Thing to See and Do

Negros Oriental is full of so many adventurous and exciting tourist spots to visit. Dumaguete City alone offers a rich cultural tour around the city. From talking a walk around town to swimming and snorkeling around the beach, there are so many fun things to see and do in and around Dumaguete City.

Thing to See In and Around Dumaguete

There are many cultural tourist spots around Dumaguete including the long Rizal Boulevard the rests at the edge of the shore, near the Dumaguete Sea Port. It was named after the Philippine National hero Dr. Jose Rizal’s, who was believed to walked along the stretch of sand before his execution in Dapitan.

Historical and cultural landmarks like the Dumaguete Cathedral, Kampanera (Bell Tower), Silliman Hall and of course the Silliman Museum. The Dumaguete Cathedral and Belltower are located next to each other and are considered one of the oldest Spanish architecture in Negros Oriental.

Another fun and relaxing thing to do around Dumaguete City is walking around the park. The Quezon Park and the Freedom Park are the best way to go around with a friend or family to catch up with your gossips or simply hanging out.

There many other tourist spots around Negros Oriental including some of the breathtaking waterfalls of Valencia (Casaroro Falls & Pulang Bato Fall), Twin Lakes of Sibulan, Dolphin Watching of Bais, Whale Shark Watching in Oslob (across the Tañon Strait), scuba diving in Apo Island and much much more!

Things to Do?

Aside from roaming around the city, there are other fun things to see and do around; like playing golf and swimming. The nearest golf course near Sea View Beach Resort is the Ang Tay Gold Course located in Rovira Road, Dumaguete City (less than 5 km from the resort). Swimming, on the other hand, can right in front of Sea View Beach Resort.

Festivals and fiestas are celebrated through our the year in the different municipalities and and towns of Negros Oriental. But the grandest of all the festivals in the whole region is the Buglasan Festival, “Festival of Festivals” celebrated on the month of October.