The focal point of the logo is the Rizal Monument—the imposing, white obelisk in the plaza that symbolizes the city itself because the overall structure and design are distinctive compared to other monuments built in other places in the Philippines. Spreading out of the monument are rice fields defining that Baybay is primarily an agricultural … Continue reading Baybay City: The Meaning Behind The Logo and Its Symbols
Baybay is still a 9-year old city but it has already been a century since it was officially declared as a town in Leyte. The name of the city has forever deduced not just its visitors, but the locals alike on the origin of its fascinating name. For many generations, there are several stories abound. … Continue reading History: Why Is Baybay City Named Baybay?
Baybay isn't just all about being the second largest city in Leyte Island in terms of land area. It is also an important seaport in the province with interisland ferries that ply to Cebu City. Baybay cannot rival with the country's biggest cities but there are certain facts that make the city truly noteworthy that … Continue reading 5 Important Facts You Need To Know About Baybay City in Leyte
Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher, is quoted as saying "change is the only constant in life." Listed below are things & places in Baybay City that can no longer be seen today in 2017. Buildings at A. Bonifacio Street co. Rizal Boulevard Today, the building on the left is now a 3-storey commercial space and a … Continue reading In Photos: Things You Can No Longer See In Baybay City Today