Negros Occidental is one half of the island of Negros, the Philippines'4th largest island. It is about 55 minutes by plane from the country's main gateway, Manila, and 25 minutes from Cebu, its second city and main hub in the Visayas islands.

Three airlines fly 7 times daily from Manila to Bacolold City, the provincial capital, with one daily flight linking it to Cebu.

  • Philippine Airlines
  • Cebu Pacific
  • Air Philippines

  • Several shipping lines ply the 20 hour route between Manila and Bacolod, offering a leisurely and comfortable alternative to flying.Iloilo, an entry point to the famous Boracay, is a short 45 minute ferry ride away, with regular trips throughout the day.

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    From downtown Bacolod City, The Quiet Place Farm Resort is a pleasant 20 minute drive. Shuttle transfers from Bacolod may be arranged through the Sales Office. If traveling by private vehicle, turn left to Abuanan after the Sum-ag High School Campus and drive straight for approximately 4 kilometers.

    The Resort's Main Gate is on the left, fronting the Kilometer 14 marker. Alternatively, if taking public transportation, take any south-bound bus or jeepney and get off at the corner of Abuanan Road in Sum-ag. From there, numerous tricycles drive straight to the
    resort's reception area.
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