The Lighthouse Marina Resort

Address: Moonbay Marina Complex, Water Front Road, Subic, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
 
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This resort, located on Moonbay Marina Complex, Water Front Road, Subic, is near Pagsanjan (Magdapio) Falls and Bolinao Beach.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews The Lighthouse Marina Resort Subic

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Subic

      A new start

      A travel blog entry by sidong on Sep 01, 2014

      1 photo

      ... place too long my excitement for travel will end up being a blown fuse!

      At the moment I'm living in the Philippines, I've actually been here for 10 years now i believe. And there are some goods and bads here. Not in the mood to say what ticks me off here but I'm happy i have some good mates here.

      Australia is ...

      All I Wanted Was A Monkey

      A travel blog entry by bfust on Sep 22, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... could turn off the air conditioning and be at a more comfortable "Lemur" doesn't appear to have been considered. It is a mistake to wear shorts when the temperature is Penguin.

    • The country views in the Philippines are beautiful. Especially as we got closer to Subic Bay, it was great to see the greenery and there were a lot of big hills, mist, and local abodes in the fields.
    • The beach is way more fun when my wife ...

    • Chapter Seven - Subic Bay, The Philippines

      A travel blog entry by rachrich2013 on Feb 14, 2013

      2 photos

      ... flag ship of the American fleet, this was before 1941 when the American troops sank the 100 metre ship themselves in order to stop it falling into Japanese hands, due to it's cannons and arsenal. They torpedoed the ship three times and now it lays at the bottom of the bay at around 30 metres with other wrecks. The dive itself was great, but very spooky due to the low visibility and the greenish tinge to the light that made it ...

      A Morong to Remember

      A travel blog entry by adventurelai on Feb 01, 2013

      27 photos

      ... is shallow and but clear. Just be careful there are jellyfish in the sea..And by the way, they have swimming pool too.. (See photos below)

      Side-trip
      For this travel the sidetrip is the Pawikan Sanctuary, this is included in the package of cashcashpinoy and the reason why I bought this promo.. (See photos below)

      Note: This is my first blog ever so please don't be mean.. Thank you for reading

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      Padi sa Morong Experience

      A travel blog entry by shevalenzuela on Nov 11, 2011

      15 photos

      November 10-11, 2011


      From Manila

      From NLEX, take San Fernando Exit. Go straight along Olongapo - Gapan road until Hermosa, Bataan. From Hermosa, you may take,

      Subic - Clark - Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX):
      From Olongapo - Gapan , take exit in Palihan, Hermosa Bataan leading in Dinalupihan SCTEX exit. Then take Arganaut Highway in SBMA all the way to Morong Gate. Follow the road passing through Pawikan Conservation Center ...