Cabanatuan, officially the City of Cabanatuan, (Tagalog: Lungsod ng
Cabanatuan; Ilokano: Siudad ti Cabanatuan; Kapampangan: Lakanbalen
ning Cabanatuan; Pangasinan: Siyudad na Cabanatuan; also known as
Cabsy), or simply
Cabanatuan City is a 1st class city in the province
of Nueva Ecija, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a
population of 302,231 people, making it the most populous city in
Nueva Ecija and the 5th populous in Central Luzon.
The city is popular for being home to more than 30,000 tricycles, thus
priding itself as the "Tricycle Capital of the Philippines" and its
strategic location along the Cagayan Valley Road has made the city a
major economic, educational, medical, entertainment shopping and
transportation center in
Nueva Ecija and nearby provinces in the
region such as Aurora and Bulacan. It has also earned the moniker
"Gateway to the North".
Cabanatuan remained as Nueva Ecija's capital until 1965 when the
government created nearby
Palayan City as the new provincial capital.
Nueva Ecija's old capitol and other government offices are still used
and maintained by the provincial administration.
1.1 Conversion from town, component city to highly urbanized city
4.1 Real estate
4.2 Shopping centers
4.3 Hotels and restaurants
7.1 Universities and colleges
7.2 Catholic seminary
8 Health services
9 Sister cities
10 Notable people from Cabanatuan
Marker of Gen. Antonio Luna's Death Place
Cabanatuan was founded as a Barrio of
Gapan in 1750 and became a
Municipality and capital of La Provincia de
Nueva Ecija in 1780.
Cabanatuan is the site of the historical "Plaza Lucero" and the
Cabanatuan Cathedral, where General
Antonio Luna was assassinated by
Captain Pedro Janolino and members of the kawit battalion. Cabanatuan
lost the title of provincial capital in 1850 when the capital of Nueva
Ecija was moved to San Isidro, another historic town. It was only in
1917, when the Administrative code was enacted, that
restored as capital of the Province. However, in 1965, Congress
Palayan City, which has been the capital ever since.
Map of the routes taken by the US Rangers in their Raid at Cabanatuan
During World War II, the occupying Japanese built
Camp, where many American soldiers were imprisoned, some of whom had
been forced to endure the infamous
Bataan Death March. In January
1945, elements of the U.S. Army
6th Ranger Battalion
6th Ranger Battalion marched 30 miles
(48 km) behind enemy lines to rescue the prisoners in what became
known as the Raid at Cabanatuan. As a result of the raid on January
30, 1945, victorious Filipino guerrillas and American troops of the
6th Ranger Battalion
6th Ranger Battalion celebrated having obtained the freedom
of 500 American POWs. Soon thereafter, Philippine and American forces
re-established the presence of military general headquarters and
military camp bases of the Philippine Commonwealth Army, Philippine
Constabulary 2nd Constabulary Regiment, and the United States Army in
Cabanatuan from February 1, 1945 to June 30, 1946 during the Allied
Liberation. Before long, the combined Philippine Commonwealth and
American armed forces, in cooperation with local guerrilla resistance
fighters and Hukbalahap Communist guerrillas, had
Central Luzon from Japanese Imperial forces, a campaign that
lasted from January until August 1945.
In 1957, the barrios of Mataas na Kahoy, Balangkare Norte, Balangkare
Sur, Sapang Kawayan, Magasawang Sampaloc, Talabutab Norte, Talabutab
Sur, Platero, Belen, Pecaleon, Piñahan, Kabulihan, Pasong-Hari,
Balaring, Pulong Singkamas, Panaksak, Bravo, Sapang Bato, Burol,
Miller, Tila Patio, Pula, Carinay, and Acacia were separated from
Cabanatuan and constituted into a separate and independent
municipality known as General Mamerto Natividad.
