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is the first town south of Dumaguete City. It is the smallest town of Negros Oriental.

Land Area: 40.30 km
Population: 32,286 (2010)
Barangays: 22

The People______________________________

Majority of the people in the town speak the Cebuano dialect.

Getting There and Away_____________________

Buses and jeepneys going to the other towns in the south pass through Amlan several times daily.

Tricycles are also available.

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Its church of San Agustin, has the province's tallest belfry, oldest main altar with gold-leafing and painted friezes, and a pipe organ from Zaragoza, Spain, installed in 1898 shortly before the revolution against Spain broke out in Negros Oriental. The only other pipe organ of similar provenance is found in Bohol. With its reasonably well-preserved complex, including churchyard and convent, the church is one of the 26 colonial churches all over the country selected for restoration by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.

Bacong's historical importance is well-monumented: it is the birthplace of Negros Oriental's hero and only Katipunero - General Pantaleon Villegas, also known as Leon Kilat, who's birthday is celebrated every July 27.

Barrio Isugan was the site of a battle between Filipino and American soldiers.

Points of touristic interest are a string of beaches the length of the Bacong shoreline, sinamay handlooms, and the Negros Oriental Arts and Heritage, which produces export quality stonecraft furniture, jewel boxes and fashion accessories.

One of the town's bigger barangyas, San Miguel, marks its local fiesta with a unique Sinulog de San Miguel, where the archangel and his heavenly army are depicted battling the forces of evil.

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