9 destinations to explore in Central Luzon
Central Luzon designated as Region III, is an administrative region in the Philippines. The region also is known as "Rice Granary of the Philippines".
Destinations in Central Luzon
Angeles, officially the City of Angeles is a 1st class highly urbanized city in the province of Pampanga, where it is geographically situated but remains politically independent.
The Province of Aurora lies at the mid-eastern coast of Luzon some 232 kilometers from Manila. The province is shaped by its rich history and vibrant cultural heritage.
Bataan is located in the Central Luzon region of the Philippines. It is famous for its beaches and for being a big player in WWII as the starting point of the Bataan Death March.
Bulacan is a province in the Philippines and was established on August 15, 1578. Bulacan is well-known and highly considered as the land of heroes.
Nueva Ecija is the largest landlocked province in Central Luzon, covering a total area of 5,751.33 square kilometers. It is the largest rice-producing province in the country.
Olongapo, officially the City of Olongapo is a 1st class highly urbanized city in Central Luzon, Philippines. The city is situated in a lowland area near the head of Subic Bay.
Pampanga is a province located in the Central Luzon. The tourist spot in this province includes heritage churches and shrines, historical landmarks, and natural parks.
Tarlac is a landlocked province of the Philippines located in Luzon Island. It is a province that is rich both in historical treasures as well as natural wonders.
Map of destinations in Central Luzon