Located in Central Luzon, the province of Bataan is laden with history, notably during World War II when the Filipino and American forces were overpowered by the Japanese. Today, Bataan houses many industrial businesses, contributing to its economy. Aside from this, the tourism industry is also on the rise, featuring
Bataan is a Central Luzon province that has plenty to offer weekend warriors or those who want to take a longer vacation. It has beaches and historic and cultural attractions that will fill your itinerary. It also doesn’t draw huge crowds unlike many other popular tourist destinations in the country.
Bataan is an accessible and popular destination. Visitors can easily reach this province from Manila by either public or private transportation. Buses from Cubao to Mariveles or Balanga cost up to around P200 or more one way, depending on where you’re going in the province and if you’ll need transfers.
Tucked away about 170 kilometers away from the Metro is Mariveles, Bataan. It is home to different spots that are now being noticed by tourists. Adventure haven is found in this not-so quaint town. A major climb for the hiking enthusiasts, the famous Tarak Ridge is found here, known for
Often hailed as the “Batanes of the West”, the municipality of Mariveles is definitely not lacking in the beautiful landscape department. With most of its land area remaining as wild places, the town is sure to come up with a horde of incredible natural gems; one of which is a
The town of Mariveles, aside from its significant role in Philippine history, boasts of a topography contoured with pristine coves, pastoral hills, and view decks, as well as a number of beaches. Panoypoy Beach (also known as Hawla Beach) offers travelers a chill no-fuss time with its easy ambiance and
Morong Beach in Bataan is one of the most popular beach destinations because it is only a couple of hours away from Metro Manila. Laki (or Laque) Beach is an alternative place to visit for those who want to explore other attractions in the province. It is a privately-owned beach
The lovely town of Bagac, Bataan, may not be as popular as the heritage cities of Taal, Silay, and Vigan, but in a vast stretch of the town’s coast lies a development that easily combines the best of the three and so much more. Las Casas De Filipinas De Acuzar
It’s like going back in time with Spanish colonial architecture lining the beachfront in this quaint town of Bagac, Bataan. Las Casas De Acuzar Heritage Resort is a cultural and leisure park where fully-restored heritage houses called bahay na bato create a focal point to a unique beach-going experience.