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Bacolod City, located on Negros Island in the central Philippines, is a great choice for travellers seeking a mix of culture and history. Nicknamed the "City of Smiles" for its friendly locals, Bacolod offers attractions like The Ruins, a fascinating historical landmark that was once a grand sugar baron's mansion. Visitors can also explore the Negros Museum to learn about the island's indigenous cultures and Spanish colonial past. Foodies will enjoy Bacolod's famous Chicken Inasal, a delicious grilled chicken dish. Consider adding Bacolod City to your travel itinerary!

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Airports near Bacolod City

Planning a trip to Bacolod City? Enjoy flexibility with our selection of 4 airports, which offer different routes and options when travelling to Bacolod City.

Bacolod-Silay Airport

This is the closest airport to Bacolod City, located approximately 15 kilometres northeast of the city centre. It is a commercial passenger airport with regular domestic flights from major cities in the Philippines.


Iloilo International Airport

Located around 90 kilometres southeast of Bacolod City, Iloilo International Airport is another option for travellers. It offers both domestic and international flights, making it a convenient choice for those coming from other countries or regions.


Mactan-Cebu International Airport

Although a bit farther away, Mactan-Cebu International Airport is a major international airport in the Philippines. It is located on Mactan Island, around 150 kilometres southeast of Bacolod City. travellers can reach Bacolod City by taking a connecting flight from Cebu to Bacolod or by taking a ferry from Cebu to Bacolod.


Ninoy Aquino International Airport

If you are coming from abroad, you may consider flying into Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. From there, you can either take a connecting flight to Bacolod-Silay Airport or travel by land to Bacolod City, which is approximately 500 kilometres south of Manila.

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Things to do in Bacolod City

Discovering the many attractions of Bacolod City can be quite a task, so we've narrowed down our top 3:

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The Ruins

Discover the "Taj Mahal of Negros" in Talisay City, near Bacolod. The Ruins, a stunning architectural gem, showcases Italianate design with neo-Romanesque columns. Once a grand mansion, it was destroyed in World War II. Explore its lush gardens and capture its beauty at sunset. Perfect for photography lovers and couples seeking a romantic setting.

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MassKara Festival

Bacolod City, the "City of Smiles," hosts the lively MassKara Festival every October. With vibrant masks, flamboyant costumes, and Latin music, it's a colourful celebration of dance. Explore the bustling streets filled with food stalls, competitions, and parades, and immerse yourself in the warm hospitality of the locals.

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Negros Museum

Discover Bacolod's cultural and historical tapestry at the Negros Museum. Explore artifacts, artworks, and exhibits that depict the island's past, including its influential sugar industry. Immerse yourself in contemporary art and cultural events, gaining insight into the region's heritage and artistic talents.

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