Sign in. Open full screen to view more. This map was created by a user. Learn how to create your own.
Welcome to the Bulacan google satellite map! This place is situated in Bulacan, Region 3, Philippines, its geographical coordinates are 14° 47' 34" North, 120° 52' 44" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Bulacan. See Bulacan photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Bulacan in Philippines.
Get directions, maps, and traffic for Bulacan, Bulacan. Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit.
Bulacan is a province in the Philippines. It is located just north of Metro Manila and shares boundaries with Pampanga and Nueva Ecija in the north, and Manila Bay on the south west. Bulacan Map - Central Luzon, Philippines - Mapcarta
People also ask
Where is Bulacan Region 3 in the Philippines?
Where are the Bulacan hotels in the Philippines?
Where can I find a 3D map of Bulacan?
Which is the capital of the province of Bulacan?
- Points of Interest
- See Also
The Conquest of Bulacan traces to the first years of the Spanish in the Philippines. Upon the defeat of the Macabebeand Hagonoy natives led by Bambalito in the Battle of Bangkusay on June 3, 1571, that caused Martin de Goiti to move up north first to Lubao in September 1571. Two months later, on November 14, 1571, Martin de Goiti reached Malolos and Calumpit respectively and it was reported to Adelantado Miguel Lopez de Legaspi, the first Governor-General of the Philippines. Adelantado establ...
Issues concerning the foundation date
For a long period of time, Bulacan traced its founding as a province during the American Period at the reorganization of Philippine Provinces. To determine the tentative date of the province's foundation and to trace its roots from colonial period. Efforts and research conducted by Dr. Jaime Veneracion, Dr. Reynaldo Naguit of the Center for Bulacan Studies and Mr. Isagani Giron of the Samahang Pangkasaysayan ng Bulacan (Sampaka) shows that Bulacan was identified as a visita of Tondo in 1578....
Bulacan covers a total area of 2,796.10 square kilometres (1,079.58 sq mi) occupying the southeastern section of the Central Luzon region. The province is bounded by Nueva Ecija (San Isidro Gapan City, General Tinio) on the north, Aurora (Dingalan) on the northeast, Quezon (General Nakar) on the east, Rizal (Rodriguez) on the southeast, Metro Manila (Valenzuela City, Malabon, Navotas, Caloocan and Quezon City) on the south, Manila Bay on the southwest, and Pampanga (Candaba, San Luis, Pampanga, Apalit, Macabebe, Masantol) on the west. Several rivers irrigate the province of Bulacan; the largest one is that of Angat. Angat River passes through the towns of Norzagaray, Angat, Bustos, San Rafael, Baliwag, Plaridel, Pulilan, and Calumpit. It flows thence into the Pampanga River, goes out again, washes Hagonoy, and loses itself in the mangroves. The banks of these rivers are very fertile and are covered with trees.
The population of Bulacan in the 2015 census was 3,292,071 people, making it the second most populous province in the country, only behind from Cavite, which is also located in Luzon. It had a density of 1,200 inhabitants per square kilometre or 3,100 inhabitants per square mile, the country's 4th highest for a province. On 1 May 2010, the province had 2,924,433 inhabitants with an annual population growth rate of 2.73 from the year 2000 to 2010, There were 588,693 households in the province with an average size of 4.8 persons. Bulacan had a median age of 23 years in 2007.
The province of Bulacan is steadily becoming industrialized due to its proximity to Metro Manila. Many corporations put up industrial plants and site in Bulacan. Some of the businesses and industries include agribusiness; aquaculture; banking; cement bag making; ceramics; construction; courier; education; food/food processing; furniture; garments; gifts, houseware & decors; hospitals; hotels, resorts and restaurants; information and communications technology; insurance; jewelry; leather and l...
Agribusiness and aquaculture
The rural areas still mostly depend on agriculture and aquaculture as a source of income. Some of the major crops are rice, corn, vegetables, and fruits such as mangoes. An orchid farm is operating at Golden Bloom Orchids at Barangay Maguinao in San Rafael, Bulacan. The fisheries of Bulacan, aside from fishponds and rivers, include Bustos Dam and waterlogged areas. Major species cultured include bangus, tilapia, prawn, and catfish. This made Bulacan a leading province in Bangus (milkfish) pro...
Banking and finance
Bulacan is served by all major banks with more than 200 banks doing business in the province. The entrepreneurial culture is supported by the strong cooperative movement with total assets of over PhP 2 Billion.
