Around the World: Witness the Culture of Pampanga, Philippines

The pursuit of success must be done joyfully and peacefully. Get to know yourself once again as we take you to Pampanga, Philippines for a short break.

Clark Freeport Zone

Among various tourist attractions available, Clark Freeport Zone houses everything in one go. It is located on the northwest side of Angeles City and also known as the former Clark Air Base. You can visit the century old Barn houses where American soldiers spent their time in 1910 to 1913.

Nayong Pilipino

A short walk from the Barn houses is Nayong Pilipino. It is an outdoor living museum which presents the Philippine history and Filipino culture.

Clark Veterans Cemetery

Another highlight of the Freeport Zone is the Clark Veterans Cemetery. The cemetery pays tribute to thousands of American veterans and Filipino Scouts who served in the United States Army and passed away during the World War II.

Puning Hot Spring (Angeles City)

From witnessing the historical sites, be one with nature and take a plunge in Puning Hot Spring. Geothermal exploration following the 1991 Mt. Pinatubo eruption gives way for such stunning place to evolve. Relax your mind and body here in Puning Hot Spring located in Angeles City.

Mount Pinatubo

Don’t miss the chance to experience the must-see Mt. Pinatubo. Enjoy its wonderful sight through trekking which is often included in tour packages. Strengthen your body with an amazing adventure.

Sand Box - Porac

Complete your Kapampangan adventure by going to Sand Box in Porac, Pampanga. It houses various rides that will surely challenge your agility, balance, and courageouness. Experience Avatar One, a 12 meters high roller coaster zip line, Giant Swing, and Aerial Walk Challenge. Take on test of bravery in the most famous Adventure Tower where you can rappel or free fall.

Giant Lantern Festival

Since Season’s Greetings are fast approaching, witness an annual lantern festival held every December in San Fernando City, Pampanga. Made of intricate designs and superior sizes combined with lighting technology, your creativity will truly be replenished.

Hot Air Balloon Festival

Lastly, if you are planning to book a flight early next year, take the chance to be part of Philippines’ biggest aviation gathering. Hot Air Balloon Festival is held on February 8 to 11, 2018. It allows guests to witness different flying activities such as kite flying, gliding, and skydiving as well!

Are you getting hyped enough? Book your flight to Pampanga, Philippines and grab the chance to reflect on your goals in life. After a long year of hard work, you are simply most deserving of this break!

1. Hot Air Balloon Festival -
2. Puning Hot Spring (Angeles City) -
3. Giant Lantern Festival -
4. Sand Box - Porac -

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