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Profile of Bataan

About Bataan
source: www.tambayanet.com

Bataan peninsula is located southwards from the western shores of central Luzon, forming the enclosed and well-sheltered Manila Bay to the east that is nearly cut off from the open China Sea in the west. The narrow outlet separates the peninsula from Corregidor Island and Cavite to the south. The provinces of Zambales and Pampanga form common boundaries to the north. About 80% of Bataan is mountainous or hilly with Mount Mariveles and Mount Natib dominating the interior. Most of the agricultural portion of Bataan is in the north and east. The province experiences two pronounced seasons; dry from November until April and the wet from May to October. During World War II it was the scene of heavy fighting between Allied and Japanese forces from January 6, 1942, to April 9, 1942. Bataan fell to Japan on April 9 and was retaken by an American force on February 17, 1945.

HISTORY

Several villages in the coastal plains of Bataan were already thriving communities when Spanish missionaries found them in the 1570s. Bataan, then known as Vatan, was part of the vast Capampangan Empire that included what now are the provinces of Pampanga, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, and some portions of Bulacan, Zambales and Pangasinan, These coastal villages were inhabited by natives who were predominantly fishermen, farmers and craftsmen. Meanwhile, the hillsides were inhabited by nomadic Aeta tribes.

Bataan was established in 1754 by Governor General Pedro Manuel Arandia. Before this, the region was divided into two parts: the Corregimiento of Mariveles and the Province of Pampanga. The towns of Mariveles, Bagac, Morong and Maragondon, Cavite comprised the Corregimiento of Mariveles that was under the jurisdiction of the Recollect Order of the Roman Catholic Church. The province of Pampanga included the towns of Orion, Pilar, Balanga, Abucay, Samal, Orani, Llana Hermosa and San Juan de Dinalupihan. The latter group was under the charge of the Dominican Order. Limay, the twelfth town of Bataan, was named only in 1917.

Long before the outbreak of Word War II, Bataan already earned herself a secure place in the history of the Philippines. The prince of Filipino printers, Tomas Pinpin, a native of Abucay, who either authored or co-authored some of the oldest books in the Philippines and printed them himself between 1610 to 1639 in the printing press located inside the Abucay Catholic Church. In 1647, the plundering Dutch Naval forces were resisted in Bataan, the defenders ultimately chose the glory of death to the ignominy of surrender.

Bataan was among the first provinces to rise in revolt against Spanish tyranny. Two of her sons, Pablo Tecson and Tomas del Rosario, figured prominently in the Malolos Convention in 1898, and were instrumental in ensuring that the Filipinos enjoyed religious freedom. Cayetano Arellano of Orion became the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the Revolutionary Government, and later on became the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

When the Pacific War broke out in 1941, the selection of the peninsula as the locale of the last defensive stand by the USAFFE against the invading Japanese forces brought fame and infamy to Bataan. The loss of life and property cannot be estimated. Bataan then became the symbol of valor and tenacity in its hopeless stand against the much superior invading Japanese Imperial Forces. Today, a national landmark called the Shrine of Valor (Dambana ng Kagitingan) stands majestically on top of the Mt. Samat in Pilar as testimony to the gallantry and sacrifices of the men and women who with their blood, tears, and sweat made the grounds of Bataan hallow.

People, Culture and the Arts

Most of the 424,000 people living in Bataan are Tagalogs. Kapampangans comprise a significant minority of less than 10% and are concentrated in the municipalities adjoining the province of Pampanga. Recent rapid industrialization has lured thousands of people from other provinces to settle within Bataan.

The province of Bataan has always been linked closely to the culture and economy of Manila. Much of what the province produces is exported to Manila. The primary traditional industry of Bataan is fishing. It is the home of thousands of fishermen whose industry has spawned a unique craft of net and fishtrap making. Nets produced in Bataan take on various forms and shapes like the panli, kalukutok, pambonot, pansiliw, panitig, mananacag hipon, panglusong, hila-hila, kitang, pangapak, bintol, salambaw, dala, bating, pangalabaw and the gulgureta. Each net type responds to various needs and uses. There are also various fishtraps like the saluhin, paclang, aguila, panghipon and pangalalo.

