Malangaan Cave and Spring is located in the municipality of San Rafael, Bulacan. It is a large cave untouched by quarry operations. According to locals of Tukod it was once a hiding place of guerrillas during World War II and Huks in 1950s and 60s. Malangaan is also known for its spring water, a lot of people go swim here during the summer season because it's free.
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Bulacan, popular and known for its different historical sites and great leaders seems to be forgotten by many that beyond the historical sites is also a place for those people who are seeking for adventure an eco-tourism place. Name some of this like Pinagrealan Cave in Norzagaray plus the Lioness and Rhino Rock Formation that was closed ( I dont know if they opened it again for public), the famous Biak na Bato in San Miguel and the famous Mt. Manalmon that can also be found in San Miguel. But have you heard this place somewhere in San Rafael that have cave and also springs? Yes, you're right ...
Spelunking in one of the caves of Bulacan, only 2.5 hours away from Manila.
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Let's start by saying we wasted too much gas trailing the wrong highways. We started our trip from Tabang Guiguinto Bulacan. I knew in the beginning that Plaridel Bypass Road is the fastest route but since we had to grab breakfast and packed lunch at a fastfood in Sta. Cruz, Guiguinto, we took the highway passing through SM Baliuag instead. As a result, travel time going to the cave took additional 1 hour. Going home, we purposely took this route again as we intended to watch Matt Damon's "The Great Wall" at SM Cinema. Good movie, by the way.
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Guess what. It's the last week of 2016!
I started this month with an immense urge to just go away from the city even for just a day, and picked the day after Christmas ??" a non-working holiday ??" to go someplace I've been planning to go to since August. I should've done this trip earlier, but for one reason or another, it would never push through, and I'm glad I finally did with a friend who's just discovered he likes roughing it out in the outdoors as well.
The place I'm talking about is the Malangaan Cave in San Rafael town in Bulacan province. It's relatively near our place (conside ...
Bulacan is often off the tourist map. Although known to still have pockets of bucolic life, it's fast becoming industrialized. Since it's located next to Metro Manila, it's where a getaway is perceived to be nothing different from having a staycation in a progressive city. For the longest time, it's only been associated with heritage houses and native delicacies. What many don't know is that the clean Angat River flows through some of its towns and the foothills of Sierra Madre are just nearby. That combo alone makes for a game-changing weekend that doesn't require a painful commute or drive. ...
Marketing system requirement - Malangaan Cave and Spring Adventure located in the municipality of San Rafael, Bulacan.