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The beauty of Pampanga is rich in heritage of these plains; making it not just a transitive province, but now a prime destination for local and foreign tourists, highlighting the Kapampangan tradition.

Pampanga boasts of its rich culture and awesome attractions that tourists may visit and experience.

This Great Plains is a sanctuary to abundant wildlife and bountiful natural resources.

EXPERIENCE PAMPANGA! Your one stop travel destination!

Here are Pampanga's Best destinations:

Hot Air Balloon

A much-awaited event that showcases colorful and giant balloons.

We go to Clark and Lubao and experience their Hot Air Balloon Festival. The children of Lubao invite us to enter Lubao Church, the 2nd oldest church in the Philippines and Macapagal Museum.


Casino Filipino Angeles unveils new tagline 'We Never Stop'

Casino Filipino

Despite the devastation, Casino Filipino Angeles was the first to rise in cooperation with Mr. Ramon Tang of Century Resort Hotel. Being back in business, Casino Filipino Angeles contributed largely in stimulating again the economy in the area.


Branch Manager Redentor Rivera said the new tagline best sums up what CF Angeles could offer to its clients. “It is a reflection of who we are because we never stop providing our clients with the best that we can give. We want our clients to see that we never stop delivering the best service; we never stop improving our facilities and we will never stop giving our customers, patrons and guests exciting surprises,”


Arayat and Pinatubo


Mt. Arayat trek. Marvel at the mountain that defines Kapampangan roots. Mariang Sinukuan, of the famous folktale, is believed to have dwelled in this mountain.

There are 22 active volcanoes in the country, and Mt. Pinatubo is one of them. It is a world class hiking destination plus its wonderful lake.

Shopping PX Goods

Shop ‘till you drop. Shopaholics will surely enjoy shopping for local and imported items at the most affordable prices in Duty Free Shops inside Clark Freeport Zone.

Merry-making. Tigtigan Terakan Keng Dalan – the Mardi Gras of Pampanga, and Fiestang Kuliat/ Apu – a two-day celebration every last Friday and Saturday of October. A must-see event beaming with several merry-makers and the country’s best bands.

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