Category: Baguio City Guide Blog

Baguio City celebrates Indigenous Peoples (IP) Month by staging Gong Festival 2019. Now on its seventh year, the celebration commenced with mural painting on identified walls going to Quezon Hill, Naguilian Road last Thursday, October 3, 2019. Around twenty local artists volunteered and led this activity which will take at least two weeks to finish. […]

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The Philippine Military Academy (PMA) has released the PMA Entrance Exam (PMAEE) Results 2019 last September 30. And according to the institution, 1,629 examinees successfully passed the PMAEE 2019 conducted nationwide last August 25, 2019 in a total of 41 testing centers. All PMAEE 2019 passers will be proceeding to the next phase of the […]

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In celebration of the Hotel and Restaurant Tourism or HRT Weekend in the City of Pines, the Hotel and Restaurant Association of Baguio (HRAB) has prepared numerous activities to make the celebration exciting for everyone. HRT Weekend 2019 Schedule of Activities September 30, 2019 On September 30, 2019, Mr. and Ms. HRAB candidates will be […]

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Baguio City has lots of parks where you can have picnics and outdoor activities. Some of you might be familiar only with the popular parks here in the City of Pines such as Burnham Park, Mines View Park, Wright Park, and Sunshine Park. But, did you know that there are more parks you can visit? […]

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Up in the Cordilleran highlands, the different ethnic groups are typically referred to by attaching the prefix which means “people of” or “from”| to the name of the place from which they come such as the Ifugao (people of the earth, or “pugaw”), the Ibaloi (or people who live in houses, or baloi), or the […]

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Baguio City is known for many amazing and inspiring things it has to offer for both tourists and locals. A lot of tourists visit the City of Pines throughout the year, regardless of the season and the city never ceases to give them something inspiring to remember the city by. So for those who still […]

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During the rainy season here in Baguio City, the perfect thing to do is look for something warm to eat just like soup and coffee. These are the common and first foods that will pop into your mind when it’s raining, right? To make it different, instead of looking for coffee or soup I did […]

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Burnham Park is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Baguio City. It is a very good place for recreation for families and friends alike. There are a lot of things both tourists and locals can enjoy during their stay in the park. Boating, biking, skating, jogging, strolling, Zumba, picnic, and simply sitting on […]

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Several movies, both local and international, have been shot in Baguio City since the 1950s until today. Truly, the summer capital’s beauty and weather captured the world’s attention at some point and has therefore been a favorite location for movies ever since. Movies and scenes shot in Baguio City The following are movies and certain […]

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Why use any of the public transportation when you can just walk? Here in Baguio City, you can arrive at your destination by just walking. Yes, that is possible here in the City of Pines because I experienced it myself. I just did a challenge, Walk Meter Challenge,  where I walked from Burnham Park going […]

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