The province exports the excess of its fish catch and the town of Orion is famous for its tuyo (dried fish). Orani used to have large tracts of nipa groves, which used to produce a native beverage called tuba. Tuba is still produced but in smaller quantities and primarily for local consumption.

Events and Holidays

Feast Days and Festivals
Feast days, or "fiesta", as more popularly known, are always good memories to cherish. A lot of activities are in store for the entertainment of the people. There are fairs, carnivals, bargain shops, craft shops, amateur singing and dancing contests, musical shows, beauty pageants, and even a Miss Gay contest to the delight of the audience because of the hilarious and crazy antics of the contestants. On the eve of a fiesta there is often a "serenata" (brass band) exhibition or contest in the plaza. On the big day, drum and bugle bands would march on the streets with the "karakol" or street dancing lively strutting along their wake.

Flores de Mayo (May)
A daily devotion to the Virgin Mary by offering flowers throughout the month. Highlighted with "santacruzan" or "sagala", a parade of beautiful Bataeña debutantes participate in full regale amidst flowers.

Holy Week (March-April)
Holy Week is another awaited holiday for there are lots of activities and events held in church or in the town plaza. Starting from Ash Wednesday that ushers in the season of Lent, "kubols" are set up in every barangay for the "pabasa", wherein the life and passion of Jesus Christ is read through chanting by devotees on all hours of the day. A week-long activity, from "Linggo ng Palaspas" (Palm Sunday) to "salubong" (Easter Sunday), is prepared in church. On Maundy Thursday, "pagulong" starts in preparation for the "penitensiya" the next day. Some devotees do the "Bisita Iglesia" and read the Station of the Cross on different parishes. Early on Good Friday people would flock the town plaza or main streets to watch the "penitensiya" (flagellants) and the "senakulo", a passion play depicting the sufferings of Jesus Christ. In the towns of Orani and Samal you can see the real crucifixion of a devotee. At twelve noon, the "Siete Palabras" (Seven Last Words) is chanted in church. At night is the "libing" or burial of Jesus Christ, one of the most attended procession in the province. On Easter Sunday is the "salubong" or "alleluia", another procession celebrating the meeting of the Risen Lord and the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Bataan Day (April 9)
The Bataan Day Celebration is an annual event of the province. War veterans and their families travel from all over the country to Mount Samat every April 9 to reminisce the past and celebrate the bravery of our soldiers who offered their lives for freedom. Prior to the big day, the Provincial Government and the Provincial Tourism Office sponsor activities like a photo contest and exhibit, quiz bees, beauty pageants, trade fairs, and a drum and bugle competition/exhibition.

Paskuhan sa Mabatang (December)
Christmas is a much-awaited season for everyone. In Mabatang, Abucay the joys of Christmas is extended to the streets. Every "sitio" in the barangay is lavishly adorned and lighted to the obvious delight of everyone. People from all over the province and nearby towns would drive around Mabatang to check out the new gimmick Abukeños have come up for this year. It shows the creativity and ingenuity of the people.

Points of Interest
First Line of Defense Marker (Dinalupihan)
Marks the first strong line of defense of combined Phil. and USAFFE troops against the Japanese invasion during World War II.

Democracy Marker
Situated at the provincial boundary between Pampanga and Bataan which depicts the role of Bataan in the fight for freedom for the preservation of democracy.

Death March Marker (Orani)
The folk arts statue commemorating the defiant spirit of Bataan, where Death march marches passed on their way to the prison camp.

Tomas Pinpin Monument
In memory of first Filipino printer. It was in Abucay church where Tomas Pinpin co-authored and printed the earliest books in the country with Fr. Blancas de San Jose in 1610.

First Abucay Catholic Church
On this site a fierce battle between the Dutch and the natives together with defenders took place in June 23, 1647. The church is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines. It housed the first printing press in the country which outdated any single press in the US

The Main Battle Position (Abucay Town)
The battle possition of the USAFFE, known officially as the Abucay -Morong Line, under the War Plan Orange 3. The then second Lieutenant Alexander R. Miniger, Jr., 57th Infantry (PS) Gainsville, Georgia was posthumously decorated the Congressional Medal for an action on this line 12 January 1942, and became the first America´s highest military decoration.

