In Central Luzon, you will find some interesting tourist spots in Tarlac. The province is increasingly becoming a travel destination due to a number of historical and natural attractions found in the area. You can do karting, soul searching, kayaking, and many other outdoor activities here.
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Must-Visit Tourist Spots in Tarlac, Philippines
Tarlac Recreational Park
This all-in-one outdoor sports and
Kart City Tarlac
Go-karting has become an attraction in Tarlac since it was opened to the public. A perfect weekend getaway for those who want to bond with their family, especially their kids. These four wheels will surely bring out your adrenaline rush while having some fun.
Aquino Center & Museum
Capas National Shrine
When it comes to landmarks, this is what Tarlac is famous for. It was built to honor the Filipinos and Americans who survived and endured the Bataan Death March. The centerpiece of this shrine is the pillar with a height of 70 meters. With trees surrounding the area, did you know that each of the trees was dedicated to every fallen soldier during the World War II?
JSJ Goat Farm
A delightful tour to a goat farm is indeed a memorable experience only Tarlac offers. This is conveniently located in Barangay Caruray, Gerona. You’ll have the chance to see how their milk products are made and get a taste of fresh goat’s milk.
Monasterio de Tarlac
If you pass by Anao, don’t miss the opportunity to drop by the Ylang-ylang center. One of the tourist spots in Tarlac that showcases international scent market that’s proudly-Pinoy made. It has successfully penetrated the global perfumery industry with this local flower, Ylang-ylang.
How to get to Tarlac
There is no commercial airport in the province of Tarlac. The closest airport is in Clark. From Clark Airport, you can take a jeepney to Dau Bus Terminal. From there, ride any north-bound bus that will pass by Tarlac. The buses usually have stopvers in Tarlac. If you are coming from Manila, buses going up north are available in Pasay, Cubao, Sampaloc, and Caloocan. Make sure you ask the driver or conductor if it will pass by Tarlac.