About Subic Bay

Subic Bay offers the best variety of tourism and recreational attractions - luxurious hotels, marina, beaches, golf greens, eco-tourism, extreme adventures, wild life parks, theme parks, watersports, car and go-kart racing, skating, bowling, cycling, motocross, duty-free shopping, casinos, world class restaurants, videoke and comedy bars and other amusement facilities.

Subic Bay Freeport (SBF) is located on the southwest side of the Luzon Island in the Philippines. The harbor is sandwiched by the Zambales Mountain Range at the east and the Subic Bay at the west and opens up to the South China Sea. It is northwest of the Bataan Peninsula and southwest of the Zambales Province. SBF is 110 kilometers north of Manila. Manila Bay and the Bataan Peninsula separate SBF from Manila. The mountain ranges around the Subic Bay area and the deep natural harbor provide excellent and protected anchorage. In addition, these features make SBF naturally sheltered from typhoons as well as from the effects of the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo.



History of Subic Bay

Nearly 86 years after Spain had established in September 1776 its main naval base in the Philippines in Manila Bay, the British took over the place, which prompted the Spanish military to scout for the next promising naval station. The expedition returned with the good news for the naval command - a natural bounty and deep waters at Subic Bay. King Alfonso II issued a decree in 1884 that declared Subic as "a naval port and the property appertaining thereto set aside for naval purposes." Construction of an arsenal and ship repair yard ensued March 8 the following year, as ordered by the new settlers' Naval Commission. Subic Bay's potential as naval station reached the land of Commodore George Dewey, that in 1898, he and his men engaged in a battle that destroyed the Spanish Army. The star spangled banner found its glory in Subic Bay in December 10, 1899.

In 1902, Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans, Commander of the Asiatic Stations, directed 200 Marines for an expeditionary force for the first U.S. fleet exercise in Asian waters. Guns were erected on Grande Island and Admiral Evans laid plans for emergency repairs of the station at Subic Bay but was denied assistance by the U.S. Five years later, the U.S. Congress finally appropriated funds for a full-scale Subic Bay Naval Reservation. Words from then President Theodore Roosevelt goes: "If we are to exert the slightest influence in Western Asia, it is of the highest importance that we have a naval station in Subic Bay." Subic Bay is now on the rise of being one of the best training areas in the Corps. But with the U.S. - Japan tension heating up, appropriations for operation and maintenance of the base fell short. Hawaii came in the scene; funding of the development of Pearl Harbor as US main station in the Pacific earned the thumbs up of the Congress. Subic took its ill fate - a promising harbor was left as a small repair station.

US was drawn into the war in Europe; Filipinos and Americans worked hand in hand to prepare the battleships for World War I. As if that was not enough, workers at Subic Bay also overhauled 26 German ships, that had been used to transport thousands of American troops to Europe. Likewise, this period gave way for different developments: Olongapo had a taste of some of its best years; the base was lined with trees and plants, and several recreational facilities were constructed. But the skies over the Bay were suddenly raining with stick bombs - the Japanese claimed Subic and Olongapo on January 10, 1942, days after the Pearl Harbor attack, bringing with them the devastation of World War II. Many Filipinos and Americans were killed, several buildings were destroyed, seven seaplanes were sunk, and lines of telephones and telegraphs were sabotaged. The Marines were ordered to withdraw into Bataan then soon to Corregidor, burning all buildings left standing after the Japanese attack. Filipinos torched all the war's ruins in Olongapo. Filipinos have been subjected to the cruelty of the Japanese for three years, after which the American made a forceful rebound and reoccupied the base on January 29, 1945.

The Marine station underwent massive reconstruction and was again ready for naval endeavors on September 26, 1945. Shortly after the marines resumed their duties, the Tydings-McDuffie Law set provision for Philippine independence and was granted on July 4, 1946. Nonetheless, the US maintained that it would still retain the country's military bases. The Philippines, acknowledging its frailty in the Cold War, entered into the RP-US Military Bases Agreement on March 14, 1947. The US was granted the right to retain sixteen military bases and to administrate the town of Olongapo. Several significant urbanization projects were orchestrated, but the most challenging was as gigantic as displacing half the part of a 1,200-foot mountain, that needed around 20 million man-hours, and required five years of labor - the exceptional air station and pier construction of the Seabees was the highlight of 1956 in Subic Bay. Another accomplishment at the height of the cold war was ammunition bunkers and buildings that occupied over 12, 400 acres of the Southwestern part of Subic Bay. Set in the tropical rainforest, ammunition and ordinance from these facilities played a big role in the Vietnam War and in the Gulf War of 1991.