Abucay Municipal Building
A historic relic of one of the largest town of Bataan.

Bankal Settlement
A newly created barangay where the Actas still maintain their traditional customs and usages in accordance with our cultural heritage.

Bagak Town
Zero Kilometer Marker. The start of the infamous Death March that also marks the beginning of Japanese control over the nation.

Camaliw Falls
This natural falls presents a project idea for tourism and recreational development.

Kaytibong Falls
This natural waterfalls remains to be developed.

Catholic Church Belfry
This was used as a site for Japanese artillery bombardment of Mt. Samat where both Filipino and American Forces gave their last stand.

Lamao World War II Marker
World War II exempted almost no place in the province that this town overlooking Manila Bay and Corregidor deserves a marker.

Flaming Sword
A symbol of the Filipino courage and gallantry in the face of external threats to the nation´s democracy and peace.

Final Battle Site Marker
To remember the coutage and heroism of Bataan defenders amidst hunger, sickness and death.

Battle of Trail 2 (Capot Hill)
A point where several men died in defense of freedom and democracy.

Dunsulan Falls
Ideal site for pocnics and inland swimming.

Sitio Diwa
A full-pledged barangay but a glorious example of a small village which answered the call for the united defense against foreign aggressors.

Fall of Bataan Marker (Balanga)
This commemorates the fall of Bataan, in memory of war veterans, living and dead. The marker symbolizes the courage and the enduring commitment of a Filipino soldier to his country.

Surrender Site Marker (Balanga)
Marks the spot where the grim surrender of Bataan and Corregidor was signed by Maj. Gen. Edward King Jr., on April 9, 1942. Surrender marker can be found within the compound of Balanga Elementary School.

Dambana ng Kagitingan (Shrine of Valor) Pilar
Natural shrine atop Mt. Samat which immortalizes the agony of the Filipino and Americans against the forces of aggression and articulates the Commitment of the Filipino people to freedom and dignity.

Mt. Samat
Was the scene of the most heroic defensive battle during World War II.

Mt. Malasimbo
A cinica-shaped mountain cinsidered as a weather forcasting device predicting a coming typhoon when its summit is covered with dark clouds.

Battle of Toul Pocket Marker (Bagac)
Marks the significant pockers where a battle ensued as a prelude to the final defense in Bataan. The series of fights to eliminate the Japanese forces known as the Battle of Pockets fought from Jan 27 to Feb. 17.

Sibul Spring
A tourist potential with sulfuric swimming pool and wide area for outdoor recreation.

Pasukulan Falls
A natural wonder at the valley of Mt. Natib which has fresh vegetation and unexplored area.

Maria Canon Statue
This tower was erected for the repose of many dead souls in the Philippines during World War 2 by the Mie-ken Daiichi Shueesec of the Japanese Sohtohshuh Spot, September 1978.

Philippine-Japan Friendship Tower
This symbolizes that after a war, there is a period of reconciliation, peace and friendship.

Roosevelt National Park
A forest reservation ideal for outdoor adventures and Boy Scout Camporal area with facilities for irrigation and game hunting.

Alangan River
In Bataan every place is a place to go. No small creek or river is without a tint of history and of practical value.

BEPZA
The Bataan export Processing Zone Authority is the site of many foreign based factories and companies producing items ranging from dolls to automobiles for export.

U.N. Refuge Center
Located in Morong Town. A temporary resettlement area and processing center for Indo-Chinese refugees migrating to European, American and Facific countries.

Nuclear Power Plant
The country´s first controversial commercial nuclear power plant with a capacity of 620 megawatts.

Cayetano Arellano Marker
Located on Orion Town. This marks Orion, as the birthplace of the first Filipino Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

Francisco Balagtas Monument
In honor of the great Filipino poet and patriot, this monument was erected.


