Sunday, October 23, 2016

Best things to see and do in Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Best things to see and do in Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Best things to see and do in Subic Bay Freeport Zone

This post is about the best things to see and do in Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

BEST THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN
SUBIC BAY FREEPORT ZONE:
SPANISH GATE



The 19th century Spanish Gate was Subic Bay’s primary naval station for many years during the  years of Spanish colonization. Aside from being a former cemetery for marines, it was also used as a jail by both the Spaniards and Americans.

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BEST THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN
SUBIC BAY FREEPORT ZONE:
SUBIC BAY YACHT CLUB

The Subic Bay Yacht Club is a luxurious exclusive club that includes extravagant accommodations and an extensive marina.

The club is known to hold sailing activities and water sports.

BEST THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN
SUBIC BAY FREEPORT ZONE:
SUBIC BAY EXHIBITION AND CONVENTION CENTER



The Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center (SBECC) is the largest convention center outside of Metro Manila, crowning Subic Bay Freeport as the “Premiere Convention Capital of the Philippines.”

The Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center (SBECC) can seat about 12,000 people, allowing the SBFZ to host some of the country’s biggest events.

BEST THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN
SUBIC BAY FREEPORT ZONE:
EL KABAYO


Best things to see and do in Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Meanwhile, the El Kabayo Stables is peaceful and covered with verdant fields and trees.

The grazing horses barely spared us a second look as we pulled up by stables’ entrance. I’d ridden horses before, but none were ever as tall or as heavily built as El Kabayo’s thoroughbred horses.

Once I was upright on the saddle—and actually way too high up from the ground for my comfort—my heart started pounding and my hands become damp from holding tightly on the reins.

Whenever my horse flattened its ears and stomped its hooves impatiently, I thought I was going to fall off and embarrass myself.

Find your balance,” Jerry told me, his voice steady. “Press your ankles firmly against him and relax. He can tell you’re upset.” His soothing tone and light touch on the horse’s muzzle calmed me and my horse.

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