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Don Bernardino Jalandoni Museum

Known by many locals as the “Pink House”, the Don Bernardino Jalandoni Museum in Silay City, Negros Occidental is one of the many National Historical Landmarks in the region. Declared by the National Historical Institute as a historical site in November 6, 1993, the Bernardino Jalandoni Museum is one of the main tourist attractions in the city. It certainly gives you a glimpse of the past. Built by Don Bernardino Jalandoni and Doña Ysabel Lopez Ledesma, who were formerly from Jaro, Iloilo City, […]

Hofileña Ancestral House

The Hofileña Ancestral House contains one of the Philippines finest and rarest art collections. Watching from outside of the house is an ordinary view but getting inside it makes one appreciates the skills of the Filipino ancestors. The ancestral home houses antiques belonging to Silay’s principal families, the Hofileña family. Among the paintings in its collection are works by Juan Luna, Jose Rizal and Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo. It was the venue of the first wood printing in Negros. The house is owned by […]

Sen. Jose C. Locsin Cultural and Civic Center

The Sen. Jose C. Locsin Cultural and Civic Center is also known as the tourist information office of Silay City. It was named after Jose C. Locsin, a successful medical practitioner born in Silay, Negros, Philippines in 1890. He became a Senator in 1951 as a staunch Nacionalista Party member. He married Salvacion Montelibano with whom he had 17 children. The Civic Center is under the Silay Tourism Division. It is nearby the City Library and in the same block with the City […]

San Diego de Alcala Pro-Cathedral Church

The Church of San Diego de Alcala in Silay, Philippines was built in 1925 through the generosity of Don Jose Ledesma, a Knight of St. Gregory the Great, and the Silaynons. The Architectural design of the church was made by an Italian Architect named Lucio Bernasconi, thus the design is Romanesque in style. Works on repair and renovation was initiated over the years under various parish priests with the major one starting in 2002 and completed in 2005 in time for the church’s […]

Bacolod-Silay Airport

The Bacolod-Silay Airport, known in Filipino as Paliparan ng Bacolod-Silay and in Hiligaynon as Hulugpaan sang Bacolod-Silay is the now the main airport serving the province of Negros Oriental and Negros del Norte, mostly used by the people living in Silay and the nearby Talisay and Bacolod Cities. In 2007, this bigger and more modern airport served as the replacement to the Bacolod City Domestic Airport, in Bacolod City, Philippines. Located about 15 kilometers north of the main city in Negros Occidental, Bacolod […]

Cinco de Noviembre: Negros Revolution

Originally known as the Negros Revolution or Negros Day, the Cinco de Noviembre was a political campaign that created a government in Negros Island in the Philippines. This secretly developed government run by the Negrense native ended the Spanish control of the island informally – not the whole archipelago and for a relatively short period of time. The freshly constituted Negros Republic lasted approximately three months. On February 2, 1899, American forces landed on the island unopposed, ending the island’s freedom. In the […]

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