The original 1947 military pact between the Philippines and the US has been amended. The year 1979 witnessed a turning point for both countries - Philippines claimed a sovereign rule over the base and the US area of responsibility was reduced from 24,000 hectares to 6, 300 hectares. What followed was a series of events that would change the course of Subic Bay forever. On June 15, 1991, volcanic ashes and debris rained over the base, devastating Subic Bay and neighboring provinces. Mt. Pinatubo's fury has left the navy and air force no option but to evacuate all their dependents. When Pinatubo's rage came to a halt, and American and Filipino personnel restored the base, bringing it back to business in no time.
Uncertainty continued hovering the Philippine Senate with regard to the termination of the 1947 treaty. Months-long discussions were held; parliamentary proceedings were organized; and a pro-bases rally was staged, but to no avail. September 16, 1991 surfaced a conclusion - The US had to withdraw its forces and equipment from Clark and Subic, having received the rejection of 12 senators on the earlier proposed new treaty. The lowering of the Stars and Stripes followed suit. The Navy bid farewell to America's nine decades of military presence on Philippine soil.



Places to visit in Subic Bay

An interesting feature you may want to try here would be animal encounter. Visitors are given the chance to swim, play in the beach, and dive with the animals in the reserve. Each animal encounter activity will come with a small affordable fee. Ocean Adventure also has diving programs featuring various reefs along the many islands of the bay.

Zoobic Safari
The Subic Bay Freeport Zone hosts a unique theme park where animals roam free. The Zoobic Safari is one of the attractions in the Freeport area. The entire theme park covers a land area of 25 hectares. Various exotic animals can be seen within the protected area including tigers, which are some sort of a main attraction here. Safari rates are quite cheap, which is less than P500.

El Kabayo Equestrian Center
This is also one of the attractions in the Freeport area in Subic. Enthusiasts of the sport will love to try their skills here since the center grooms foreign breeds of horses from Argentina, Australia, and the U.S. If you're not into horseback riding then you may want to go waterfall hunting after admiring the magnificent animals.

Bat Kingdom
One of the appealing manmade Subic sightseeing spots, Bat Kingdom provides a nice and relaxing place for tourists to visit. This captivating site features more than 10,000 fruitbats, which are considered to be the biggest kind of bats in existence. Aside from these, it also offers shelter to the smallest specie of bats that people can find in the Philippines, Bamboo bats. In addition, tourists can easily situate this sightseeing spot because it is near to famous hospitality service providers in the area such as Subic Park Hotel. Moreover, they can also find other beautiful tourist destinations that are very accessible to Bat Kingdom like Apaliin Trail and Subic Golf Course. To see this protected reserve, tourists should arrange with the organization that manages the place. Furthermore, they need to prepare at least 100 pesos for the entrance fee at the site.

Jungle Joe’s World
For those who like to visit attractive amusement parks, one of the Subic sightseeing spots that they should look at is Jungle Joe’s World. Families will surely have a splendid and remarkable time at this place because it features beautiful attractions and children’s rides. For toddlers aging two to five, one of the nicest attractions in the place that they should see is Kiddie Playzone, which has trampolines, mazes, and plastic slides. Children can also enjoy and have fun at Indy 500 Racer, Winter Wonderland, and Jungle Joe’s Playhouse Theater. Meanwhile, adults should try some exciting and fun activities at Jungle Joe’s World like Zoo Ride adventure and Jurassic Trail trekking. For those who want to visit the place, it is found within Subic Family Land Nature Adventure Park at Itanin Forest in Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Zambales.

