Kabankalan Philippines



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Description: Sinulog . the Kabankalan City version of the world famous “Ati-Atihan” indulged in by our ancestors, is celebrated on the third week of January. The search for Sinulog Queen highlights the

Sinulog. the Kabankalan City version of the world famous “Ati-Atihan” indulged in by our ancestors, is celebrated on the third week of January. The search for Sinulog Queen highlights the festivities.

Udyakan sa Kabankalan. used to a pre-sinulog presentation of the history, culture and development through songs and dances, is now held in August 2 commemorating the Charter Day of the city.

Mag-aso Leisure Camp is a 20-minute drive from the city proper. With large mountain as backdrop, Mag-aso Falls releases smoke-like shower of mist as it cascade down the natural pool with its turquoise green water. It has a swimming pool, two cottages, and shadehouses.

Mag-aso Cave. Situated within the Balicaocao watershed, Mag-aso Cave invites spelunkers for real adventure and rewarding challenge in cave exploration. The cave spans 436.54 meters long and 149.29 meters deep, it is identified as one of the deepest caves in the country.

Balicaocao Eco-Park. Gently nestled on the hill more 500 feet above sea level, Balicaocao offers perfect ambiance for leisure while taking a breathtaking view and panorama of the coastal towns of southern Negros, the blue waters of Panay Gulf and the Island of Guimaras. It has a pavilion for all functions with 200 person capacity, modern cottages, shade houses, swimming pool and cooking area perfect for family picnics.

An Old Muscovado Mills in hacienda Bino reminds the towns people about the old ways of producing sugar.

Gabaldon Buildings were constructed during the American educational system. They now house the public elementary schools. Named after its illustrious son Senator Esteban R. Abada, ERAMs (East/West) have already produced men and women who are now in the helm of government.

Carol-an Valley. Homeland of the indigenous people ruled by its legendary chief Manyabog whose death led to the infamous tribal suicide.

Lion’s Arch greets visitors at the doorway of the Poblacion which replicates the main trunk of the “bangkal tree”.

Freedom Fighter Shrine is a fitting memorial for the brave WW II soldiers. Constructed by the Veterans Federation of the Philippines-Kabankalan Chapter.




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