Getting There From Manila there are three airlines that fly to Bacolod Silay International airport, Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air and Zest Airways. By sea ships leave from North Manila wharf and take approximately 18 hours.From Cebu there are two ways from Cebu to Bacolod, one from Cebu via San Carlos over the mountains to Bacolod and the other from Cebu via Escalante and through the sugar cane cities of northern Negros.
It is currently ranked as the 17th most populous city in the Philippines.
It is part of a metropolitan area called Metro Bacolod, which includes the cities of Silay and Talisay.
Sugarland hotel also has a nighclub with the same deal as Goldenfield area.
Other than this the usual malls, restaurant etc are other place to try and pick up.
Bacolod ranks 3rd among the top ten "Next Wave Cities" of the Philippines for the best location for business process outsourcing and offshoring according to the 2010 report of the Commission on Information and Communications Technology.