6 Places to Visit in Dumaguete
Check out these cultural, recreational, and intellectual spots in this charming university town
A stroll along dreamy, seaside Rizal Boulevard is probably all you need to figure out why Dumaguete City, the capital of Negros Oriental, is tagged “The City of the Gentle People.” Possessing a placid disposition is second nature if you live in such a quaint city as this. The same endearing quality is also what lends truth to its etymology, “dagit”, which loosely translates to “to captivate.”
If you're planning to visit soon, make sure you drop by these must-visit places:
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