February has been a very busy month for the people of Baguio because of one of the most awaited events of the year and that is the Panagbenga. This year’s Flower Festival surely did not disappoint in its colorful and creative entries that showcased talents from all over and caught the spectators attention. Following the Grand Street Dance Parade and Grand Float Parade, is a week-long bonanza of food, souvenirs and many more located at the iconic Session Road.
Session Road in Bloom: An Avenue of Culture
At the Session Road in Bloom, not only are proud products from the Cordilleras are found but also an assortment of products from the various regions of the Philippines. Come one and come all to this once-a-year showcase of indigenous, handcrafted, and export-worthy products of the Philippines.
Session Road in Bloom Must-Try and Must-Buy
Since the Session Road in Bloom only lasts for a week, tourists and locals alike scour Session Road in the lookout for one-of-a-kind products and food. From trinkets to home decors from Cordillera to Bicol and tasty signature dishes from Vigan to Japan, you’ll never get bored of the many choices.
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