Distance from Bacolod : 31.1 kilometers
Land Area: 2,300.00 hectares
Classification: 4th Class
No. of Barangays: 20 Barangays
Population: 27,072 (August 1, 2007)
Language: Hiligaynon/Ilonggo
English is spoken & understood

Points of Interest

Jewels Restaurant
Puesta del Sol Beach Resort
Pulupandan Port
Asian Alcohol Distillery Plant


Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes (February 11)
Feast of Sta. Filomena/Annual Fiesta (February 15)


Monday (Poblacion)


Pulupandan is approximately a 30-minute drive from Bacolod City by private car and a little more than 45 minutes in public utility vehicles and buses via the main highway.


Green Beach Liberation Stone Marker
It was in the beaches of Pulupandan in the early dawn of March 29,1945 that the historical event of the landing of American Liberation Forces without any opposition nor bloodshed and who together with the Filipino guerillas drive the enemy forces away from the island of Negros.
This marker standstill at Barangay Zone-1, showcasing the significance of the area’s history and valor, boosting the pride and awareness of the new generation of this rich cultural heritage of the Filipino people.

Bird Watching in Pulupandan Bird Watching in Pulupandan

Bird Watching Activity. Go & register in the Municipal Hall where a guide will be provided, Tel. No.: +63 (34) 461-0239. Three routes to reach the area. A.) Via Land – Through Brgy. Culo to Sitio cavan town proper (note: route slippery during rainy season and it’s recommended to bring a small wheel based vehicle preference 4WD during wet season) or take a tricycle during ordinary times. B.) Via Boat – Via Lag-asan (under Bago bridge) or via Bago boulevard (Bantayan Park). Best time for bird watching, YEAR ROUND – 4-6 a.m ; 3-6 p.m. BREEDING PLUMAGE – March to September. NON BREEDING PLUMAGE – October to February.


Federico Infante
Telefax: (34) 461-1183
Email: [email protected]