Kick, Click, and Flick at Subic, Olongapo, Zambales (Part 2/4 of Subic & Clark’s Adventure)

Exploring Olongapo City

After a sumptuous lunch at mini stop shop, we headed for a walking tour of the city. To our surprise, we found out that on that same day SM Olongapo city will be launching it’s grand opening. curious, we got inside to see what’s in store for us.

After a little bit of shopping, sight seeing, and picture taking (did i mention that Shamcey Supsup was there?), we continued on our backpacking tour.

Below is a summary of our Olongapo tour.

Check in at the Coffee Shop Hotel and Restaurant, Subic Bay Metropolitan area.

Highly recommended for travelers alike looking for a clean, comfortable, and affordable place to stay with the beach just across it.

 Sunset at Driftwood Beach

Just cross the street from the coffee shop hotel and you’ll see the beach.

Balot sa dagat

Wondering how balot tastes here at Subic, we decided to take a sip of its delicious sabaw. yum!

Dinner at Andok’s cHicken house, Subic, Zambales

Trekking along Subic Bay Freeport Zone

The next morning, we started our day early with a walking tour at Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

Previous Post: Backpackers Budget Guide on Going to Subic 

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5 thoughts on “Kick, Click, and Flick at Subic, Olongapo, Zambales (Part 2/4 of Subic & Clark’s Adventure)

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  4. hi there, magkakalapit ba yang mga nasa pictures, like yung driftwood beach sa mga napuntahan nyong spots – we will be in subic kasi by feb 24 ng hapon until feb 25 lang ng umaga – side trip from baguio — any suggestions for accommodation na di mahal at mga spots na magkakalapit lang para di masyado time consuming — salamat – we really enjoyed reading your blog and it is a great help in making our itinerary

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