Baker’s Hill started out as just a bakery but when the business became successful, the owner decided to convert the place into a park. Thus, Baker’s Hill is now included in the itinerary for the city tour of Palawan.
After our Mitra Ranch Tour, I was really hungry and it was thus fitting that our next stop had something to do with food. I asked what their specialties were and was told that it was hopia and choco crinkles. I thus bought 4 packs each to give to my friends back in Manila.
Their choco crinkles were really delicious. It was soft and chewy and tasted like chocolate cake. It went well with the vanilla ice cream I bought from there (no dieting here as I went to Palawan to fully enjoy and indulge my every whim, he he!)
I wonder though why they said hopia was one of their specialties. Some did like it but I still prefer Eng Bee Tin’s.
I also liked their munchies. I especially loved their ube munchies (I love anything purple and ube tops my list!). Their choco munchies and cheese munchies were also addicting. And so was their inipit.
Baker’s Hill was like a theme park. It had life-sized fiber glass statues like the ones below.
This one elicited amused giggles from me.
As we walked around the park, I saw some interesting architectural creations. The house of the owner looked like a castle from a fairytale book.
There were interesting plants too, including some bonsai.
But what really made this tour very memorable for me were the animals I saw there. There was a golden pheasant, a Philippine eagle owl and peacocks. Wow.