Sagay City is located along the northeastern coast of Negros Island. It is bounded on the north by the Visayan Sea, on the
east by Escalante City and the town of Toboso, on the south by the town of Calatrava, and on the west by the
cities of Cadiz and Silay.
In terms of population, Sagay is the fifth largest among the 13 cities of Negros Occidental.
It has a total land area of 330 square kilometers most of which are rural areas. Farming and fishing are the most
important indusries in the city. It has two sugar mills namely: Sagay Central and Lopez Sugar Central. The city also
has an iceplant and a bagasse textboard factory. Other factories include rice and corn mills, garment and metal shops.
The city celebrates the Sinigayan Festival as a way of bringing attention to the rich marine resources of
The city offers opportunities in food processing especially sugar-based foods, meat and fish processing. The manufacture of furniture, clothing
and fashion accessories, jewelry, personal care and other consumer goods are encouraged. The establishment of commercial complexes and tourist facilities are welcomed in this city.
Places of Interest / Tourist Attractions in Sagay City
- Cabiao Cave
- Talithi Falls
- Museo Sang Bata
- Vito Church
- San Vicente Ferrer Statue
- Old Shay steam locomotive
- Jomabo Island
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