Baker's Hill is a famous hang out place in Palawan, known for their freshly baked goodies like hopia, munchies and crinkles. It is located on top of a...
Cadiz City is a 2nd class city located at the northern part of Negros Occidental, 65 kilometers away from Bacolod City, the provincial capital. The city is a major sugar-producing area and also has a thriving fishing industry.
Cadiz City is a one hour drive from Bacolod, and has a number of notable places to visit. Some three kilometers off the coast of Barangay Cadiz Viejo is a white sand island resort of Lakawon, a popular destination among the local population. The resort offers amenities such as fully equipped cottages that can accommodate couples, families and different-sized groups. It has a restaurant serving all kinds of fresh seafood, as well as native Ilonggo, Filipino and International cuisines.
Other natural wonders of the city are the Busac-Busac Spring located at Hacienda Reboton, Barangay Tinampa-an, the Cabagacayan Falls at Barangay Andres Bonifacio, and the Hiyang-hiyang and Paco Falls both found at Barangay Celestino S. Villacin.
Four kilometers away from the city proper is Laura Seafront Resort at Barangay Daga. It is one of the city's popular places where visitors can unwind. Its amenities include function halls, air-conditioned duplex cottages, junior Olympic-size swimming pool, children's swimming pool and a tennis court. Also located at Barangay Daga is RC Beach Resort which has cottages, a function room, 4 units duplex air-conditioned rooms, and 2 swimming pools.
Every last week of January, the people of Cadiz celebrate the annual Dinagsa Festival, a week-long celebration in honor of the their Patron Saint, Señor Sto. Niño. The celebration features several competitions in games and sports, beauty pageants, dog show, and a fluvial parade. The feast is highlighted by the Dinagsa (Ati-atihan) Contest which shows "Ati Tribes" garbed in their colorful and outlandish costumes which reflects the artistry, craftsmanship, and ingenuity of the Cadiznons.
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