Every Christmas a lot of people in Dumaguete would try to find time to travel south from Sibulan all the way up to Bais or even farther just to see and compare the beautiful Christmas trees that the towns have constructed in their parks. Of course, there's the random eating (food stalls are available everywhere) usually follows after the selfies or the mini "train ride" around the park in Bais City. Then there's Dumaguete's Christmas attraction which was featured on national TV---known as the Christmas house, this house turned into a dreamland glitters everywhere you look. Dumaguete's Christmas house is located in Piapi, somewhere near Neva's and Sta. Teresa's resto. However, it seems like there isn't much action happening in towns somewhere south. It has always been Bais, Tanjay, etc. that attract the interest of people. On the other hand, I think towns located in the southern part of the province starting with Bacong, Dauin, etc. do not seem to gain as much attention as those towns in the north, although someone said that Bayawan has also a gorgeous X'mas tree. That's it! Enjoy your Christmas in Duma!