Category: Where To Go In Baguio

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A Visit To Seven Community Churches In Baguio City

The Idea of Visita Iglesia never occurred to me until this Holy Week, Visita Iglesia is a catholic practice where in you are to visit seven churches and pray in each, usually done on a Maundy Thursday but it would sometimes continue until Good Friday especially if the distance of...

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Meditate At Mount Cabuyao

The Holy week indeed brings the Filipino people in a very meditative mood. Why not? This is the time of the year where we get the opportunity to stop and reflect on our lives and our plans for the future, most of all this is the opportunity for us to...

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Tour The Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary In Baguio City

Holy week starts today and for many people that would not only mean a week of meditation but also a week to getaway from it all. With our busy schedules we all need to stop and take time to focus on ourselves and our family, basically focusing on things that...

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A Short Tour Of The BenCab Museum

The BenCab museum was built by Benedicto Cabrera a Philippine National Artist. The museum is home both to his own artworks and his collections mostly of Cordilleran origin. It is also serve as the venue for exhibits by different artists. For art lovers and those who want to unwind, the...

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This Playground Is Not Only For The Children

I believe that every city must have its own parks, we are lucky in Baguio City that we have a park that does not only cater to adults but to children as well. The Burnham Park is divided into several areas, the Rose Garden, the Melvin Jones, The Burnham Lake...

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Destination – Baguio City

For a person who’s been living in the City of Pines all his life one might ask, what else are there to see in Baguio City? It was more than five years ago since I made it my personal commitment to promote Baguio City by any means possible and that...