After the U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay was turned over to the Philippines on November 24, 1992, the bay was transformed into an industrial, commercial and tourism hub known as the Subic Bay Freeport Zone under the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority.
It is home to several beaches including the Dungaree beach and the Kamayan beach. Aside from swimming, there are other water sports activities that you can engage in like jetskiing, parasailing and banana boating.
Subic bay also boasts of several dive sites for diving enthusiasts including the several shipwrecked Japanese vessels sunken by American aircraft during the Spanish–American War in 1898 and World War II. Subic bay's water is also teeming with corals and marine life.
There are also golf courses around if you are a golf enthusiast.