Jungle Environment Survival Camp
Another alluring Subic sightseeing spot that many tourists like to see is Jungle Environment Survival Camp. When they visit this site, they can learn jungle survival skills from the members of U.S. Navy Seals and Special Forces. In addition, they also teach guests about barks that have anesthetic purposes and vines that produce clean water. Situated along Burgos Street Corner Causeway in Subic Bay Freeport Zone, tourists will not have a hard time finding this Subic sightseeing spot. To have a wonderful experience at the camp, tourists should allot at least 2,000 pesos a budget.

Subic Bay Golf and Country Club
Subic Bay Golf and Country Club is one of the most visited attractions along Binictican Valley within Subic Bay Freeport Zone in the province of Zambales. Golfers will surely have nice and enjoyable time at this place since its 18-hole golf course provides a nice overview of the bay and forests in the area. Even if it is a private club, some travel companies and tourist guides can arrange with the management of this Subic sightseeing spot to allow tourists to have fun and spend a day at the place. Some of the most common travel packages that include a day at Subic Bay Golf and Country Club cost 5,000 pesos to 7,000 pesos.

Subic International Raceway
Tourists and foreigners who want to try exciting activities should take a look at the facilities of Subic International Raceway. This raceway is one of the places in the Philippines that host and hold international races like SVI Grand Prix, Formula 3, and Philippine National Touring Car. Adventurous people can have a good time at this site since its race circuit has 12 turns. For those who have interest in trying some racing activities at Subic International Raceway, they should make prior arrangements with Sports Values Inc. For companies and organizations that like to hold race events at this place should contact Automotive Association of the Philippines, as well as Federacion Internationale de Automotive.

Cinco Picos Trekking
Trekkers in Subic should allot time to go to Cinco Picos Trek. To have a wonderful and safe hiking and trekking activities at this place, tourists are usually guided by Aetas living at Mount Cinco Picos. The most common two-day trek at this Subic sightseeing spot begins at Sitio Cawak. Many people like to hike at this place because it offers a relaxing and refreshing overview of some of the beautiful natural attractions in Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Trekking packages usually cost 600 pesos to 1,000 pesos.

Tree Top Adventure
One of the special and enjoyable sightseeing spots in Subic Bay Freeport Zone that tourists and travelers should see is Tree Top Adventure. This is a manmade park situated in a beautiful and pristine forest. At this attractive Subic sightseeing spot, people can try unique activities. Inside the premises of this park, guests can tour the forest in an exciting way. They can admire the beauty of the site 100 feet above the ground. In order to ensure the safety of guests, the management and staff at the place use modern and sophisticated equipment like cable rides. Other Subic activities that guests can try at this park are tree-drop adventure, trekking, and hiking. Tour packages at Tree Top Adventure commonly cost 150 pesos to 600 pesos.

Dolphins in Ocean Adventure
Considered as one of the most beautiful open water parks in the Philippines, Ocean Adventure features different leisure facilities to everyone. Tourists can enjoy several exciting Subic activities in this place like diving with dolphins. However, in order to try this activity, people should be certified divers to avoid problems. Diving with dolphins in Ocean Adventure lasts for half an hour. In addition, it costs 4,250 pesos, which include entrance fee and rentals of dive gears. A group of four divers gets 15 per cent discount, while members of the water park get 10 per cent discounts. Another exciting Subic activity that tourists and locals can try in Ocean Adventure is swimming with dolphins. To try this exciting and unique activity, they should allot 3,750 pesos, which include admission fee at the water park. In addition, only individuals 8 years old and above can try this activity. Swimming with dolphins in Ocean Adventure lasts for 45 minutes. In this activity, everyone can ride in trained whales and can increase their learning on marine mammals. After the activity, they can take photographs with whales trained at Ocean Adventure.

Le Man's Go-Kart
If you're not a real racer or just a racer by heart but don't exactly have the heart to get on the beaten racer track, then go-carting at Le Man's Go Kart is a good way to feel like a real racer. It's a great way to enjoy the sport without getting your hands dirty so to speak. Filipino go-kart racers from various parts of the country would get together here to race in annual competitions. Le Man's Go Kart is right beside the famous Subic Bicentennial Park, which is just along the Rizal Highway. They're open from 10 am to 7 pm, but you can come a few minutes earlier to be first in line. They have single-seater and two-seater fun carts and they also have racing carts. You can race for 10 laps with rates at P250 to P600 depending on what cart you take.