Climate
The climate in this province is of the forst type which is composed of two pronounced season starts in November and ends up in April, and the wet season from May to October.

Religion
Roman Chatholicism is the predominant religion followed by Protestantism and others.


Language / Dialect
Tagalog as their common language is widely used followed by Pampango and Ilocano.


How to get there
Land transportation is provided by three bus companies: The Philippine Rabbit and Pantranco Bus Liner ply the Bataan-Manila route while the Victory Liner services the Bataan-Olongapo route. An array of mini-buses, jeepneys, and tricycles fill the gaps in the intermunicipal road with Balanga as the Terminal point. Mini buses enroute for Manila, Olongapo, and San Fernando, Pampanga are also available in the capital town.

Travel by air is yet very limited. Bataan has no modern airport, only low standard airstrips and helipads are available to government and private airplanes and helicopters. There are 5 industrial enterprises that have that have these airstrips for their usage. These are the Bataan Pulp and Paper Mills, Inc. in Samal; Bataan Export Processing Zone and Landoil Multinational Village both in the town of Mariveles and Petrophil in Limay.

Travel by sea-Bataan waters are navigable by both inter-island and international vessels to and from the province. Four (4) national, one (1) municipal, and (4) private piers are serving and accommodating vessels transporting gppds and passengers in and out of the province. Passenger vessels consist of a ferry boat "Overcraft" with three trips plying to and from Mariveles and Manila and EPZA 1 which ferry EPZA quests. Dicking point is at BASECO, Port of Mariveles. Because of the short distance to Corregidor, passengers prefer to travel by boat at a convenience as well as view the historical place.



More Related Indormation

BATAAN- Historical Tours

BATAAN rings a chord in the heart of every Filipino. It is a symbol of democracy and freedom- a memorial to the galiant Filipino-American de3fenders of Bataan wqho fought decesive battles that delayed timetable of the well-equipped and better trained a Japanese Imperial forces, and changed the course of history in the Pacific.

Obscure and relatively unknown before World War II, Bataan was founded in 1754 by Governor General Pedro Manuel Arandia. The region was divided in two parts- The Corregimiento of Mariveles which was under the jurisdiction of the Recollect Order of the Roman Catholic Church. The province of Pampanga. Th towns of Mariveles, Bogac, Morong, and Maragondong, Cavite comprised the Corregimiento of Mariveles which was under the jurisdiction of the Recollect Order of the Roman Catholic Church. The province of Pampanga included the towns of Orion, Pila0r, Balanga, Abucay, Samal, Orani, Liana Hermosa and San Juan de Dinalupihan. The group was under the charge of the Dominican Order.

The Dominicans founded Abucay on June 10, 1588, Samal on April 30, 1641, Orion April 30, 1667, Orani and Balanga on April 21, 1714, Liana Hermosa May 8, 1756 and Pilar March 10, 1901. The three towns on the western side-Mariveles, Bagac and Morong were founded by the Franciscans about 1578.

Bataan has more than its share of significant historical events: in 1574, the dreded Chinese Limahong used Lusong point at the western side of Bataan as a landing place; in 1647, the Dutch Naval Forces perpetrated the Abucay Massacre; and the Bataan ;Death March to Capas, Tarlac start in the municipalities of Mariveles and Bagac. Today touching commemorative shrines are dedeicated to the memory of those who resisted the Japanese occupation- ba bayonet thrust into the ground with a helmet symbolically slung over the the rifle butt to mark the start of the Death March; and the imposing “Dambana ng Kagitingan” on top of Mt. Samat in Pilar, Bataan.

Bataan is a province faced with a challenge. It is on the verge of becoming both an extensive industrialization hub hub a tourist haven which may well be the equivalent of the dynamic force it exuded in its heroic past.