Cabanatuan was the epicenter of a very strong earthquake at roughly 3
P.M. on July 16, 1990. It leveled some buildings, including the
Christian College of the
Philippines (Liwag Colleges) in the midst of
class time. At 7.8 on the surface wave magnitude scale, it killed
Conversion from town, component city to highly urbanized city
Cabanatuan became a city by virtue of
Republic Act No. 526, approved
on June 16, 1950. In 1998,
Cabanatuan was declared by
Fidel V. Ramos
Fidel V. Ramos as a highly urbanized city however it
failed ratification after the majority of votes in the plebiscite was
Cabanatuan was declared as highly urbanized city by President Benigno
S. Aquino III under Presidential Proclamation No. 418 on July 14,
2012. A plebiscite scheduled on December 2012 was moved by the
Commission on Elections to January 25, 2014 so as not to burden the
poll body during its preparation for the 2013 local elections in the
province. Incumbent Governor Aurelio Matias Umali, who had a strong
voter base in the city, opposed the conversion and submitted a
petition to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court issued a temporary
restraining order on January 24, 2014. On April 23, 2014, voting
9-5-1, the Supreme Court granted a petition for certiorari filed by
Nueva Ecija Gov. Aurelio Umali and declared as null and void Comelec
Minute Resolution No. 12-0797 dated September 11, 2012 and Minute
Resolution No. 12-0925 dated October 16, 2012 setting a date for the
conduct of a plebiscite in which only registered voters of Cabanatuan
would be allowed to vote. The province-wide plebiscite was
rescheduled for November 8, 2014, but cancelled again because the
Cabanatuan City government couldn't provide the funds needed for the
plebiscite. No new date has been set until city government certifies
that ₱101 million is available for the holding of the
Cabanatuan City is located in the rolling central plains of Luzon
drained by the
Pampanga River. The city is seated 14 kilometres
(8.7 mi) southwest of the provincial capital
Palayan City and 120
kilometres (75 mi) north of Manila. The geographic coordinates of
Cabanatuan City are 15° 29' 22 N, 120° 58' 14 E.
Cabanatuan has a tropical wet and dry climate (Köppen climate
classification: Aw), with year-round warm weather and distinct dry and
wet seasons. It is touted as one of the hottest cities in the country;
in the summer season of 2011
Cabanatuan reached its hottest
temperature at 39.8 °C, also the hottest in the
that same year, and on June 4, 2015 PAGASA reported 53 °C
RealFeel on the city which is the hottest yet recorded.
Climate data for Cabanatuan
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Cabanatuan City is administratively subdivided into 89 barangays.
Aduas Centro (Aduas)
Barrera District (Poblacion)
Bernardo District (Poblacion)
Bonifacio District (Poblacion)
Campo Tinio (Camp Tinio)
City Supermarket/Bayan (Poblacion)
Dionisio S. Garcia
General Luna (Poblacion)
Hermogenes C. Concepcion, Sr.
Kapitan Pepe Subdivision (Poblacion)
M. S. Garcia
Padre Burgos (Poblacion)
Quezon District (Poblacion)
San Josef Norte
San Josef Sur
San Juan Accfa (San Juan Poblacion)
San Roque Norte
San Roque Sur
Vijandre District (Poblacion)
Villa Ofelia Subdivision (Villa Ofelia-Caridad)
Zulueta District (Poblacion)
Population census of Cabanatuan
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority
Roman Catholicism has been the predominant religion in the city, being
host to a major cathedral - the St. Nicholas of Tolentine Cathedral
which serves as the seat of the bishop of the Diocese of Cabanatuan.
There are three major Catholic structures located within the city,
these are the Mother of Perpetual
Help Parish, the Carmelite Sisters
Convent and the Maria Assumpta Seminary. Local chapels/parishes are
also present in most barangays.
Iglesia ni Cristo
Iglesia ni Cristo also maintains a sizable presence in
its large house of worship in Brgy. Zulueta with a 5,000 persons
seating inside. Jesus Miracle Crusade International Ministry (acronym
as JMCIM) is an Apostolic Pentecostal religious group in the
Philippines which believes particularly in the promotion of miracles
and faith in God for healing. Jesus is Lord Church (JIL Church) is
located at circumferential road.
The United Methodist Church also has many local churches with large
number of congregations within the city. The United Methodist Church
owns the Wesleyan University
Philippines and the WUP-CMC Hospital.
Other Christian denominations also exist.
