CYBER WEEK PRICES END IN

CHEAP FLIGHTS TO Bacolod

1 Passenger
-
1 adult
+
Economy/Coach
Additional Options  
Home Page    Cheap flights    Asia    Philippines    Bacolod
How much do things cost in Bacolod?
Local cheese (1kg) $5.69
Water bottle (1.5 liter) $0.63
Combo meal at McDonalds $2.11
1 Summer dress in a chain store $18.22
Tomato (1kg) $1.03
Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre $153.76
Fitness club, monthly fee for 1 adult $36.45
1 Pair of men leather shoes $56.95
1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff $0.15
Coke bottle $0.34
* All price are converted to USD

About Bacolod

Nestled in the province of Negros Occidental, Bacolod is popularly dubbed as the City of Smiles because of its annual festival called Masskara.

Getting There and Around

People from any part of the world can fly to Bacolod via one of the international airlines servicing the region. If you’re in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, you can take a domestic flight to reach the city of Bacolod or take a boat ride. Going around is easy with provincial buses going to and fro. Jeepneys are also available and often a preferred form of transportation within the city.

Exploring Bacolod

There are many historical places in Bacolod and tourists can easily get hooked into its local culture by visiting places like the Mariano Ramos Ancestral Home, the Ruins, the Provincial Capitol, the Bacolod Public Plaza, and the Fountain of Justice.

Historical museums are also famous in the city like the Dizon Ramos Museum, the Museum Negrense De La Salle, and the Negros Museum. Galleries such as the Orange Gallery and the Christmas Village are also open for public viewing and both locals and tourist are free to explore the place and delve deep in to the aboriginal art.

Bacolod is also busy during October with its annual Masskara Festival where the locals wearing colorful masks dance in the street and compete with one another. The festival is usually overflowing with food, drinks and different stalls selling local crafts.

Local Stuff

The city is famous for its local foods like the Biscocho, Piaya, Pina-Sugbo and Guapple Pie. Many tourists in Bacolod often buy these foods to bring home to their family and friends. Tourists also collect wooden and marble statues of different saints as souvenirs as well as antique, ceramic and wood crafts.

Chicken Inasal, a famous chicken dish in the Philippines, also originated in Bacolod. The city is also famous for its Kalamayhati (rice cake) and Lumpiang Ubod (fresh spring roll).

Money Saving Tips

When flying to Bacolod from any part of the Philippines, it’s best to ask your local airlines for a promo seat. Most of the time, domestic airlines offer cheap flights to Bacolod and you’ll be lucky to pay half of the usual air fare.

Information about travelling to Bacolod

  • Maximum temperature during the year in Bacolod
    39 °C
  • Average temperature for this month in Bacolod
    30 °C
  • Currency exchange rate
    $1.00(PHP) = $0.02(USD)
  • Average temperature in summer for Bacolod
    31 °C

Airports of Bacolod

Silay International Airport