Category: Baguio City Guide Blog

A United Nations report has shown that the Phillipines is much happier this year at 69th place in the world. The said report, which was released on the International Day of Happiness, reflected that with the score of 5.31 out of 10 this year, the Philippines slightly moved up from being the 71st last year. […]

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Cordillerans will soon have easier access to quality health services for an affordable price. According to Mayor Romeo Salda of La Trinidad, a group of doctors, whose roots can be traced from all over the Cordillera Region, are planning to set up a private hospital where their fellow Cordillerans can have access to affordable yet […]

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There has been a recent announcement made by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) that there is a newly confirmed highest elevation in the Highway System of the Philippines. And as per the department’s confirmation, the newly identified highest point is located in the Municipality of Tinoc, Ifugao. It is found particularly along […]

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Based on Memorandum Circular 2019-010, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) orders the opening of 28 Premium Point-to-Point (P2P) Bus Service routes. These new routes will all be distributed by means of franchise of sixteen (16) packages. The rationale for this will be one package is to one applicant. The following are the […]

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DE STIJL Image Reinvented, together with the fashion community of Baguio, celebrated Panagbenga 2019 by showcasing creativity, beauty, and arts through a Street and Avant-Garde Fashion Runway Show held at the Session Road in Bloom Event Area last March 8, 2019. The Story Behind ECOuture They have been doing typical annual street fashion shows during […]

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Water is a vital element to living organisms: to animals, to plants, and to us humans. Unfortunately, we cannot say that fresh, clean water will always be available at our convenience, especially with the effects of climate change also affecting the supply of water we have, and with the recent news about water shortages and […]

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Jef Mitzel Bulaon Paran, a Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) kagawad of barangay Trancoville, has been recognized for an exemplary perfomance during the Asia World Model United Nations (AWMUN) II. During the event, which was held from January 30 to February 2, 2019 at the Prince Palace Hotel and Windsor Suites Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, Paran received […]

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Aside from our city’s founding anniversary every September 1, there is one more date during the month of September that we should be mindful of. This date marked a significant event not only for the City of Pines, but for the Philippines. Today, September 3 has just been declared as a Special Working Public Holiday […]

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Travel, explore new places, and fall in love with the City of Pines! The Panagbenga Festival has just ended but now that summer is fast approaching, there’s no wonder that the City of Pines, also known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, will make it to the top of your to-go list the months […]

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It started as a farm for producing beautiful flowers to be sold to event planners, decorator and practically anyone who wants to buy a flower. The beauty of the farm, facing the mountains of Cordillera, captured the attention of photographers who are in constant search for beautiful locations to capture. Breathtaking indeed, its beauty was […]

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