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The nomination for the Outstanding Citizens of Baguio for 2020 will end on June 15 as announced by the Society of Outstanding Citizens of Baguio (SOCOB) and the City Government of Baguio.  What is SOCOB? It is the organization of awardees of the annual Search for Outstanding Citizens of Baguio. What is Search for Outstanding […]

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January and February are the months when usually temperature in Baguio City drops due to Northeast Monsoon or “Hanging Amihan”. These past few days, both locals and tourists of Baguio City have enjoyed the cold weather of the city especially during the early morning and at night. Here are the minimum temperatures in Baguio City […]

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Due to public safety and health concerns, the upcoming Philippine Military Academy (PMA) alumni reunion in Baguio City has been moved to a later date due to the new coronavirus scare.  This year’s alumni homecoming was originally set for Feb 14 and 15 as announced in the Panagbenga 2020 schedule of activities. In a statement […]

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One of the best things to do during get together is to eat. If you are celebrating your vacation here in Baguio City there are a lot of food joints to choose from. With the widespread popularity of K-Pop and K-Drama, many Filipinos also have loved Korean dishes. With this, the number of Korean restaurants […]

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Soft soy bean curd with caramelized sugar and pearl tapioca. Reading this sound like a dish from a 5-star hotel’s menu. This is however not the most expensive snack that you will find in the Philippines and in Baguio City in particular. This is Taho a 10 pesos usually sold in the morning. Taho In […]

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The conveniences that are brought about by technology may be beneficial and detrimental at the same time. The conveniences that it provides, of course, makes our life a lot easier as compared to when modern technology wasn’t in the mainstream. However, it is also detrimental and one of the main reason is it makes us […]

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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 […]

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The Panagbenga Grand Street Dancing and Grand float parades are just around the corner and it won’t be a surprise if Baguio City will be teeming with tourists who will be joining the locals in celebrating the internationally recognized Baguio Flower Festival. First timer or not the following tips can make you enjoy the festival […]

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  Amongst all the cities of the Philippines, Baguio City is one of the most visited especially during the summertime. A lot of people from the lowlands come to Baguio for its cool breeze and warm people. As time goes by, businesses flourished in the City of Pines and migrants from all over the country made […]

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