A bipolar soft set is given by helping not only a chosen set of "parameters" but also a set of oppositely meaning parameters called "not set of parameters". It is known that a structure of bipolar soft set is consisted of two mappings such that F : E -> P(X) and G : inverted left perpendicular E -> P(X), where F explains positive information and G explains opposite approximation. In this study, we first introduce a new definition of bipolar soft points to overcome the drawbacks of the previous definition of bipolar soft points given in . Then, we explore the structures of bipolar soft locally compact and bipolar soft paracompact spaces. We investigate their main properties and illuminate the relationships between them. Also, we define the concept of a bipolar soft compactification and investigate under what condition a bipolar soft topology forms a bipolar soft compactification for another bipolar soft topology. To elucidate the presented concepts and obtained results, we provide some illustrative examples.