Bulacan Travel Guide and Itinerary

Bulacan Travel Guide and Itinerary –  For a long period of time, Bulacan traced its founding as a province during the American Period at the reorganization of Philippine Provinces. To determine the tentative date of the province’s foundation and to trace its roots from colonial period. Efforts and research conducted by Dr. Jaime Veneracion, Dr. Reynaldo Naguit of the Center for Bulacan Studies and Mr. Isagani Giron of the Samahang Pangkasaysayan ng Bulacan (Sampaka) shows that Bulacan was identified as a visita of Tondo in 1578. With regards to exact date of foundation of Bulacan as a province, Veneracion correlated it with the practice of Spaniard of dedicating the founding a pueblo to the feast of a patron saint. In the case of Bulacan it is the Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion, which is also the patron saint of Bulakan town, the first capital of the province. Officially, the province of Bulacan was created under Act 2711 on March 10, 1917.

Bulacan, officially the Province of Bulacan (Tagalog: Lalawigan ng Bulacan), is a province in the Philippines located in the Central Luzon region. Its capital is the city of Malolos. Bulacan was established on August 15, 1578, and part of the Metro Luzon Urban Beltway Super Region.

It has 569 barangays in 21 municipalities and three-component cities (Malolos the provincial capital, Meycauayan, and San Jose del Monte). Bulacan is located immediately north of Metro Manila. Bordering Bulacan are the provinces of Pampanga to the west, Nueva Ecija to the north, Aurora and Quezon to the east, and Metro Manila and Rizal to the south. Bulacan also lies on the north-eastern shore of Manila Bay.

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1. Gawad Kalinga Farm Bulacan, Philippines:
Head to Gawad Kalinga Farm that provides both education and entertainment and you will be exposed to the different aspects of farming lives while enjoying a peaceful and calming environment. Named after its location in Barangay Encanto (a Filipino term for fairy-like creatures) in Angat, the Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm aims to promote sustainable community development and encourage social entrepreneurship in the country.

Our country’s land area and tropical climate set us up to grow our own crops but instead we import 70% of our chocolate, milk and cheese demand, among others. If only we made productive use of our lands and started to hammer away and innovate on the structure that makes farming a discouraging venture, there’s no reason for any Filipino to be poor.

2. Pinagrealan Cave, Bulacan – Philippines:
This cave is a subterranean network of caverns extending more than a kilometer deep. The Katipunero Revolutionaries during the war against Spain used it as a camp in 1896 and again during the Filipino-American War in 1898 as hideout of General Emilio Aguinaldo (the First President of the Philippines). It was also used as a sanctuary by the Japanese Imperial Army when the Philippines was liberated by joint Filipino and American Forces.

Today, the town of Norzagaray is quickly rising in terms of commercial and economic status with tourist potentials.”Bakas” which is on a portion of the Angat River is recognized as one of the busiest places in the locality, particularly during summertime.[citation needed] People from distant towns often visit the place for relaxation.

Bulacan Travel Guide and Itinerary

Bulacan Travel Guide and Itinerary

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