The Traveler’s Guide: 8 Places to Visit in Cabanatuan

Cabanatuan City in the Philippines is rich in historical landmarks and natural sights. Among the 8 places to visit in Cabanatuan include memorials dedicated to important points in the country’s history.

If you’re planning a vacation here as an alternate choice over beach destinations or mountain getaways, here’s our shortlist of landmarks to check out.

1. Milka Krem

Milka Krem Cabanatuan

Carabao’s milk is one of Cabanatuan’s signature products. Milka Krem sells all kinds of dairy products made it.

These include yoghurts, cheeses, and pastries like pastillas de leche, sylvannas, and cakes. Bottles of milk are also available in pasteurized and homogenized varieties, both in different flavors.

Milka Krem is located in the Philippine Carabao Center, Science City of Muñoz, 3120.

2. Café Ecija

Café Ecija in Harvest Hotel is a restaurant that’s ideal for your one-one-one business meetings and even family gatherings. It serves a sumptuous breakfast buffet and an all-day a la carte menu of classic Filipino and international dishes.

Café Ecija is located in Harvest Hotel, 1179 Del Pilar Street, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija 3100.

3. Camp Pangatian War Memorial Shrine

Camp Pangatian Shrine was an American military camp, but was later converted into a concentration camp by the Japanese during their invasion during World War 2.

The Shrine is a memorial for Filipino heroes who stopped the Japanese troops from advancing to the Pangatian Concentration Camp which freed 516 WW2 prisoners.

Camp Pangatian War Memorial Shrine is located in Aurora Rd, Pangatian, Cabanatuan City, 3100 Nueva Ecija, Philippines.

4. Harvest Hotel’s Function Room

Host your meetings in a town rich in culture and history! Harvest Hotel’s function room can accommodate up to 200 persons depending on the banquet setup.

The venue can also be divided into two sections which can fit in 170 persons and 30 persons, respectively.

Harvest Hotel is located in 1179 Del Pilar Street, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija 3100.

5. Hapag Vicentico’s

Filipino cuisine has many variations. If you’re looking to taste the flavors of this city, Hapag Vicentico’s is known for its crispy pata and other dishes like lumpiang sariwa, and grilled seafood, and salted egg rice.

Hapag Vicentico’s is located in 1077 Del Pilar Street, Cabanatuan City, 3100 Nueva Ecija.

6. The Aquino-Diokno Memorial

Fort Magsaysay is considered the largest military reservation and training area of the Philippine Army. Within that camp is the Aquino-Diokno Shrine, a memorial that features the location where former senators Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino and Jose W. Diokno were confined during the Martial Law period.

Visitors can also see the very cells that held these individuals, which are maintained to this day.

The Aquino-Diokno Memorial is located in Gapan – Fort Magsaysay Rd, Santa Rosa, Nueva Ecija

7. Minalungao National Park

The Minalungao National Park is a protected natural reserve in the municipality of General Tinio, Nueva Ecija in Central Luzon.

Travelers visiting here can see the emerald-colored Penaranda River and the towering limestone formations that border it. Rafting, cliff diving, and hiking are offered as well.

Minalungao National Park is located in General Tinio, Nueva Ecija.

8. Waves Bar And Grill

Waves Bar and Grill

A unique floating resto-bar in Cabanatuan City. This establishment serves grilled steaks, seafoods, crispy pata, and sisig.

Charging stations are also installed for you to charge your devices.

Waves Bar And Grill is located in 149 Batisan Street, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija.

These 8 places to visit in Cabanatuan City are just some of the hotspots of this historical city. To maximize your stay, you can even book hotels in Cabanatuan from their website and get great deals on room rates.