HISTORICAL MARKERS

TOWN MARKER MAP INDEX

Dinalupihan First Line of Depense Marker G-2
Hermosa Democracy Marker G-2
Commemorative Marker G-3
Orani Death March Marker H-4
Abucay Main Battle Position Marker H-5
Tomas Pinpin Monument H-5
Maria Canon Statue F-5
Balanga Surrender Site Marker/Diwa ng Bataan H-7
St.Joseph Cathedral Belfry H-7
Fall of Bataan Marker G-7
Pilar Flaming Sword G-8
Shrine of Valor G-8
Battle of Trail 2 G-8
Orion Cayetano Arellano monument H-8
Limary Alangan Marker H/I-10
Mariveles Zero Km. Death March Marker E-12
Bagac Battle of Toul Pocket E-8
Phil.- Japanese Friendship Tower D-8
Zero Km. Death March Marker D-8
Morong Vietnamese Shrines & Monuments B-5

THINGS TO DO

ECO-TOURISM

Bird Watching
Pawikan Conservation Center
Mountain Plantation
Balang City
Nagbalayong, Morong
Orani- Morong, Mariveles
Abucay, Balanga City
Pilar & Orion

SPORTS- TOURISM

Mountain Biking
Motorcross
Circuit Racing
Airsoft War Games
Practical Shooting
Mariveles, Bagac, Orion (Nov-April)
Pilar-Orion, Mariveles-Bagac
Balanga City
Pulong Bato, Orion
BATAS Firing Range, Lamao, Limay

*For more info contact (047) 237-4785 or email toursim_bataan@yahoo.com

BATAAN FESTIVITIES & CELEBRATIONS

February Kalakalan Festival Mariveles
(Last Week)

March/April Senakulo Calaguiman
(Holy Week) Samat

April 9 Bataan Day Shrine of Valor
Mt.Samat, Pilar

April Banga Festival City of Balanga
(Last Week)

May 2 Pagbubunyi Limay
May 3 St. Peter of Verona Hermosa
Feast Day

May 8 Pistahan sa Udyong Orion
June 24 Kuraldal Festival Dinalupihan
September Palis Festival Abucay
(3rd Sunday)
October Nuestra Senora Orani
(2nd Sunday) Virgen del Rosario
Feast day
November 24 Tagak Festival Bagac
November(Last Week) Pawikan Festival Nagbalayong
Morong
December 15 Paskuhan sa Mabatang Mabatang, Abucay
to January 06

WHERE TO GO…

La Vista
Roman Super Hi-way
Balanga City
(047) 237-1961 to 63
(047)791-3380

Forest Greens
Resort and Restaurant
Brgy. Camacho,Tenejero
Balanga City
(047) 237-6850

Centre Plaza Mail
St.Joseph St.Poblacion
Balanga City
(047)237-7007
237-2277/791-2044

Raven Resort
Roman Super Hi-way Abucay
(047) 461-2427 to 29
(02) 714-2069 to 72

Bataan Greenhills Farm & Resort
Kabukiran, Calaylayan Abucay
(047) 461-2340
0918 366 2778

Peninsula de Bataan Resort
Km. 109 National hi-way, Bo. Tagumpay, Orani
(0470 431-4315

Farmlandia Resort
Gov. G.S. Arcenas Ave.,Culis, Hermosa
(047) 491-2359
(047)491-1752

AU-AU Inland Resort
Hi-way, Bilolo, Orion
(047) 244-4114

MONTEMAR
Montemar Beach Club Inc. Bagac
(02) 892-6497 to 98
Fax No: (02) 811-5235

East-West Beach Resort
Crossing, Morong
0919-6440870
0927-4701737

The Waterfront Beach Resort
Crossing , Morong
(02) 822-3070
09177533635
09212483604

Villa Imperial
Lucanin, MARIVELES
0917-4629625
09155653041

WHERE TO DINE….

