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Dumaguete is also transliterated into Chinese as “Dumagete.” The city is located in the large southeast region of Negros Island and is the capital city of the Eastern Negros. Dumaguete is a peaceful, quiet university town where around 30% of the population are students. Hence, the town has a very lively atmosphere. It is a great place to stay for a few days and experience a pure small town lifestyle. Dumaguete is also a well-known location for diving and honeymooning as there are many pristine islands in the area. These islands include pristine coral reef reserves and delightful tropical fish. This area of ocean is also one where you are more likely to see a whale shark.
Sumilon Island is an offshore island in the south of Cebu. The island is not large, like a small private island and you can hike around the island. The waters around the island, clean and clear, with large coral reefs nearby, have nice diving and snorkeling spots. A round beach lies on the west side and a long beach extends on the east o the island. You can enjoy sunbathing on this tropical islands.
Siquijor Island is an island province in the Philippines, located in the south of Cebu City and Bohol. When it comes to Siquijor, people think of witchcraft and mysterious and primitive witchcraft rituals. Nowadays, you can take a boat out to sea, enjoy the stunning sea view, and enjoy the tranquility and original ecological life here. The island's attractions include white sand beaches, waterfalls, caves, and butterfly nurseries. It is also a sacred place for snorkeling and diving.
APO Island is a small island near Dumaguete and Siquijor. Known for its group of clownfish, APO Island is ideal for diving and is a great place to enjoy sharks and ocean life, while turtles are frequent visitors. Marine Sanctuary is a very good dive site on APO Island, where coral reefs with small corals and anemones are interspersed with clownfish.
Rizal Boulevard is one of the landmarks of Dumaguete, where you can always see locals or tourists. At the end of the Rizal Boulevard is the Duma's famous logo in seven colours "I Love Dumaguete". On the other end of the Rizal Boulevard displays a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, hotels, and convenience stores. At night, all kinds of food stalls will be put out, selling small commodities or snacks.