|Location||Zip Code||Area Code|
|Central Luzon State University||3120||44|
|Gen. M. Natividad||3125||44|
|San Jose City||3121||44|
About Nueva Ecija
Known as the Rice Bowl of the Philippines, Nueva Ecija is a province found in Central Luzon and is landlocked, with no coastline. History is found in this province’s surroundings as significant events have played out in this province during the Spanish, American, and Japanese Occupation. It was one of the eight provinces that contributed to the Philippine Revolution.
When in this province, travelers mark their maps for the Gross Ostrich Farm, Bahay Sideco, the heritage houses, and the Gabaldon Falls. Tourists then take a break by eating Cabanatuan’s batotay longganisa. The Cheese Cashew Macapuno Ice Cream and Edna’s Cakeland’s Ensaymada is a treat enjoyed.
Elito Circa, an internationally celebrated folk artist, Damiana Eugenio, the Mother of Philippine Folklore, and Eduardo Joson, a captain of Squadron 213, the guerilla fighters during the Japanese Occupation, have stayed in Nueva Ecija.
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