Subic Extreme Adventure Park
Subic has several theme parks that visitors can enjoy. One these theme parks can be quite a challenge and would test your limits. The Subic Extreme Adventure Park is where you will discover just how far or how high, taking it literally sometimes, you can really go. If you're the type who wants to experience big thrills then try the challenges in this theme park. Moving around is already an adventure since you'll be walking over hanging bridges elevated high up above ravines and tall trees. The toughest challenge, and most exciting one it seems, is what they call 'slide for life'. You'll be wearing a body harness and will climb up 100 feet high in the air up on a platform on a tree. You'll be getting an astounding view of the rainforest from up there - then comes the part where you'll be screaming as you slide down a rope where your harness is attached. The guides may take pictures as you slide down, if that isn't all too embarrassing. Other activities here include tension traversing, high pole jumping, and high ladder climbing.

Jungle Joe's Paintball Course
Jungle Joe's is another theme park in Subic that is worth visiting. And if you're a paintball freak then try their course with your shooting buddies. Scope out their sniper towers, obstacles, foxholes, and a host of barricades to make everything a lot more challenging. The course is set on a two-hectare forest area, which makes combat as life-like as possible.

Triboa Bay Mangrove Park
Those who want to take a break from all the thrilling parks in Subic may want to experience a quiet afternoon at the Triboa Bay Mangrove Park located in the area of the Ilanin Forest. The biological diversity in this park is pretty high where two ecosystems meet. The mangroves, of course, are the highlight of the park.



Shopping Places in Subic Bay

88 MART
Duty Free Shop
Sta Rita Road
Open 10 am to 7 pm (Mon-Wed)
9 am to 8 pm (Thurs-Sun)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-6088/7488
AMERICAN EYEWEAR
Optical Shop
Palm Street
Open 12 nn to 10 pm (daily)
(63-47) 252-7478
AMERICAN HARDWARE
Duty Free Shop
Palm Street
Open 10 am to 7 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-7477
CT MART
24-hour Convenience Store
Binictican Drive
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1249
DFS SPORTS UNLIMITED
Duty Free Shop
Sampson cor. Burgos Street
Open 10 am to 7 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2198
DFS CONVENIENCE STORE
Duty Free Shop
Unit 7 Subic Bay Business Center
Bldg. Q-7932, Manila Avenue
Open 10 am to 7:30 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2198
FOOD & BEVERAGE SUBIC, INC.
Wine and Liquor Shop
Bldg 1143 Rizal cor. Argonaut Highway
Open 10 am to 10 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-5188
FREEPORT EXCHANGE
Duty Free Shop
Bldg. 640, Sampson Road
Open 9 am to 9 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-6411
FORCE GAME STATION
Stall #12, B537-A Main Gate
Cel No:0919-5396902
FOREST HILLS CONVENIENCE STORE
El Kabayo Road
Open 7 am to 11 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1311/1406
BEST AND LESS
B157, Bonifacio Drive, near National Bookstore
Open 10 am to 8 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3724-25
GUESS
Burgos Street, Freeport
Traders Building
Open 9 am to 9 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-2) 813-5663
CT MART
Binictican Housing Area
Open 24 Hours
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1249
LACOSTE BOUTIQUE
Ground Floor, Legenda Hotel
Royal Subic Mall
Open 9 am to 7 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3257/58
MAC'S CONVENIENCE STORE
Argonaut, Kalayaan
Open 8 am to 11 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-7758
MAINGATE DRUG STORE
Asian cuisine
Main Gate Area
(63-47) 252-3283
MEAT PLUS CAFE
Gourmet Food Store
Sampson Road
Open 10 am to 9:00 pm (Mon-Sun)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-6090/7091
MOBILE CONNECTION
Cellular Phones & Accessories MP3 Player (I-pod)
Times Square Cinema
Cor Rizal Hi-Way & Aguinaldo St.
Open 10 am to 7 pm (Mon-Thu)
10 am to 8 pm (Fri-Sat)
MICROSHOP SUBIC
Unit 109-C Bldg. 789 Labitan Street
Open 9 am to 6 pm (Mon-Fri)
9 am to 3 pm (Sat)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3430/3432
NATIONAL BOOKSTORE
Books/Greeting Cards/School & Office Supplies
Bonifacio Drive
Open 10 am to 7 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3608/3609
NIKE OUTLET STORE
Sta. Rita Road corner Rizal Highway
Open 12nn to 9 pm (Tue-Thurs)
Open 10 am to 9 pm (Mon)
Open 10 am to 10 pm (Fri-Sun)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2188
OCEAN TREASURE GIFT & SOUVENIR SHOP
Camayan Wharf, Forest Area
9 am to 6 pm daily
Tel No:(63-47) 252-9000
PUREGOLD DUTY FREE
Palm Street
Tel No:(63-47) 252-5557/5558
ROYAL SUBIC DUTY FREE MALL
Wine and Liquor Shop
Argonaut Highway
Open 10 am to 7 pm (Mon-Thurs)
9 am to 7 pm (Fri-Sun)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3015/6115
SIGNATURE BRANDS & APPAREL
Palm St.,Subic Gateway
Open 10 am to 7 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2225
SAKURA JAPANESE STORE
Japanese Items
Sta. Rita Road cor. Rizal Highway
Open 11 am to 11 pm (daily)
TENDER TOUCH FLOWER & SOUVENIR SHOP
B640, Sampson Road
Central Business District
Open 10 am to 6 pm (daily)
THE OUTLET SHOP
Japanese Items
Sta. Rita Road cor. Rizal Highway
Open 11 am to 11 pm (daily)
VALUE CITY
Duty Free Shop
Main Gate Area
Open 7 am to 6 pm (daily)
Tel No: (63-47) 252-3811/7437


