Category: Baguio City Guide Blog

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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As some of the notable pioneers of Baguio City, the Americans have huge contributions to the development and evolution of Baguio City through the years. For one, the city became the Summer Capital of the Philippines because an American believed that it is the perfect escape from the heat of the lowlands and that it […]

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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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Most people nowadays go to restaurants or other food places to enjoy not only the delectable dishes but also the view. In short, it’s the experience that matters more. You satisfy your cravings but more than that, you make memories that last a lifetime. And if you really want to have a new and exciting […]

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The most important thing that we put into consideration every time we travel with our family is everyone’s comfort and enjoyment. We make sure that everything is settled – from our baggage, food, transportation up to accommodation. And Baguio City, being one of the most visited places in the Philippines, has everything covered for you. […]

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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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If you live by having a couple of phones in hand and you struggle to switch from one charger to another or you have to use one power outage to compensate two gadgets? Why even bother facing that problem when you can one hub that can charge your phones and tablets all at the same […]

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It isn’t like the typical field trip that children join but it was definitely fun and worth it for my little girl. PBNet Baguio envisioned the event to be an immersive tour where influencer-bloggers will go around and experience the best of the best in the City of Pines. They’d like people to see that […]

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The International Food Exhibition (IFEX) Philippines, Asia’s ethnic food and ingredient show, welcomes food buyers and enthusiasts as it opens for its 12th edition on May 25 to May 27 at the World Trade Center Metro Manila (WTCMM) and the Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC). Organized by the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions […]

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