THE LIGHT CALLED HOME
The most lavish and magnificent Subic Bay Experience. Watch us surpass all expectations!
Like a beacon that steers boats to shore, this magnificent establishment along the Waterfront can serve as a venue that beckons travelers seeking world-class comfort.
Memories are written with the brilliant shafts of sunlight. At the Lighthouse Marina Resort, the exuberance of your gateways are inimitable. In this 3-floor, 34 rooms seaside boutique hotel gazing toward the sea, your itinerary is only limited by the glimmers of your imagination. The vigor and the activity of waterfront road on Moonbay Marina are only a stone’s throw, nevertheless, you can hide away within the contemporary surroundings outlined by the seashore.
Meticulous service coupled with only the best of modern comforts is graciously set within these stunning bay views. It’ll be difficult to forget the crisp sea air illuminated by a lighthouse, underlined by the multitude of discoveries that will keep you returning.
The Subic Bay Freeport Zone redefined the concept of self-reinvention in it’s transformation from a US naval base into a bustling commercial center, a family-friendly tourist destination, and an ecological preserve that displays the rare wonders of nature in a very idyllic setting. Progress aligns itself with nature, as pristine beaches, tropical forest, shopping complexes and multinational companies can be found within easy distance of each other, in a self-contained environment that is proximate to a thriving seaport facility and a inviting mountain range.
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Unrivaled for its seamless beauty, elegance, and renowned service. The Lighthouse Marina Resort might be your perfect getaway.
SUBIC SAILING CLUB
HOME OF THE SATURDAY AFTERNOON GENTLEMEN SAILORS
a community composed of entrepreneurs, expatriates, and sports enthusiasts
who all share the unbridled passion and commitment for sailing
Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ), which is known simply as Subic Bay, is the Philippines' first successful case of a military base converted through volunteerism into a tax- and duty-free zone similar to Hong Kong and Singapore, operated and managed by the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority or SBMA. It covers the fenced area of the former U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay located in the southwest of Luzon Island in the Philippines and surrounded by the municipalities of Subic and Olongapo City in Zambales and Hermosa and Morong in Bataan, in concurrence of these municipalities' Sangguniang Bayan, pursuant to Section 12 of RA 7227. The harbor faces the Zambales Mountain Range to the west and the Subic Bay opening to the South China Sea.