The Panagbenga Festival is Baguio's most sought-after annual event that attracts millions of tourists to the summer capital. It naturally results to heavy traffic within the city. Fortunately, visitors won't have to worry about that as Grab Philippines brings you GrabHorse – and they’re dead serious.
This new limited time service will give you a free ride if you're within Wright Park, Mines View, The Mansion, and Pacdal Area from February 26 to 28, 2016.
GrabHorse is a great way to experience Baguio without spending a single cent. We think that riding horses could be a brilliant idea as you can Indiana Jones your way over stuck cars during the parade. Kidding aside, just book it using the Grab application on your smartphone from 8AM to 12NN and from 2PM to 6PM.
Grab Philippines is a ride-sharing company has been known to devise ingenious ways to either help navigate through heavy traffic (GrabBike), ensure comfort and safety of clients (GrabCar), swiftly deliver things within the city (GrabExpress), and fulfill your dream of riding a helicopter (GrabHeli).
With GrabHorse within their arsenal, Grab Philippines promises a fun stay during the festival. Don't forget to take a picture with your horse of choice and share it on social media with the hashtag #GrabHorse.
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