Usually held during the month of February, the Panagbenga Festival features various array of floral floats and cultural dances. Baguio City is the summer capital of the Philippines. It is estimated that the city is at an altitude of 1500 meters (5,100 ft.) in a moist tropical pine forest conducive to the growth of mossy plants and orchids nestled within the Cordillera Central mountain range of northern Luzon. To a large extent the city is built on a hilly terrain and this is reflected in the network of snaking roads that criss-cross the city.
Since February 1995, this flower festival has not failed to draw many people from different parts of the country because of its unique offering. This year, our very own Assemblies of God churches in Baguio got their hearts together and put up an A/G float as a testimony of God’s goodness to the people of Baguio.