Many people want to spend their vacation in Baguio City while looking forward to experiencing its cold weather. However, not everyone gets the chance to do so because of financial considerations. But what if we told you that you can enjoy Baguio without spending too much? This may sound like we’re trying to keep your […]

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The holiday season is fast approaching and a lot of people are planning to spend Christmas in Baguio.  They’d like to experience how it feels to celebrate this special occasion while enjoying the cold weather in the City of Pines. But a hassle-free vacation would entail thorough planning. And to help ease your worries when […]

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Last night, November 23, 2018 at the One Championship Conquest of Champions at the Mall of Asia Arena, team Lakay’s Eduard “The Landslide” Folayang gets his throne back as he clinches the ONE Lightweight World Title. After losing the title to Martin Nguyen last November, Folayang got redemption and clinched a win in a unanimous […]

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Taxi drivers go through their regular day going around the city. And just like any other people who get tired from work and need a break, they too, look for places where they can eat good food with affordable prices. And knowing that they have this kind of daily routine, it only makes sense that […]

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With the daily temperature averaging at 13 to 15 degrees, many people plan their visit the city of Pines to experience not only the cold weather, but also the culture.  But just like with any travel plans, budget is something you have to consider carefully. You need not worry, though, because you can still have […]

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Travelling to a place wouldn’t really be complete without knowing how it came to be what it is now. And just like any other places, landmarks in the City of Pines have their own stories to tell. And if you are one curious individual who loves looking back and learning about how things began, here’s […]

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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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  William Cameron Forbes,  The Father of Baguio City In 1904, he was appointed by President Theodore Roosevelt as Commissioner of Commerce and Police. He was then made in charge of public works and was also of help in bringing Daniel Burnham to the Philippines. During his administration, he was known as a “builder” where […]

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The experience of visiting a place for the first time wouldn’t be complete without trying out their local dishes. Aside from the opportunity to try something new, you would be able to somehow capture the heart of that place and learn about the tradition and have a taste of it. When you’re planning to visit […]

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Camp John Hay isn’t just about pine trees bringing the feeling of peace and cold breeze to everyone who visits the place. It’s actually far more than that. But the sad reality is that many people don’t have an idea about its historical value or how it came to be. So if you are a […]

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