Buglasan Festival is a two-week celebration here in Negros Oriental, Philippines. Our city - Dumaguete City - is the capital. The provincial government decided to permanently put a structure where booths of every municipalities and cities are situated.
This year's Buglasan Festival has three venues to decongest the crowd. The permanent booths are in Sidlakang Negros, while as per requested by many people, in Freedom Park, and Rizal Boulevard.
|This is Freedom Park. The palace like is the capitol building. The wide area is really suitable for accomodating large crowd in Buglasan Festival. People preferred booths are installed in this area. Photo by Francis B. from Dumaguete City.|
|This is Rizal Boulevard. One of the attraction of Dumaguete City. I finally got my own photo. The grass right now are all green. This photo was taken two years ago (when I'm still fit lol).|
Let me tour you around in each booths I visisted with my friend Maireen. She came all the way from Iligan City.
|We were welcomed by Mr. Fishy and Mr Smoke. The Municipality of Amlan is the first among the place in the province to advocte for a strict implementation of NO SMOKING campaign.|
|This is a boat of Bais City. Whale and dolphin watching are the two attraction in the place.|
|Canlaon City decorated their booth with fruits and veges. I so love it.|
|Dumaguete City installed a big tarpaulen with a simulation of Rizal Boulevard.|
|This one is from Siaton. The municipality where the Governor came from.|
|We visited each booth and took alot of pictures.|
|Entrance area to a simulated cave. Mabinay is known for their numerous caves.|
|This one looked like in a real cave. Protective hat was given if you wish to go inside the simulated cave.|
|The cave is made of concrete cement.|
|Sorry for the background. I should have told my photographer to blur them.|