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In support of the local community and businesses who thrived during and after the pandemic, we have launched the “Rewarding Moment” contest and raffle game.  Negrenses can take part in the raffle game simply by flexing and sharing a photo of their most rewarding moment in a cafe or restaurant, doing the activities they love or going to their favorite spots in and around Bacolod.
Rewarding Moment is a celebration of moving forward after overcoming the hurdles and challenges of the past year and rewarding one another for sheer tenacity and resilience in the face of adversities.

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27 Things to do in Bacolod

Bacolod City – Negros Occidental is a wonderful place to travel and explore because it has a lot of hidden spots or places that will surely surprise or captivate you…We have gathered a list of the things, places and food we tried and visited that we personally liked and recommend to help visitors navigate their way around and give them a feel of what it’s like to be a local.

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As the capital city of the province of Negros Occidental, Bacolod invites you to take a breather and enjoy a slower-paced lifestyle in a mix of urban and rural setting.

Dubbed as the sugar capital of the Philippines for its sugar cane industry which also brought about the city’s golden age of prestige and wealth during a time of great demand for sugar in the international market. Perhaps, this has also greatly influenced the people’s preference for sweet culinary dishes which earned its moniker as the Land of Sweet People. Bacolod is also famous for their Chicken Inasal and Masskara festival.

Most of the attractions within the city proper may not be that visually captivating but it holds a historical and cultural significance among the locals and the city itself serves as a good base entry in reaching the best tourist spots in Negros. So for the travel geeks, do not miss an opportunity to try out Bacolod’s delicacies or stop by the Negros Museum which provides a portal to the life, history, culture and arts of Negros island and if you happen to be on the streets, be on the lookout for a family mausoleum which interestingly is situated on a highway intersection, the Familia Luzuriaga cemetery which is the only one in the world.


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