Famous Tourist Spots in Tarlac
It was first established in 2001 as a tribute for Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino, the face of Philippine democracy. The Aquino Center now holds mementos of both Ninoy and his wife Cory Aquino, the first woman president of the Philippines.
Capas Death March Monument
The Capas Death March Monument is a shrine that gives tribute to the 30,000 American and Filipino soldiers who died in the infamous Bataan Death March in 1942.
Carlos P. Romulo Ancestral House
One of the country’s smartest diplomats, Carlos P. Romulo grew up in this house located in Camiling, Tarlac.
Tarlac Recreational Park (San Jose, Tarlac)
This was the venue of Palarong Pambansa in 2010
Mt. Pinatubo changed history when it unexpectedly erupted in 1991. This once perfect-coned volcano is now a popular tourist destination, drawing in tourists from all over to observe or take pictures inside the volcano’s crater.
Hacienda Luisita (San Miguel, Tarlac)
Hacienda Luisita is owned by the Cojuangcos. It houses one of the major sugarcane plantations in the province. It also holds the picturesque Luisita Gold and Country Club, shopping malls, and world-class hotels and restaurants.
Isdaan Restaurant (Gerona, Tarlac)
Visitors in the area shouldn’t miss the Isdaan Restaurant, famous for its fresh seafood as well as Filipino ambiance.
Belenismo sa Tarlac
"Belenismo sa Tarlac" gives Belen-making workshops to locals, aiming to become the “Belen” capital” of the Philippines.
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