Dining Places in Subic Bay

A TAVOLA
Italian Cuisine
Argonaut Highway, Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open Daily
Tel No:(63-47) 252-6556
ANNE'S KITCHEN
Filipino Cuisine
B607, Sampson Road, Subic Bay Freeoport Zone
Open 6:30 am to 11 pm (daily)
Tel No: (63-47) 252-6568
ARESI'S RESTAURANT & BAR
Pizza Parlor
Country Inn, Waterfront Road,
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 6 am to 12 mn (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2366 / 2367
BARRIO FIESTA
Filipino Cuisine
Waterfront Road,
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 5 am to 10 am (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-6703
BLUE MOUNTAIN CAFE
Spanich & Filipino
Lanzones Street
Binictican Heights
(047) 252-1403
BOARDWALK INN DINING
Filipino Cuisine
Waterfront Road, CBD
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 6:30 am to 11:30 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2893 / 94, 252 3994
BREADTIME BAKESHOP
Cakes & Pastries
Rizal Highway, near Maingate
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 7:00 am to 11:00 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-7401 / 222-4250 / 223-4970
CAFE SUBIC
International cuisine
Ground Floor, Bravo Bldg. SIH
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 24 Hours
Tel No:(63-47) 252-6703 loc. 3001
CAMBUSA ORIENTAL RESTAURANT
Oriental Cuisine
Basin Road, Rizal Highway
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open Daily
Tel No:(63-47) 252-5211
CARACOA ORIENTAL RESTAURANT
Oriental Cuisine
Basin Road, Rizal Highway
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 6:00 am to 11:00 - Fri.
11:00 am to 3:00 pm / 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm - Sat.
11:00 am to 3:00 pm / 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm - Sun
Tel No:(63-47) 252-5211
CHOWKING
Chinese & Filipino fast food
Sampson Rd., CBD
(047) 252-7624
Open 7:30 am to 9 pm (daily)
COCO LIME
Oriental cuisine
Across Times Sq., Rizal Highway CBD
(047) 252-2412 to 13
Open 10 am to 2 pm / 5 pm to 10 pm
DADDY ED'S BAR
Filipino Food
Moonbay Marina, Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 24 Hours (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3169
DEWEY'S DINER
Filipino & American Cuisine
Dewey Avenue, CBD
(047) 252-6270
Open 7 am to 4 am (Mon-Sat)
DFS ASIAN RICE TOPPINGS
Asian Rice ToppingsBeside DFS Duty Freeshop
B332, Burgos Street
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 10:00 am to 8:00 pm (daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-7622 / 6524 / 3719
DUNKIN DONUTS OUTLET
Coffee & Doughnuts
Main Gate Area, CBD
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 7:00 am to 11:00 pm (daily)
(63-47) 252-3638
EXTREMELY EXPRESSO
Pizza Coffee, Pasta & Pastries
Dewey Ave., Cor. Sta Rita Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 8:00 am to 12:00 mn (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3615
FISHCADO
Seafood & Filipino Cuisine
MC12 Waterfront Road
Cor. Mckinley Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 6:00 am to 3:00 pm
5:00 pm to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3189
FOUR SEASONS RESTAURANT
Western Cuisine
Grand Seasons Hotel
Canal Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 24 hours (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1888 loc 1230
FISHERMAN'S GARDEN
Western, Korean, Japanese & Seafood
San Bernardino Road, Lower Cubi
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 24 hours (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1888 loc. 1230
GOLDEN DRAGON RESTAURANT & GOLDEN TEA HOUSE
Chinese Cuisine
Canal Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Restaurant: Open 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (Daily)
Tea House: Open 9:00 am to 11:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2222 loc. 2017
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3189
GERRY'S GRILL
Seafood & Native Dishes
Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open Mon to Thur 11:00 am to 12:00 mn
Fri to Sat 11:00 am to 1:00 am
Sun 10:00 am to 12:00 mn
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2238 / 39
HIGHLAND CAFE
Malaysian & Western Cuisine
Tarlac cor. Sulu Road, Cubi Point
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 7:00 am to 2:00 am (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1888 loc. 7850
