Bacolod is known by most people due to its fun and colorful event which is the MassKara Festival. But those who have been to Bacolod knows that smiles are not the only ones that are sweet, but a variety of foods as well. Some even jokingly say that when they go home they would need to get some insulin shots! While that is a bit of an exaggeration, Bacolod sure does have a lot of sweet...Read More
The festival itself is more than just a fancy celebration. There’s a deeper reason why one should leave their home for a while and indulge in the beautiful scenery of Masskara in Bacolod City. While you can celebrate the festival making restless euphoric moments all day and night long. You could take a step back and rather attend events that puts you in awe, reconnecting you back to...Read More
October is here! What makes you feel excited about the month? Perhaps, for some, October is a preparation for the incoming trick or treat Halloween event. But there’s another excitement brewing in the city of Smiles — the Masskara Festival!
The Masskara festival is an event anticipated by both locals and foreign tourists. For those who are coming to Bacolod to celebrate the Masskara,...Read More
Sipalay City is a great place to travel for those who love adventure, beaches and spending some time appreciating nature’s beauty. Languages spoken and understood are Hiligaynon, Ilonggo, Cebuano, and English.
Sipalay City is considered as a premier tourist destination in Negros Occidental and is being called as “The Jewel of the Sugar Island” and is also dubbed as the...Read More
If you are looking for a place to spend the night with some friends drinking while listening to good music Chateau Al Fresco Restobar is a great place to go. The first thing that would catch your attention when you go there would be the Wine Room in the elevated area. A variety of different wines are lined up by the walls and shelves carefully placed. While on the opposite side a live band...Read More
Of red dresses, red lanterns, red envelopes, red-coloured food stalls, red dragon costumes, etc. These are some of the things that you can see in Bacolod City every February! This month marks the Bacolaodiat Festival of the Negrenses unmasking the strong bond between two cultures, Filipino and Chinese. Red is splattered everywhere! According to Andie Codie, red is the first color of spring....Read More
Sometimes all you need is a splash of colour! Another festival is making its name known around the world with its interesting and enjoyable feature! Festival enthusiasts from around the world, party goers, people from different generations, tourists flocks together to celebrate this Festival in Negros Occidental.
The festival is originally called the “Ati Atihan” Festival. But an event way...Read More