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What to Do on a Rainy Day: 5 Indoor Places in Bacolod for Fun Hangouts

Find things to do on a rainy day and have some indoor fun in these spots!

By: Shanice Reyes | July 30, 2019

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Set up a good mood in these indoor establishments during gloomy days.


Productivity and fun could sometimes depend on the weather. Everything you want to do will seem limited especially during the wet season. When your planned outdoor activities are crushed out of your list, you might think that it’s just better to lock yourself in your room and stay in your bed all day.

Luckily, you have better alternatives to lazing around with no purpose; there are plenty of great indoor places in Bacolod where you can find things to do on a rainy day. So keep reading, pick a place, then gather your friends and bring them to these indoor places in Bacolod. Find out all the details as the article continues!


1. Safe House

Where: Art District, Mandalagan, Bacolod City
Operating Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM


things to do on a rainy day

Some good things are still free.

Image: Art District’s Facebook Page

Safe House is a 30-seater theater that plays local films by young directors in Negros. Admission is free and inside, viewers can settle comfortably in the fully air-conditioned cinema. The featured films vary each day, giving the regular viewers something new to watch.



This theater aims to expose the youth to Ilonggo short films shot and directed by Negrenses. So when you spend time here, you won’t only get to watch movies for free, but you’ll also see the local artists’ creative potential in modern storytelling.


2. Arcanopolis Cafe and Boardgamery

Where: Jomabo Centre, Rizal-Lacson Sts., Bacolod City
Operating Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM


indoor fun

Arcanopolis is the first gaming lounge in Bacolod City.

Image: Arcanopolis’ Facebook Page

If you want to escape from the cold real world and enter the warm fantasy realm, get together with your friends at Arcanopolis Cafe and Boardgamery. The first game and hobby center to operate in Bacolod, Arcanopolis has the latest science fiction (Sci-Fi) board games, cards, and tabletop games. The entrance is free, and first-timers can try playing the games before purchasing the products.

Here, you might discover a new passion in tabletop gaming—playing on a surface or table while using assembled miniatures, cards, dice, and more. The community of gamers continues to grow, so there are weekly and monthly tournaments, leagues, and events held in this space.



3. Allons-y Board Game Café

Where: Door #8 CITI Appliance, Mabini St., Bacolod City
Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM; Closed on Tuesdays


what to do on a rainy day

The cafe holds a weekly marathon of Doctor Who every Thursday.

Image: Allons-y Board Game Cafe’s Facebook Page

Snacks, dice, and everything nice: Allons-y Board Game Café has them all. Counter the storm by enhancing your social skills and battle strategies in this cafe. Allons-y is a new cafe in Bacolod which is inspired by Doctor Who.

Customers can order budget meals and drinks while playing iconic board games such as Monopoly and Jumanji. Avid fans of Stranger Things can also easily spot the D&D (Dungeons and Dragons) board game which was played by the characters of the series.


4. Kopisina Bacolod

Where: The Shophouse Heritage, Narra Extension, Bacolod City
Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM


indoor activities

Kopisina has unique-named teas like ProductiviTea, HonesTea, CreativiTea, and ResponsibiliTea.

Image: Allons-y Board Game Cafe’s Facebook Page

Do you have a report to finish or a paper to write but the slow internet doesn’t seem to cooperate? Kopisina Bacolod saves you from the poor signal caused by the rain through its relaxing ambiance and 100mbps wireless internet connection. This coworking space serves Taiwanese food and refreshment teas that you can perfectly pair with your productivity.


Some of its best-sellers are the Sweet Potato Balls (PhP60) and Braised Beef Noodle Soup (PhP150). The facility practices zero use of plastic, so expect to get a free bamboo straw if you purchase a bulb of milk tea. In order to give the best Wi-fi speed to customers, a fee of PhP80/2 hours is charged for those who will not order food and PhP50/2 hours for those who will.


5. La Comuna Café

Where: 2467 Kamunsil St., C.L. Montelibano Ave., Bacolod City
Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM


Bacolod

Eat, drink, and play in La Communa Café.

Image: La Communa Cafe’s Facebook Page

This Instagram-worthy place will definitely brighten up your gloomy feed. La Comuna Café’s interiors feature a rustic ceiling adorned with hanging wooden baskets and is also surrounded by wooden swings and chairs.

Your whole barkada (group of friends) can enjoy playing competitive games such as Catan, Boggle, Beer Pong and Darts. They also have a new game called “Battleship Shots” which can be played with drinks. The café also believes that knowledge should be accessible and free, so customers can also borrow and read books while having a delicious meal.



Who ever said that activities under the roof are not fun? Don’t let the sunless weather be a hindrance. Don’t let it stop you from having a good time!


Visit Yoorekka to find more hangout spots in Bacolod!

indoor places Bacolod

Set up a good mood in these indoor establishments during gloomy days.


