Why Choose To Live in Bulacan?
At the heart of Fareast Asia lies Bulacan—a province in the Republic of the Philippines, situated in the country’s Central Luzon Region, north of Manila, the nation’s capital.
Bulacan prides itself for its rich historical heritage and culture. Not only the province is the home of many great men and women but also has many tourist attractions and historical landmarks. The province cradles of the nation’s noble heroes, among them: Marcelo H. del Pilar—”The Great Propagandist,” and General Gregorio del Pilar”—The Hero of Tirad Pass.” Bulacan is also home to many of the country’s greatest artists, with a good number elevated as National Artists; among them: the legendary poet Francisco “Baltazar” Balagtas, the musician Nicanor Abelardo, and the nationalist sculptor Guillermo Tolentino.
Bulacan is also among the most progressive provinces in the Philippines. It is dubbed as the northern gateway of Manila and a real great ideal investment destination due to its Strategic Location; Highly Productive Human Resources; Abundant Natural Resources; Well-Developed Infrastructure Support; Reasonable Cost for Doing Business; Favorable Peace and Order Situation; and Attractive Investments Incentives.
Bulacan is well-known for the following industries: Marble and Marbleized Limestone, Jewelry, Pyrotechnics,Leather, Aquaculture, Meat and Meat Products, Garments, Furniture, High-Value Crops, and Sweets and Native Delicacies, and a wide variety of high-quality native products.
The province has the feel of both a commercialized urban city and a laid back relaxing country province. Bulacan is also a great tourist destination, owing to its vital role in Philippine history, and its rich heritage in culture and the arts. The province stores many great things that you can hope for and indeed one of the best place in the Philippines to live in.
Bulacan has fast become an ideal tourist destination, owing to its vital role in Philippine history, and its rich heritage in culture and the arts. The province is popularly known for its historical sites; nostalgic old houses and churches; idyllic ecological attractions; religious attractions; colorful and enchanting festivals; swimming and various themed attractions; and a wide selection of elegant native crafts and sumptuous delicacies. It is also home to numerous resorts, hotels, restaurants, and other recreational facilities.
Bulacan Historical Tourist Attractions
The province is home to several nationally recognized public and private educational institutions such as Baliuag University (First school granted full autonomy in Region 3), the Bulacan State University (Main & Satellite Campuses), Bulacan Agricultural State College (San Ildefonso & DRT Campus), Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Sta. Maria Extension Campus and Pulilan Campus) La Consolacion University Philippines and Centro Escolar University (Malolos Campus)
Primary and intermediate
Bulacan has a total of 473 public Elementary schools, 435 public schools under the Department of Education (DepEd) Division of Bulacan and 38 public schools under the Division of City Schools of Malolos.
Bulacan has a total of 68 public high schools, national and provincial. Sixty-five (65) under the Department of Education (DepEd) Division of Bulacan and three (3) public high schools under the Division of City Schools of Malolos. Division of City Schools of MEycauayan has (4) public high schools.
There are many privately owned (by individual or group) and church-operated schools established in the city. Private schools in the province are member of Bulacan Private Schools Association (BULPRISA) While in Malolos, private schools are organized as Malolos City Private Schools Association (MACIPRISA). In Meycauayan, private schools are organized as Meycauayan City Private Schools Association (MEYCIPRISA)
The Province of Bulacan, Philippines offers everything that you can ever hope for. An ideal and peaceful community. A committed government. A haven for business and investments. A perfect vacation getaway.