Let’s Go to Baguio

If you’re looking for the perfect summer get away then Baguio is the place for you. With its lush environment and cool climate, Baguio is the perfect summer retreat for those who would like to get away from the sun.

Manila Shopping

When you go shopping in Manila, you have to be prepared to walk for a long time in malls such as the Mall of Asia which is Asia’s biggest mall. Discover the different kinds of high street and designer stores that you can find in SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia and in Makati’s Glorietta and Greenbelt. With the largest amount of stores in the Philippines you will definitely find what you are looking for.

Baguio Festivals and Events

The Kadayawan Festival and the Baguio Flower Festival are only two of the celebrated events in the “Summer Capital” of the Philippines. These festivals highlight the beauty of Baguio and the peaceful interaction among its locals despite their diversity. The Kadayawan Festival is all about unity while the Baguio Flower Festival has a global perspective and promotes the need to save the environment.

Baguio Hotels and Resorts

Baguio’s cool climate is the reason why so many flock to this place during summer, and why it’s called the Summer Capital. Baguio hotels are situated in a beautiful city that has picturesque views and there are 36 hotels to choose from in this place. Among the many Baguio hotels, here’s a closer look at Supreme Hotel and the Camp John Hay Manor to give you an idea of what to expect in terms of hospitality when you’re there.

Laoag Travel Guide

Laoag City is one of the attractive places to visit in the northern part of the Philippines. To have a worry-free vacation in this city, people can always check out Laoag travel guides to know the popular places where they can sleep, relax, and dine. In addition, the guides also offer information on beautiful and interesting tourist spots that travelers can visit in the place.

Las Pinas – Mix of Music, History, and Industry

Las Pinas City has gone far from its early beginnings as a coastal town in Manila. It is now an industrial area that boasts of having the world famous Bamboo Organ. If you want to see the Spanish side of Philippine history, look at business opportunities, or perhaps would just love to hear good music have a look at Las Pinas — a good mix of history, culture, and industry.