Bataan is a province in the Philippines known for its rich history, natural attractions, and vibrant culture. Its historical significance stems from its role in World War II and is reflected in its many memorials and landmarks.

The province is home to various natural wonders such as beaches, mountains, and nature reserves. Bataan’s culture is heavily influenced by its Spanish colonial past and is celebrated through colorful festivals, such as the Bataan Day and Pawikan Festival.

Its cuisine is also unique, featuring local dishes like Bataan adobo and seafood. Overall, Bataan is a great destination for history, culture, and nature enthusiasts.


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Day 1:

  • Breakfast at Balanga
  • Visit Bataan World War II Museum
  • Visit Balanga Wetland and Nature Park
  • Visit Mount Samat
  • Visit Bataan Death March Marker
  • Lunch at Bagac
  • Check-in at hotel
  • Las Casas Tour
  • Dinner and socials (ghost hunting)

Day 2:

  • Breakfast at Bagac
  • Visit Japan-Philippines Friendship Tower
  • Visit Pawikan Conservation Center
  • Going to Five Fingers Beach (Laki Beach)
  • Lunch
  • Five Fingers Island Hopping Tour
  • Dinner and socials

Day 3:

  • Breakfast
  • Check-out
  • Going back home
FOOD RECOMMENDATIONS

BALANGA

  • Food Garage
  • Jun-Jun’s Barbecue
  • Jollibee
  • Meat Plus
  • Beanery Cafe

 

BAGAC

  • Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
  • MTB Restaurant
  • Coco Beach 
  • Bagac Sisig 

 

MARIVELES

  • Grill N Chill 
  • Patpat’s Kainan
  • D’beach Resort
PASALUBONG RECOMMENDATIONS

PASALUBONG RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Bataan Sweets – peanut brittle, pastillas de leche, tamales 
  • Bataan-made handicrafts
  • Danggit (dried fish)
  • Busilak’s Cashew Prunes
  • Cashew Nuts



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