Negros Oriental



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Bayawan City has an area territory of 699.08 km², one of the biggest in the Visayas. This records for 13% of the region's property range. Mabinay limits it toward the north, Santa Catalina toward the east, Tanjay City toward the southeast, Basay toward the west, and it likewise imparts a limit to Kabankalan City of Negros Occidental on the northwest. The coastline is 15 km west to east, with 7 seaside barangays. Bayawan is a greater amount of the rustic setting than urbanized with just 2.25% of its aggregate area region as urban range. The city is essentially horticultural and its economy sits on an agrarian stage. Incomes from area cultivating, domesticated animals creation, water society exercises and marine angling are a noteworthy pay commitment of the City.