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Nueva Ecija Travel: Visiting Minalungao National Park, Tasting Batutay and More

Nueva Ecija is the last place for anyone to have any sense of trepidation about life. For decades, most tourists in Metro Manila had to beat the odds in far-flung areas of the Philippines just to experience the remote beauty of nature and the satisfaction of unique delicacies.

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The Harvest Hotel

Originated from the term “Kaban ng Tuwa” meaning a cavan of happiness, there is now something to add to your Cavan of Joy, it’s called The Harvest Hotel.

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Blog Anniversary Special: #EmilxFrances Nueva Ecija Wedding

I have written several wedding blogs before but this is the first time that I’ll be featuring a wedding that was held in my home province. This one’s close to my heart because the couple involved reminds me so much of my high school crazy memories given that both of them are my former class/schoolmates.

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Lenten Break Escape

This Holy week break nurture your body and soul to a relaxing and pleasant stay at Harvest Hotel in Cabanatuan City. Until March 27, avail of its Holy Week special promo of Php2,200 NET for an overnight accommodation in a Standard Room inclusive of full buffet breakfast for two persons at the Cafe Ecija. You can enjoy same rate for its Weekend Promo every Saturday and Sunday.

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A Gastronomical Adventure in Nueva Ecija: A ‘Biyahe Ni Drew’ itinerary

Given that Cabanatuan City is also affectionately called as the Longganisa Capital of the Philippines, you can never go wrong with ordering longganisa meals in this city.

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Travelogues by Matet Garcia-Reyes

I was born and raised in Nueva Ecija. My dad is from Cabanatuan, and my mom is from the quiet town of San Antonio where I grew up and studied until high school.

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Bountiful pleasures at Harvest Hotel

For this first-time Harvest Hotel visitor, the place evokes a very welcoming atmosphere and genuine Filipino hospitality. Upon arrival, hotel staff will treat you like a “special guest” and not just as any ordinary customer. You are thus assured of a fun and unforgettable stay because they will take care of all your needs.

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The Harvest Hotel Cabanatuan: Modern, Chic, and Sleek

When things become really difficult, I kick the normal weekend routine and spend some quality time somewhere else, a place outside the metro but would not deprive me from the basic stuff such as the internet, a good place to eat, and a private place to relax and think over my decisions.

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Weekend Escape: Harvest Hotel in Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija

Summer vacation may be over for some, but that doesn't mean you can't make an excuse to go on a weekend getaway—it's a good way to destress and explore different parts of the country. Admit it, when you plan a weekend getaway, you think: Baguio, or Subic, or Tagaytay. Probably because they're so accessible and are tried-and-tested vacation spots.

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Harvest Hotel: Your second home in Cabanatuan City

At Harvest Hotel, it feels like going back to your second home. You are specially treated to a welcome cake upon arrival, being greeted by courteous staff, and there’s always readiness of the room for you to have a pleasant and relaxing stay.

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Reasons Why Harvest Hotel is Your Home in Cabanatuan City

When you’re away from home, you tend to look for something which can lift that homesickness. 4-star hotel Harvest Hotel definitely gave me a home away from home during my three-day stay at their lovely place. Curious to know what’s in store for you at Harvest Hotel and why it made When In Manila’s Highly Recommended Hotels Near Manila?

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Beat the Summer Heat: 7 Recommended Hotels and Resorts Near Metro Manila

The Harvest Hotel is the first full service property in the largest city of Nueva Ecija. The 83-room establishment has modern and spacious rooms and offers recreational activities such as massage.

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Where is Cabanatuan City?

"Whether you are visiting Cabanatuan City and its surrounding towns or taking a break from a long drive going to nearby provinces such as Baler in Aurora, Tarlac or Bulacan, Cabanatuan is your perfect pit stop. Getting to Cabanatuan is easy either via public or private transportation."

From Manila, Cabanatuan City is 3 to 4 hours by bus. Several bus companies dispatch buses every 15-30 minutes (24/7) to the city, from their various stations around Metro Manila (Avenida, Cubao, Caloocan/Grace Park, Divisoria, Pasay, Trinoma) ES Transport Five Star Bus Co., Genesis Transport Services Bus and Baliwag Transit, Inc.

If you are coming from Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Clark Field, Pampanga, instead of taking a bus from Manila, you may take Genesis Transport Services Bus in San Fernando, Pampanga. By private transportation, when you go to NLEX, you should take the Sta. Rita Exit. It is around 20 kilometers upon entering the NLEX-Balintawak highway. From there, go straight to Plaridel town, around 5 kilometers. It’s just a straight drive towards the North and you will be passing by the towns of Baliuag, Nadaan, San Ildefonso, Gapan, Sta Rosa and finally Cabanatuan City.