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Foremost among Bulacan's attractions is the impressive Barasoain Church in the provincial capital, MALOLOS (daily 6am–6pm; free). It was in this church that the Revolutionary Congress convened in 1898 and General Emilio Aguinaldo proclaimed the first Philippine Republic on 23 January 1899. Aguinaldo made his headquarters at the nearby Malolos Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (daily 7am–8pm; free). Opposite the cathedral, the Casa Real, a nineteenth-century printing press used to print insurrectionist material, is now a municipal library and museum (Tues– Sat 10am–4pm; P20), with displays of priceless sixteenth-century Spanish religious artefacts and various incendiary pamphlets published by the revolutionaries.
The provincial tourist office is in the Capitol Building (Mon– Fri 9am–4pm; Tel:044/791 0487). There's limited accommodation in Bulacan, most of it in Malolos. DJ Paradise Resort, a few kilometres south of Malolos along the MacArthur Highway (Tel:044/791 5129; P1000–5000), is a sprawling water park with dorms, standard rooms, suites and cottages. It's got six swimming pools and a bowling centre, but it can be insufferably crowded and noisy at weekends.