Articles about Baguio City

It’s not worth the risk
Heads up to any motorists planning to head up to Baguio for the Undas holiday weekend: The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has closed Kennon Road to vehicles, due to dangers brought about by Typhoon Rosita.The agency made the
Iñigo Anton is a kid to watch
Anybody who has followed Philippine motorsports over the last two decades knows that Carlos Anton is a force to be reckoned with. The lowdown: He's a multi-awarded racer in various racing disciplines, ranging from slalom to touring cars. I know
Toyota PH lets us find out
There are certain benchmarks on which cars are measured by across the globe. High-performance carmakers, for example, will often flaunt their model's Nurburgring lap record if it manages to cross the Green Hell in good time.On a smaller
The requirements are unique
Highlanders have a unique set of criteria when it comes to choosing a vehicle. The roads leading into the Mountain Province have since been paved, but old habits die hard. Back in the day, if you didn't have a 4x4 vehicle
The country's oldest mountain highway
Kennon Road, the legendary stretch of road in Benguet province, is now one step closer to being declared a national heritage zone. The House of Representatives has just approved on the second reading House Bill 7502, which identifies the Kennon heritage zone
Road-widening of national highways continue
The nationwide road-widening project, which began in earnest in 2013 continues, and the physical motoring landscape is indeed changing. It isn't only us car guys who miss the nostalgia and romance of driving along tree-lined highways. Various historical preservation
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