The Negros Trade Fair is one of the much-awaited and longest-running provincial trade fair held annually in Metro Manila since 1985. This year’s theme will pay tribute to the sugar industry through encouraging its exhibitors to make use of sugar, its components, as inspiration for their new product innovations. Get ready to see, taste, and … Continue reading NEGROS TRADE FAIR 2018: Features The Best of Negros Island!
This is the awesome view of Capitol Park and Lagoon from SEDA Capitol Central located in an enviable central prime corner spot of Lacson Street and North Capitol Road in Bacolod. It’s the perfect place to stay during the Masskara festival in October and to be your home when going on a food trip in Bacolod. … Continue reading SEDA Bacolod Room 715 and Why this is the Best Place to Stay in Bacolod?
Going to Bacolod for Masskara? Make sure to drop by these nearby attractions! Bacolod is the gateway of Negros Occidental. Known as the “City of Smiles” and the “Sugar Capital Philippines”, its a land blessed with wealth, charm in its people, and pride in its cuisine! From historic sites and trekking adventures, to places to … Continue reading 10 Awesome Things to Do Around Bacolod and Silay! @TourismPHL
Craving for Silay delicacies? Find all of these–from piaya, inasal, and lumpia ubod, to pancit molo, batchoy, guapple pie, and pili squares–in one place! Silay City is not just the land of wealthy hacienderos, it is also rich in history and heirloom recipes that have withstood the test of time and have become the present … Continue reading SILAY FOOD GUIDE: What to Eat in Silay & KAON TA! Food Festival? @TourismPHL
Bacolod City has always been one of the most visited destinations in Negros Island, and with the Maskarra festival fast approaching, it can be hard to book a room. While there are many choices of hostels and backpacker hotels within Bacolod, some of them are either too far away from the city or are a … Continue reading White Hotel vs. Hometown: The Old and New Backpacker Hotels in Bacolod City!
Bacolod Series in Our Awesome Planet: • BACOLOD FOOD TRIP: Eat Like a Local in Bacolod! • MASSKARA: Our Awesome Guide to Bacolod’s MassKara Festival! • SILAY FOOD GUIDE: What to Eat in Silay & KAON TA! Food Festival? • LAKAWON: Negros’ Secret Paradise Retreat & TawHai Floating Bar! • 10 Awesome Places to Visit Around Bacolod! • White Hotel … Continue reading BACOLOD: Food & Festival Guide of Masskara Festival! (VIDEO)
By Abigail Javellana Bacolod is a foodie haven and food is central to the MassKarra Festival experience. Check out our list of favorite local finds… Bacolod Series in Our Awesome Planet: • BACOLOD FOOD TRIP: Eat Like a Local in Bacolod! • MASSKARA: Our Awesome Guide to Bacolod’s MassKara Festival! • SILAY FOOD GUIDE: What to Eat in … Continue reading BACOLOD FOOD TRIP: Eat Like a Local in Bacolod! @TourismPHL
By Abigail Javellana Experience 20 days of merry making with street parties, endless food, and wonderful masquerade costumes that make up Bacolod City’s MassKara Festival. It is considered by the likes of CNN and National Geographic as a must do experience when visiting the Philippines. The celebration starts between Oct 1 to 19, with the … Continue reading MASSKARA: Our Awesome Guide to Bacolod’s MassKara Festival! @TourismPHL
By Abigail Javellana THE RUINS Visiting Bacolod City won’t be complete without having a trip to The Ruins of Talisay City. Built by the Sugar Baron Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson in 1911 as a testament to his ill-fated love Maria Braga. The Mansion’s history is comparably similar to the Taj Mahal of India. Our Awesome Guide … Continue reading TOURIST SPOTS: Essential Heritage Sites to Visit in Bacolod! @TourismPHL
By Abigail Javellana Your Bacolod trip wouldn’t be complete without bringing a piece of Bacolod. From freshly baked pies and desserts, local delicacies and famous colorful MassKara Mask. Our Awesome Guide to Bacolod City and the Masskara Festival BACOLOD: Food & Festival Guide of Masskara Festival! (VIDEO) BACOLOD: Our Awesome Guide to MassKara Festival! BACOLOD … Continue reading PASALUBONG: What to Bring Back Home from Bacolod? @TourismPHL