Max’s Restaurant
Saint Joeph St., Poblacion, Balanga City
(047) 237-7777
(047)237-7721

Michell’s
Cake & Pastries
Snack Station, Coffee Shop
Capitol, Abucay, Orani
Dinalupihan, Orion
(047) 237-0120
(047) 237-5738

Greenwich- Balanga
Ground Flr.,Centre Plaza Mall Balanga City
(047) 791-5925/237-5925

Andrei’s Café & Restaurant
Paras-Garcia Comm’l. Bldg.,Roman Superhighway, Brgy.Tuyo, Balanga City
(047) 791-1059

Lou-is
Resort and Restaurant
Capitol Drive, Balanga City
(047) 237-3517
(047)237-3516

Jam’s Burger Plus
BEZ Cafeteria Bldg., Infant of Mitsumi Phils. BEZ., Mariveles
(047) 935-6110
(047) 561-2404

Bistro Timotea
Q3-13-B Bataan EcoZone
2106 Mariveles
(047) 935-5670

Ihaw-Ihaw sa Dagat Restaurant
House of Seafoods
BEZ Mariveles
(047) 935-4508

WHERE TO STAY

Crown Royale Hotel
Capitol Drive, San Jose Balanga City
(047) 237-1961 to 63
(047) 791-3380

Hillside Garden Mansions
Roman Hi-way, Balanga City
(047) 237-1771-237-7117

Pizza Hotel
A Port of Luxury
Baseco Compound, BEZ, Mariveles
(047) 935-9020

Bay Spring Resort
Km. 146-147 Roman Hi-way,
Rainbow Vil., Lukanin, Mariveles
0917-8157793
(02) 818-1045

Hotel & Training Center
Bagac
(02) 921-3541 loc. 5710
(02) 924-5326

Morong Beach Resort
0927-3225160
0919-2208009

J & E Beach Resort
Panibatuhan , Morong
0919-2006009
0916-4695046
0921-6146572

SMBA-Bataan
Ecozone, Freeport
BTP Complex,
Brgy. Sabang , Morong
(02) 813-2228
840-1148
(02) 892-1982

Bataan At A Glance

Location:

Southwestern part of Central Luzon bounded in the east by Manila Bay, west by China Sea, Northwest by Zambales and northeast by Pampanga.

Topography:

Upload Hills & Mountain Areas- 111,072,464 has.
Lowland & Plains- 26.223,536 has.

Climate:
Dry Season- November to April
Rainy Season- May- October
Temperature: Mean annual temp. 25 degrees/79 fharenheit

Population: (Projected 2006) 655,852

DISTANCES FROM CITY OF BALANGA

Destination
Kms.

Destination
Kms.
Angeles City, Pampanga 74 Manila 124
Antipolo City, Rizal 153 Palayan, Nueva Ecija 234
Cabanatuan, City, Nueva Ecija 106 Olongapo/Subic 48
Iba, Zambales 132 San Fernando City, Pampanga 57
Malolos, Bulacan 79 Tarlac, Tarlac 116

Trivia

Produced and sold during the 1930’s by Eugenio and Conrada Abella of Samal, Mabuhay Softdrinks became a popular beverage in the country. Some of their flavors included Zarzaparilla and Lemonada.
Born in Abucay, Bataan, Tomas Pinpin- the First Filipino Printer- became one of the notable Bataenos.

Another Bataeno who figured promonently in politics was Cayetano Arellano. He became the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the revolutionary governmen t, and later on became the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

Mariveles, Bataan became the home of the First Export Processing Zone Authority (EPZA), established in 1969 under former Pres. Ferdinand Marcos.
USS Bataan, one of the largest and hi-tech war ship of the USA, was named after the province to honor her gallantry and bravery during the Second World War.

TRAVELLERS INFORMATION

ACCESSIBILITY

By Land: 124 kms. From Manila or approximately 2 ½ hrs. drive via NLEX

Bus Companies:

Genesis Transport Service, Inc.
Avenida-Balanga City, Pasay/ Cubao-Balanga City (Hihgway & Via Orani), Pasay-Mariveles, Baguio-Mariveles, Cabanatuan-Mariveles
Tel. Nos. (02) 551-0842 / 854-5620 / 854-5621 / 854-5622

Victory Liner
Olongapo-Balanga City
Tel. No. (02) 361-1514

By Sea: 22.5 nautical miles or approximately 1hr from CCP ferry terminal
Tel. Nos. (02) 833-8435 / 843-6858
CCP Terminal – Port of Orion
Local Transportation: Mini buses, Jeepneys & Tricycles

