BaliuagBulacan. It has a population of about 150,000 in 2015.
The town is home to Mariano Ponce, also one of the members of the Propaganda Movement led by Jose Rizal, Marcelo del Pilar, and Graciano Lopez-Jaena.
Baliuag is the economic and educational center for northern Bulacan, and it has that status since it the Spanish and American colonial periods.
Baliwag TransitThis bus line headquartered in this town has frequent trips from their terminals in Manila and Cubao (Quezon City). The company has two terminals, one at Sampaloc junction (northeast of downtown), and another at the downtown.
Baliuag Clock Toweraddress: Dr. Gonzales Street, and Senator Ninoy Aquino AvenueThe first and only free-standing clock tower in Bulacan, also a local symbol and landmark. It is constructed in 1999 and inaugurated in 2000, during the 137th birthday anniversary of hero, Mariano Ponce.
Baliuag Museum and LibraryIt was the first town hall (munisipyo or municipio) which was built during the American occupation in 1899. It used to house the municipal government until 1971, when a new town hall was inaugurated. Today, it houses a museum dedicated to the town's history.
There is one mall, and numerous supermarkets, mostly located at the highway outside downtown:
SM City Baliuagaddress: Don Remedios Trinidad HighwayHas numerous restaurants, a SM Store (department store), and a SM Hypermarket.
La Familia Sizzlers and Restaurantphone: +63 44 766-2037address: DRT Highway, Bagong Nayon, Baliuag, Bulacan
Sunrise Moteladdress: Doña Remedios Trinidad Highway