Local Guide

Zambales


Know more about the Province


Zambales is a province in the Philippines located in the Central Luzon region. It boasts of an untainted forest landscape, the Sierra Madre mountain range, communities that practice living traditions and 107 miles of pure beach. Plus a whole bunch of cool islands and shoals for day trips and quiet camping trips. You can hike, swim and surf in Zambales.

Quick Facts

Language

Tagalog,Zambal,Ilocano; English is widely spoken

Time Zone

GMT +8 hours

Measures

Metric System

Voltage

220 / 250 volts

Plug Type



Visas

Most foreign visitors do not need visas for stays of less than 30 days. Three-month visas can be obtained in advance and cost around USD 35.

Tax

A 12% VAT tax applies to all food, shopping and hotel purchases in the Philippines. In addition, a ___% local government tax applies to purchases in the City of Zambales.
Local government taxes vary per city.

Tipping

A service charge of 10% is usually added to hotel and restaurant bills. If not, a 10% tip is appropriate for waiters.

Dress

A lightweight t-shirt and shorts or jeans are appropriate for daily wear. Light jackets or windbreakers are good to have during rain storms or on occasional cool period.
For formal occasions, men wear coat and tie or a traditional Barong Tagalog, tailored slacks and leather shoes. Women often wear cocktail dresses with a light shawl.

Attractions
Churches
Water Spring
Market

Phone

(63 2) 310 9291

Fax

(63 2) 527 5545

Email

info@potipotgateway.com

Location

Sinabacan, Candelaria, Zambales, Philippines

Check-in/Check-out

Check-in: 2 pm
Check-out: 12 noon

Payments

We accept the following cards:



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