Camp Pangatian Shrine | Things to do in Cabanatuan-Nueva Ecija

Before the war, this used to be a military training camp for twenty years but was converted into a concentration camp for Allied Prisoners of War during the Japanese occupation.  Some of the survivors of the infamous death march from Bataan to Corregidor in April to May 1942 were imprisoned here. A shrine now honors the brave rescue of POW’s by the Filipino guerillas led by the late Governor Eduardo L. Joson.  The camp is a popular tourist destination area for the veterans of WWII and their families who visit our country under the WWII Veterans Homecoming programs.
Open: Open Everyday
Address: Nueva Ecija - Aurora Rd, Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija
Fee: N/A
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Nearby attractions

Talon Kalikasan / Kukwit Falls
4.51 km away

A natural waterfalls at the foot of Mt. Sierra Madre.  The place is just about a kilometer from Aetas resettlement area.

BSP Jamboree Site
4.51 km away

The largest site in Central Luzon.  Held here, the 1968 Boy Scout of the Philippines (BSP) National Jamboree was dubbed as the “Jamboree of Experience and History”.

GSP Josefa Llanes Escoda
4.51 km away

A 12 hectare jamboree and camping site for the Girl Scouts of the Philippines (GSP).

Where to stay

The Harvest Hotel Managed by HII

The first and only four-star hotel in the city of Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija, which offers spaciously designed accommodations, facilities, and classy dining options fit for business and leisure travelers alike.

Getting there and around

Nueva Ecija - Aurora Rd, Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija

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