Although we can’t leave our houses just yet, we can still dream about where we would like to go. Right now, we need to #stayhomesowecantraveltomorrow.
A lot of people are still wary of riding a plane, let alone leaving the country. Luckily, there are plenty of locations to visit in the Philippines. If you want to remain in Luzon, why not visit Cabanatuan City?
Situated in Central Luzon, Cabanatuan was once the rice granary of the country. It is an ideal jump-off point for exploring interesting Northern locations such as Bulacan, Baler, and Tarlac. However, there are also several interesting places in Cabanatuan, here are 3 attractions to visit:
1. Freedom Park
Sitting in the middle of the city, the sprawling Freedom Park is home to memorials and monuments as well as civic spaces. Locals frequent Freedom Park; there are several vendors selling various merchandise around the area.
2. General Antonio Luna Monument
For history buffs, they’ll find General Antonio Luna’s exact assassination spot at Plaza Lucero.
3. Cabanatuan American Memorial
Formerly known as Camp Pangatian, the Cabanatuan American Memorial was a military training camp turned concentration camp back in World War II. It is dedicated to the survivors of the prisoner-of-war camp in the city and the Bataan Death March.
If you are planning to visit Cabanatuan City, check out Harvest Hotel. It is strategically located close to important sites and attractions in the city.
It has a homely ambience and features Filipino art and furniture. Choose from different room types to suit your needs, from standard rooms to loft suites!
Inside the property, you will find several facilities perfect for your trip. Indulge in a relaxing massage at the onsite spa or enjoy a refreshing dip at the outdoor pool.
Sample international cuisine and local delights at Harvest Hotel’s own restaurant, Cafe Ecija.
To know more about Harvest Hotel, visit www.theharvesthotel.com. You might be interested to know that you can make advance bookings for your future trips to Cabanatuan City. Just make sure that your date of stay is after the ECQ period.