“Land of Heroes”

Feel the heart and soul of the Philippines in Bulacan. Its history and tradition, its land, its culture, and its people, live and breathe Filipino. Truly a melting pot of the past and the present, the old and the new, the countryside and the urbane – that is Bulacan.
    The province is noted as the land of heroes. Bulacan is the home province of some of the nation's celebrated heroes: Francisco Baltazar (Balagtas), "The Prince of Filipino Poets," Marcelo H. Del Pilar, "The Great Propagandist," and Gregorio del Pilar, "The Hero of Tirad Pass." It is reputed for beautiful women, progressive cooperatives, small and medium scale industries. It is known for excellent craftsmanship as in its jewelries, leather crafts, and garments.
    The province has emerged into a reputable resort haven of Luzon. Just a few minutes north of Manila by car, Bulacan resorts provide an accessible and welcome respite from the pressures of city life.

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By Land: All buses bound for Northern parts of Luzon pass through Bulacan. Malolos is a near 30-minute ride from Manila. Baliuag Transit in Cubao has buses that leave every half hour for Baliuag and Hagonoy.


Moving around the country by land is easy with national highways connecting the major islands and an extensive public transportation sytem, which includes the exotic Philippine jeepney. Trains, taxis, buses, jeepneys, and trikes are the main modes of public transportation.



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  • Baliuag Clock Tower
  • San Agustin Parish Church
  • Enriquez Ancestral House
  • Meyto Shrine
  • St. John The Baptist Church
  • Casa Real Shrine
  • National Shrine of the Divine Mercy 
  • Barasoain Church
  • San Isidro Labrador 
  • Kapitangan Chapel
  • Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion
  • Bahay na Bato in Bustos
  • Bahay na Tisa
  • Mercado House in Bustos
  • Eight Waves
  • Amana Park
  • Jed’s Island Resort
  • Biak Na Bato National Park
  • Paniki Cave



  • Batute (Stuffed Frog) 
  • Pansit Marilao
  • Carabao Milk Pastillas
  • Empanadang Kaliskis



  • Church Hopping.
  • Visit the ancestral “Bahay na Bato” and American Period homes.
  • Have fun at the pool resorts.
  • Join festivals.


  • Sto. Niño Festival (held during Last Sunday of January - The biggest expression of devotion of the Holy Child Jesus in the Luzon island.)
  • Carabao Festival (held from May 14-15 - The fiesta is held for thanksgiving a yearlong bountiful harvest and in honor of Pulilan’s patron saint, San Isidro Labrador.)
  • Obando Fertility Dance (held from May 17 to 19 - If you wish to have a baby, they say, dance in this festival, and your wish will come true!)
  • Linggo ng Bulakan (held during September 8 to 15 - A week-long celebration consisting of various colourful cultural presentations, art and culinary exhibits.)
  • Calumpit Libad Festival (held during June 23 to 24 - A fluvial procession of well-decorated pagodas on the river right before the annual town fiesta.)
  • Plaridel Horse Festival (held during December 29 to 30 - Herd of horses with colorful tiburins parading in the streets of Plaridel in reverence to St. James the Apostle.)



  • Bulacan was one of the eight provinces, which rallied behind the Katipunan's call for an all-out insurrection against the Spanish tyranny in the late 19th century.
  • Biak-na-Bato is a huge split boulder which has been the mountain hideout of the revolutionary forces of the Philippines during the Spanish regime and the place where the Malolos Constitution was signed by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo and Pedro Paterno.


Bulacan's climate is consist of two pronounced seasons: dry from November to April which is probably the best time to visit if you don't want any delays due to the weather, and wet for the rest of the year.

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