Category: Baguio City Guide Blog

Baguio is truly a festive city that is full of life. And on this year’s holiday season, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the City of Pines much more jollier with its stunning Christmas decorations. So if you are planning to celebrate your Christmas here in the City of Pines or at least aiming […]

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The city government of Baguio crafted the Smoke Free Baguio Ordinance to make amendments for The Comprehensive Anti-Smoking Ordinance of Baguio City and to minimize the minors’ access to tobacco products and to help those who are attempting to quit tobacco use. And for the benefit of everyone, especially those who have questions regarding the […]

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One of the favorite things people love to do is to eat. I’m sure you will agree with me because almost all of you have their own favorite restaurant or cafe where you love to hang out with friends. Eating serves as a get-together for friends, families, and colleagues especially after work or during the […]

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UNESCO has declared Baguio City as the first Creative City in the Philippines in crafts and folk art category in October 2017. Aside from this, the City of Pines is also the fourth in the ASEAN Region to join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN). And like the other 64 cities from 44 countries in […]

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BaguioWeddingSuppliers.com had their first wedding expo in Baguio City last November 15-17, 2019 at the Event Center of Newtown Plaza Hotel. It was organized by Mr. TJ Yuson, one of the board members of Wedding Suppliers Association of the Philippines Inc. The three-day event was attended by exhibitors and suppliers who came from different places […]

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Christmas is on its way! And I bet we’re all already excited for this most awaited time of the year. Christmas traditions such as singing of Christmas carols, decorating the Christmas Trees, lighting a bunch of Christmas lights, attending Simbang Gabi, and of course, exchanging of gifts are few of the things we usually practice. […]

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The University of the Philippines Baguio (UPB) will hold the International Conference on Southeast Asian Crafts and Folk Art (ICSEACFA) at Albert Hall, Teachers’ Camp, Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City, on 21-22 November 2019, with the general theme, “Crafts and Folk Art in a Sustainable and Innovative Southeast Asia.” Dr. J. Prospero De Vera III, […]

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Halloween is just around the corner! Thus, we’ve decided to help you out and share the fun of the this spooky celebration by making a compilation of Halloween events and promos in Baguio City. Halloween Events in Baguio City Baguio Country Club Take your children to a Pokemon Halloween Party by Baguio Country Club on […]

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Diplomat Hotel is undeniably known as one of the most haunted places not just in Baguio City but in the entire Philippines. There were already many documentaries made about this place and many already tried to prove that it’s indeed haunted by ghosts. Most of us who have already visited the Diplomat Hotel may even […]

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SM City Baguio new parking area is now ready to cater to more customers. The mall finally opens its Carpark Annex today, October 23, 2019 to make shopping even more convenient for customers with private vehicles. SM Baguio New Parking Routing Scheme|Carpark Annex Here’s the routing scheme to be implemented for SM Baguio new parking […]

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