Subic, officially the Municipality of Subic (Tagalog: Bayan ng Subic), is a 1st class municipality in the province of Zambales, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 104,771 people. [3]

It is located along the northern coast of Subic Bay. Iba, the provincial capital of Subic is a fast-growing municipality and is expected to become a component city in the future, as well as increase in revenue. It is a former home of one of the largest US military facilities outside of the US mainland, the Subic Bay Naval Base.


Most of Private schools are operated by Catholic Institution except for colleges.




The nearest airport is the Subic Bay International Airport situated south of the town proper.


The Port of Subic is the nearest seaport in Subic. The Port is operated and managed by the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA). It covers the fenced area of the former U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay located in the south-west of Luzon Island in the Philippines. Local fish port is also present at the coastal waters and some are in beach side.


The primary road that connects Subic to the other parts of the town is the Olongapo-Bugallon Road. Most of the names of those streets are based on the surnames of prominent residents or names of plants. Most of the roads in Subic are made of concrete and asphalt while others are still dirts.

Diversion Road like Govic Highway are also commonly used by motorist from Barangay Matain to Barangay Manggahan. The purpose of this road is to lessen the traffic at the town proper and used by trucks especially going north of Castillejos and vice versa.

Another main road is the Philseco Road that ends from Barangay Asinan Proper down to Keppel Subic Shipyard (formerly Philippine Shipyard and Engineering Corporations). And Govic Highway Extension that ends from Castillejos down to Hanjin Shipyard which they exclusively used.

Public Utilities


Electricity services were provided by the cooperative-run Zambales II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ZAMECO II) which covers its Franchise Areas from Subic all the way to Cabangan since 1972.[14]


Water services are provided by

  • Subic National High School
  • Ilwas Integrated School
  • Josephine F. Khonghun Special Education Center
  • Nagyantok National High School
  • Pamatawan Integrated School
  • Santo Tomas National High School
  • Calapandayan Integrated School


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