Baguio City tourism officer Benny Alhambra on Monday said that the first edition of “Camelot on the Lake” was able to provide a unique entertainment to visitors and residents Sunday night as they celebrated Valentines Day.
He estimated more than 2,000 who watched the musical play of artists at the center of Burnham Park lagoon which was actually one of the new features of the on-going Baguio Flower Festival known as “Panagbenga”.
Art and cultural shows abound in this city throughout the year as Baguio is known to be among the best destination of world tours.
It also ranks high among the cities in the country where local artists try to provide not only entertainment but cultural renaissance.
According to Alhambra, due to the good start of arrivals of visitors since February 1 for the festival, “we are optimistic to reach the average of one million visitors to be in our city during this summer.”
The main highlights of the Panagbenga festival 2010 will be on February 27 and 28 where the flower festival street dancing and grand float parade will take place. (PNA) Photos courtesy of City of Pines