How To Schedule Your Visit To Baguio City Via The Baguio Visita Website

On October 25, 2021, the mayor of Baguio announced that they will once again open the city to tourists from other regions. Back in August, Baguio closed its borders and only welcomed essential travels as COVID-19 cases spiked for several weeks. If you are wondering what you need to accomplish to visit the City ofContinue reading “How To Schedule Your Visit To Baguio City Via The Baguio Visita Website”

List of Prohibited Acts Under the Anti-distracted Walking Ordinance of Baguio City

A few years back, the government tightened its policies against the use of mobile devices while driving (Anti-distracted Driving Act).  Soon, pedestrians in Baguio City will no longer be allowed to use their mobile phones while walking, especially when crossing busy streets and alleys. What specific acts are prohibited under this ordinance and what penaltiesContinue reading “List of Prohibited Acts Under the Anti-distracted Walking Ordinance of Baguio City”

Baguio City to Ban Gadget Use While Walking in Public Areas: Yes or No?

The first day in office of newly elected city officials proved to be a productive one – especially for the city government of Baguio.  One of the first and most popular ordinance they proposed to implement is the Anti-distracted Pedestrian decree. Under the proposed ordinance, pedestrians will be disallowed from using their gadgets and otherContinue reading “Baguio City to Ban Gadget Use While Walking in Public Areas: Yes or No?”

Panagbenga 2016: All Roads Lead to Baguio City

It’s that time of the year again when people make a beeline to the Summer Capital of the Philippines, and it’s not even summer yet!  The Panagbenga Festival, or the Baguio Flower Festival, has become one of the most popular city celebrations in the country, attracting local and foreign tourists by the hundreds of thousands.Continue reading “Panagbenga 2016: All Roads Lead to Baguio City”