INFOGRAPHIC: Things to do in Morong, Bataan
The go-to exclusive family destination north of Manila

By Nikki Natividad
Published 11:35 AM, Aug 10, 2015


MANILA, Philippines — “It’s more fun in the Philippines.” We’ve all heard it before. Blessed with beautiful beaches, delicious cuisine (Read: Filipino food has finally arrived – Washington Post) and gregarious people, the Philippines really lives up to its title as Pearl of the Orient.

Natives and foreigners alike love to tread the azure waters of Palawan and walk barefoot on the white sand beaches of Boracay, but to experience only these places is to scratch just the surface of what the Philippines has to offer. With 7,107 islands, there is no end to the number of places to see and adventures to be had. That means good fun and natural beauty are just a stone’s throw away from wherever you are.

For Manileños, nearby, go-to destinations are the likes of Pampanga to the North – home to arguably the best of the country’s cuisine. To the South, there’s Batangas, home to Taal Volcano, famous for its island within a lake, within an island within a lake.

Modern developments are turning these classic road trip destinations from formerly remote havens into accessible getaways. Now, there are more options for a nearby overnight retreat or just a quick day trip for the busy Manileño. One of the newest points of interest being the previously untapped region north of Metro Manila that is Morong, Bataan.

Famous for their Pawikan Sanctuaries (Watch: For the love of pawikans), remote atmosphere, and beautiful beaches, Morong, Bataan is quickly becoming a great place for family and barkada adventures. And with an exclusive seaside leisure community like Anvaya Cove choosing Morong, Bataan to be its home, the once sleepy community is fast becoming a preferred quick-escape destination for the urban dwellers.

To give you a better idea of what Anvaya Cove has to offer, check out these interactive maps of all the best sights and sounds of the west.

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