Marquee Mall Angeles is a shopping mall in the Philippines. The mall is operated by Ayala Land, a real estate subsidiary of Ayala Corporation. It is located beside North Luzon Expressway, Angeles City, Pampanga. It is near another Ayala Land Co. owned property, Marquee Place, which will become Pampanga's new Central Business District.
Marquee Mall is Ayala Land’s second leisure project north of Manila and is their first provincial shopping center foray outside Cebu.
Some of the hotels that can be found in Angeles City
- Angeles Beach Club Hotel
- Grand Central Hotel
- Orchid Inn Resort
- Hotel California Angeles City
- Wild Orchid Resort
- Century Resort Hotel
- Savannah Resort Angeles City
- Maharajah Hotel
- Devera Hotel
- Dollhouse Hotel & Cafe Angeles City
- Affinity Condo Resort
- Hotel V
- Kokomos Hotel and Restaurant Angeles City
- Montevista Villas Hotel Angeles City
- Natalia Hotel
This is the most common and economical way to get to Angeles from Metro Manila. Several air-conditioned bus lines ply from Manila to Angeles route with terminals scattered across the metropolitan area. It normally takes one-and-a-half hours to get to Angeles by bus. However, travellers are well advised to consider the unpredictable effect heavy traffic and downpours will have on the commute. In short, give yourself plenty of time to travel by bus. Provincial bus companies have scheduled trips from Manila to the provinces to northern provinces and key cities.
The best way from Manila to Angeles via car is taking the North Luzon Expressway which extends until Sta. Ines in Mabalacat, Pampanga. You may take either the Angeles Exit or Dau exit to get there. Another motorway, though narrow, is the McArthur Highway and visitors need to pass through the province of Bulacan to get to Angeles on both routes. It usually takes about 45 minutes to travel but it is twice the travel time if you plan to take the McArthur route due to heavy traffic along its stretch. Rental car companies can be found all over Manila and Angeles. If you don't know the routes, you can hire drivers by asking the attendant of the rent-a-car shop.
To hop on a colorful jeepney (small bus) is certainly the most affordable way to get around downtown. It is available 24 hours a day and it is the most famous mode of transportation in the country, which connects towns and cities together. Since jeepneys tend to be overcrowded with passengers, tourists carrying bulky luggage should consider traveling by taxi.
Though more convenient for tourists, taxis are less common in Angeles and not normally used for travel outside the city. Rather, they are primarily used to tour around the Clark Freeport Zone and for transport to and from the airport. Simson's taxicab terminal can be found particularly next to Clark's main gate (opposite Jollibee's) and SM City-Clark mall in Balibago.
Trikes (or tricycles) are motocycles with a small attached passenger cabin. They are restricted to low-speed roads and not permitted to enter the area surrounding the airport. Passengers of larger physical stature may find riding in them uncomfortable. Nevertheless, because of their slower speeds, trikes are generally a safe mode of transport.