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Stations in Dumaguete  

Port of Dumaguete City Flores Ave, Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippineslogo
Dumaguete–Sibulan Airport, Sibulan, 6201 Negros Oriental, Philippineslogo
Dumaguete Port, Dumaguete Port Road, Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippineslogo
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Dumaguete at a glance

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Dec - Feb
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Mt. Talinis
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In order to explain the feelings Dumaguete stirs up upon visiting, one must simply refer to the city as a sleepy, college town. The locals are known for the kind and welcoming nature, and their intelligent residents (as Dumaguete is the university center of the southern islands). The air and streets are quite clean, and the city center is in close proximity to many natural wonders. Visit in the month of October to catch the “festival of festivals”, the Buglasan”, where live music and busy costumes fill up the central streets of Dumaguete, like the boulevard of Rizal. Dumaguete is also in close proximity to many extraordinary vistas, including volcanoes, ridges, and mangroves.

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