Central Luzon is one of the 17 regions of the Philippines.
This "super region" is located in the north of Manila. Home to seven provinces, this region has different and distinct cultures.
Named after the wife of President Manuel Quezon, this province is one of the last frontiers of Central Luzon; with its wide area of forest land and 328 kilometers of pure beaches, Aurora's gems are yet to be discovered
World War II has left a huge mark on this province; aside from its beaches, you'll find different markers and shrines scattered around the province that commemorate the sacrifices of soldiers
The birthplace of the first constitutional democracy in Asia, cradle of the country's noble heroes, nostalgic Spanish-era churches, heritage houses, colorful festivals and sweet delicacies
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Dubbed as the "Rice Bowl of the Philippines"; also boasts breathtaking mountains and the Philippine Carabao Center, where you can try fresh carabao's (water buffalo's) milk
The "Culinary Capital of the Philippines"; formerly hosted the largest American military facility outside the United States, which has been converted to a major business and tourism hub
Home to the "Monasterio de Tarlac", where you'll find a smaller version of the Christ the Redeemer statue of Brazil; this province is also popular for its whitewater kayaking activities
107 miles of beaches, untainted mountainous landscapes, challenging waves and pristine coves, this province is definitely worth a visit.
While Pangasinan is historically and culturally part of this region, it is currently part of the Ilocos Region (Region I), thus effectively excluding it from this article.
- Angeles - a thriving regional city partly due to the former Clark Airbase which is now being converted to a business and leisure hub with world-class casinos, resorts, hotels, shopping malls and duty-free shops
- San Fernando - the regional capital of Central Luzon, it is famous for its "Giant Lantern Festival" during the month of December
- Malolos - the provincial capital of Bulacan, popular for its historical landmarks, old churches, ancestral houses and of course sweet delicacies!
- Baler - a surfer's paradise also famous for it's history and rugged coastlines
- Subic - a former U.S naval base which is now a popular tourist destination home to beaches, eco-parks, industrial parks, resorts and casinos