Negros Forests & Ecological Foundation
A zoo with a difference, the Negros Forests & Ecological Foundation is a ‘wildlife rescue and captive breeding centre’ that seeks...
Dizon Ramos Museum
If you’re interested in getting a sense of how the upper-middle class lived in Bacolod in the 1950s, you could go to the oddball Dizon...
The very stylish 21 Bar is a hardy perennial, although the atmosphere tends more towards that of an upmarket restaurant.
Kaisei Japanese Restaurant
A popular, hangar-sized Japanese eatery, it has well-priced set menus and a very good à la carte menu. Its little sister is in SM City.
Lonely Planet review
The lovingly curated Negros Museum houses displays that focus on the island’s rich history, from Spanish missions to cane plantations and revolution. Dominating the main exhibition hall are the sugar-hauling Iron Dinosaur steam engine and a replica of a batil (cargo boat), laden with bananas, bags of sugar and a few anachronistic items such as San Miguel beer and Tanduay rum. The museum also has a small art gallery and cafe.