2018 BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES | BACOLOD CITY

BACOLOD CITY BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL

2018 BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES | BACOLOD CITY

 Bacolaodiat Festival is Bacolod City’s celebration of the  Chinese New Year. While Bacolaodiat Festival is relatively a young festival in Bacolod City, it is already attracting various tourist from different parts of the country. Below is the list of events for the festival. We also outlined basic information for those who would visit Bacolod City during the festivities.

 

BACOLOD CITY BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL

 

 
BACOLOD CITY BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL

 

  

BACOLOD CITY BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL

 

 

BACOLOD CITY BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL

 

BACOLOD CITY BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL

 

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BACOLOD CITY BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL

How to get to Bacolod City

By plane

Bacolod’s airport is located City of Silay a few minutes drive from Bacolod City. The  Bacolod-Silay International Airport   is connected to the three cities by local airlines Philippine Airlines , and  Cebu Pacific .For arriving passengers who want supplemental guides to the city or free maps, Department of Tourism and the Local Government has a desk in the arrivals area where you can grab free maps or have a dose of information from the people over the desk. Hotels,

For arriving passengers who want supplemental guides to the city or free maps, Department of Tourism and the Local Government has a desk in the arrivals area where you can grab free maps or have a dose of information from the people over the desk. Hotels, resorts and car rental companies have kiosks in the arrival areas where you can easily book a room and just head to your hotel room without any hassle.

BACOLOD CITY BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL

There are vans leaving for the airport at SM City Bacolod, Bacolod Provincial Hospital, Old Bacolod Airport and Victoria Arcade/Lopue’s East/SaveMore Supermarket, the regular fare per person is 150.

By bus

Getting to Bacolod by bus from elsewhere in the province is smooth and easy.

There are two major terminals in Bacolod, both operated, owned and used by Ceres Liner.

  • Ceres Southbound Terminal (Ceres South Terminal), Luzuriaga St, +63-34-4460681/4460686. Buses departing for and arriving from Dumaguete(via Mabinay) arrive and depart in this terminal. Air-conditioned bus to Dumaguete is 349P (Nov 2015) and takes almost 7 hours  
  • Ceres Northbound Terminal (Ceres North Terminal), Lopez Jaena St (From China Bank you will already see the entrance of Lopez Jaena St., walk to the street and you will see the Terminal), +63-34-4334993. Buses departing for and arriving from Cebu(via Toledo or Tabuelan), San Carlos(via Don Salvador Benedicto), Bayawan(via Cauayan and Sipalay) and Kanlaon City(via La Carlota, La Castellana, Moises Padilla). 
  • Ceres Liner, Ceres Rd., Barangay Mansilingan, Main office:+63-34-4460681/4460686, North Terminal:+63-34-4334993, South Terminal:+63-34-4342387 (fax:+63-34-4460636). Provides RoRo services and provides daily services to and from Escalante, San Carlos, Hinoba-an, Don Salvador Benedicto, Canlaon, Culipapa, Bayawan, Binalbagan, Toledo City, Zamboanga City, Cebu City, Dumaguete, Kabankalan, Cadiz, they have 2 terminals in Bacolod, South and North Terminal.Trips within the Negros island costs from about ₱80-₱300 depending on the distance of your destination, trips outside Negros Island using the RoRo service costs from ₱250-₱400.

By boat

Bacolod Seaport or Bredco Port serves inter-regional trips from major destinations such Manila and Iloilo. Iloilo seaport is just 45 minutes from Bacolod and is one of the easiest to access because every hour there’s a trip.

  • Ocean Jet, (marketing@oceanjet.net)
  • Weesam Express, Bredco Port . Ticketing offices are located at Bredco Port. Economy Class (One way) = ₱370, (Vice Verse) ₱400, First Class (Vice Versa) = ₱440.  
  • Supercat, . Ticketing offices are located at Bredco Port 

Cagayan De Oro City, Manila, Zamboanga City, routes are available. By 2Go travel serve routes to and from these cities.

BACOLOD CITY BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL

BACOLOD CITY BACOLAODIAT FESTIVAL

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5 Comments:

  1. I’m really looking forward to visiting Bacolod very soon! People only know about the ruins. But they have to see Tue festivities 😉

  2. I would love to attend the Bacolaodiat festival. They really have a lot of activities and is really festive.

  3. Wow this festival is kakaiba! I mean, I thought its a Chinese thing. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. Ths looks like a great festival indeed,I like those chinese lanterns. They are looking great inn pictures.

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