Panagbenga 2014: The Baguio Flower Festival

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It was an amazing experience to be hosting this year’s Baguio Flower Festival also known as Panagbenga for the second time. The festivity showcases the culture and tradition of Baguio and Cordillera as a whole, with grand street and float parades as highlights of the event. Panagbenga is a Kankanaey term that means “a season of blossoming.”

No wonder, tourist arrival is always at its peak during February. Local and foreign tourists flock to the Philippines’ summer capital to witness the festival. The event also prides itself to be one of the most organized festivals in the country, according to the Department of Tourism.

Image Primera Morning Hosts: Alfie Tulagan & Jette Arcellana
Outfit by Narda’s, Baguio City Image Crowd at Igorot Garden

The festival runs over a month, with various events and activities within the city. One favorite event is the Session Road in Bloom where the premier street is being…

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