Islamic faith also has a presence in Cabanatuan, specifically
within the districts of Imelda and Isla. Two large mosques exist in
the city, with the largest located at Imelda District.
Maharlika Highway junction
Cabanatuan is the economic heart of Nueva Ecija. More than 640,000
people live in its metropolitan area comprising the city and its
adjacent municipalities. As a hub, many people in
Nueva Ecija commute
to the city during the day. This causes the city's daytime population
to swell to about a million. Although
Cabanatuan does not have
significant manufacturing industries, its dynamic service sector
together with the thriving agriculture drives the economy forward.
The city is a vital financial center housing a good number of banks,
non-bank financial institutions and headquarters of some of the
largest rural banks in Central Luzon. The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
(BSP) maintains a branch in the city that performs cash operations and
cash administration. Approximately 39 billion pesos in deposit
liabilities is kept in the city's 62 banks as of June 2017. This
amount constitutes more than half of the province's deposits. In terms
of banking convenience, the city ranks as one of the most livable in
the country together with
Cabanatuan Electric Corporation (CELCOR) generate electric power and
distribute electricity to the
Cabanatuan City. CELCOR main offices are
located at Maharlika Highway,
Collection offices are strategically located at CELCOR's Commercial
Building in Burgos Avenue,
Cabanatuan City and at the CELCOR's
Commercial Building in Burgos Avenue,
Cabanatuan City and at the Main
Office in Bitas. First
Cabanatuan Ventures Corp. (FCVC) 12.8 Megawatts
Power Plant and First
Cabanatuan Renewable Ventures Inc. (FCRV) 10.6
Megawatts Solar Power Plant to generate electric power to Cabanatuan
Globe Telecom, Smart Communications and Sun Cellular also have their
business offices located in the city. The Philippine Long Distance
Telephone Company (PLDT) have their business office at General Tinio
St., while Digitel is in Mabini Extension. TV and Radio Stations are
also present in the city.
The motor vehicle industry is a notable part of the city economy.
Popular global automotive companies has established dealerships in the
city's metropolitan area. Existing car/truck dealerships include
Cabanatuan Inc. being the 604th largest Philippine
corporation), Mitsubishi, Kia, Isuzu, Mazda, Ford, Nissan,
Peugeot, Hyundai, Suzuki, and Mahindra, all in Cabanatuan; Foton and
Honda in Santa Rosa town;
Chevrolet and Hino in San Leonardo town.
Motorcycle dealerships are common like in most Philippine mid-sized
The city is also a distribution and logistics center for goods and
commodities; a number of distribution warehouses and sales offices of
various companies serve the whole of
Nueva Ecija and parts of
neighboring provinces. The NFA warehouses in the city play an
important role in regulating Nueva Ecija's burgeoning rice industry.
The city acts as a trading place or bagsakan of agricultural produce
from the surrounding farming communities.
Cabanatuan LGU (2003-2015)
Indicators reflect Cabanatuan's economic achievements in the past few
years. Annual business registrations in the city grew 31.7% last
2015 while locally sourced taxes grew 14.81% annually in the five
years to 2015. Residential buildings and subdivisions, numbering
more than a hundred, are taking up lands on the fringes of the
The presence of big land developers such as Sta. Lucia Realty, Vista
Ayala Land ensures competition and quality in the new
suburban homes. New commercial buildings are springing up in the CBD
Maharlika Highway on the average of seventy-five per year.
Cabanatuan nowadays is gradually becoming a major investment hub and
is considered as one of the most competitive cities for doing business
in the country. Investors in banking, real estate, retail and other
business and industrial enterprises are similarly drawn to the city
because of its adequate infrastructure and investor support services.
Its continuing urbanization is also luring investors into its suburban
municipalities as well.
To further explore its economic potentials,
Cabanatuan is seeking to
have a share of the IT-BPO boom. The first call center in Nueva Ecija
was successfully established in the city in 2008. The city government
is providing prospective investors fast business applications
processing, low business taxes, and other incentives to attract
In 2015, the city's total assets amounted to PHP 3.719 billion and the
total income reached PHP 1.696 billion,.
