Columbus II in Bantayan Island

Columbus II
Columbus II
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World Tour Cruise Ship Columbus II arrived in Santa Fe, Bantayan Island, Cebu at noontime on February 25, 2013. Guest passengers of the luxury ship were most coming from Australia, Germany and Switzerland. All passengers except some crews come ashore to experience and explore the island.

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How many Towns and Cities in Negros Oriental, Philippines?

Oriental Negros
Oriental Negros
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Negros Oriental is the eastern part of Negros and is the biggest city in the entire Negros Island dwelling with more than 1,300,000 majority Cebuano speaking people. The Eastern province of Negros is rich in agricultural resources like corn, coconut, abaca, flowers, vegetables and root crops which are the chief products aside from exotic fruits like rambutan and lanzones in the area. Most of Cebuanos are living by means of this livelihood. And in coastal areas, Cebuanos primary source of income is fishing while some are raising cattle.

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How many Towns and Cities in Negros Occidental, Philippines?

Negros Occidental Philippines
Negros Occidental Philippines
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Negros Occidental is one of the two Regions in Negros Island. Negros Occidental is situated in the western part of the island and the second largest province next to Cebu with 12 cities and 21 towns. In every towns and cities they have their own tradition and belief that observed and practiced every year that usually expressed in a form of their famous festivals that definitely became their primary attracttour.

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Negros Island Philippines

Map of Negros
Map of Negros
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Negros Island is the largest island of Central Visayas and the third largest island in the entire Philippine country and the second largest province next to Cebu with the land area of 13,328 km2. Negros is to be found in the southern part of Visayan Region of the Philippines.

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Ceres Liner Bus Schedule Bacolod to Cebu vice Versa

Villacar Transit Bus

Ceres liner Bus is the chief medium of transportation both people and goods in Negros Island. If one desires to visit Bacolod City, you can simply reach the beautiful “City of Smile” by riding the Ceres Bus. Bacoleño people were using Ceres Bus especially when one to go to Cebu and vice-versa. Below are the … Read more

Villacar Transit Incorporated is the Major Land Transport Company

Villacar Transit Bus
Villacar Transit Bus
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Villacar Transit Incorporated is running the Land Transport business and is the biggest company that provides safe services by moving both people and goods to different islands in the Philippines. The company is representing three major Land Transportations in the country. Villacar Transit Inc. was first established in 1968 with the main office in Ceres Road, Brgy. Mnasilingan, Bacolod City, followed by Rural Transit Mindanao Inc. in 1985 and the Bachelor Express in 1985 also.

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Bacolod-Silay Airport Flight Schedules: Philippine Airlines, Air Philippines and Cebu Pacific

Silay Airport
Silay Airport
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There are 3 major airlines serving the people not only in Negros Island and the whole Philippines but to all the people all over the world as well, knowing that Tourism Industry plays a vital role as an instrument for progress and development of the country.

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Bacolod City CITY of SMILE Philippines Tourist Spots Travel Guide and Travel Directories

Bacolod city Tourist Spots
Bacolod city Tourist Spots
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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.

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