Right in the center of Dumaguete City. It is a church still in use. You can enter without a ticket. Many local people worship and pray inside. The church is small, and the interior feels very simple.
Near the center of Duma Gedi, not far from the Duma Gedi Pier, it should be a Catholic church with a statue of a priest next to it. Inside is still good, like her that green light out of that effect, the dome is beautiful, looks relatively new, next to this old clock tower. There are not many free visitors, but the road outside is very easy to get stuck in, and there is a market inside which is also very crowded, it is best not to go on a Sunday.
After eating the sea urchins we went to the Cathedral, the location of the cathedral is very good, it is very close to the bell tower, the visit is basically in the morning, so don't come in the afternoon, it probably won't open.
This is a church in the city center. It is very famous and has a long history. Many tourists would think of visiting here.
The Duma is beautiful, the landmark of the Duma, the old bell tower in the Spanish period and the Cathedral of St. Catherine Alexandria. The Rizal Avenue by the sea is beautiful and secluded. After the low tide in the evening, the locals play on the beach. The comfortable life and the beauty of nature make my eyes reluctant to close.
It is worth a visit. The scenery is beautiful and interesting. Dumaguete is an island that has just risen in the past two years. At present, there are not too many tourists. The promotion efforts are relatively large. However, try to choose free travel as much as possible. , The islands in Southeast Asia are roughly the same, cost-effective, meals and accommodation are not expensive, air tickets are also cheap, flight time is shorter, and the language is not to worry. There are many Chinese tourists. It is recommended to come here to play