Many Novo Ecijanos choose to resettle in
Cabanatuan for proximity to
job and other necessities. With the influx of people, residential
developments followed and now more than a hundred subdivisions for A
to D markets decimate the city.
Large-scale residential developments are present, such as Lakewood
City and Avida Sta. Arcadia Estates. Sta. Lucia Realty's Lakewood City
is a medium to high-end project encompassing more than 170 hectares.
Its centerpiece is a 64-hectare championship golf course, one of the
largest in Central Luzon.
Ayala Land's 87-hectare Avida Sta. Arcadia Estates is master planned
to become a mixed-use development that will include the Avida Sta.
Arcadia Residences, Avida Settings, and Avida Town Center.
Also included in the roster of large residential districts are the
Kapitan Pepe Subdivision, Grand Victoria Estates, and Acropolis North
by Sta. Lucia Realty.
Ayala Land currently has five residential subdivisions while Vista
Land has three and Sta. Lucia Realty, three.
Recently, there is active development of residential subdivisions in
Sta. Arcadia, Bangad and the stretch of NE-Aurora Road.
Prime lands in
Cabanatuan are becoming pricier as demand for
residential land props up with the entry of more Manila- and
Cebu-based land developers.
Established players are being challenged by newcomers like Robinsons
Land, SMDC, Filinvest and AboitizLand. SMDC's first horizontal housing
development is currently under construction on a 25-hectare lot in
Brgy. Sta. Arcadia.
Robinsons Townville Cabanatuan
SM Megacenter, Cabanatuan
Cabanatuan is currently home to six shopping malls: NE Mall, the
city's pioneer mall; NE Pacific Mall, the first full-service mall in
Central Luzon; Robinsons Townville Cabanatuan, a three-storey mall
located beside NE Pacific; SM Megacenter Cabanatuan; Waltermart
Cabanatuan and SM City Cabanatuan, a regional SM mall.
SM City Cabanatuan is the city's second SM supermall and the largest
shopping mall in North and
Central Luzon with a gross floor area (GFA)
measured at 154,020 sqm. This destination mall is furnished with
unique features like a garden park, a roof park, and the first ever SM
Large Screen Cinema in the country.
Other shopping centers include Savemore supermarkets, Puregold, a
chain of NE supermarkets, and many small department stores.
S&R Membership Shopping is an upcoming shopping destination which
is currently under construction. It will be integrated with the nearby
NE Pacific Mall
NE Pacific Mall and Robinsons Townville
Cabanatuan to possibly
constitute a sprawling shopping district.
Vista Land & Lifescapes engaged in the operation of shopping malls
proposed plan to build
Cabanatuan on an open area infront
of Camella Cabanatuan.
Robinsons Land has lined up a future mall development in Cabanatuan.
It has acquired the land of which the old provincial hall is standing.
It will be the second Robinsons mall in the city.
Hotels and restaurants
To date, there are 35 prominent hotels/motels/apartelles/inns,
numerous resorts, and restaurants / fast-food outlets/nightclubs/disco
Cabanatuan City Central Terminal
Cabanatuan City Central Terminal
The city is a major hub of transportation services in Central Luzon.
Cabanatuan City has a large number of bus companies operating
provincial and regional routes, with the
Cabanatuan Central Transport
Terminal serving as the terminus. Jeepney operators serve routes
within the province with some reaching as far to Dingalan, Baler and
Dilasag in Aurora,
Olongapo City, San Fernando and Dau in Pampanga,
Mariveles and Balanga in Bataan,
Baguio City in Benguet,
Tarlac City. Much of the city's population rely on public
transportation such as tricycles and jeeps to get around the city.
Maharlika Highway (or Pan-Philippine Highway) is the main highway
traversing the city where most vehicles going to Cagayan Valley pass
Nueva Ecija - Aurora Road links
Cabanatuan to Baler, Aurora,
passing through rural towns in eastern Nueva Ecija. Burgos Avenue and
Del Pilar Street serve as the city's main thoroughfare inside the
downtown area. Other major roads include the General Tinio and Rizal
Streets which run through the city proper in an east-west direction;
Mabini Street, where two of the city's three universities are situated
and the Circumferential Road that connects the downtown area to the
Kapitan Pepe residential district. Two bypass roads were constructed
during the early 2000s to decongest the
Maharlika Highway and to spur
new developments outside the downtown area. The 10.3-kilometer Felipe
Vergara Highway provides a direct route to Cagayan Valley, while
Emilio Vergara Highway links Santa Rosa to
Nueva Ecija - Aurora Road,
avoiding traffic bottleneck along Maharlika Highway.
