Category: Baguio Blog

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Panagbenga 2015 Formally Opened

In a simple ceremony conducted at the Baguio City Hall it is clear that Panagbenga 2015 is going to be an exciting Festival yet again. This is because it is not only considered as the festival of Baguio City but also its neighboring municipalities, we can clearly say that this...

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Red Wine To Warm You Up And Other Benefits

The cool air in Baguio makes you want to bring out those thick jackets and brew that coffee, but did you know that red wine also helps keep your body warm? Yes, there are more to red wine than its alcohol properties, in fact there are lots of health benefits...

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SMART Launched Online Community Mapping Competition

In an effort to encourage Filipinos to become their own hometowns’ ambassador SMART launched the Doon Po Sa Amin online community mapping competition. To launch the program several roadshows were done and Baguio City is one of the lucky cities where the contest was introduced. Last October 16, 2014 the...

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Baguio City Artist Selling Artwork For Charity

As we all know Baguio City and most places in the Cordillera has been home to a lot of artists, this is because of the fact that Baguio City and the mountains of the Cordillera region is rich in culture and a source of inspiration. Artists found their home in...

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Five Haunted Places In Baguio City

With the rapid urbanization in Baguio City the landscape has already changed, many of the original settlers who migrated and lived abroad have that common impression of the City of Baguio upon their return and that is, the city is different from what it was before. One of the things that made...

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Baguio City Taxi Driver Returned P120,000 Left In His Taxi

I always recommend to my friends from outside of Baguio City to take the taxi especially when travelling to a place not familiar to my friends. After they ride the taxi the common feedback that i get from them is, your taxi drivers here are very honest! they give your...