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City of Gentle People, Dumaguete

Dumaguete


When I am still living in Cebu, Dumaguete City is among the bucket list to visit but it did not happened not until last February 4, 2017. I was invited to attend the wedding of Mr. and Mrs, Carpio and that's how I started my journey in Dumaguete City.

Dumaguete is referred to as a university city because of the presence of four universities and a number of other colleges where students of the province converge to enroll for tertiary education. Aside from that, it is also serves as the gateway to all the wonderful things that the province of Negros Oriental has to offer - the home of some breathtaking sites, majestic waterfalls and enchanting islands.

THINGS TO DO and/or PLACES TO SEE


HOW TO GET THERE

From Cebu City, you can ride a Ceres Bus from Cebu all the way to Dumaguete. Travel time takes about 5 hours and Fare is P250. Earliest trip is 5:30AM and the latest is 6:00PM. For parts of Cebu near Liloan port, you can just board a ferryboat bound to Sibulan port and from there, take a jeep to Dumaguete. You would just spend roughly around P80. If you have less time to travel then you can just board from Cebu to Dumaguete.


Campanario de Dumaguete

Dumaguete Cathedral

Quezon Park

Siliman University

Rizal Boulevard

https://maps.google.com/maps?q=Dumaguete,+Negros+Oriental,+Philippines@9.3068402,123.30544669999995&z=10

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