Waling-Waling is a common name in the Philippines for Vanda Sandriana. Your plant is deffinately not a
V. Sandriana. I once had a plant like yours (which I collected in the Philippines) but it went to Orchid heaven so have lost the name - will try to look it up for you if someone does not identify it . Unfortunately jungle collectors in the the PI know that V. Sandriana is very valuable and many will sell you most anything and claim it is V Sandriana or Walling Walling.
Usual Vanda Sanderiana blooming season is between July up to October and sometimes on February and March. That looks like a hybrid of vanda sanderiana and another vanda. Spur on lip is noticeable (whereas pure sanderiana has no hint of spur on lip).
Thanks for your reply! My mom used to grow orchids but when she passed away a few years back no one took care of her plants. I'm really quite fascinated with the Waling-waling since I haven't really seen one. So I was kinda excited when my aunt mentioned that she had some in full bloom in her garden. Was kinda disappointed since its flowers where had a pointed shape and the images I saw had a rounder shape. That's why I asked for the group's help so I can inform my Aunt.