Cabanatuan was served by the
Manila Railroad Company way back in the
1900s through the Balagtas -
Cabanatuan line and was later abandoned
after the war when scavengers have looted pieces of the rail tracks.
Rail service was later resumed in 1969 after the rehabilitation of the
rail tracks as mandated by a government order, the service was again
abandoned in the 1980s when the route didn't fare much to the
commuters. The old
Cabanatuan Railway Station is located at Barangay
General Luna and is converted to a day care center with the original
Infrastructure improvements are ongoing with projects done by
administration. All key intersections in the city are already
signalized. Bicycle and tricycle lanes are currently being built while
road widening of the
Maharlika Highway from the present four lanes to
eight lanes is on the drawing board. Road widening of all city and
arterial roads from one/two-lane highway to three-lane highway is also
Two proposed expressways will pass through
Cabanatuan City if built.
These are the
North Luzon East Expressway
North Luzon East Expressway (
Quezon City to Cabanatuan)
Central Luzon Link Expressway (SCTEx-
TPLEx to San Jose City).
Intercity/interprovincial buses from
Manila serve the city, and are
usually operated by Baliwag Transit, Inc., Five Star, Victory Liner,
Genesis Transport Service Inc., GV Florida Transport, and Pangasinan
Solid North. Jeepneys provide
Antonio Luna Monument
Historical sites found in the city include:
Cabanatuan Railroad Station in
Barangay General Luna, built in the
early 1927 as the terminus of the now abandoned Balagtas-Cabanatuan
line. The building has since been converted into a barangay civic
center and day care center, with the original structure preserved.
Camp Pangatian (Prisoner of War Memorial Shrine)(Now Cabanatuan
American Memorial), began as a military training camp for twenty years
until converted into a concentration camp for allied prisoners of war
during the Japanese occupation. A popular tourist destination among
war veterans by way of the WWII Veteran's Homecoming Program. Camp
Pangatian's liberation of World War II American prisoners of war held
by the Japanese forces in January 1945 was the most successful rescue
operation ever executed by the American military aided by the Filipino
guerillas who were fighting the invaders. That tactical operation was
immortalized in the movie The Great Raid.
Freedom Park is a provincial park located in front of the Old
Provincial Capitol of Nueva Ecija, civic spaces as well as various
monuments and memorials can be found inside the park which includes a
monument dedicated to General
Antonio Luna who was assassinated in the
nearby Cathedral of San Nicolas de Tolentino.
Antonio Luna Statue and Marker in Plaza Lucero, a statue of
Philippine hero General
Antonio Luna astride a horse stands at the
plaza in front of the cathedral on the exact spot where the brave
general was assassinated in 1899 in the city that adopted him
Old Provincial Capitol of
Nueva Ecija located along Burgos Avenue, the
old provincial capitol was designed by prominent American architect
William E. Parsons who also designed government buildings in Manila,
Cebu and Laguna during the American Colonial Period. The old edifice
has since been renovated and expanded.
Festivals and celebrations:
Banatu Festival celebrates its founding anniversary as a chartered
city. From its humble beginning in 2015, "Banatu Festival" aims to
showcase the history, culture, talent, beauty and craftsmanship of
Longganisa Festival one of activities in "Banatu Festival" and is held
in the vicinity of the public market along Paco Roman Street. Apart
from the local meat traders and costumers, tourists from nearby town
are also joining the celebration. Highlights of this festival are the
cooking contests and the different preparations for longanisa (native
sausage like "batutay", "longanisang bawang" and "longanisang
matamis"), including spaghetti and “binagoongan”.
Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology
College of the Immaculate Conception
Good Samaritan Colleges
Manuel V. Gallego Foundation Colleges, Inc
Cabanatuan is the one of the region's educational center being home to
more than 40 higher education institutions, 1 science high school,
more than 50 public and private high schools, and more than 100 public
and private primary schools. Most of the students of the province go
Cabanatuan to study and build their career in the city.
