Pampanga is known to be the “Culinary Center of the Philippines”. Located at the Central Luzon of the Philippines, Region 3.
Kapampangan Cuisine is a mixture of the taste and rich culture of Malay, Chinese and Spanish and Filipino foods. Aside from food, Pampanga is blessed to have a rich culture in the history of the Philippines. It has many sightseeing options for visitors.
Top Notch Bloggers and Vloggers from the Philippines gathered together in this Gastronomic and Immersive experience of promoting Clark and Angeles City Tourism. The event was organized by Pampanga Bloggers Society together with the sponsors.
Explore Clark Pampanga
To know more about the history of Pampanga and Clark. The tourism staff guides us first at the Clark Museum and 4D Theater.
Clark Museum and 4D Theater
Clark Museum features a collection of old photographs, artifacts, murals and interactive displays, true-to-life replicas and scenic dioramas. The history of Clark, Pampanga called Metro Clark signifies the Filipino spirit of bravery and how it rises from the ashes. From the crisis of the eruption of Mount Pinatubo to Rebuilding Clark and how it grew and speaks of social and economic advances, and continuing progress.
The Clark 4D Theater has a 48-seater state-of-the-art 4D Theater featuring a 20- minute documentary film entitled “Risen from the Ashes” the story of eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in 1991 with spectacular in-theatre effects including wind, bubbles and mist to add a breathtaking fourth dimension. Check their website for more information at http://www.visitclark.com/museum4d.html
Visit to Aqua Planet and Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort
One of the biggest and most modern world-class water parks in Asia. Aqua Planet is a 10-hectare water park with over 38 water slides & attractions guests of all ages can enjoy! Check the Aqua Planet Facebook Page for more information.
The Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort features two of the best golf courses in the country! It has a resort with an infinity pool, spa, fitness and onsite restaurants.
Is an Elegant heritage museum in Angeles, free to enter and it features period furnishings, art & vintage antiques.
HOLY ROSARY PARISH CHURCH
The Holy Rosary Parish, formerly known as Santo Rosario Church, today fondly called by locals as “Pisambang Maragul” stands in the epicenter of the old Culiat town, now Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines.
One of the oldest restaurant in town. Really loved their Chinese foods and their dessert of Snow Ice Cream.
Address: Balibago Branch, Mr. Cheng Building, MacArthur Highway, Balibago, Angeles, 2009 Pampanga
Angeles Fried Chicken
The oldest running restaurant in Angeles City! Where chicken tastes heavenly! Aside from chicken, they have a variety of menu including cakes, desserts, and more.
Is known as the best in Pampango Kakanin” in Angeles City. Aside from Kakanin, their specialty includes Pancit Palabok. They have their branches not just in Angeles but even in other cities or province. https://www.facebook.com/susiescuisineph
Enjoy the best of kapampangan menu while dining amidst nature. http://apagmarangle.com
A few days is not enough to see and experience the best of the culture of Pampanga. As a Tarlaqueña and a kapampangan, it made me feel proud to be part of this customs. Yet, I need to learn more about it and would still love to continue to support the promotion and tourism of Pampanga.
Thank you to our partners and sponsors!
Widus Hotel and Casino, Royce Hotel and Casino, Lewis Grand Hotel Cebu Pacific Air, Philippine Airlines, Angeles Fried Chicken, Dainty Restaurants, Apag Marangle, MarQuee Mall, Susie’s Cuisine, Ripple8, Idea Zentral, Megaworld Corporation.
This event is also supported by Department of Tourism – Philippines, Department of Tourism – Region III , Clark Development Corporation, Angeles City Tourism Office and City Tourism Office – Mabalacat City