Negros Occidental Zip Code and Area Code

LocationZip CodeArea Code
Bacolod City610034
Bago City610134
Binalbagan610734
Cadiz City612134
Calatrava612634
Candoni611034
Cauayan611234
Don Salvador Benedicto613334
Enrique Magalona611834
Escalante612434
Himamaylan610834
Hinigaran610634
Hinoba-an (Asia)611434
Ilog610934
Isabela612834
Kabankalan611134
La Carlota City613034
La Castellana613134
Manapla612034
Moises Padilla (Magallon)613234
Murcia612934
Paraiso (Fabrica)612334
Pontevedra610534
Pulupandan610234
Sagay612234
San Carlos City612734
San Enrique610434
Silay City611634
Silay Hawaiian Central611734
Sipalay611334
Talisay611534
Toboso612534
Valladolid610334
Victorias611934

About Negros Occidental

Nicknamed the “Sugarbowl of the Philippines” for producing more than half the country’s produce in Sugar, Negros Occidental gives people more than the sweet taste Sugar can provide. Known across the country is their version of Chicken Inasal, and to taste the Negrense-style savory dish, Manokan Country is a host for many small eateries that offer this delight. They’re also known for their delicacies, Napoleones and Piaya.

Negros was initially known to the natives as “Buglas,” which means “cut off.” But when the Spaniards arrived in April 1565, they saw that the locals were dark-skinned and so they called the place “Negros.”

Among the people that have called this province their home are Katherine Luzuriaga, an immunologist who developed a cure for HIV infected infants, Leandro Locsin, a National Artist for Architecture, Susan Roces, the Queen of Philippine Movies, Kuh Ledesma, the Pop Diva of the Philippines, Aurora Pijuan, 1970 Miss International, and Mary Grace Baloyo, a recipient of the nation’s highest military honor, the Philippine Medal of Valor.

Official website: negros-occ.gov.ph

Negros Occidental Zip Code and Area Code
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