Based on Ordinance no. 19 Series of 2019, a measure on motorcycle and bicycle parking in the City of Baguio, owners of buildings and establishment parking sites should designate a portion of their parking lots for motorcycles and bicycles. The need for such has been recognized because according to the measure, “Nowadays, there are numerous […]

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The City of Pines keeps its crown as the Baguio E-lions dominated the recently concluded Cordillera Administrative Region Athletic Association (Caraa) meet 2019 held at the Apayao Sport and Eco-Tourism Center in Payanan, Luna in Apayao province . Reuben David Supeña, who got seven medals in Archery, and Juliana Megara Conlu, who won six medals […]

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Even though the Grand Street and Float Parades are over, you can still enjoy Panagbenga Festival as the most-awaited Session Road in Bloom opens! Session Road in Bloom participants started to set up their booths along Session Road yesterday, March 3, 2019, right after the Grand Float Parade. Today, the stalls, all lined up in […]

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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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Baguio City is known for being a melting pot of cultures and this says a lot about the food you can try when you’re here. The good thing about this is that we have a lot of cuisines like the Vietnamese, which is not just delicious but also healthy. We have to understand that eating […]

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Every year, the Philippines recognizes the importance of Bible in nation building by celebrating the National Bible Month. With this year’s theme, “The Bible: Real Talk,” the celebration is aimed at empowering the youth by reminding them that they can find comfort in God’s promises in the Bible. In line with this, Baguio City have […]

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UK in Baguio
07 January

Being the Summer Capital of the Philippines, many people love Baguio not only because of the cold weather, historical landmarks, tourist spots, locally made products, and sweet delicacies. Now, people keep on coming back to experience the famous ukay-ukay shopping in the city. Locally, some call it ukay-ukay while others use the word wagwag and […]

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