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The park is so visible. It is located in the heart of the city adjacent to the people's park. It's a splurging area serving as an esplanade after a days' work or a day of school. Green and fresh - - when in Dumaguete, never...More
The park is used for special celebrations like the local festivals and such, but otherwise is an empty expanse of grass that has little to offer in terms of year-round amenities and comfort. Few benches or covered areas, and those are close to the smelly...More
A nice local Park with big space. Sometimes free events are held within the park like exercise classes which are always great! Close within Dumaguete, not much to look at in the park but if you like to go for a stroll or need a...More
We asked the locals what there local attractions were and this was one of the answers. We saw this white big building and a huge lawn in front. Just took a picture by the road sign. Then we went to the wet market next to...More
The park is a perennial haven for the annual gathering for the showcase of arts and talents in NEGROS ORIENTAL.For any art enthusiasts,it gives one a truly heavenly experience where the artistry meets ingenuity of the NEGRENSES.The famous show is the OCTOBERFEST of the so...More
Just a plain ground with some playing equipment for kids to enjoy. Not a good place to by stand actually. I notice that Aside from those playing football/soccer on the field and the watchers no other people present in the area.
Whenever we want our grandchild to walk, stroll and run a long pathway, there is no other choice, but this place. Considering our home has a limited space for walking, strolling and running, it is only in this park where we can do what we...More
Basically, there's nothing to do in this place. It's just a plain park. The government cut some of the old acacia trees in the area for the safety of students and people passing on this area. Buglasan booths are placed here every 3rd week of...More