GREEN VIEW RESTAURANT
Chinese Cuisine
Subic Bay Golf & Country Club
Binictican Valley Drive
Open 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1588 / 89
HORIZON RESTAURANT
Oriental Cuisine, Filipino & Korean Dish
Moonbay Marina, Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 11:00 am to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2092 / 93
HINOKUNI YAKINUKI HOUSE
Japanese Cuisine
B286 Crown Plaza, Sampson Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 11:00 am to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3144
HUNGRY MARLIN GRILL & RESTAURANT
Oriental Cuisine
1031 Rizal Highway
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 7:00 am to 12:00 mn
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1801
HISIN COFFEE SHOP
American Cuisine
Greenwoods Park, Central Business District
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 7:00 am to 12:00 mn (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3456 loc. 240 / 252-6401
JAPANESE SUSHI BAR
Japanese Cuisine
BQ, 8826 Manila Ave
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 11:00 am to 2:00 am (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-7622 / 6524 / 3719
ILANIN BAY CAFE
Oriental Cuisine
Ocean Adventure Park, Ilanin Forest
Naval Magazine
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Tel No:(63-47) 252-9000
LA SERENA BAR
Snack House / Bar
Malawaan Fishing Area, Argonaut Highway
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 7:00 am to 11:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-2) 820-3392
JOLLIBEE
Fast Food
Rizal Highway, near Maingate
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 7:00 am to 7:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2028
LUTO SA KAWAYAN
Filipino Cuisine
JEST Compound, Aparri St., Upper Cubi
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-9072
Tel No:(63-2) 820-3392
LE CAFE
Chinese & Western Cuisine
SLRC, Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 24 hours
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1888 loc. 1140
MEAT PLUS CAFE
American Cuisine
Sampson Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 10:00 am to 9:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-7091 / 6090 / 6496
MAGELLAN'S LANDING
Nautical Pub and Restaurant
Lot 14 Argonaut Highway
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 24 hours
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1843 / 1845
MONTAGUE CAFE RESTO
International Cuisine
Time Square Plaza, Sta Rita Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 8:00 am to 12:00 mn (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1406 / 1407
MONGKOK DIMSUM & NOODLES
Chinese Cuisine
Sampson Road, Central Business District
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 11:00 am to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-6555 / 6558
MAGIC LAGOON
Grilled, Seafood & Filipino Dishes
Rizal Highway (Bicentennial Park)
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 10:00 am to 12:00 mn (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1475
MUSEUM RESTAURANT
Chinese Cuisine
SLRC, Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 11:00 am to 11:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1888 loc. 1144
NICCO'S RESTAURANT AT SEORABEOL
International Cuisine
Moonbay Marina, Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 24 hours(Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2765
MY HOME SIOPAO
Chinese Cuisine & Vegetarian Food
Main Gate Area
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 10:00 am to 2:30 pm
5:00 pm to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1888 loc. 1140
PANCAKE HOUSE
American Cuisine
Dewey Avenue, CBD
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 8:00 am to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-6588 / 6555
PACIFIC GRILL BAR & RESTAURANT
International Cuisine
B286, Crown Plaza, Sampson Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 10:00 am to 12:00 mn (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3103
PIER ONE BAR & RESTO
Filipino Cuisine
Waterfront Road, Central Business District
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 10:00 am to 2:00 am (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-5970 / 1346
PIDELI CAFE
Filipino Cuisine
