Orola invites Japanese to visit Bacolod

Orola invites Japanese to visit Bacolod

There are 3 comments on the Sun-Star story from Feb 5, 2013, titled Orola invites Japanese to visit Bacolod. In it, Sun-Star reports that:

BACOLOD City Administrator John Orola in a recent visit to Japan met with the tourism officials of Osaka and Tokyo and discussed the possible visit of Japanese tourists to Bacolod City as jump-off point to various areas in Negros Occidental.

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#1 Feb 7, 2013
i hope they'll go here, reside here. And visit Panaad frequently.
tony davao


#2 Mar 18, 2013
Your airport has really affected what used to be populat ten years ago. It is too fat from the city and the transport is expensive. Perhaps an airport nearer to the city will change that.
tony davao


#3 Mar 19, 2013
The city has to improved tourists facilities such as stop over restos, beach resorts and Toilet facilities are non existent along the way to other cities It used to be a must see city by US veterans of war 30 years ago and the Japanese war veterans too I was a tour guide then (self employed)

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