Category: Baguio City Guide Blog

The LuzViMinda: Tapestries that Bind our Independence Fashion Show was held at the main lobby of The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay just this August 9, 2019. The event showcased numerous gowns and garments created by remarkable designers from all over the country.  During the first part of the event, musical performances and different […]

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The Baguio night market, currently located along a 500-meter stretch of Harrison road, will transfer its operations to Burnham Lake Drive (or Jose Abad Santos Drive). The local government has resolved to do this in order to avoid closing one of the city’s main thoroughfares which is Harrison Road. According to Mayor Magalong, they originally […]

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The local government is looking at strategically building and placing at least five (5) bus terminals in specific areas in Baguio to help solve decongestion along the roads in the central business district (CBD). Eyed Bus Terminals in Baguio South-bound According to Mayor Benjamin Magalong, the proposed terminal for south-bound buses will be built within […]

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Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong made a visit to the Irisan Composting Facility to check developments in the area. Assessment of the Irisan Composting Facility Mayor Magalong has conducted the inspection to check the progress of improving the facility and its conversion into an eco-park. He discussed the plans for the dumpsite with Rene Ronquillo […]

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Last month, Facebook has rolled out the Top Fan badge for pages like ours, showing those who have been most engaging and who share the same love for Baguio City as we do. As a way of showing our gratitude to our top fans, we have launched the Baguio City Guide Top Fan Giveaway. Baguio […]

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Out of all the factors tourists often consider when choosing an accommodation to stay, the accommodation’s location is one of their top most priorities. And the question is: are they the kind of tourist who would prefer to stay in an accommodation that is situated in the heart of the busy city or are they […]

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If you are one of those who are constantly on the lookout for Cebu Pacific flights to different destinations, it is a good time to score deals and activate your travel bug starting August 9 because the low cost airline carrier is set to expand their Clark hub by adding new direct international and domestic flights […]

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The Philippine Military Academy or PMA Entrance Exam (PMAEE) will be held on August 25, 2019. And for those aspiring to be a cadet and be part of the most prestigious leadership institution in the country, submission of application will only be until August 9, 2019. PMA Entrance Exam Application THREE (3) WAYS TO APPLY: […]

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The Designer Circle Philippines (DCP) has highlighted our identity as Filipinos by showcasing the Filipino “Terno” during the launching of the Luzviminda: A Contemporary Filipiniana Exhibit at The Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay. Luzviminda features “tapestries that bind our independence” through a glamorous and creative display of gowns which are made from traditional fabrics […]

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It is important to know what to do before, during and after an earthquake because of what happened on July 16, 1990 in Baguio City and other parts of Luzon. Exactly twenty nine years ago today, Baguio City and other nearby places were struck by a magnitude 7.8 killer earthquake, killing more than 1,600 people. […]

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