Bacong is place located at the southern part of Dumaguete City, in Negros Oriental, Region seven of the Philippines.
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It has an abundant lifestyle and rich in culture.
The Bacong people are fond of their shores. Since it is located at near the sea, most of them are fishermen. In the upper part of Bacong grows abundant corn fields.
Its famous church is the oldest in the province of Negros Oriental, Region seven of the Philippines.
It has a strategic prehispanic areas where the four main buildings in the town are located in a square form.