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Bataan Province
Zambales Pampanga

Lubao

Subic

Mount Malasimbu

Barrio Barretto

Roosevelt National Park

Happy Valley

Dinalupihan

Olongapo

Hormosa

Orani

Subic Bay

Freeport Zone

Bataan

Samal

Manila Bay
Mount Natib

Abucay

Anvaya Cove

Golf Club

Morong

BALANGA

Pilar

Nagbalayong

Binukawan

Parang

Bataan Nuclear Plant

Banawang

San Antonio

Cabog-cabog

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

Shrine of Valor

Orion

Bagac

Mount Samat

Brgy. Wawa

Mount Mariveles

Lamao

Limay

 

Government

Arsenal

Death March Marker Km0

Mariveles

Balon Anito Hot Springs

Bataan Economic Zone

Yorkie's Alas-Asin Beach
Corregidor

Sun Cruises

Manila

Bangkas

Map of Bataan Province, Philippines

Bataan Peninsula & Province

 

Capital – Balanga City

 

The Peninsula shares a coastline with the South China Sea to the west, Manila Bay to the east and Subic Bay to the north-west.  You can see the mountains through the haze from Roxas Boulevard in Manila, and features as the background for the Manila Bay Sunset!

 

Unfortunately famous for the American and Filipino stand against the invading Japanese in WWII, and the infamous Bataan Death March that followed for the captured Allied POW’s.  Memorials line the route to the San Fernando (Pampanga) railhead where the survivors of the march were loaded into wagons to be taken to Capas (Tarlac) to be marched again to internment at Camp O’Donell.  A memorial to the bravery of the Allied troops (Shine of Valor) stands on Mount Samat.

On the east side of the mountain in Pilar you will find Luzon's longest zip-line.

 

Also known for the controversy over the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (now on the local tourist attraction list), which was built but never operated due to concerns over the seismic and volcanic activities of the area.

 

Mariveles on the southern tip is home to the Bataan Economic Zone, which can be reached by a 40 minute ferry journey from Manila.  Mariveles is also the site of the km 0 Death March Marker.

 

The west coast of Bataan is known locally for it's white sand beaches, and crystal clear waters, and is where you will find Montemar Beach Resort in Bagac.

 

Bagac is also the home of Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, a heritage park built by Jose Acuzar who has rescued Spanish Colonial buildings from around the Philippines, and transplanted them stone by stone to this 400 hectare park.  The beachside resort has a restaurant, swimming pool and calesa rides to fit into this historic atmosphere.