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From the Editor-in-Chief: What Makes Bacolod Tick (Last of 4 Parts)


From the Editor-in-Chief

As the entry point to the Province of Negros Occidental, Bacolod City offers a wide of tour within and outside the city. Below are sample itineraries for a do-it-yourself city tour. But we recommend the services of a tour agency to help you with your tours particularly the various eco-tourism and special interest tours that Bacolod and its environs and nearby towns and cities could offer.

From the Editor-in-Chief: What Makes Bacolod Tick (Part III)


From the Editor-in-Chief

Fountain of Justice - In front of the Bacolod City Hall, the former site of the old City Hall

The New Government Center - At present a sight to behold, rising from out of the open space of fresh greenery, catching the attention of passersby who sometimes call it THE WHITE HOUSE.

From the Editor-in-Chief: » What Makes Bacolod Tick (Part II)

From the Editor-in-Chief

Our First tourism column in the July 19 NDB issue titled “Negros Occ. Ranks Second Among the Most Visited Destination” has elicited more interest and curiosity in the tourist lures of its capital city, recently dubbed “Most Liveable City in the Country” among other destinctions including “City of Smiles.”

From the Editor-in-Chief: Negros Occ Ranks Second Among the Most Visited Destinations

From the Editor-in-Chief

It is no wonder that Negros Occ. earned its rank among the most visited last year.

IIt was Gov. Alfredo Marañon, Jr. who relayed to Abdulkadi Guialani, head of the PNP Regional Internal Affairs Service Region 18 that Negros Occ. is the second Most Visited Destination among domestic visitors in 2016, as per data from the Philippine Statistics Authority and Department of Tourism. Guilani paid a courtesy call at the Governor’s office Thursday. With Gov at the visit was DA OPA Japhet Masculino.

From the Editor-in-Chief

From the Editor-in-Chief

Campuestohan Highland Resort, aside from being truly the perfect getaway for those who enjoy the cool atmosphere of nature, is also a gourmet haven for food connoisseurs.

One of the resorts greatest assets are the owners themselves who enjoy cooking and serving delicious food specialties to friends and associates.

This is why it is not surprising if the dishes served at Campuestohan Highland Resort are truly exceptional in taste and quality.

NDB sports-writer James Toga take a selfie shot with the birthday celebrant Gladys Leonardo for souvenir at the main entrance of Campuestohan Highland Resort in Talisay City.*