MORONG BATAANPhilippines is an archipelagic nation comprised of 7,641 islands, enriched withbreath-taking beaches, long terrains of mountains, and highly-diverse marine life. Weare known as the country whose prolific biodiversity as its main tourist attraction. In2019, the travel and tourism industry contributed 12.7% to the country’s Gross DomesticProduct (GDP). Because of this the Philippines had garnered numerous titles in theinternational platform such as the Pearl of the Orient Seas, the capital of WesternPacific, traditional capital of the world’s festivitiesand countless more. Along withBoracay, Morong, Bataan is considered to be one of Asia’s top holiday faces offering afine white-sand beach with a lush mountain in the middle which served as the cradle ofthree sightly falls (Playa La Caleta). Aside from this, the Bataan Nuclear Powerplantwhich was built during former President Ferdinand Marcos’ administration can also befound within the municipality, presently, it serves as a historical site and a remnant ofHispanic colonization that attracts both foreign and local tourists. The PawikanConservation Center (PCC), a private institution which aims to help protect theendangered species by educating the local community, providing a hatchery andallowing volunteers to help release the baby turtles to the sea, is also one of the mostvisited places in Bataan. Note that these are just some of the numerous ecological andhistorical treasures of the province.