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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.


Province in white, capital red
Our Dumaguete article includes some of the suburbs:
  • Bacong - on the coast, to the south
  • San Jose - a seaside town of about 20,000 north of Dumaguete
  • Sibulan - on the coast, to the north
  • Valencia - inland, to the west
Other suburbs have separate articles:
  • Dauin - on the coast, south of Bacong
  • Amlan - north of Sibulan and San Jose, a town of twenty-odd thousand on the coast north of Dumaguete
  • 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.

Get around[edit]



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




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