Bulacan is a charming province. Its location, an hour drive from Manila, makes it a popular side trip. For one, it’s a fantastic place to discover the Philippines' storied past since one of its tourist attractions, the Barasoain Church in Malolos City, is recognized as the seat of the first constitutional democracy. For another, Bulacan has a vibrant culture characterized by its colorful festivals.
Known as the “Land of Heroes,” since time immemorial, the real touristic draw of the province is its people. Philippine heroes Marcelo H. Del Pilar, Gregorio Del Pilar, and Francisco Balagtas may no longer be around, but their legacy lives on. Bulakenyos are famed for their hospitality and warmth. They will generously guide you through the best eats and experiences, which includes a mix of nature and adventure. Some of the must-see sites in this province include Biak-na-Bato National Park, Tila Pilon Hills and Falls, Puning Cave, Mt. Manalmon, and Bitbit River.
Bulacan is an awesome destination in Luzon. And its proximity to Metro Manila and to other provinces like Pampanga, Bataan, and Zambales enhances its tourism value even more.
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