Rizal Boulevard – is a popular spot for locals. It is where people go after hard day works to simple enjoy the sun set while eating the famous tempura. There are also masseurs near Dumaguete port where you can have a nice massage after a whole day activities.
Silliman University – is established in 1901 and the first American University in the whole Asia. At present, they offer elementary, high school and college education. There is also a museum inside where you can find old artifacts about Dumaguete city and Negros Oriental province.
St. Catherine of Alexandria Church – built in 1754 and is considered one of the oldest church stone in Negros Oriental. There is also a belfry near the church used as a watchtower during the old era.
Tempura in Rizal Blvd. –Tempura of Dumaguete is not the same as Tempura of Japan, it is actually a big version of “kikiam”. There are several stalls piled up along Rizal Boulevard where you can buy this snacks. Aside from tempura, they also have squid rolls and chicken balls with different level of spicy sauce.
Cakes in Sans Rival – this is a popular delicacy in Dumaguete. Aside from Sans Rival, they also have other cakes and pastries. A newly opened branch, Sans Rival Bistro also offers pasta and rice meals.
Cheap meals in Baroroy Eatery – if you are looking for a budget meal, Baroroy Eatery is best for you. Also located near Rizal Boulevard and Sans Rival Bistro, Baroroy has a wide variety of meals for a very affordable price.
(you may check our budget and itinerary for this trip – Siquijor, Oslob and Dumagute)