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What to do in Bacolod
Bacolod City is known for many things that will charm any traveller. From beautiful churches and buildings, exciting festivals, and the tastiest food scene, it’s not hard to smile during your trip in the Philippines’ City of Smiles.
Start you Bacolod journey by crossing off the city’s iconic spots from your travel itinerary. There’s San Sebastian Cathedral, Santa Clara Chapel, Palacio Episcopal, and the Fountain of Justice.
Experience the urban side of Bacolod by visiting the Bacolod City New Government Centre, plus the Capitol Park and lagoon of the Negros Occidental Provincial Capitol Building too.
Get a glimpse of Bacolod’s glorious history next. Hop on a jeepney and check out the Mariano Ramos Ancestral House, Yulo Ancestral House, and the towering Lizares-Rodriguez Mansion. When in Bacolod, take a trip to the nearby town of Talisay to see The Ruins, which is known as the Taj Mahal of the Philippines.
If you’re travelling with kids, stop by and say hello to the animals at Negros Forests and Ecological Foundation and Mt Kanlaon Natural Park. The breathtaking scenery of the park’s landscape of forests and Kanlaon Volcano is also a great bonus for visitors.
Foodies are in for a treat in Bacolod. Get your fill of the city’s popular chicken inasal, the freshest seafood, and the sweetest desserts from the sugar capital of the Philippines.
Do you want more of booming Bacolod? Then check out this list of 70 things to do in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental.
When to visit Bacolod
There are two seasons in Bacolod City. The wet season is from May to January and dry season is from February to April. You might think the best time to visit Bacolod is during the dry season, but you’ll experience cooler temperatures during wet season too, with December and January being the coolest months. But if you’re looking for more excitement, book your Bacolod flights for October so you can join the colourful MassKara Festival.
Grab your passport now because Singapore passport holders can fly to the Philippines and travel to Bacolod visa-free for up to 30 days. Get more travel info by visiting the Embassy of the Philippines in Singapore.
Travelling to and around Bacolod
Your flight from Singapore will be bound for the Bacolod-Silay International Airport, where you can reach Bacolod’s town centre by shuttle van, taxi, motorized tricycle, and jeepney. Start wandering and travel around Bacolod by jeepney, taxi, or tricycle.
From its grand MassKara Festival and famous chicken inasal, get ready to taste the best of Bacolod! So go book your Bacolod flights with Skiddoo today, and score cheap flights like our other happy customer on Skiddoo reviews.
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