Greater airport woes
Aside from travelers expressing discomfort from the poor air conditioning at the Bacolod-Silay International Airport, they also complained on the poorly maintained comfort rooms. Reports say comfort rooms are not maintained and even some toilet bowls were yellowish . Lack of trolleys are also an added concern for travelers. Visitors flying in or out of Bacolod might experience discomfort in some facilities mentioned. But great news, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) has begun addressing these concerns as they have started improving the air-conditioning in the airport last week.
Organization of resort accommodations formed in Sipalay
Sipalay City Tourism Office formed the Sipalay Accommodation Establishment Operators' Association. It is an organization of resorts and accommodation establishments in Sipalay City that aims to streamline services, address issues systematically, strengthen sustainability efforts, and promote collaboration. This is great news for tourist who are planning to go to the city, since it is one of the top destinations in Negros. Lorenzo Kilayko, the owner of Northwest Inn Sipalay was elected as president .
Bacolod’s Pala-Pala Market relocates
Stall owners at the Pala Pala Seafood Market vacated their stalls last May 15 to give way to the construction of the Negros First Food Terminal Market. The 33 vendors have been relocated by the city government of Bacolod to San Juan Street. The construction of their temporary eatery is now ongoing. Tourists who are craving for some authentic local seafood is advised to go to some other seafood restaurants in Bacolod to satisfy their seafood cravings