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Bataan World War II Museum – Photo by Trip Hobo
Officially called the City of Balanga, this 4th class component city in Bataan, Philippines is also the province’s capital. It was previously a part of Abucay. The name of the city came from the Tagalog word banga or clay pot, a product that is being produced by the local people.
Since it is near coastal areas, the city is abundant with marine food products. These include tilapia, bangus, galunggong, kapak, and even bagoong. More so, it offers various delicacies best as pasalubong, such as cashew prunes, leche halaya, cookies, smoked fish, chips, and suman.
The city also has places of interest. The Bataan World War II Museum contains souvenirs of the country’s fight during World War II. On the other hand, the Balanga Wetland Park is the place of migratory birds.
Streamtech Service Areas in Balanga City
- Camella Heights Balanga
Photo by Panoramictrip
Mariveles is a 1st class municipality in Bataan, Philippines. Before, it was called the Village of Camaya, coming from the Chinese word Ca-ma-yen. In terms of the name “Mariveles” itself, an account says that it came from the phrase “maraming dilis,” a fish of abundant amount in the locality.
The municipality is also proud of its products. These include bibingkinitan, special prok chicharon, puto and kutsinta, and cashew tarts, among others.
Its places of interest include the Mariveles Five Fingers, Bataan Death March Marker, Parish Church of Saint Nicholas Tolentine, Mount Mariveles, and Freeport Area of Bataan.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in Mariveles
- Bria Homes Mariveles
Bataan, the fast-emerging tourist haven of Central Luzon
Inherently having a rich mix of culture, history, and natural beauty, Bataan has gone far beyond a traditional tourist destination. Truly, this area is another reason why it is more fun in the Philippines. It is home to various festivals such as:
- Pawikan Festival
- Kuraldal Festival (Dinaluhipan)
- Senakulo Festival (Samal Palis)
- Banga Festival (Balanga City)
- Lasa Festival (Abucay)
- Alimango Sugpo Festival (Orani)
- Pagbubunyi Festival (Limay)
- Bataan Day Celebration.
And of course, in terms of tourist attractions, there is a variety the province has to offer aside from those mentioned above:
- Dambana ng Kagitingan
- Sisiman Beach
- Lusong beach
- CoralView Resort
- Pamarta Bali
- Corregidor Island
- Pawikan Conservation Center
- Bataan National Park
- Shrine of Valor
- La Casas Filipinas de Acuzar.
Consequently, it will be most worthwhile to have this part of the Philippine map be known not only by the people of the country but also of the world.
And that is something that can be bridged by the internet, with high connection speeds.
Streamtech gives the answer, fiber internet
The amazing news is that Streamtech, one of the Philippines’ newest wave in fiber internet, brings its reliable and unlimited products and services to Bataan. At a very affordable price, customers can have unlimited internet access. From as low as PhP 1,499, one can already have a subscription of up to 25 Mbps fiber internet. No need for any complex wifi settings configurations.
Initially in the location, Streamtech is covering Bria Homes Mariveles and Camella Heights Balanga. But it has expansion plans nationwide so that more and more Filipinos and users will have access to stable and high-speed internet.
As a fiber network service provider, it also provides services to businesses. Its enterprise group coordinates with business owners or constituents so that they may be able to satisfy their business-specific requirements.
Also, for huge businesses, there will be assigned an account manager to directly provide them assistance. This is in line with helping them to have smooth operations, thereby providing the needs of these business customers.
So, what are you waiting for? If you’re from these serviceable areas, subscribe to Streamtech now, surf to your heart’s content, and exceed limits!
Visit the Streamtech website or Official Facebook Page for more details.