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Where to Stay

Subic offers a wide range of accomodations to suit all types of visitors, from furnished single detached housing units and modest hotel rooms to luxurious condominiums. Amenities include air conditiones rooms, hot or cold water and restaurants offering various cuisines. Most hotels and resorts accmmodate walk-in customers. During peak season howeve, reservations are highly recommended.

Some hotels, particularly Crown Peak, Subic International Hotel and Subic Lighthouse Hotel, also offer confreence and seminar facilities. Especially built to accomodate huge assemblies are conference sites like the Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center and the George Dewey Convention Center. These venues can be rented for a minimum of 8 hours. Equipment such as projectors are available for lease. The Binictican Community Center, on the other hand, is ideal for smaller gatherings. Also Carcon upper Mau Inn offers accommodations as well as a conference

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Where to Eat

Subic with its array of restaurants and food palaces, has become a destination for both gourmands and those just hungry for a good meal. There's a wide selection of dining places to satisfy your palate and suit your budget. A lot of restaurants are now open by the bay side, so open-air dining has become an attractive option, Some of these include the Seafood-by-the-bay, Gerry's Grill and Pier One. The Harbor Point Mall also houses a wide array of choices for the food connoisseurs. From fast-food to the more elaborate international meals offered by many of the restaurants within. . There are restaurants specializing in different cuisines such as chinese (Feng Huang, Golden Dragon), italian (A Tavola), japanese (Sakura), American (meat Plus) and many others.

Gourmet food is also available at places like Aresi Restaurant and Rama Mahal. For a cup of steaming capuccinos, there's always starbucks and Xtremely Xpresso to go to.

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Where to Go

As subic Bay's reputation as a premier hideaway has grown, its nightlife has become more colorful and exciting, with new bars and fun places sprouting up to serve the needs of visitors from early evening up to the witching hours.

Pier One and Gerry's Grill, for instance, have strategically placed placed themselves on the beachfront. Both restaurants have performing band s dishing out a variety of music, from folk to pop.

Fishcado, a seafood restaurant along Waterfront Road, also has a live band, while the Lighthouse Hotel pfffers reaxing lounge music with its piano-playing and serenading.

Sometimes, it's more fun to be a performer instead of an audience member. If you eel like singing your hearts out, try the many music lounges and clubs like the Baywatch Disco and Karaoke, or the SIH Videoclub Club, which offers a wide selection of not just english and filipino songs, but also korean, japaese and mandarin tunes.

Another way to spend the night in Subic is to try your luck at the Venezia Hotel Casino in the Central Business District - if you have the extra money to gamble away.

Barring all else, you can always have an alcohol-free evening and frolic at the Harbor Point Mall or just go to the movies. Ayala Cinemas at the Harbor Point Mall is open from mondays to sundays.

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Where to shop

Duty-free shopping remains one of Subic Bay's top attractions. Most of the duty-free shops are located in two major areas: Argonaut and Palm Streets in the Gateway District and Rizal and Sampson Road in the Central Business.

In the gateway district, choose from Royal Subic Duty Free Mall, Value City and American Hardware. The Central Business District on the other hand has Freeport Exchange and Duty Free Superstore. These Shops always hold big discount sales, so make sure to check them out from time to time.

But the latest and most comprehensive assortment of shops in Subic Bay is the newly built Harbor Point Mall. From brand name apparells to the latest technologies, there is an endless selection of products to be found in the Mall.

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In 1565, famed Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legazpi established a settlement in Cebu, Philippines. Because of an uneasy situation with the local inhabitants, an expedition was sent north to explore the island of Luzon. Seven years later, de Legazpi's grandson Juan de Salcedo made his way to what would be Subic Bay and later reported on his findings. However, it would not be until 1885 that the Spanish Naval Commission authorized construction of its Arsenal in the area.

Because of Subic Bay's strategic location, its fully sheltered wharf and natural deep harbor, and its beautiful natural environment, Subic became a bastion of foreign military might from the 1800s to the early 1990s.

In the twenty-first century, Subic Bay enjoys its reputation as a major international tourism destination. With its pristine waters and diverse ecology, Subic Bay stands as a model for sustainable development.

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