was at 6.

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