Category: Baguio City Best

26 October

It has been a tradition for us Filipinos to have a dipping sauce or sawsawan for our all-time favorite chicharon or chips. It also serves as a complement to our favorite Filipino dishes like Adobo or Paksiw. It was 2009 when Mr. Robert Roy Mina Mamaat brought with him a homemade salsa to his workplace […]

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13 June

People usually go and eat at places they’re used to or those which are widely known. But in reality, taking the risk and trying new places will make you discover that there’s more to what you’re already used to. And most of the time, it will also make you realize that you’re actually missing a […]

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02 December

The attainment of the goals set in the country’s coffee roadmap is determined by public and private convergence thus, programs such as the 2nd Philippine Coffee Conference firms up stakeholder’s initiatives in promoting coffee as a national industry. This was the gist of Department of Trade and Industry Undersecretary Zenaida Cuison-Maglaya’s keynote address during the […]

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11 October

Saint Louis University, one of Baguio City’s finest university was recognized as one of the top ten performing schools, for the September 2016 Mechanical Engineer Licensure Examination. Saint Louis University grabbed the top 7th spot with percentage passed of 86.51% or 109 examinees passing from a total of 126. Over all there are 4,470 who […]

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03 October

Soft soy bean curd with caramelized sugar and pearl tapioca. Reading this sound like a dish from a 5-star hotel’s menu. This is however not the most expensive snack that you will find in the Philippines and in Baguio City in particular. This is Taho a 10 pesos usually sold in the morning. Taho In […]

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07 August

  Amongst all the cities of the Philippines, Baguio City is one of the most visited especially during the summertime. A lot of people from the lowlands come to Baguio for its cool breeze and warm people. As time goes by, businesses flourished in the City of Pines and migrants from all over the country made […]

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