MEANS OF COMMUNICATION
PLDT, Digitel, Battlex, Globe, Smart, Suncellular

POSTAL FACILITIES: 20 distributed in 12 towns

HOSPITALS:

Bataan General Hospital (047) 237-2269
Orani District Hospital (047) 431-7245
Dinalupinan District Hospital (047) 481-1536
Arsenal Hostipal, Limay (047) 244-5626
Bagac District Hospital

PNP: Camp Tolentino, City of Balanga
Tel. Nos. (047) 791-2618 / 791-2618

FIRE: Bureau of Fire Protection, City of Balanga
Tel. Nos. (047) 791-1462 / 791-5001

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Dial 117

Joyous Holidays Leisure & Travel
Tel. No. (047) 237-2849

Jollibee – Balanga, Orani, Dinalupihan
Tel. Nos. (047) 237-3295 / 431-1989 / 481-5656

Abucay Café & Garden Restaurant
Tel. No. (047) 461-2414 to 15

Globe Telecom
Petron
Ayala Land Inc.
PNOC Petrochemicals
Total
Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific

Bagac-Morong Beach Resorts (Bataan Philippines)

Fajardo’s Beach Resort
Brgy. Pag-asa, Bagac, Bataan
Contact Person: Mr. Boy Fajardo
Contact No. 0918-3263333
13 Rooms, 15, Cottages, 20 Showers & Videoke Bar

Floen Beach Resort
Saysain, Bagac, Bataan
Contact Person: Mr. Gary Enriquez
Contact No. 0920-8315127
4 Resthouse, 13 Picnic Huts, 1 Shower Room, Pavilion

Montemar Beach Club, Inc.
Brgy. Pag-asa, Bagac, Bataan
Contact Person: Ms. Maricar I. Salaveria
Contact No. (02) 892-6497 / 811-5496
84 Fully air-conditioned rooms w/ running hot & cold water, Conference rooms 9 hole executive golf course, 2 swimming pools, tennis courts, videoke, billiards, horseback riding, beach volleyball, kayaking, aquacycle KTV rooms, badminton

Morning Breeze Beach Resort
Brgy. Pag-asa, Bagac, Bataan
Contact Person: Mr. Alex Ricardo
Contact No. 0918-9037016
Air-conditioned rooms, picnic huts, conference hall, videoke bar shower rooms.

Sunmoon Beach Resort
Salaman, Bagac, Bataan
Contact Person: Mr. Noel Del Rosario
Contact No. 0915-5635776
1 Duplex air-conditioned room, 2 non air-conditioned resthouse, 18 picnic huts, 10 Pavilion 12 Shower Rooms, Videoke Bar Billiards

Delia’s Beach Resort
Burgos St., Morong Bataan
Contact Person: Ms. Delia D. Orbina
Contact No. 0920-8213139
7 Rooms, 23 Picnic Huts, 15 Shower Rooms

East West Beach Resort
Crossing, Morong Bataan
Contact Person: Mr. Gerry Santos
Contact No. 0919-6440870
8 resthouse, 40 open cottage 26 shower rooms, open pavilion 1 guesthouse, 1 annex house

Ella Marie’s Resort
Crossing, Morong, Bataan
Contact Person: Mr. Angelo Agustin
Contact No. 0916-7325568 / 0928-3189451
12 air-conditioned rooms, 10 cottages 8 shower rooms, pavilion

Eric Beach Resort
Crossing, Morong, Bataan
Contact Person: Mr. Edna D. Calma
Contact No. 0919-5553573 / 0927-5769284
3 air conditioned rooms, 2 non-airconditioned room, 4 nipa hut, 20 open cottages, videoke bar, beach volleyball, shower rooms.

Fine Sand Beach Resort
Morong, Bataan
Contact Person: Mr. Oscar Karaan
Contact No. 0918-9023936

Joe’s Hideaway Resort
Morong Bataan
Contact Person: Ms. Consorcia Zamora
Contact No. 0916-4170470
Picnic huts, shower rooms, resthouse, videoke
J & E Beach Resort
Morong, Bataan

Source: Bataan Tourism Develoment Foundation, Inc.

 

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