Bacolod is a city on the Philippines' Northwestern shore of Negros Island. The town contains a San Sebastian Cathedral from the 19th century. Next to Bacolod Public Plaza, is the cathedral and the original bell is shown outside of the church. The Bacolod city is the most populated town throughout the Western Visayas. Not only that, but the Bacolod city is also Visayas’ second-most populous city after the Cebu city. The population of the Bacolod city is 561,875 during the year of 2015. “City of Smiles” is the nickname of the city of Bacolod as it is a very pleasant and friendly city.
Bacolod's highs and busiest periods are set apart by August, September, and April. Inn rates will be more exorbitant than some other month, as will carrier passages. Be that as it may, in the event that you buy a plane or settlement reservation sooner, you can, in any case, get fabulous arrangements. Explorers' lesser month is in July. In the event that you visit Bacolod that month, you can get moderate plane charges and lodging.
Tuguegarao Airport - This air terminal serves the city of Tuguegarao, which is likewise the capital of the Philippine area of Cagayan. This air terminal in Tuguegarao is found near the Pan-Philippine Highway. This air terminal can be just come to from other Cagayan districts like Northern Isabela. The Philippine Air Transportation Office arranges this air terminal as a critical business air terminal. Buddy Express, Cebu Pacific, Sky Pasada and Royal Air Charter Service utilize this air terminal. In 2018, this air terminal in Tuguegarao took care of 384,819 travelers.
Bacolod-Silay Airport - It is an airport in Bacolod that serving Bacolod. Bacolod-Silay Airport is the main airport serving the general area of Metro Bacolod, in the Negros Island Region of the Philippines. Bacolod-Silay Airport is 15 km Northeast of Bacolod and on a 181-hectare site in Barangay Bagtic, Silay, Negros. The IATA and ICAO airport codes of this Bacolod-Silay Airport inherited by the Bacolod City Domestic Airport that replaced in 2008. Bacolod-Silay Airport is capable of handling international air traffic. Bacolod-Silay Airport also one of the busiest airports serving Negros Island. The other busiest airport is the Dumaguete Airport in Sibulan. The Bacolod-Silay Airport is rated as a Principal Class 1 Domestic Airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines. It is a body of the Department of Transportation that responsible for the operations of all public airports in the Philippines except the major international airports. Bacolod-Silay Airport has one primary runway which is 45 meters wide and 2,002 m. Currently, the Bacolod-Silay Airport can handle aircraft as large as the Airbus A330. There are many airlines that provide service to and from this Bacolod-Silay Airport to other parts of the Philippines city such as Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines. Cebu Pacific flies to Clark, Davao, and Manila while, Philippine Airlines fly to Cebu, Clark, and Manila from Bacolod-Silay Airport.
Bacolod's hottest month is April, where the daytime temperature is around 33.9 °C. However, nearly every month in the year Bacolod has a temperature of 23 °C to 32 °C.