GLIMPSE OF SUBIC
something about Subic Bay that makes you want to stay.
It could be the history and civilization. It could be
the warmth of the people. It could be the relaxed pace.
The sea breeze. The food. Whatever it may be, Subic will
captivate you and you will find yourself exhilarated with
positioned in the dynamic Asia Pacific Region, Subic Bay
occupies a 60,000 hectare complex including some areas
of its neighbors - Zambales and Bataan.
is a shining jewel in Central Luzon, geographically located
110 kilometers northwest of Manila, the capital of the
advantage of a balanced lifestyle... Paint
your life with Subic experience...
Bay Freeport (SBF) is located southwest of the Luzon Island
in the Philippines. The harbor is sandwiched by the Zambales
Mountain Range at the east and the Subic Bay at the west
and opens up to the South China Sea. It is northwest of
the Bataan Peninsula and southwest of the Zambales Province.
SBF is 110 kilometers north of Manila. Manila Bay and
the Bataan Peninsula separate SBF from Manila. The mountain
ranges around the Subic Bay area and the deep natural
harbor provide excellent and protected anchorage. In addition,
these features make SBF naturally sheltered from typhoons
as well as from the effects of the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo.
belongs to Region III or the Central Luzon Region. It
is one of the points in the growth triangle and is an
engine for economic development in the region. SBF is
a supplier of services and products for the Central Luzon
Development Program (CLDP), a regional growth area composed
of the provinces of Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Pampanga,
Bataan, and Zambales.
the rest of the Philippines, the climate in SBF is tropical.
There are two seasons: dry, from November to May, and
wet, from June to October. The climate is without extremes.
Average temperature is 80 degrees Farenheit or 26 degrees
population in SBF is estimated at 3,000. Right next to
SBF is Olongapo City with a population of approximately
200,000. The adjacent provinces to SBF, Bataan and Zambales,
have populations of 491,459 and 569,266 respectively as
of 1995. Region III or Central Luzon, encompassing the
provinces of Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Pampanga, Bataan,
and Zambales, has a combined population of 6.9 million
as of 1995.
E S O R T S
Forest Hills Resort
The Lighthouse Marina
White Rock Beach
H O T E L
Subic International Hotel