Manila Avenue
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 6:00 am to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3818
PROVIDORE DELI CAFE
Cakes, Pastries & Sandwiches(for members only)
Basin Road, Rizal Highway
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open Weekdays: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Weekends: 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
Tel No:(63-47) 252-5211
PISTA SA BARRIO
Filipino Cuisine
Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 6:00 am to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3187
RAMA MAHAL
Indian Cuisine
Crown Plaza, Sampson Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 10:00 am to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3663
RACE ROCK SPORTS BAR
International Cuisine
Boton Area, Argonaut Highway
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 12:00 mn to 4:00 am (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1996 / 1992
SBFZ CANTEEN & CATERING SERVICES
Filipino Cuisine
Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 8:00 am to 8:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-6544
SAKURA JAPANESE RESTAURANT
Japanese Cuisine
Sta Rita Road, corner Rizal Highway
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 11:00 am to 11:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2666
SEAFRONT RESTAURANT
International Cuisine
Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 7:00 am to 11:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2222 loc. 2003
SCUBA SHACK
American/Filipino Cuisine
Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 8:00 am to 12:00 mn (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3005
SPANISH GATE RESTO
Japanese Cuisine & Wines
Sampson Road, Central Business District
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 11:00 am to 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3736
SEATTLE'S BEST
Coffee & Sandwiches
Waterfront Road, Central Business District
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open Weekdays: 8:00 am to 11:00 pm
Weekends: 7:00 am to 1:00 am
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3023
SPORTS BAR
Canteen / Bar
Remy Field Compound
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 6:30 am to 1:00 am (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2884 / 2885
SIBIL BAR & RESTO
Filipino Cuisine
Waterfront Road, Central Business District
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 7:00 am to 11:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-1488
SUBIC KOREAN RESTAURANT
Korean Cuisine
Rizal Highway, Central Business District
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 10:00 am to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3422
SUBIC FIESTA
Filipino Cuisine
In front of Bravo Bldg., Sta Rita Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Operation: Seasonal
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2222
TABBY'S BAR
Cocktails & Appetizers
Dewey Avenue cor. Sta Rita Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 6:00 am to 3:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3615
SANGOSYO
Hawaiian & Japanese Food
Blk. 1 Moonbay Marina, Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 7:30 am to 3:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-8199 / 2666
TERRACE CAFE
International Cuisines
Delta Building., Central Business District
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 6:00 am to 10:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-2222
TONG KYUNG AM
Korean, Japanese Filipino & American Food
Bayfront Hotel, Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open Weekdays: 8:00 am to 11:00 pm
Weekends: 6:30 am to 12:00 mn
Tel No:(63-47) 252-3615
WIMPY'S FOOD PLAZA
Filipino Cuisine
Rizal Highway near Main Gate
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 8:00 am to 12:00 mn (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-7401
VILLA RESTAURANT
Chinese Cuisine
Located at Subic Diamond Casino, Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 11:00 am to 11:00 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-0888

YELLOW CAB PIZZA
Pizza Parlor
Dewey Avenue, Central Business District
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Open 10:00 am to 11:45 pm (Daily)
Tel No:(63-47) 252-9999