Bacolod, Philippines Guide

Bacolod, Philippines Guide

Here's a travel guide to my hometown, Bacolod City, for first-time travelers who are heading there or planning a visit there.

Here's a travel guide to my hometown, Bacolod City, for first-time travelers who are heading there or planning a visit there.

The Ruins of The Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson Mansion, just outside Bacolod City, Philippines ( by arijitdas)

The Ruins of The Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson Mansion, just outside Bacolod City, Philippines ( by arijitdas)

12 Things to do When Visiting Bacolod City – THE HAPPY TRIP

12 Things to do When Visiting Bacolod City – THE HAPPY TRIP

April 24 - 25, 2017 : Bacolod #vsco #vscopic #vscocam #vscofilter #vscophotos #travel #adventure #cebu #philippines #photography #bacolod #yolo #wanderlust #journey #local #outdoor #view #scenery #toledo #port #clouds #sky #blue #boats #summer #heat #random #yolo #hahahha http://tipsrazzi.com/ipost/1505961573016400124/?code=BTmQBJdB_D8

April 24 - 25, 2017 : Bacolod #vsco #vscopic #vscocam #vscofilter #vscophotos #travel #adventure #cebu #philippines #photography #bacolod #yolo #wanderlust #journey #local #outdoor #view #scenery #toledo #port #clouds #sky #blue #boats #summer #heat #random #yolo #hahahha http://tipsrazzi.com/ipost/1505961573016400124/?code=BTmQBJdB_D8

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Why “The Ruins” of Bacolod Was Built and Why You Need to Visit it | PH Travel Express

Why “The Ruins” of Bacolod Was Built and Why You Need to Visit it | PH Travel Express

Mambukal Resort, Bacolod

Mambukal Resort, Bacolod

The Masskara (a combination of the English word “mass” and the Spanish “kara,” meaning “face”) is a Festival that started in the early 1980s, when world prices for sugar plummeted; and Bacolod City, the country’s sugar capital, was hit by a major crisis. The city government and artists banded together to find ways to lift the people’s spirits (not to mention their deteriorating economy), so they decided to throw a party!

The Masskara (a combination of the English word “mass” and the Spanish “kara,” meaning “face”) is a Festival that started in the early 1980s, when world prices for sugar plummeted; and Bacolod City, the country’s sugar capital, was hit by a major crisis. The city government and artists banded together to find ways to lift the people’s spirits (not to mention their deteriorating economy), so they decided to throw a party!

Masskara Festival at Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines

Masskara Festival at Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines

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