Bulacan is dubbed as "The Gateway to the Northern Philippines". The province is linked with Metro Manila primarily through the North Luzon Expressway and Manila North Road (better known as the MacArthur Highway) which crosses the province into Pampanga and western part of Northern Luzon (western Central Luzon, Ilocos and Cordillera Administrative Region). While taking the Cagayan Valley Road in Guiguinto, the road leads to Nueva Ecija and to the eastern part of Northern Luzon (eastern Central Luzon and Cagayan Valley Region). Bulacan will be accessed by the future C-6 Road connecting the provinces of Rizal and Cavite and the cities of Taguig, Parañaque and Muntinlupa in Metro Manila. The proposed North Luzon East Expressway (NLEE) is the future expressway link between Metro Manila and the provinces of Bulacan and Nueva Ecija. It will also serves as a new alternate route of motorists coming from Manila going to Aurora and Cagayan Valleyregion. The MacArthur Highway traverses the prov...
The province is home to several nationally recognized public and private educational institutions such as Baliuag University (First school granted full autonomy in Region 3), the Bulacan State University (Main & Satellite Campuses), the Bulacan Polytechnic College (Malolos, Bocaue, Pandi, Angat, San Miguel, San Rafael, Obando & City of San Jose del Monte Campus), Bulacan Agricultural State College (San Ildefonso & DRT Campus), Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Santa Maria Extension Campus and Pulilan Campus), La Consolacion University Philippines and Centro Escolar University (Malolos Campus). On the other hand, National University, a non-sectarian Manila-based university, will soon establish its first campus outside Metro Manila in the municipality of Baliwag, and Baliuag Polytechnic College, a public non-sectarian institution in the municipality of Baliwag.
Current provincial government officials (2019–2022): 1. Governor: Daniel Fernando (NUP) 2. Vice Governor: Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado (NUP) Provincial Board Members: Ex-officio Board Members: 1. PCL President 1.1. Marie Claudette P. Quimpo-Serrano (interim) 1.2. William R. Villarica (Elected) 2. ABC President 2.1. Ramilito B. Capistrano 3. SK President 3.1. Robert Myron G. Nicolas Congressional District Representatives: 1. First District: Jose Antonio "Kuya" R. Sy-Alvarado (NUP) 2. Second District: Gavini "Apol" C. Pancho (NUP) 3. Third District: Lorna Silverio (NUP) 4. Fourth District: Henry "Atorni Henry" R. Villarica (PDP–Laban) 5. Lone District of San Jose del Monte: Florida "Rida" P. Robes (NUP)
Source: 1. Minasa Festival: Bustos (2nd Week of January) 2. Halamaman Festival: Guiguinto (3rd Week of January) 3. Bulak Festival: San Ildefonso (Every January) 4. Fiesta Republica: City of Malolos (Every January) 5. Santo Niño Festival: City of Malolos (Last Sunday of January) 6. Obrero Festival: City of San Jose Del Monte (February 22) 7. Chicharon Festival: Santa Maria (Month of February) 8. Balagtasan Festival: Balagtas (April 2) 9. Flagellants and Lenten Rites: Paombong (Good Friday) 10....
Source: 1. Sta. Monica Parish in Angat 2. St. Lawrence, Deacon and Martir Parish in Balagtas 3. Parish of Augustine in Baliwag 4. St. Martin of Tours Parish and Diocesan Shrine of Mahal na Poong Krus sa Wawa in Bocaue 5. Shrine of Saint Andrew Kim Tae-gon in Bocaue 6. Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion Parish in Bulakan 7. Sto. Niño Parish in Bustos 8. Diocesan Shrine and Parish of St. John the Baptist in Calumpit 9. Nuestra Señora de Lourdes Parish in Doña Remedios Trinidad 10. St. Ildephonse of...
Source: 1. Enriquez Ancestral House in Bulacan 2. Meyto Shrine in Calumpit 3. St. John the Baptist Church in Calumpit 4. Basilica Minore de Immaculada Concepcion in City of Malolos 5. Kakarong de Sili Shrine in Pandi 6. Battle of Quingua Monument in Plaridel 7. Tecson House in San Miguel 8. Marcelo H. del Pilar Shrine in Bulacan 9. Bulacan Museum in City of Malolos 10. Old Train Station in Guiguinto 11. Biak-na-Bato National Park in San Miguel 12. Baliuag Museum in Baliuag 13. Barasoain Eccle...
Welcome to the Guiguinto google satellite map! This place is situated in Bulacan, Region 3, Philippines, its geographical coordinates are 14° 50' 0" North, 120° 53' 0" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Guiguinto. See Guiguinto photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Guiguinto in Philippines.
Street View Maps .City. You are here: Home / Bulacan Philippines. Bulacan Philippines. Abangan Norte Bulacan. Abangan Sur Bulacan. Abulalas Bulacan. Adia Bulacan.