The City of Bacolod in Negros Occidental prioritizes the importance of education on students by featuring world-class universities and colleges. As part of a highly efficient and productive Bacolod education system, these educational institutions provide young individuals good quality education and unforgettable learning experiences. Schools like University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, University of Saint La Salle and La Consolacion College-Bacolod aim to teach students how to become morally responsible, mature and competitive professionals.
Bacolod City is a highly urbanized area in Negro Occidental that features numerous shopping places like malls, souvenir shops and showrooms. Tourists who want to purchase keepsakes and souvenir items that were manufactured by local exporters can always go to the popular Negros Showroom. To have an enjoyable and relaxing time, travelers are encouraged to check the retail stores and dining establishments inside the inviting Bacolod shopping malls Robinson’s Place and Gaisano Mall.
The Bacolod Adventist Medical Center is the only ISO 9001:2000 certified hospital in Central Philippines. Riverside Medical Center Hospital is one of the top medical facilities in Bacolod City.
Lists some of the spots tourists should visit whenever they intend to travel to Bacolod. Some sightseeing, sampling the local cuisine and a bit of interaction with the locals is what makes a great trip to Bacolod.
Sipaway Island and Sipalay Beach although they sound the same are two different Bacolod destinations that will allow you to bask in the sun the whole day should you decide to, or engage in several water sports all in one day. Beaches are among the favorite Bacolod destinations because of the untainted water, diverse marine life, accessibility from the city and the warmth exuded by the locals.
Bacolod City has been one of the best cities in the Philippines for being a grand slam recipient of being the greenest and the cleanest highly urbanized place. The grandeur of Bacolod City is the best reason why it was dubbed as the ‘City of Smiles’.