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Single people visit Baguio to forget and find themselves

Baguio City is now a destination for tourists who want to forget the bitterness of love.

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Baguio is not only the best tourist destination in the Philippines every summer, it is also a destination for people who want to forget the bitterness of love. Tourists with cold lovelifes, if you will. Maybe they're a contributing factor why the temperature in Baguio keeps on dropping? Kidding!

With temperatures dipping almost 9.4 degrees Celsius, many tourists still visit Baguio City, the so-called “Summer Capital of the Philippines”.

According to GMA 24 Hours, many of the single tourists and those in a relationship are coming to Baguio for a stroll, and even have the opportunity to reflect and be alone.

During the tour and questioning of 24 Hours reporter Darlene Cay, she learned that most of the singles who came to Baguio were trying to forget and find themselves.

According to interviewees of the Kapuso reporter, due to the chill and beautiful atmosphere of city of Pines, it is said to be perfect for singles and couples alike.

"Because in Baguio, in the cold, you can think carefully, this is the perfect place for you to find yourself," said an interviewed single.

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Baguio City

According to the report, it is also advisable to go to Baguio for two things — to remember and to forget. In an interview with a young couple, the man admitted that he had taken his girlfriend to Baguio so that they would have memories of their romance.

Traveling to Baguio is also a good idea if you want to forget the bitterness of love. With a lot of good places to check out, it is best to only replace the bad memories with good ones while in Baguio.

Watch the full news here.

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Baguio City


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