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Negros Oriental

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Negros Oriental is a province occupying the south-eastern part of Negros, and also includes Apo Island. The other part of Negros is the province of Negros Occidental.

Cities[edit]

Province in white, capital red
Our Dumaguete article includes some of the suburbs:
  • Bacong - on the coast, to the south
  • Sibulan - on the coast, to the north
  • Valencia - inland, to the west
Other suburbs have separate articles:
  • Dauin - on the coast, south of Bacong
  • San Jose - on the coast, north of Sibulan
  • Amlan - north of both Sibulan and San Jose
  • Bais City - known for whale and dolphin watching, north of Dumaguete
  • Bayawan - on the southwest coast
  • Canlaon - inland at the northwest tip of the province
  • Guihulngan - north of Bais
  • Mabinay - up in the mountains, known for its many caves
  • Pamplona
  • Siaton - near the southern tip of the island
  • Tanjay - on the coast, between Dumaguete and Bais
  • Zamboanguita - on the coast south of Dumaguete

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The main language of the region is Cebuano.

Get in[edit]

See the Dumaguete article for the main routes into the province.

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One of the best diving spots in the Philippines is Apo Island, off the coast of Negros Oriental, near Dumaguete.

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