Bulan Presidential Museum | Things to do in Bulan-Sorsogon
|Address:||Bulan, Bulan, Sorsogon|
Sabang Community Park is a governement-owned reclaimed land open for public use. The land has a long stretch of beach that surrounds the vicinity. The property was originally a swampland until the local government invested time and resources to make the land usable. The park is open until midnight for guests to enjoy. The park also offers overnight stays for P500. Its pavilion can be rented out for functions and events, and are priced at P2,000 for the first 3 hours, and P500 per hour thereafter.
Bulan's Japanese encampments comprise an intricate cave system the Japanese bunked and fought from during the World War II. Previously extended several kilometers, the caves were burrowed under a tiny hill and remain well-preserved. Surrounding the cave is a lake that originally provided a floating bar to enjoy refreshments in the area. A typhoon damaged the floating bar, but the caves are luckily intact.
A tourism project of Bulan's local government, this eco-park hosts the Mountain Festival, a lively celebration in honor of land as a renewable resource, held every 2nd Saturday of October. The park covers 14.8 hectares and used to be a garbage dumpsite. Donated by Thomas de Castro, the wasteland was converted into usable land and has been existing as a park for 13 years. The site is being developed to have attractions like butterfly farms, horseback riding, and tree planting programs, alongside concerts and other festivals. Eventually, the area will also allow renewable energy, and dormitories and facilities for public events.
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