Casa Real Malolos
The first printing press of Bulacan, Cas Real is a museum with a collection of antique Bulacan-made furniture. As well as the beautiful terno gowns worn by its leading ladies. Open Tue-Sun., 9AM-5PM
Francisca Reyes Aquino Shrine, Bocaue
Commemorates the legacy of the late National Artist for Dance. Open Tue-Sun., 9AM-5PM
Marcelo H. Del Pilar Shrine, Bulacan
A museum dedicated to the erudite. Pro=pagandist and chief editor of the newspaper La Solidaridad. Open: Tue.-Sun., 9AM-5PM.
Barasoain Church, Malolos
Housed the earliest democracy in Southeast Asia, Containos a vital collection of ecclesistical artifacts, as well as a world-class Light and Sou0th Museum.
Kakarong de Sili Revolutionary Memorial, Pandi.,
The memorial commemoraates the sacrifice of 3,000 Katipuneros in the name of liberty in December 1896
Mercado House, Bustos
A fine example of the Colonial stone house (bahay na bato) is pfarmed for its stone relief carvings on the façade. A sculpture garden garden is dedicated to the Modernist Conrado Mercado.
Pariancillo Street, Malolos
The wealthy mestizo district, includes the Neoclassical Bautista House, and the Art Deco Santos House. Amarker commemorates the location of the historical Instituto de Mujeres.
Poblacion, San Miguel
See the Mansions of the Tecson, Sevilla, done in Turn-of-Century Art Nouveau.
Hiyas Museum, Malolos
The library, museum and cutural center of Bulacan. See the historical collection that chronicles Bulacan from the pre-colonial period to the 20th Century. View the magnificent mural History of Bulacan by the late muralist Amadeo Manalad
Nature At its Best
Biak-na-Bato National Park San Miguel
This 2,117-hectare national park boasts several campsites, a 3-kilometer long river channel cut out of the solid granibedrock, and various cave formations like Aguinaldo Cave, and Paniki Cave with its large and population of fruit bats,. Ideal for nature lovers, rock climbers, and hikers.
View the magnificent lpo Dam reservoir! Or catch a glimpse of the Sierra Madre mountain range that ring the eastern areas of Bulacan. Ideal for spelunkers.
Puning Cave, Dona Renedios Trinidad
Explore Bulacan’s new ecotourism sites! The Puning Cave complex is a series of caves reached via a six-hour hike through through the last unspoiled frontier of Bulacan. Ideal for Spelunkers.
Verdivia Falls, Dona Remedios Trinidad
Watch water from the Sierra Madre tumble into the hillsides as one hikes through Barangay Talbak. Ideals for bikers, mountaineers, and day hikers, Mount Lumot Dona emedios Trinidad. The highest mountain of Bulacan, located at the Sierra Madre range in Barangay Camachin ideal for basic and advanced mountaineers.
Angat River, Calumpit
Hike, Bike or picnic in the placid river banks, of the Angat River as its way across Calumpit. Visit Balagbag Bridge, were a famous battle was waged April 1899 between Filipino and American armies. Kayak in its clean, crystal-clear waters.
Calendar of Events
January 1 New Year’s Day
January 22-23 Halaman Festival (Guiginto)
January 23 Malolos Republic Day
Last Sunday of January Santo Nino Festival (Malolos)
Philippine National Police, Provincial Command
Tel: (044) 790-6063/ (044) 662-0273
Bureau of Fire Protection, City of Malolos
Tel: (044) 791-662-3472
(044) 791- 6129
North Luzon Expressway Hotline
Tel: (02) 580-8910
GATEAWAY TO THE NORTH
Bulacan, the Gateaway to the North of Metro Manila, os bordered on the southwest by Pamapanga, notheast by Nueva Ecija, and east by Quezon Province. It is flat and alluvial in the west, rolling plains and hilly on the center, and moiuntainous on the east. It has a land area of 2,625 square kilometers, and a population of nearly 3 million.
Bulacan has 2 cities and 22 municipalities, namely: the City of Malolos[Capital], Bulacan, Calumpit,Hagonoy, Paombong, Pulilan (District I); Balagtas,Baliuag, Bocaue, Bustos, Guiguinto, Pandi, Plaridel (District II); Angat, Dona Remedios Trinidad,Norzagaray, San Ildefonso, San Miguel, San Rafael
(District III); Marilao, Meycauayan , Obando, Sta. Maria (District IV); and San Jose del Monte City (Lone District)
Baliuag Transit (majority of Bulacan routes). Terminals: Cubao, Divisoria, Grace Park and Ayala Park Square II. German Eswpiritu Liner (Bocaue-Balagtas). Royal Eagle Transit and Five Star Buses (Bulacan-to-Cagayan), Terminals: EDSA Cubao
By Fx Taxi:
From SM City North & Farmer’s Plaza, Cu0bao: alonog EDSA Cubao; and Rizal Avenue, Caloocan City. FX Taxi from Pampanga: SM Pampanga, San F0ernando City
From EDSA VIA NLEX Balintawak Tollgate or Bonifacio Drive: Monomento via McArthur Highway towards Meycauayan . By Car from Pampanga: NLEX Dau Tollgate, NLEX Angeles City Tollgate, or NLEX San Fernando City Tollgate towards Pulilan; McArthur Highway via Angeles or San Fernando City towards Calumpit.