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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Shopping Centre
“SM City Clark is a shopping mall owned and operated by SM Prime Holdings. It is located along M.A. ... It is the second SM supermall in the province of Pampanga after SM City Pampanga in City of San Fernando and Mexico, Pampanga and SM San Fernando Downtown in the downtown area of the City of San Fernando, Pampanga”
  • 11 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“A very close high-end shopping mall with practically everything in it that is operated by the country's top mall chain, the Ayala Malls. One can have a 15 minute walk to get into the place or a tricycle ride .”
  • 1 local recommends
Shopping Centre
“Fridays Restaurant always good food, coffee is great at Star Bucks or simply enjoy a movie”
  • 5 locals recommend
Sublocality Level 1
“The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is an annual four-day event held between January and February in Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles City, Pampanga. It is the biggest and longest-running aviation sports event in the Philippines. Wikipedia Attendance: approx. 100,000 Dates: Every 2nd week of February Locations: Clark Freeport, Angeles,”
  • 5 locals recommend
Theme Park
“World class water park. Best recreational for families and kids. Must visit!”
  • 4 locals recommend
Museum
“The Museum tells of the Filipino spirit of bravery, industry and ingenuity of a nation's sovereign will running through a narrative across 4 galleries. It briefly tells a story, a bigger world from which Clark grew and speaks of social and economic advances, and continuing progress.  www.visitclark.com › museum4d Clark Museum and 4D Theatre - Visit Clark Philippines Official Website ”
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Fields Avenue is the name of a major street running through Balibago area of Angeles in the Philippines. It is the center of the red light district and the bar scene of the biggest entertainment district of the Philippines. ... Originally the name referred to the Clark Air Base and was "Clark Field Avenue".”
  • 1 local recommends
Route
“Fields Ave is the Walking Street Area of Angeles. Every night close to traffic and for Walking only. Great nightlife bars and shows, food, clubs and hotels. Walking street is the center of the night entertainment in Angeles. ”
  • 1 local recommends
Amusement Park
“Experience the dinosaur era, with life-size animatronic dinosaurs at Dinosaurs Island in Clark, Pampanga. Be adventurous and discover the various dino-stories, watch the fearsome Tyrannosaurus Rex Raw, get up close with your favorite Spinosaurus, Stegosaurus, Iguanodon and Triceratops and other dino species. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
  • 3 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“One of the biggest water park in Asia! Swim, have fun, eat, relax and enjoy with your family and friends! ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“Balibago Nightlife Entertainment Nightlife...  The central nightlife scene of Balibago, known as The Walking Street and previously knows as Fields Avenue, features hundreds of girl-orientated bars as well as restaurants, hotels, and western-style nightclubs. Despite the closing of Clark Air Base, the area continues to thrive and host thousands of foreign tourists arriving on a daily basis. Balibago can only be described as the melting pot of various cultures thus giving it the party atmosphere like no other. In a city that never sleeps, everyone is eager to show you a good time as Filipinos are well-known for their exceptional hospitality. Praised for their tolerance to western culture, ladies are sure to entertain you regardless of your age, weight, physical appearance, interpersonal skills, wealth, or social class. Spend quality time with these fine young women in a bar scene that never closes and you will most certainly have a memorable experience.  Although home to thousands of nightlife-based establishments, there are some that stand out from the crowd. Be sure to visit some of the biggests bars such as Atlantis, Dollhouse, Stardust, Club Ra, and Dokkaebi Bar. For those who are into more traditional nightclub experience without the girls on stage, you can't miss Aqua Beach Club, the only pool club with daytime and nighttime parties. Also a must see are High Society as well as the longest-running disco, Sky Trax. You can learn more about some of the bars at The Walking Street via their website including The Champagne Group, responsible for Champagne and Camelot. In addition, Midnyt Cruiser, Geckos, Voodoo, Roadhouse, and Angel Witch are also part of the MAC Group of bars which you can also check online. On your travels, you may come across the once famous A-Santos Street, more commonly recognised by ex-patriots as "Blow Road" for the obvious reasons. Although most of these bars are now closed, there are still several old-style bars full of girls to keep you entertained. When you reach the bar scene, it won’t be long before you are star-struck for a beautiful girl. Best to call her down for a drink and initiate small talks to a little longer chats to break the ice. Angeles City is a nightlife-scene orientated around purchasing girls' drinks for commission, so you certainly don’t want to be known as a ‘cheap charlie’. Further on, you reach the stage were you want to see this girl out of the workplace. Traditionally labelled as a bar-fine, the payment for six is illegal in the Philippines so don't feel offended if the bars hesitate. However you will find that every bar has its own procedure. All you can do is be polite and courteous to find out what the score is in the particular bar. Don’t be wandering up to any managers shouting about bar fine. Discuss this with your girl. For those who enjoy the smiles and screams that come with being a big spender, each bar features a ‘ring the bell’ where you can buy drinks for all of the dancers and additional staff. Each bar features their own policy but often shares the same big rewards. If you haven’t filled your appetite with all that San Miguel beer, you will find pleasure in the quality of restaurants available from the traditional foods of Margarita Station and Kokomo’s to more exotic cuisines at the likes of Fortune Hong Kong Seafood Restaurant and Picollo Padre Italian Restaurant, which you can learn more about at AngelesCity.com. The town has a large presence of Asian restaurants, primarily Korean and Japanese. Although a large portion of tourists in the area enjoy gambling, the city only holds one major casino and several small poker rooms. Casino Filipino-Angeles is found down MacArthur Highway near the nightlife scene whilst several small poker rooms are actually inside The Walking Street. Tourists and locals alike are present is these types of entertainment. For those looking to get away from the party lifestyle, the city does offer daytime activities. Despite having no beach, Aqua Beach Club is also a haven for relaxation with its roof-top infinity pool, in-house gym and spa, plus the best view of the sunset. Activities such as hiking, kart racing, and guided tour services are available with most travel agents. Filipinos love "malling" and SM City Clark Mall, Marquee Mall, and several other malls are nearby. For relaxation, ask about Puning Hotspring or drop by at any of the numerous massage parlors within vicinity. Still looking for further information? Get involved with the tourist community via AngelesCity.com, or interact with others directly via the Asian Escapade Forums or PI@Night Message Board. Please Note: As you will notice between each of your trips, establishments come and go and are often renamed under new ownership, however this online map highlights some of the longer running bars whilst you can learn more about some of the newer establishments via this Google map. Local stores and travel agencies throughout the city as well as online applications also boast regularly updated maps ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Route
  • 2 locals recommend
Zoo
“ Most birds can perch on your arm for a memorable picture! As a fun zoo, Zoocobia houses friendly, harmless animals which are highly interactive. ... The most popular ride in Zoocobia is the Zooc Ride (Php 99/person) which is a gravity cart that will take riders downhill to the zoo's next adventure!”
  • 3 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“With over 15 areas, museums, and activities to discover, Nayong Pilipino aims to educate children and tourists about the history that continues to shape the Filipino nation. Nayong Pilipino is a government-initiated theme park featuring replicas of notable natural wonders and heritage houses in the country.”
  • 1 local recommends
Water Park
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  • 2 locals recommend