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A lot of tourists may not include Bulacan in their list of places to visit in the Philippines. However, this progressive province in Central Luzon offers plenty of attractions and activities that visitors will find educational and exciting. Even if you only spend just a day there, we’re pretty sure that it’s going to be one packed itinerary. 

You may not know this, but Bulacan is full of historical, natural, and cultural attractions, as well as, restaurants that offer delicious local and international cuisines. So, if you’re on the lookout for your next travel destination, why not visit Bulacan? 

Here are a couple of places and things you can do while you’re there. 

Explore Biak na Bato National Park - Biak na Bato National Park is one of the most famous historical spots in the province. Here, visitors can do all sorts of adventurous activities including hiking, spelunking, and swimming. 


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Take a dip - There are several natural spots to visit if you want something more refreshing. From rivers to waterfalls, Bulacan offers quite a few you can visit. 

  • Bitbit River (Norzagaray, Bulacan)

  • Maranat Falls (Norzagaray, Bulacan)

  • Bakas River (Norzagaray, Bulacan)

  • Virdivia Falls (Dona Remedios, Trinidad Bulacan)

  • Talon Pari Falls (Dona Remedios, Trinidad Bulacan


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Go spelunking - Spelunking is the term used when exploring caves. In Bulacan, you’ll find several caves you can choose from if this is something that interests you. Most of them can be found inside the Biak na Bato National Park. 

  • Madlum Cave (San Miguel, Bulacan)

  • Bayukbok Cave (San Miguel, Bulacan)

  • Puning Cave (Puning Trail, Doña Remedios Trinidad, Bulacan)

  • Pinagrealan Cave (Norzagaray, Bulacan)


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Hike up - Bulacan offers several mountains and hills that you can hike even if you’re not a professional hiker. 

  • Mt. Gola

  • Mt. Manalmon

  • The Hilltop of Norzagaray Bulacan - known as the Baguio of Bulacan


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Visit the Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm - Another famous tourist attraction in Bulacan that you can visit and even spend an entire day is the Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm. Visitors will not only get a chance to enjoy Mother Nature here, but they will also get to learn the many ways of farming. They offer day tours that include lunch as well as staying overnight. 


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Enjoy a day at the waterpark - Summer is just around the corner and what better way to enjoy it than to visit a waterpark with family and friends. Klir Waterpark Resorts in Guiguinto, Bulacan is the perfect way to refresh yourselves and spend a fun and exciting day. 


Photo from Klir Waterpark Resort

Plan a religious or cultural tour - Bulacan has plenty of churches and spots for those who are religious who want to go on a pilgrimage or enthusiasts who love to view the many different architectural structures like churches. 

  • Barasoin Church (Malolos, Bulacan)

  • National Shrine of Divine Mercy (Marilao, Bulacan)

  • St. Agustin Parish Church (Baliuag, Bulacan)

  • Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes (San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan)

  • Casa Real Shrine (Malolos, Bulacan)

  • Guiguinto Old Train Station (Guiguinto, Bulacan)

  • St. Andrew Kim Tae Gon Shrine (Bocaue, Bulacan)

  • Saint John of God Parish Church (San Rafael, Bulacan)


Photo from Barasoin Church

Taste local cuisines and more - Sandwiched between several provinces, it’s no surprise that Bulacan is a great hub for food lovers because of its many influences. We’ve seen how it has become popular for food trips and more. Here are a few places you can check out: 

  • Nina’s Fried Itik Restaurant (Baliuag, Bulacan) 

  • Kamayan sa Villares (Calumpit, Bulacan)

  • Bistro Maloleño (Malolos, Bulacan)

  • Hapag Restaurant (Malolos and Baliwag, Bulacan)

  • Citang Eatery (Malolos, Bulacan)


Photo from Nina’s Fried Itik Restaurant Facebook page

It’s not surprising that there are a lot of places you can visit and activities you can try while you’re in Bulacan. That’s why we recommend staying for a few nights just so you can fully explore this province. However, we hope that this list can help you with planning your visit here - even if it’s just a day trip. 

Should you find yourself staying for more than a few days, however, consider staying in any of the RedDoorz hotels within the province. Our hotels within the province are located near most attractions including these places on this list, making your trip easier and better. Plus, with our HygienePass certification, you can rest assure that you and your family are safe during this time. 

For the most comfortable stays at budget-friendly prices, choose RedDoorz. Book your stay by visiting our website and downloading our mobile application now! 

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