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☆    AREA ATTRACTIONS  ☆

Plan a sight-seeing tour of Morong-Bataan and its neighboring places because during your stay in Sunsetview Beach Resort, you have the opportunity to explore tourist attractions and the historical places such as the notably known Pawikan Sanctuary, the Bataan Technology Park, the mothballed Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, Dambana ng Kagitingan-Mt.Samat, the nearby SUBIC Ocean Adventure, Zoobic Safari, Jungle Environmental Survival Training Camp (JEST Camp), and so much more. So, when you sense the need to tour the places of your interest apart from assured enjoyable stay at the resort, our staff can assist and guide you arrange a number of rewarding tours.



PAWIKAN SANCTUARY
PAWIKAN HATCHERY
PAWIKAN FESTIVAL

PAWIKAN CONSERVATION CENTER

Besides its scenic beaches, Morong-Bataan, is notably known as the site of the community-based Pawikan Conservation Program located in Barangay Nagbalayong. Many tourists go to this sanctuary during the nesting season and especially during the Pawikan Festival (November) to witness turtles come up to seashore at night to lay their eggs. The weeklong festivity is highlighted by a ceremonial releasing of Pawikan hatchlings into the waters off South China Sea , street dancing competition where the participants are dressed in turtle-like clothing, walk for a cause, trade fair, beach volleyball, sand castling contest, coastal clean-up project, and other beach activities.



P A W I K A N







BLESSED POPE JOHN PAUL II
MEMORIAL SHRINE

VIETNAMESE SHRINE

REFUGEES' BOAT

BATAAN TECHNOLOGY PARK

The Bataan Technology Park, a 365 hectare of land along the rolling hills of the Morong Special Economic Zone in Bataan overlooking the South China Sea, is the former site of the United Nations Philippine Refugee Processing Center which existed from 1980 to 1994. This Techno Park, now a tourism, leisure and retirement park, maintains and preserves the symbolic monuments and shrines constructed by the refugees including the boat used by the refugees in their escape is also in the park’s museum.
The Philippines’ first shrine of the Blessed Pope John Paul II was also built and inaugurated (May 2011) in the actual site of the Techno Park where the late pointiff held a mass in 1981 before a mixed crowd of Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Laotian refugees.



SYMBOLIC MONUMENTS & SHRINES CONSTRUCTED BY REFUGEES








BATAAN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
PUNONG PANDIL

KANAWAN HANGING BRIDGE

MORONG-BATAAN OTHER SCENIC SPOTS

STUNNING MORONG SUNSET


MORONG REEF


MOUNTAIN TREKKING AT MT. SILANGAN & MT. KAIRUKAN

Mt. Silangan and Mt. Kairukan: Located in Barangay Binaritan, Morong, Bataan - Ideal sites for mountain trekking, climbing and exploration.



KAIRUKAN FALLS

Bgy.Binaritan, Morong - 150 feet falls descends into a deep plunge pool about 30 feet in diameter.



MORONG ZIGZAG ROAD

WORLD WAR II MONUMENT
DINALUPIHAN, BATAAN

OTHER TOURIST SPOTS & HISTORICAL PLACES OF BATAAN

DAMBANA NG KAGITINGAN - MT.SAMAT, PILAR, BATAAN

AMBON-AMBON/LIMUTAN FALLS - BAGAC, BATAAN



FRIENDSHIP TOWER - BAGAC

JUNGLE ENVIRONMENTAL SURVIVAL TRAINING (JEST) CAMP

SUBIC BAY METROPOLITAN AREA (SBMA)

SUBIC OCEAN ADVENTURE & ZOOBIC SAFARI


SUBIC BAY BOARD WALK
SUNSETVIEW BEACH RESORT - Morong, Bataan, Philippines
Contact Nos.: 0933-398-9526 (Sun Cell)   |  0906-939-6415 (Globe)   |  (045) 888-3000 (Landline-Office)
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