Nayong Pilipino sa Clark
Clark Freeport Zone, Clark, Pampanga
Welcome to nayong Pilipino sa Clark. Take a glimpse of the Filipino culture. The Philippines is a country of varied and colorful cultures. Each of the 17 regions is unique with its own food, language, customs and tradition.
Hilaga Cultural Village
City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Located at the mouth of the San Fernando Toll Exit along North Luzon Expressway, North Philippines Hilaga ( Formerly Paskuhan Village) was transform into a cultural, historical, tourism, trade, and entertainment by former Secretary Richard J. Gordon in 2003.
Paradise Ranch (Leisure Park and Wildlife Sanctuary)
Location Sitio Monicayo, Brgy. Calumpang, Sacobia Valley, Clark, Pampanga Description Perfect for field trips, get-away vacation, camping, retreats, rock climbing, trekking, rest and recreation, outdoor adventure and other occasions. Amenities include: Zoocobia Fun Park, Vista Montana Pool, Country Western Clark, villas, lake house, cafe/restaurant, man-made lake, aviary, playfield, butterfly garden, botanical garden, fishing lagoon, picnic huts, cottages, prayer hill, and more.
Hot Air Balloon Festival
Clark Field, Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines.
Hot-Air balloons from various countries disembark "en masse" from Clark Field then make a round of Angeles City. The huge colorful dirigibles promote one of the most popular diversionary activities in the world, attracting visitors to Pampanga and nearby towns. Apung Iru Festival
Apalit, Pampanga, Philippines.
A colorful fluvial procession of the venerated image of St. Peter, fondly called "Apung Iru" by the locals. From its sanctuary at Capalangan, the image is borne by a pagoda before it is brought to the parish church in Apalit where it will stay until June 30. The image of Apung Iru is brought back to its permanent shrine at Capalangan in another colorful fluvial procession via the same river routes. CarabaoFestival
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