Panagbenga Festival – Baguio City Philippines

Panagbenga Festival: Baguio City, Philippines

Panagbenga Festival: Baguio City, Philippines is celebrated annually in Baguio City. Panagbenga means ‘season of blooming’ in Northern Dialect. Every February Baguio’s locals prepares for the coming of Panagbenga Festival every year, also known as Baguio Flower Festival.

Panagbenga Festival: Baguio City, Philippines

Panagbenga Festival: Baguio City, PhilippinesPanagbenga Festival: Baguio City, Philippines

Panagbenga Festival: Baguio City, Philippines

Panagbenga Festival: Baguio City, Philippines

Children and Young Adults are the majority of the participants of parades and shows. Floats are in parade of Thousands varieties of flowers.

There are several events that Baguio locals are celebrating together with the Panagbenga Festival like Bulaklak Rock Battle of the Bands at the Skating Rink; Local Arts Show at the People’s Park; Veteran Records Skateboard Competition at the Skating; Dolls of Japan Exhibit and Eiga Sai at the Baguio Convention Center Lobby; and Kitefest at the Athletic Bowl.

Here are the copyright photos shared by Photographer Mishale Aragoncillo.

Panagbenga Festival: Baguio City, PhilippinesBaguio City is 15,000 meters above sea level, having a normal temperature of 13.8-23.3 degree Celsius.

The lowest temperature recorded was 6.3 degree Celsius on January 18, 1961 and in contrast is 30.4 degrees Celsius last March 15, 1988 during El Niño Season*. (*Excerpt from Wikipedia)

It is the Summer Capital of the Philippines having the coldest temperature in the country, people are running up to the Baguio Heights to escape the Summer Heat!

Lyndsay is the mind behind this fashion blog, she also blogs about her travels on Discount Travel Blogger giving tips on how to explore the world as cheap as possible. She has earned units in Masters in Psychology, designs websites and graphics, online marketer, YouTuberand a singer by heart.
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3 comments

  1. it was nice featuring panagbengga festival on your site… the photos was nice….

  2. Thanks Shaine! Photos featured in this post are courtesy of Mishale Aragoncillo. She is such a great friend and she is cool giving me the permission to use her copyright photos on my blog!

  3. it is great hearing good things about the philippines as negative stories from the past will hurt future tourism.I after only 2 months in the country have decided to settle down in oriental mindoro.A beautiful eco friendly fishing village called sinanadigan beach near sabang,puerto galera .monkeys -kingfisher birds -butterflies abound here .A quiet and peaceful village -friendly locals -no traffic and beaches galore .So anybody heading to the philippines should come visit and stay at tuna joe backpackers in the village

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