September 08, 2017

Bataan Tourism Center

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  • If you’re in Bataan and can’t decide where to go, what to do, and what to buy—worry not! Just drop by Bataan Tourism Center, the best place you can go for your travel dilemmas.

    Bataan Tourism Center is a good start for your Bataan tour!

    Visiting Bataan Tourism Center will help you gain more knowledge and preparation for an exciting adventure ahead in the city of Bataan!

    Bataan Tourism Center is the first one-stop tourism center in the Philippines and was constructed through the efforts of then Governor Enrique T. Garcia Jr., Congressman Albert S. Garcia, Bataan Tourism Council Foundation Inc. and the Philippine Tourism Authority.

    There are a lot of local delicacies you can grab for snacks or take home for your loved ones!

    Local culture and values are also reflected in the local crafts.

    It houses the Provincial Tourism Office, an Exhibit Hall, and an Audio Visual Room. It also has the Pasalubong Center showcasing the finest products made by the locals, impressive handicrafts, and delightful delicacies that will surely be a memorable souvenir for every tourist visiting Bataan.

    You’ll see that Bataan is rich in history.

    Not only that! There’s also a museum featuring a Bataan World War II diorama – life-size figures made with paper mache and were created through the genius minds of the Bataan Artist Society.

    Remember to head first to Bataan Tourism Center before you venture out into the city, and their staff will be more than happy to accommodate you every day from 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.


    Address: Roman Superhighway, City of Balanga, Bataan
    Contact Numbers: (047)237-4785 / (047)237-4476
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