People Here Are Called: Zambalenos
Known as: Chromite Capital of the Philippines
Mangoes, Olongapo --once the site of the biggest U.S. naval base in Asia and the Freeport Zone (SBMA), host to casinos, beach resorts, parks and historical sites
Top Landmarks and Tourist Spots:
Ancestral house of the most beloved Philippine President, Ramon Magsaysay, situated at Castillejos. Mt. Pinatubo world-famous for its 1991 catastrophic eruption, can be found in the vicinity.
San Andres Church
Rice, corn, vegetables, and rootcrops Major Industries: Farming, fishing, and mining.
Zambales Road is also known to be one of the Philippines's best scenic highways.
After Don Juan De Salcedo's exploration, Zambales was organized in 1572. Its first provincial capital was Masinloc. After 5 years, it was replaced with Iba, which until now is. The following towns --Agno Anda, Bani, Bolinao, Infanta, San Isidro were no longer under Zambales but became part of Pangasinan in 1903.