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Plus the restrictions within each area and the requirements needed for your visit.
Amid the continuing threat of COVID-19 in the Philippines, last month the Department of Tourism opened a page on their website listing down all the re-opened tourist spots around the country and the possible restrictions that come with them. TOP STORY: BJ Pascual Reveals
Some guests defaced the bamboos and relieved themselves along the pathways.
Despite being Baguio City's newest popular tourist attraction, the Bamboo Eco-Park is temporarily closing due to vandalism. Philippine Bamboo Foundation President Edgardo Manda made the announcement on his Facebook account on Monday, November 9, 2020.TOP STORY: BJ Pascual Reveals the Inspiration Behind Nadine
Baguio is set to accept travelers on October 22.
Baguio City in Benguet is slowly reopening to tourists following months of closure amid the pandemic. Local residents started enjoying again the city's parks, night markets, and weekly pedestrianization of Session Road on September 1; while travelers from La Union, Pangasinan, Ilocos
Here’s how you can go.
A bit of good news if you’re hoping to leave the city for cooler climes: Baguio City is considering reopening to a limited number of tourists by September, its public information office announced Tuesday. Those who want to visit the summer capital
If you've never heard of Vizco's, you're in for a treat.
Baguio is a famed summer destination for many reasons—there’s the cool highland climate, the horseback rides, and the renowned Bencab Museum. But no trip to Baguio is complete without taking a trip to restaurant and cake shop Vizco’s for a taste of
And yes, the product list includes ube jam and peanut brittle!
A month ago, Good Shepherd Sister's Bahay Pastulan started delivering Good Shepherd products from Tagaytay to Metro Manila with the help of SPEW Organics. If you didn't get the chance to order your pasalubong favorites, the Good Shepherd Convent in Baguio now has
Did you know that you don't have to go all the way to Baguio for Good Shepherd products? Just a two to three-hour road trip to Tagaytay will lead you to Good Shepherd Sisters' Bahay Pastulan Tagaytay.The sisters and workers of Bahay
Or book one of their five lodgings.
It’s a crazy world we live in, and checking out from all the madness of our daily routine could be the breath of fresh air we need. If you’d rather not have to travel that far, though, Baguio’s always an ideal destination.
Plus, you can go stargazing before you sleep.
The Cordilleras often bring to mind a sea of clouds, pine tree-scented breeze, and chilly weather that can make your spine tingle (in a not-horror-movie kind of way). It's home to several hiking trails, including paths to the summits of Mt. Ulap
If you're stuck here for the holidays, you might as well spend it somewhere with colder climes.
Everyone seems to have plans locked down for the holidays, whether it's spending it in their respective provinces with family (fun!) or flying out to enjoy the snowy days that the Philippines unfortunately lacks. It's not too late, however, to make plans
Indulge in nostalgic treats and discover new favorites.
Baguio is still a popular summer and holiday destination and road trips to the North are now easier, thanks to a four or five-hour drive via the new Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx). A first-timer's trip should include the requisite Baguio tourist spots: Burnham Park, where you
Know where to score the best deals from this thrift-shopping capital.
A popular local summer destination, Baguio city actually has a lot to offer in the shopping department other than scenic greenery and historical landmarks, sweet delicacies, and covetable cold weather. Over the years, the city has grown to become an ukay-ukay mecca