Top 6 attractions you must visit in Negros Oriental
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About Negros Oriental
Negros Oriental is a province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas region. Negros is the second-largest island in the Visayas and fourth-largest island in the Philippines.
Attractions in Negros Oriental
Apo Island is in the province of Negros Oriental, in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines. Apo is a tiny island with a small beach. The small town uses gathered rainwater as tap water. There is electricity only 3 hours a day, and there is no wifi connectivity (except for liberty lodge, and it is strictly for hotel guests only—eating at their restaurant will not grant you access to the wifi).
One of the most visited tourist spots in NEgros Oriental is the twin lakes of Sibulan. it is composed of two small but deep freshwater lakes called Lake Bilassanayo and Lake Danao. It was now one of the great attractions in this area and there are so many activities in and around the lake.
Balanan Lake is a natural body of water that resulted from a 1925 6.8 magnitude earthquake which caused a landslide of the Sandlot Mountains and damaged Balanan and Nasig-id ridges but formed this amazing tourist attraction in Negros Oriental. It is very beautiful to see and is now one of a tourist attraction by its natural beauty.
Mount Talinis, nicknamed locally “Cuernos de Negros” is the picturesque, double-peaked volcano you see rising up behind Atmosphere Resorts. Our mountain, blanketed with the thick, thriving jungle is located in Valencia, west of Dumaguete City. The giant tropical plants and trees are well-fed from the humid downpours that engulf the peaks almost daily.
The Silliman Hall is a building constructed in the Stick Style of American architecture in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines. It was built in the early 1900s. It was converted to a museum in 1970. It is located in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines. The collections are divided into two categories and seven galleries. It includes artifacts from the indigenous Negritos and the Islamic period and as early as 200 BC.
Founded in 1620, Dumaguete City is one of the older parishes in Negros and its parochial administration included the southeastern part of the island from Sibulan up to Bayawan as well as Siquijor. it was one of the oldest parishes in this area and it is now one of the pilgrimage centres.