Dolphin and Whale Watching is considered the number one attracttour of Bais City, Negros Oriental, Philippines. Most of the visitors both domestic and foreign who came to visit the home of dolphins and Whales in Bais City cannot afford to miss the exciting adventure of Dolphin and Whale Watching to the marine sanctuary of Tañon Strait.
Negros Oriental is endowed with many attracttours and interesting scenic sights that need to visit and discover. If you’re a lover of nature and if you’re a traveler, Negros Oriental is the place for you to visit and discover because this island has so many places and interesting sights to offer to both domestic and foreign visitors. The chief attracttours of the island includes the almost incomparable waterfalls of Pulangbato and Casaroro located in Valencia, the waterfalls in neighboring place of the well-known 8,000 feet skyline, the Mt. Kanlaon are the Pantao and Quipot located in Canlaon City, the Dolphin & Whale Watching in Bais City, the Manjuyod White Sand Bar and also the Bird Sanctuary and Mangrove Forest Park of Bais City.
The award winning singer, speaker and international recording artist from Celebration Church in Auburn California recently hold a live free gospel concert on January 11, 2013 at Carlos Hilado Momorial State College Fortune Towne Branch, Bacolod City.
Cebu City Sinulog is celebrated in many different ways. Usually during the festival the groups of dancers from various sectors of the city joining the Street Dancing Competition would enjoy dancing on the street with the timing of the drum beats.
Sinulog Festival 2013 in Cebu City is the most celebrated festivity in the whole Philippines that causes massive attraction both domestic and foreign visitors. On the day of celebration the heart of the city is flooded with thousands of people specially those streets near the Basilica del Santo Niño church where the Child King is being placed for dwelling. The long procession of Santo Niño passing in different streets of the city is one of the reasons for the massive increase of people coming to join the parade to fulfill their vows.
Bacolod City is best described as the “City of Smile” which means that inhabitants of the land are smiling or in other words, Bacoleño people are very friendly, approachable and hospitable. And because of this, Bacolod City is recognized as the “Best Place to Live in the Philippines”.
Bacolod City is well-known also because of its famous Masskara Festival which is celebrated every 3rd week of October.