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Stations in Bacolod  

MWGR+M6 Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippineslogo
MWMQ+PG Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippineslogo
New Bacolod-Silay International Airport, Airport Road, Silay City, 6116 Negros Occidental, Philippineslogo
Bacolod, Lungsod ng Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippineslogo
Port of San Carlos, Sofronio Carmona Street S Carmona St, San Carlos City, 6127 Negros Occidental, Philippineslogo
Banago Port, Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippineslogo
Bacolod Port, Bacolod, 6100, Philippineslogo
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Bacolod at a glance

High season

June - Nov
Place you can't miss
The Ruins
Local currency
PHP
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Many travellers may expect the "same old, same old" from the Filipino islands: white beaches, blue waters, and Spanish influence. Of course, while all of that is still evident in Bacolod, this island takes a really special turn. Bacolod is considered to be, by many, “the city of smiles”. This name doesn’t come just from the friendly nature of Bacolodians. Once a year, there’s a festival called the “Masskara”. This festival originated quite recently and aided the city to come out of financial ruin. Nowadays, Bacolod presents pride in their identities and happiness with a colorful parade, filled with extravagant, neon costumes, magical dancing, and smiling masks galore.

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It's frequently not working, intermittent or very slow, especially in the provinces (Palawan being the poster child for dysfunctional wi-fi). That huge caveat aside, most hotels, cafes and restaurants in touristy areas and provincical centres provide free wi-fi. For smartphone users, local SIM cards with data (4G) are easy to purchase, and data is cheap at less than P50 per day. You can still find internet cafes in most decent-sized cities. Business hotels and an increasing number of boutique hotels and hostels have computers for guests to use. Most travellers also surf the net using 3G or 4G mobile phone connections.

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