Category: Baguio City Guide Blog

The Panagbenga Festival is a colorful spectacle that is admired internationally. The festival symbolizes the rise of Baguio City after it was devastated by the 1990 Killer Earthquake. The festival breathe in new life to a then “ghost-city”. At the time when no one is inclined to visit the City of Pines out of fear, […]

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Valentine’s day is coming up in two days. Do you have plans for the so-called heart’s day already? Whether you’re in a relationship, a proud single and/or third wheel (no offense in being both), there a reason to celebrate the month of hearts with these different Valentine’s promos offered by restaurants and cafes in Baguio […]

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Who wouldn’t like to travel? Of course, everyone definitely has a certain place in mind that they would want to visit before anything else. But beforehand, there are certain things you should know about the place you are planning to visit. And if you are thinking about going to the City of Pines, there are […]

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One of the things to consider when looking for a hotel for your vacation is to look for a place that is near tourist spots. This way, you’d be able to save both money and time. So if you are planning to visit the City of Pines anytime soon, here’s a list we’ve made about […]

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Filipinos have been living side by side with the Chinese for a long time now. And even before the Spanish occupation, we’ve been doing trade with them. From then on, their population in the Philippines has consistently grown in number, including intermarriages that resulted to many Tsinoys in our society. Because of this, we’ve grown […]

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Trying out different Chinese cuisines is one of our ways of celebrating Chinese New Year. Here in Baguio wherein the Filipino Chinese community is big, there are a lot of restaurants that we can try without traveling outside the City of Pines. Serving dishes with the taste of sweet, salty, spicy, sour, and bitter that […]

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As the weather gets lower, the first day of February commences the busiest and most colorful time of the year in Baguio City as Panagbenga 2019 kicks off here in the City of Pines. The Panagbenga Festival, an annual month-long celebration with this year’s theme, “Blooming Forward”, started off with an epening day ceremony at […]

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Nowadays, a lot of people are growing interest in finding therapeutic ways to help reduce their stress and body pains. And in the city of Baguio, particularly, massage is one of such ways that is starting to become a trend for many. So how do we basically define massage as offered in Spas? Massage, over […]

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As the year started, a lot of people started thinking about working on their body goals, especially that summer is fast approaching. But to make such goal possible, there’s a need to start as early as possible and actually aim to make it happen. Let’s all learn from an expert on fitness. So what should […]

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Time to bring out more jackets and layer up because the temperature in Baguio City just hit another low today, making itthe lowest temperature again so far in the City of Pines this year. This time however, the mercury level dropped to 9.0°C or at 48.2°F. At 5:00 AM today, PAGASA recorded the temperature at […]

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