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LOOK: Here’s one of the reasons why you need to visit Baguio this yuletide season

by | Lifestyle

Dec. 08, 19 | 6:49 pm

Photo credit: Baguio Public Information Office

Baguio City is one of the known tourist destinations in the country.

Recently, cops there have also become one of the reasons why you need to visit the place.

A photo uploaded by netizen Ivan Rey and re-uploaded by The Philippine Star has earned praises on Facebook on Sunday.

According to Ivan Rey, the wearing of this traditional clothing is making him proud to be a Cordilleran.

The two police officers, who were captured wearing g-strings and traditional Cordillera tapis (indigenous skirts), are tourist police in the city.

There were close to 40 police who are manning key tourist destinations in the summer capital since the Baguio City Police Office relaunched the city’s tourism police force more than a month ago.

“The Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) will field in additional tourist police personnel in native attire to demonstrate the Cordillera brand of caring and, at the same time, promote the region’s unique culture,” they said in its caption.

The yuletide is a peak season in Baguio where hundreds of tourists flock to experience the cool weather.

Some netizens have also shared photos with these tourist police that has become an added attraction as well to the travelers and locals in the city.

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