Category: Baguio City Guide Blog

Local farmers of Benguet have joined in the cause to provide assistance to evacuees who were affected by Taal Volcano’s ashfall. According to Catherine Odanos, a Benguet farmer, the first batch of vegetables from Kabayan has already been taken to the evacuees. Together with the local police, Benguet farmers loaded tons of vegetables to be […]

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Azalea Residences Baguio is certainly a suitable choice for families or groups planning to spend their vacation in the City of Pines. Because given that Baguio City is frequented by a lot of tourists, finding a comfortable accommodation for everyone is important. The hotel, officially known as Azalea Hotels and Residences Baguio, offers 99 fully […]

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To welcome the Year of the Metal Rat, the Chinese Lunar New Year or Spring Festival 2020 celebration in Baguio City kicked off with a program led by the local government and the Filipino-Chinese community of the city yesterday, January 13, 2020. In Mayor Benjamin’s Magalong’s message, he gave recognition to the Filipino-Chinese community by […]

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Best of Baguio
13 January

Local entrepreneurs and their businesses rarely get the recognition that they duly deserve such as a simple appreciation for giving their customers access to quality products and services or for putting up their very helpful businesses in the city.  These entrepreneurs have invested a lot more than money to put up their businesses. They have […]

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It’s that time again, the Panagbenga 2020 or the Baguio Flower Festival is near! And we know that you have been waiting for the Panagbenga 2020 schedule of Activities. The City Government of Baguio has released this Panagbenga 2020 Schedule of Activities! Start planning for your Baguio Flower Festival experience and we hope that this […]

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The annual process of the payment of taxes in Baguio will now be more convenient and faster for taxpayers as the City Treasury Office (CTO), headed by Alex Cabarrubias, updates its system. Where to pay your taxes According to Assistant City Treasurer Ponciano De Jesus, payment of business, real property, cedula and other fees will […]

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She sets foot on her parent’s property, taking a moment to admire the beauty of the landscape. The decrepit metal gate was adorned by an arc of bougainvillea draped over the post-and-rail fence, the flowers were in bloom, their sweet smell cuts through the north wind. The sweet and soft scent mingles with the coldness […]

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One of the best things to do during get together is to eat. If you are celebrating your vacation here in Baguio City there are a lot of food joints to choose from. With the widespread popularity of K-Pop and K-Drama, many Filipinos also have loved Korean dishes. With this, the number of Korean restaurants […]

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When we posted the weather update using the data from PAGASA at 5:00AM we didn’t expect that the temperature will go down further. Today, Monday December 12, 2019 the temperature in Baguio dropped further to 11.8°C. This is due to the Northeast monsoon. According to PAGASA we expect the temperature to become colder in the […]

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Christmas Season has come. It’s the time of the year that is full of joy, giving and loving. One of the things people love to do during Christmas is putting up decorations such as colorful lights, Christmas Tree and stars. Also, food will be present during Noche Buena, one of the times where families gather […]

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