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Police Major Jerry Haduca of the Mountain Province Police office extends the apology to members of people's organizations after a dialogue at the Sagada Municipal Hall also attended by local officials, military officers, and civic leaders
Mayor James Pooten says the suspension will be in effect indefinitely
These female artisans are partnering in an exhibit called 'Sagada Earthbenders' from May 26 to June 16 at the Sierra Madre Pottery Studio gallery in Mandaluyong
Sagada is at the forefront of limiting tourists in the area ever since 'That Thing Called Tadhana' hit theaters in 2014, creating a spike in tourist arrivals in the town
Parking will not be allowed in all major roads, sidewalks and other passages in Sagada from 6 am to 8:30 pm. This means, tourists are advised to walk or take public transport.
The Sagada tourism council, regional Department of Tourism representatives, and stakeholders have met to discuss the situation, especially with more visitors expected during the Christmas holidays
All tours are temporarily prohibited at Kiltepan Peak – that spot made famous by the movie 'That Thing Called Tadhana'
Sagada officials say that the Belgian embassy in Manila conveyed its appreciation for the final rites given to its national, Rouben Marc
'The above-named individuals tagged in the list are personally known to this body and to the community of Sagada as common and law-abiding citizens,' says the Sagada Municipal Council
Ely Buendia, Gary Valenciano, and more – here's a look back at Sagada's 'Concert in the Clouds'
Here are all the artists who will be at 'A Concert in the Clouds'
The Coffee Heritage Project is a simple movement that promotes a fruitful collaboration amongst partner farmers scientists soil specialists etymologists and any person who has the heart for uplifting the value of Philippine coffee
Roderick Malecdan s body is found lodged between rocks which had gone underwater after strong rains hit the town and inundated parts of the cave
UPDATED Bana’s Café received the Medaille Gourmet in the International Contest of Coffees Roasted in their Countries of Origin organized by the Agency for the Valorization of Agricultural Products
The police chief s adopted name Moling means unbreakable or firm
Robert Pangod a Sagada tourism officer says Sagada is accommodating more tourists this Holy Week a likely result of the success of a film being shot in the area
Helpful tips for a positive and fruitful trip to Sagada home to spectacular views and breathtaking natural wonders
The figures for the peak months tie nicely with the fact that the romance movie That Thing Called Tadhana was released in February 2015
A few weeks before Sagada s Etag Festival officials ask tourists to respect the town s attractions
The Philippines is indeed golden beaches swaying palm trees and beaming smiles… but it is so much more than this as well writes Will Hatton
A photo exhibit entitled Uncharted: MDM 2015 Goes Off the Beaten Track show the experiences of the Master in Development Management MDM class of 2015 during their immersion in 9 different provinces
I have been inside over thirty caves; this one topped them all thee times over
Traveling to Sagada for Holy Week? Book in advance
UPDATED Suspected communist rebels attack a military convoy bearing soldiers who had just attended the Youth Leadership Summit at the Sagada National High School
The state university will also review the test and the questions to make it less achievement based and more aptitude based
Having traveled 80 of 81 provinces in the Philippines Che Gurrobat now shares what she thinks are great cool weather destinations to visit when the summer heat gets to be a bit too much
Revisit the origins and the stories behind notable, unique and historical cemeteries in the country
Bombs were dropped in full view of villagers in Northern Sagada writes Dom an Macagne who heads the Kasiyana Peace and Healing Initiative
When we bid goodbye she kissed our foreheads and hugged us That made me feel as if I was leaving home
We live in such a beautiful country and to be able to capture this on film has been an honor
A pop culture compilation puts tribal burial caves in northern Luzon at the top of the list
Who would want to wake up so early when the cold weather is inviting you to stay in bed?