Mt. Cloud Bookshop is located right beside Hill Station at Casa Vallejo, Upper Session Road, Baguio City.
If you are someone who loves to discover new finds to read, this is the right place for you. Mt. Cloud Bookshop carries a wide variety of Philippine literature and scholarly work from popular reads to rare finds. A great place to discover independent authors from small publishing houses. There is also a special section dedicated to books of Northern Luzon, including works of writers who have lived in Baguio.
“In Mt Cloud Bookshop, a reader might find books remembered from childhood or from lifetimes away and choose to sit, read and draw memories from these books. The bookshop is a portal to the wilderness and landscapes of literature, history and social issues. At the same time, it is a labyrinth, encouraging and leading readers to move inward in silence, into the many worlds tucked away in our shelves and selves.” – Mt. Cloud Bookshop
The bookshop has limited space but gives you the cozy feeling where you just want to grab a book and lay on a couch (plus a hand cup of coffee, of course).
I love the vintage ladder too! It was my first time to see one in real life aside from seeing it in Harry Potter movies lols.
|Mt. Cloud Bookshop – Mezzanine Area
Mt. Cloud Bookshop is heaven for book lovers. I find their collection catchy and enjoy to read at. If not for my little one, I would love to spend my whole afternoon browsing them one by one.
The “Ayoko na siya isipin, busy ako! notebook and The “Akala mo wala nang slumbook pero MERON, MERON, MERON!”. Aren’t they so cool?!
Hubby and I had so much fun as we looked back our childhood memories while finding the perfect book for Cloud. And here is what we got for our little man.
We are very happy because Cloud loves them so much!
Mt. Cloud Bookshop is definitely a must-see when you visit Baguio City. Isn’t it more fun and memorable if you find something to read on while heading home and great addition to your book collection too!
Telephone: (+63) 74 424 4437
Opens from 1030am to 8pm daily.
You may read our quick Baguio getaway here.
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Thanks for dropping by! 🙂