Visit the Rubber Processing Plant, Rubber tree seedlings was introduced in the Philippines by the Menzi Agricultural Corporation in 1905 and Basilan are still the major producers of rubber in the Philippines. The recent and continuing rise of rubber demand and prices in the world market, just might awaken the Philippine rubber industry to see the opportunity for a brighter future for the industry... but be prepared to be assaulted by an assortment of smells and odors which you would have wished you never got the chance to experience! Rubber tree is the main livelihood of Basilan.
Bulingan Falls is a mere 45 minutes ride to Lamitan town, will bring you to the natural wonder, where one can enjoy the magical waterfalls during day picnics with family or friends, villagers described here as a crystal clear stream of spring water cascading over twenty feet high flowing through the unusual rectangular block rocks formation surrounded by forest where colorful flora and fauna dwells. The cottages made of indigenous materials have been constructed near where the waters fall into a lagoon.
Jolibee is a fairly new establishment on the streets of Isabela City, Basilan! It is located just across the street from the Basilan Provincial Capitol. Jolibee is the finest dining available on Basilan Island! As a symbol of economic expansion, the President of the Philippines cited in her Sona last year the Jollibee in Basilan, indicating that the fast food restaurant is not only a concrete indication of the improving purchasing power of Basileños but also demonstrates the "peace-driven" progress that is taking root in this once strife-torn island.
As a further testimonial to Basilan's increased stability and economic growth, six Manila-based ambassadors, led by US Ambassador Kristie Kenney, visited the province and ate lunch here in Jollibee.
Favorite Dish: as usual our group eat chickenjoy. this is the place were we eat everyday