Guihulngan is located on the mideastern coast of Negros Island facing Tanon Strait. The town of Vallehermoso and
the city of Canlaon are its neighbor on the north while the town of La Libertad is its neighbor in the south. The city's western
part is bounded by Negros Occidental Province. It has an area of 600 square kilometers. Except for the poblacion area, all the
city's barangays are considered rural. Terrain is characterized by narrow coastal plain which gently rises into rolling
hills and mountains in the interior.
Guihulngan has large forest lands and vast agricultural areas. Rice, corn, sugar, and coconut
are the main products. Fishing is an important indutry among the barangays near the coastal areas. The city has a
thriving livestock and poultry raising industries.
The city aims to produce the best bags and fashion accessories made from pandan leaves and is promoting them under the
One Town One Product (OTOP) program of the government.
Guihulngan has the potential to become an agro-industrial center. Investors can put up commercial farms for the
production of high value crops such as malungay and other fruits and vegetables. Small and medium industrial plants for the
production of processed foods, furniture, organic fertilizer, feeds, and other consumer goods can become winners in this town.
Places of Interest / Tourist Spots in Guihulngan
- Municipal Park
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