Category: Baguio City Guide Blog

In line with the different procession activities by the different churches for Holy Week in Baguio City, here is the traffic advisory released and implemented by the Baguio City Police Office for Good Friday, April 19, 2019. April 2019 Procession Activities St. Vincent Ferrer Parish 5:00 – 6:00 PM Procession of the Sto. Intierro Route: […]

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Spending Easter in Baguio City? Here are different activities and special promos that you can enjoy and avail with your loved ones. Casa Vallejo Casa Vallejo, a well known landmark in Baguio, is located at the Upper Session Road. Since it is very accessible, you can bring your kids here for their upcoming Easter Egg […]

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As the Holy Week comes, we are given the opportunity to remember the sanctity of the life of Jesus Christ – his passion, death and resurrection. So as you choose to spend this solemn celebration in Baguio City, we’d like to help you find churches to go to for the observance of the tradition of […]

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Saint Louis University’s Team Victorem stayed true to its name as they were declared as the over-all champion of the 5th Philippine Startup Challenge last Friday. The event, organized by Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT), was held at the Grand Xing Imperial Hotel in Iloilo. QRent by Team Victorem The winning entry from […]

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Two universities from the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), particularly in Baguio, excelled during the recently concluded licensure examinations for Medical Technologists. Sain Louis University (SLU) ranked as the second best perfoming school while the University of Baguio (UB) landed at 6th place based on this year’s Medical Technologist board exams results which were released by […]

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This year’s Bridal Expo Baguio showcased a 3-day trade exhibit, featuring different works by Event Industry professionals who are based in Baguio City and nearby provinces within Northern Luzon. Baguio for destination weddings Due to it’s cool weather, stretches of pine trees and breathtaking views, Baguio City has always been a favorite venue by soon-to-wed […]

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Summer vacation is already here! A lot of students, together with their family or friends, are looking for new things to do this summer which are budget-friendly and easy to access. If you’re planning to make this year’s summer extra special, you might want to check out the SUMVAC 2019 Calendar of Activities in Baguio. […]

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Baguio residents and tourists were met by a very cold weather in Baguio City today. After checking the hypothetical thermometer we have determined the temperature to be at -1°C. The cold weather was hypothetically enjoyed by residents and tourists alike. Mark this day April 1, 2019 as the day that today’s weather report fooled all […]

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Most people would know that Baguio City has been tagged as the Summer Capital of the Philippines because of its climate. But have you ever wondered how it actually became the country’s summer capital? What circumstances led to this and when did they happen? Let’s all take on a little journey to Baguio’s past and […]

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A United Nations report has shown that the Phillipines is much happier this year at 69th place in the world. The said report, which was released on the International Day of Happiness, reflected that with the score of 5.31 out of 10 this year, the Philippines slightly moved up from being the 71st last year. […]

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