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Nayong Pilipino sa Clark


If Pasay City has its own Nayong Pilipino where one can visit an enticing country with 7,107 islands in just one day, well the province of Pampanga has also its unique theme park showcasing the Filipino culture – Nayong Pilipino sa Clark.

by Jane Dacumos on July 24, 2012
Nayong Pilipino sa Clark

If Pasay City has its own Nayong Pilipino where one can visit an enticing country with 7,107 islands in just one day, well the province of Pampanga has also its unique theme park showcasing the Filipino culture – Nayong Pilipino sa Clark.

Welcome!

The Philippines is a country of varied and colorful cultures. Each of the 17 regions is unique with its own food, language, customs and traditions. Nayong Pilipino sa Clark is a theme park featuring the colorful culture of the Philippines.

  1. Visit the Precolonial and the Colonial Eras of our history. See their rendition of our mythical Malakas and Maganda and the miniature replicas of our scenic and historic Philippine landmarks.
  2. The fresh air and tranquil ambiance of the park add spice to encourage more visitors to visit. They have the most friendly tour guides to enlighten you as you go around the park.
  3. Nayong Pilipino sa Clark is also a good venues for special occasions like birthdays and weddings, or business activities like seminars, retreats, or team building.
  4. Amidst the sprawling rustic grounds and historic ambience, you can enjoy the place for picnics, team building and even just to have a quiet and relaxing time alone or with family or friends. Lodges of nipa huts are strategically located to offer the best of a sanctuary for activities or just for tranquility.
  5. The Kalinga Houses in Nayong Pilipino-Clark allows us to take a peek into the rich Kalingan way of life. Kalinga is a landlocked province in the northernmost section of the Cordillera Region.
  6. See the newly-built Torogan. This is the typical house of Muslim brothers from Mindanao. See the details, artwork and architecture of the Torogan and how they are adapted to the local culture and environment. The Torogan House is the ancestral home of the Sultan or Datu, the village chief in Maranao, Southern Philippines. The Torogan house has a butterfly-like end beams that protrude in front of the house. It is intricately adorned with a range of folk motifs, usually a plant, geometric form, dragon or serpent that are prominent in Maranao artwork. The building is constructed on post resting on rocks which act as rollers to prevent earthquake damage.

For a guided tour of the theme park, a rate of Php 30 for kids / 50 for adults will be charged for the tour package. The theme Park is open from Monday to Sunday, from 8:00am until 6:00pm.

Getting to Pampanga

Motorists and commuters will arrive in Pampanga in just 1-½ hours by car or bus from Manila through the North Luzon Expressway exiting via San Fernando, Angeles or Dau Toll Plaza.

All bus lines linking Manila with Baguio, Pangasinan, and Ilocos pass through the province. Philippine Rabbit serves the provincial capital (San Fernando) from Manila. Victory Liner links Angeles City and Olongapo City. Baliwag Transit and E. Jose Transport operates route services from Olongapo City to Cabanatuan City in Nueva Ecija via San Fernando, Pampanga. Arayat Express also serves the San Fernando-Cabanatuan route. Other buses that pass through the towns of Pampanga include Dagupan Bus Lines, Dangwa Tranco, Five Star Bus Co., Farinas Transit, Franco Federico Lines, Maria De Leon Trans, Partas Trans Co. and Viron Transit.

Also, there are jeepneys and/or mini-buses in each town or city that serve inter-zonal points towards other parts of the province.

Accommodations

  • Hotel Vida - 5414 M.A. Royas Highway Clark Freeport Zone, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles / Clark, Philippines
  • Angeles Beach Club Hotel - Don Juico Avenue, Malabanias Road , Clark Perimeter (Angeles City), Angeles / Clark, Philippines
  • Affinity Condo Resort - 107A Sofia Street, Josefa Subdivision, Malabanias, Fields (Angeles City), Angeles / Clark, Philippines
  • Fontana Hotel and Villas - Fontana Hot Spring Leisure Parks - C.M. Recto Highway, Clark Freeport Zone, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles / Clark, Philippines 2023
  • Prism Hotel - 121 Clark Avenue, Clark Perimeter (Angeles City), Angeles / Clark, Philippines 2009
  • Hotel Sogo Mexico Pampanga - 101 Olongapo Road, Lagundi, Mexico, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles / Clark, Philippines 
  • Silk's Inn - Mabini cor. Quezon St., Malabanias, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles / Clark, Philippines
  • Gani Hotel - 3757 3rd St., Balibago, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles / Clark, Philippines
  • Hafa Adai Court Hotel - Doolittle St., Hensonville, Angeles City, Clark Perimeter (Angeles City), Angeles / Clark, Philippines
  • Century Hotel - Century Complex, Balibago, Fields (Angeles City), Angeles / Clark, Philippines 2009
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