Bulacan - Bulacan Destinations


About 27 kilometers north of Manila is the province of Bulacan.

Bulacan is known for the important role it had during the early history of the country.


Bulakeños through their seafaring brothers from Hagonoy, a town of Bulacan, showed their instinctive love of country by helping Raja Soliman, King of Manila, fight the Battle of the Bangkusay Channel. Other momentous events that took place in this province are:

  1. the signing of the Pact of Biak na Bato
  2. the establishment of the Capital of the First Philippine Republic in Malolos, a municipality of Bulacan
  3. the Malolos Church and the Barasoain Church were the executive headquarters of President Aguinaldo and as the Legislative, from September 10, 1898 to March 29, 1899
  4. the drafting and ratification of the Malolos Constitution

Bulacan is also the residence of famous national leaders and artists.


Apart from its rich historical role, Bulacan is also known for its festivals, mostly anchored in religious rites. There is the Obando Fertility Rites that takes place every May. There is also the famous fluvial procession in the Bocaue river, the Pagoda sa Lawa.


If you ever find yourself in Bulacan or you want to check out the province, don't worry. You will find safe and beautiful places to stay and rest your weary feet and body.



Bulacan Province Official Website