Land of Noble Heroes. Truly a melting pot of the past and the present, the old and the new, the countryside of the urbane, the province has emerged as into a reputable resort haven of Luzon.
Bulacan serves as a gateway to Northern Luzon. It is just a few minutes’ drive from Manila making it a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of Manila’s city life. This quaint and quiet province offers a lot to its visitors. It comprises of 3 cities and 21 municipalities, with Malolos as its capital City.
A province blessed with rich culture and history, Bulacan played a vital role in shaping the country’s history and cultural heritage. Dubbed to be the birthplace of Asia’s First Constitutional Democracy, it boasts of its brave heroes such as Marcelo H. del Pilar—"The Great Propagandist," and General Gregorio del Pilar"—The Hero of Tirad Pass" and great men of art such as the legendary poet Francisco "Baltazar" Balagtas, the musician Nicanor Abelardo, and the nationalist sculptor Guillermo Tolentino.
Today, Bulacan is continuing its role to be one of the progressive provinces in the Philippines and an ideal tourist destination showcasing its historical sites and landmarks, old ancestral houses and churches, colorful festivals, and various ecological, religious , recreational and themed attractions.