Bacolod Flights Guide
The “City of Smiles” is located across the water from Iloilo, and is the capital of the Negros Occidental province. In contrast to its neighbor across the way, Bacolod is a very urban, well-kempt city full of culture and industry.
First the Spanish and then Americans called Bacolod a possession. The Fountain of Justice marks where the last Spaniards eventually surrenderd to the Filipinos. Today, Bacolod has forged its own identity, with particular emphasis on a unique culinary heritage and the October MassKara Festival of dance and happiness that came about in the ‘80s in response to economic tragedy. Bacolod was founded as a hub for the region’s sugarcane industry, and the city prospered. The Bacolod Public Plaza serves the recreational needs of its residents, and is peppered with historic monuments. The city identifies with the dark stone San Sebastian Cathedral, but there are several other notable churches in town. Describing the city’s history, Negros Museum is a perfect place to learn about the region. Outside the city, one finds that the natural surrounds offer an irresistible draw. The Mt. Kanla-on Natural Park is populated with many endemic, endangered species, and the serenity of a walk to spot some of the birds is a wonderful cap on a visit to Bacolod.
Bacolod-Silay International Airport receives mostly domestic flights from Tigerair Philippines, Cebu Pacific, AirAsia Zest and Philippine Airlines.
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- Bacolod, Philippines connects to 8 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Bacolod is 75 miles to Cebu on Cebu Pacific.
- The longest flight from Bacolod is 1862 miles to Seoul on Zest Air.
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