Universities and colleges
ABE International College
Acatech Aviation College
AMA Computer College
Asian College of Science and Technology
Asian Institute of Computer Studies (AICS)
Asian Institute of E-commerce (AIE)Cabanatuan
Araullo University (Main Campus)
College for Research & Technology
College of the Immaculate Conception
Datamex Institute of Computer Technology -
Dr. Gloria Lacson Foundation Colleges
Eduardo L. Joson Memorial College (School of Scholars)
First Asian International Systems College
Good Samaritan Colleges
Interface Computer College (closed)
La Fortuna College
Midway Maritime Foundation
M.V. Gallego Foundation Colleges
Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology Sumacab (Main Campus)
Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology – General Tinio
North Central Academy for Culinary Arts
Our Lady of Fatima University
Our Lady of Fatima University (
Nueva Ecija Colleges)
Philippine Statesman College
Provincial Manpower Training Center
St. Augustine Foundation College
St. John Regis Health Care Institute Inc.
Skill Power Institute
Wesleyan University (Philippines)
Maria Assumpta Seminary
Many hospitals and clinics can be found in the city, most are private
and with modern facilities which made
Cabanatuan City the center for
medical operations and research in the province. Most residents of the
province go to
Cabanatuan for their check ups and appointments in
hospitals and clinics within the city.
Nueva Ecija Doctors' Hospital
List of Hospitals: (3) Public and (5) Private
Dr. Paulino J. Garcia Memorial Research and Medical Center
Eduardo L. Joson Memorial Hospital (
Nueva Ecija Provincial Hospital)
M. V. Gallego
Cabanatuan City General Hospital
Immaculate Concepcion Medical Center of Central Luzon
Nueva Ecija Doctors' Hospital
Nueva Ecija Good Samaritan General Hospital
Premiere Medical Center
Wesleyan University General Hospital and Cardiovascular Center
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Baguio City, Benguet
Taguig City, Metro Manila
Davao City, Davao del Sur
Cebu City, Cebu
Manila, Metro Manila
San Fernando, Pampanga
Gapan City, Nueva Ecija
Notable people from Cabanatuan
Ameurfina Melencio-Herrera, Filipino lawyer and jurist who served as
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the
Philippines from 1979 to
1992. Herrera is a granddaughter of Emilio Aguinaldo.
Willie Revillame, television host, actor, comedian and a recording
artist grew up in Cabanatuan.
Vic Sotto, Multi-awarded Filipino actor, television host, comedian.
Cristy Fermin, showbiz reporter, talk show host, and journalist.
Paolo Ballesteros, Filipino actor, TV host and model.He is also a
mainstay host of Eat Bulaga
Nestor de Villa, Filipino actor frequently cast in musical films. He
was a gifted dancer, often paired with frequent on-screen partner Nida
Blanca in both movies and television. His dancing talent led some
people to call him the "Fred Astaire of the Philippines"
Heber Bartolome, Filipino folk and folk rock singer, songwriter,
composer, poet, guitarist, bandurria player, bluesman, and painter.
Kathryn Bernardo, Filipina actress, singer and dancer.She is best
known for her role as Mara in the primetime Filipino drama, Mara
Ruel S. Bayani, Filipino film and television director, writer,
producer,who is best known for directing movies like One More Try, and
No Other Woman
No Other Woman and co-directing television shows like Budoy, Kokey,
Mula Sa Puso.
Andrea Torres, Filipina actress, television host, dancer and
John Paul Lizardo, also known as Japoy Lizardo, is a Filipino
taekwondo Asian Games bronze medalist, actor and commercial model.
Yen Santos, filipina actress and dancer. Part of ABS-CBN's Star Magic.
Has appeared in Growing Up, teleserye Pure Love and current teleserye
Samboy de Leon, Filipino professional basketball player who last
played for the Star Hotshots of the Philippine Basketball Association
(PBA). National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and
Universities (NAASCU), where he was awarded the league MVP in 2014
played for CEU Scorpions.
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