Map of Subic Bay

Olongapo City

Ologapo & Subic Freeport Business Zone  King Alfonso XII by royal decree made “Subig” Bay as Spain’s stronghold in the Far East in 1884, and in 1885 the Island village of Olongapo was chosen by the Spanish as a navy station and arsenal occupying the area east of the Spanish Gate.
On May 1st 1898 a detachment of Admiral Dewey’s invasion fleet bombarded the navy yard, and the Spanish surrender heralded the U.S. colonial era. Subic was further developed and the township of Olongapo developed beyond the gates servicing the growing needs of the U.S.  more......

Barrio Barretto & Baloy Beach

Barrio Barretto & Baloy Beach   A short journey from Subic Freeport’s Kalaklan Gate the Barrio developed as a beach side RnR area for the GI’s on base, and continues to evolve with hotels, resorts, eateries, and more bars, and a firm expat favourite.
Sandwiched between the Zambales mountains and beach of Subic Bay, the panorama is majestic along the sea front with the bay framed by the mountains sweeping    more....

SBMA Port & Business District

Subic & Calapandayan

Map of Zambales Province

Map of Bataan Province

Map of Corregidor Island

Map of Pampanga

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