Ulo ng Apo

Walking through the downtown Olongapo, you will see a landmark that is the symbol of history and values that shaped of who and what we are right now.

Olongapo City Hall

The very functional low-rise building, which houses some 2000 city employees, was inaugurated in 1998. One of the proud symbol of Olongapo's Relentless March towards prosperity for all. It is one of the Philippines' most modern city halls.

Kalaklan Lighthouse

A panoramic view perfect for picture taking, the old lighthouse is found along the national highway going to the north. It overlooks the Subic Bay Area.

Marikit Park

This is where some of the city activities and programs are staged. Featured in the park are playground for children, big shade trees, and an amphitheater-like section for big audience.

Unity Fountain

Unity has been foundation of why Ologapeños union for its resilience and formidable character.

Three Cross in Mt.Balimpuyo

Located in Mt.Balimpuyo, Brgy. Sta.Rita. Catholic devotees pray and pay homage to the Lord especially 'mahal na araw'.

Barretto Beach

This long stretch of beach is a haven for sun, sea and surf enthusiasts. Olongapo's beaches are accessible and affordable, and offer a fun and relaxing atmosphere.

City Public Market

With uniformed and organized vendors, the Olongapo City Public Market is considered to be the cleanest market in the country and awarded with the Kalinisan Award of Excellence conferred by FVR and DOH in 1998.

World Peace Memorial

The dove that greets the visitors at the entry point to Olongapo City stands as sign of peace, in memory of those who died during the battle of zigzag pass, one of the longest and most hazardous battles during World War II.

Magsaysay Drive

Exquisite dining and wine in the clubs and restaurants of Olongapo City. Treat yourself to authentic international and filipino cuisine. For pizza lovers don’t miss out any of the restaurant along RM Drive. The charm of Olongapo City nightlife consists mainly of music or the original gapo sound. Bands, jumps or humps of discos-sweer music or blaring wild music,music and beer and gaiety.

Volunteers' Park

Adjacent to the main gate of the SUBIC BAY FREEPORT ZONE, this long, narrow park stretches along the perimeter road. The park is dedicated to the 8,000 volunteers who established the foundation of the Subic Bay Freeport Zone under the leadership of founding Chairperson Richard Gordon.

James L. Gordon Memorial Hospital

Equipped with the state of the art medical facilities. Some of the finest of the region, the hospital has a staff of a professional doctors, nurses, managers and administrator. It is a city run hospital.