Join the MassKara Festival.
If you want to encounter Bacolod completely, tour the Negros Occidental metropolis in the time of the Masskara Festival. Had each October, the festival is one of the joyful and liveliest revelries in the nation, consisting of road festivities, vibrant processions, mardi gras, performances, and occasions that get everyone together — even if you’re a visitor or native. It’s a month-long festival.
Visit the “Taj Mahal of Negros”.
India is not the only destination with a Taj Mahal. Ok, perhaps Negros Occidental’s isn’t known as the Taj, but it certainly works for the similar cause — to commemorate the memory of an adored one. The border of the house remains standing today and is identified as one of the most captivating wrecks in the world.
Dine at Manokan Country.
You haven’t truly toured Bacolod if you haven’t attempted their well-known Chicken Inasal. And there is no better location to have your fix than in Manokan Country. From its brand, the Chicken Country is a food compound with plenty of food booths.
Go museum hopping.
Silay City, a portion of the Bacolod Metropolis region, is recognized for its galleries and heritage locations. Labeled as the “base of arts, lifestyle, and wildlife tourism in Western Visayas”, the metropolis is one of two “Museum Cities” acknowledged by the National Historical Organization having around 30 inheritance homes and galleries.
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