Attractions - Local Philippines


Bagasbas Beach is located in Daet, Camarines Norte, Philippines.  The most popular beach in the province. Located at Barangay Bagasbas, considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the country. Source:Regional Development Council V

Bagbag Bridge is located in Calumpit, Bulacan, Philippines Site of the longest battle between the Americans and Filipinos led by General Gregorio del Pilar which took place in April 25, 1899. The bridge now standing serves as a reminder of the valor displayed by the Filipino who triumphed against the American forces.

San Miguel (Bulacan)
Bahay Paniqui (House of Bats) is located in San Miguel, Bulacan, Philippines. On the other side of the river along the left trail is a cave, probably the largest in the Biak-na-Bato area, that houses myriads of fruit bats. Visitors are warned against disturbing the bats with their flashlight beams and flash photography, but are encouraged to witness the amazing flight of the bats out of the caves at sunset.

Bahay-Pagi Falls is located in Pagbilao, Quezon, Philippines.  Bahay-Pagi Falls, is another one of Pagbilao's favorite picnic destination. With a relatively small but strong waterfalls. Brave-hearted individuals have fun jumping over the falls and fought their way out of the underwater current.

Bakas is located in Matictic, Norzagaray, Bulacan, Philippines. The well-known Bakas is located at Barangay Matictic. It is a very interesting spot where the foot markings of the legendary Bernardo Carpio and his pets can be found. The place presents a lush green scenery, with fresh air and cool, clean and calm flowing current.  

The island is about one hectare in size and filled with mangroves, talisay trees, and other shrubs. The beach is gently sloping and it has light brown sand and crushed shells. The deeper portion is dotted with isolated coral beds. It is located in Burdeos, Quezon.

Davao City
Bakbak is a popular drinking place in F. Torres Street, Davao City. The place is a strip of various bars and restaurants.  The name Bakbak is originally the name of one of the bars located in the area. Now that other bars have been put up near Bakbak, it is difficult to pinpoint which bar is which. The name Bakbak is therefore used to refer to these bars collectively. Bakbak is popular for serving ice-cold beer so cold that the beer appears frosty. Try clinking the bottle with a spoon and you'll see bubbles turning to chunks of ice. Besides beer, there are other drinks available like hard liquor. Food in Bakbak is usually given in small servings and is intended as a partner for the alcoholic drinks. Prices in Bakbak are cheap compared to most bars in the city and is a good destination for those looking for nightlife on a budget. In fact, the place is filled for almost every night of the week. How to get to Bakbak Simply drive to F. Torres Street and you will see various bars and restaurants lined up beside the road. Bakbak is easily noticeable especially at night because of the crowd. 

Baker's Hill is a famous hang out place in Palawan, known for their freshly baked goodies like hopia, munchies and crinkles. It is located on top of a hill overlooking the city. Built like a theme park, the place is surrounded by life-sized statues and figures. At the entrance stood the castle-like mansion with its elaborate garden and colorful designs.Farther back is a recreational area for children, caged exotic animals and a greenhouse housing different types of flowers and plants. There are a also variety of food stands and a restaurant inside Baker's Hill, along with souvenir shops offering different trinkets for all ages.

The multi-awarded and recipient of the Golden Eagle Award, Bakhawan Eco-Park, is a mangrove reforestation project that boasts of an exceptional nature thrill for eco-tourists and visitors.  The 80+ hectare eco-park features a small park and recreation area and a 15-minute eco-walk built from bamboos stretching through the mangroves and out to a beach where one can enjoy a picnic with nature. Source:The Official Website of the Municipal Government of Kalibo

Balaan Bukid Balaan Bukid is the mountain in Guimaras with a huge white cross at its peak. The mountain and cross can be seen from Iloilo City and is swarmed with local and foreign tourists during lenten season.  Balaan Bukid is the most famous pilgrimage site of the Ilonggos during Lenten Season. During pilgrimage, devotees climb to the peak of Balaan Bukid following the 14 Stations of the Cross.  Upon reaching the peak of the of Balaan Bukid, pilgrims will be greeted with the most magnificent bird's eye view of the Iloilo City, Jordan, and Buenavista.  When in Jordan, Ang Pagtaltal sa Guimaras is another Lenten Spectacle one shouldn't miss. Read more about Balaan Bukid.