“Passports” for the Negros Occidental provincial government culture hub tour are now available, Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz said Wednesday, November 3.
The passport covers a 9-stop tour of the Provincial Capitol and Park, Provincial Tourism Office, Mambukal Resort Bacolod Office, Cafetolyo, Association of Negros Producers Showroom, Negros Forest and Ecological Foundation, Negros Museum, Ayala Fiesta Market and the Pala-Pala Food Terminal Market, he said.
The passport is stamped at every stop and at the end of the tour, the tourist is given a token, he said.
“Launched in July, the Culture Hub hopes to showcase a one-circuit tour that will promote the province’s culture, heritage, trade and industry to further develop our tourism and investments,” he said.
A Culture Hub tour for employees of the provincial government will be among the Cinco de Noviembre activities of the provincial government, Diaz said.*