Bacolod City is notable for its MassKara Festival held during the third week of October and is known for being a relatively friendly city, as it bears the nickname “The City of Smiles”. The city is also famous for its local delicacies piaya, cansi, and chicken inasal.

Silay is often referred to as the “Paris of Negros” due to its artists, cultural shows and large collection of perfectly preserved heritage houses. More than thirty of these houses have been declared by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.

Reminders:

  1. Bring extra cloths, drinking bottle and wear comfortable shoes.
  2. Prepare to walk around.
  3. Be open to try foods that are unusual to you and learn the history and story of the places you will be visiting.
  4. Be mindful of your belongings.
  5. Prepare to eat a lot of foods.

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Negros Museum and Sharyn’s Cansi

The Ruins and Man

Hofilena Mansion and Balay Puti


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Bacolod:

  • Shary’s Cansi
  • The Negros Museum
  • Negros Forest Park
  • Capitol Forest Park & Lagoon
  • Calea Pastries & Coffee
  • 21 Restaurant
  • Manokan Country

Silay City:

  • Balay Negrense
  • Bernardino Jalandoni Museum
  • El Ideal Bakery

Talisay City

  • The Ruins
PASALUBONG RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Piaya – Bongbong’s Piaya and Barquillos
  • Napoleones – Merzci’s Pasalubong
  • Biscocho & Barquillos – Sugarlandia Barquillos
  • Ensaymada – Felicia’s Pastry Shop



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