Roaming around Cabanatuan City

Cabanatuan, officially the City of Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija Philippines. The city is popular for being home to more than 30,000 tricycles, thus priding itself as the “Tricycle Capital of the Philippines”and its strategic location along the Cagayan Valley Road has made the city a major economic, educational, medical, entertainment shopping and transportation center in Nueva Ecija and nearby provinces in the region such as Aurora and Bulacan. It has also earned the moniker “Gateway to the North”.

Cabanatuan City is found in the province of Nueva Ecija — the Rice Granary of the Philippines.  Cabanatuan is also declared as a highly urbanized city. It is very progressive with a lot of Shopping malls, Bars & Restaurants, Lounges, Recreations, Cinemas, Hotels, and yeah, people here are quite a spender, you could easily put up a small business. Definitely, Cabanatuan has a lot to pride itself with.

It is easily accessible through a 3-hour bus ride from Metro Manila that passes through the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX).

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BISTRO-360

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BARJ CAFE

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CAFFE LA TEA

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SHAKEYS, SM CITY

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CAMELLA HOMES

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ST NICHOLAS OF TOLENTINE CATHEDRAL

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RUSTICA

 

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SM MEGACENTER

 

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LAMARANG

Been everywhere in Cabanatuan City and definitely, it’s a place worth to stay.

You wouldn’t find a hard time looking for a place to eat as there are so many to choose for. From Traditional Filipino food, American, Asian, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Mediterranean, from affordable to expensive, from fast food to fine dining, you would find everything here.

 

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