Productivity and fun could sometimes depend on the weather. Everything you want to do will seem limited especially during the wet season. When your planned outdoor activities are crushed out of your list, you might think that it’s just better to lock yourself in your room and stay in your bed all day.

Luckily, you have better alternatives to lazing around with no purpose; there are plenty of great indoor places in Bacolod where you can find things to do on a rainy day. So keep reading, pick a place, then gather your friends and bring them to these indoor places in Bacolod. Find out all the details as the article continues!


1. Safe House

Where: Art District, Mandalagan, Bacolod City
Operating Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM


things to do on a rainy day

Some good things are still free.

Image: Art District’s Facebook Page

Safe House is a 30-seater theater that plays local films by young directors in Negros. Admission is free and inside, viewers can settle comfortably in the fully air-conditioned cinema. The featured films vary each day, giving the regular viewers something new to watch.



This theater aims to expose the youth to Ilonggo short films shot and directed by Negrenses. So when you spend time here, you won’t only get to watch movies for free, but you’ll also see the local artists’ creative potential in modern storytelling.


2. Arcanopolis Cafe and Boardgamery

Where: Jomabo Centre, Rizal-Lacson Sts., Bacolod City
Operating Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM


indoor fun

Arcanopolis is the first gaming lounge in Bacolod City.

Image: Arcanopolis’ Facebook Page

If you want to escape from the cold real world and enter the warm fantasy realm, get together with your friends at Arcanopolis Cafe and Boardgamery. The first game and hobby center to operate in Bacolod, Arcanopolis has the latest science fiction (Sci-Fi) board games, cards, and tabletop games. The entrance is free, and first-timers can try playing the games before purchasing the products.

Here, you might discover a new passion in tabletop gaming—playing on a surface or table while using assembled miniatures, cards, dice, and more. The community of gamers continues to grow, so there are weekly and monthly tournaments, leagues, and events held in this space.



3. Allons-y Board Game Café

Where: Door #8 CITI Appliance, Mabini St., Bacolod City
Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM; Closed on Tuesdays


what to do on a rainy day

The cafe holds a weekly marathon of Doctor Who every Thursday.

Image: Allons-y Board Game Cafe’s Facebook Page

Snacks, dice, and everything nice: Allons-y Board Game Café has them all. Counter the storm by enhancing your social skills and battle strategies in this cafe. Allons-y is a new cafe in Bacolod which is inspired by Doctor Who.

Customers can order budget meals and drinks while playing iconic board games such as Monopoly and Jumanji. Avid fans of Stranger Things can also easily spot the D&D (Dungeons and Dragons) board game which was played by the characters of the series.


4. Kopisina Bacolod

Where: The Shophouse Heritage, Narra Extension, Bacolod City
Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM


indoor activities

Kopisina has unique-named teas like ProductiviTea, HonesTea, CreativiTea, and ResponsibiliTea.

Image: Allons-y Board Game Cafe’s Facebook Page

Do you have a report to finish or a paper to write but the slow internet doesn’t seem to cooperate? Kopisina Bacolod saves you from the poor signal caused by the rain through its relaxing ambiance and 100mbps wireless internet connection. This coworking space serves Taiwanese food and refreshment teas that you can perfectly pair with your productivity.


Some of its best-sellers are the Sweet Potato Balls (PhP60) and Braised Beef Noodle Soup (PhP150). The facility practices zero use of plastic, so expect to get a free bamboo straw if you purchase a bulb of milk tea. In order to give the best Wi-fi speed to customers, a fee of PhP80/2 hours is charged for those who will not order food and PhP50/2 hours for those who will.


5. La Comuna Café

Where: 2467 Kamunsil St., C.L. Montelibano Ave., Bacolod City
Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM


Bacolod

Eat, drink, and play in La Communa Café.

Image: La Communa Cafe’s Facebook Page

This Instagram-worthy place will definitely brighten up your gloomy feed. La Comuna Café’s interiors feature a rustic ceiling adorned with hanging wooden baskets and is also surrounded by wooden swings and chairs.

Your whole barkada (group of friends) can enjoy playing competitive games such as Catan, Boggle, Beer Pong and Darts. They also have a new game called “Battleship Shots” which can be played with drinks. The café also believes that knowledge should be accessible and free, so customers can also borrow and read books while having a delicious meal.



Who ever said that activities under the roof are not fun? Don’t let the sunless weather be a hindrance. Don’t let it stop you from having a good time!


Visit Yoorekka to find more hangout spots in Bacolod!

author

Shanice Reyes writes to buy herself good coffee and bike parts. When she's not writing, you can find her playing Ultimate Frisbee, traveling to new places, or hanging out with her dogs and tarantulas. Though she has an irrational fear of heights, she'd love to try sky-diving one day.

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