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Bacong Oil Mill, Bacong, Negros Oriental
Mill for processing copra into oil; well-kept premises and a vicinity rich with the delicious aroma of coconut being cooked.
Dyno Nobel, Bacong, Negros Oriental
Biggest Swedish venture in the country at the time; an ammonium nitrate plant consistently cited for excellence in safety standards; main building and guest house by the sea; private wharf.
Tirambulo Highland Resort, Mabinay, Negros Oriental
A resort set among scenic mountains with five manmade lakes teeming with fish; man-made waterfalls; cottages and a restaurant amid beautifully landscaped lawns and shady forested areas.
Negros Oriental Arts and Heritage, Bacong, Negros Oriental
Export-quality stone craft items are manufactured here.
Pamplona Plantation Tourism Estate, Negros Oriental
Varied natural attractions, an 18-hole golf course already in place and another in the works, a world-class clubhouse, swimming pool, landing strip, and a flank of residential enclaves.
Central Azucarera de Bais, Bais City, Negros Oriental
Established in 1918 as the first two sugar centrals of Tabacalera in the country; pioneered in the manufacture of paper from bagasse. CAB propelled the province’s sugar industry into a top dollar earner. Buildings, early machines, implements, and locomotives used for hauling cane in the past are on display.
Dumaguete Golf & Country Club, Sibulan, Negros Oriental
A newly refurbished clubhouse and the 9-hole golf courses of the San Antonio hilltop greens.
PNOC Geothermal Power Plant, Ticala, Valencia, Negros Oriental
Nestled among mountains that spout steam from vents, set amidst a lush landscape at cool altitudes. The Palimpinon Power Plant is the centerpiece of the geothermal reserve in the care of the Philippine National Oil Company, which generates and supplies power to Negros, Panay, and Cebu.
San Antonio Golf Course, Sibulan, Negros Oriental
A 9-hole golf course located in Sibulan ,15 km. from Dumaguete City. Fresh country air; course open to both members and non-members.
Malatapay Livestock and Fish Market, Zamboanguita, Negros Oriental
Seaside market of livestock, fresh fish and seafood, grains, and many other commodities from salt to rubber slippers. Your fish of choice may be cooked to your desire; racks of lechon (roast pig) to enjoy right on the beach or in the midst of the market; open only on Wednesdays.
Aquino Freedom Park, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental
Wide expanse of green lawns and old trees with flower borders, a musical fountain, and the Aquino stage for promenading and lounging; right in front of the imposing Capitol building.
Rizal Avenue, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental
The capital’s seafront boulevard, lined with old trees and memorial houses and some of the elegant dining establishments of the city. Dumaguete’s most popular promenade and sunrise; jogging track for health buffs.
Pamplona Plantation Tourism State, Pamploma, Negros Oriental
Leisure estate that extends into Tanjay; golf buffs’ paradise; verdant fairways, swimming pools, elegant amenities; a portion of the area set aside for upscale residence.
Sidlakang Negros Showroom, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental
Main shop of Negros Oriental arts and crafts; its branch, Products of Negros Oriental, is situated on Noblefranca St.; run by the Negros Oriental Entrepreneurs Association (NOREA), makers of gift and novelty items, household and décor accessories, garments, basketry, souvenir shirts, and delicacies.
Universal Robina / Sugar Milling Company, Manjuyod, Negros Oriental
Established as Negros Oriental’s most modern sugar mill, also with an oil mill for copra produced by the northern district.