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Morong Bataan Travel Guide

Morong Bataan Travel Guide - Beach

Philippine Tourist Spots: Morong, Bataan Travel Guide Situated at the mouth of Subic Bay and facing the West Philippine Sea, the municipality of Morong in Bataan is gifted with a long shoreline that makes it as one of the ideal beach destinations near Metro Manila. The beach scene though isn’t the

8 Best Things To Do In Pilar, Bataan

Things to see in Bataan

Three hours is all it takes to reach the beautiful town of Pilar, Bataan. Bataan offers a lot of fun activities for everyone. There’s something for everyone, from the sporty to the sentimental to the religious to the hungry and even to those who just want to put their feet

Pawikan Festival 2019

Pawikan Festival

  The Pawikan Festival is an annual celebration of the endangered ‘pawikan’ or sea turtles. It’s usually held at the end of November up to the beginning of December in Morong, Bataan, but the festival itself garners the attention of the whole of Bataan. The date more or less coincides with

Ferry from Manila to Bataan in only 50 minutes for only Php 450 with 1 Bataan

Ferry from Manila to bataan

Traveling from Manila to Bataan originally takes 3-4 hours via land transport; However, my recent visit to Bataan during the 77th Araw ng Kagitingan took only 50-Minutes, thanks to the new transportation system established by 1Bataan. About 1Bataan 1Bataan Integrated Transport system is a collaboration between Magic Leaf and the provincial government

Remembering the Fallen Heroes on “Araw ng Kagitingan” : 77th Araw ng Kagitingan celebration in Bataan

Float Parade for Araw ng Kagitingan in Bataan

The Day of Valor or “Araw ng Kagitingan”, as it is commonly referred to in the Philippines, is a national holiday held on the same day every year since 1942 – the 9th of April. It’s an annual commemoration of the fall of the Bataan Peninsula during World War II,

Tarak Ridge, Mariveles, Bataan.

Tarak Ridge, Mariveles, Bataan. 6

Amazon.com Widgets My friends and I are going to do Mt. Kanlaon this August. In preparation, I have been joining climbs of different difficulties. When I got invited for Tarak Ridge, I immediately checked out Pinoy Mountaineer and saw this: Jump Off Point: Barangay Alas- Asin Mariveles Days Required/ Hours to Summit: 2

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