Located in Clark, Pampanga, Nayong Pilipino offers cultural and historic tours of the Philippines in one venue. If it's your first time in the Philippines and can't really go around the country in one visit, this is a good first stop.
Dinosaurs Island in Clark is a fun destination for parents and their children. If you're a kid at heart or someone who loves dinosaurs, it may be time to schedule a visit to Clark.
The North Luzon Express Way, commonly referred to as NLEX, is a modern tollway that allows Manilenos to quickly leave the Megacity behind and head up north, to the provinces of the Central Luzon region.
The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta (PIHABF) at Clark Airfield is the annual show of everything that can fly and transport humans into the sky.
New organizers, new location: the country's annual balloon festival has been relocated from Clark Airport to Lubao, Pampanga. After it was announced last year that the Balloon Festival at Clark would be cancelled this time, an alternative event has been set up for April 10 to 13, 2014.
Clark is a rapidly growing airport, located roughly 80 kilometers north of Metro Manila. You can get some cheap flights from CRK, but you should think twice if it is really worth the hassle.
Celebrate the 7107 International Music Festival with the greatest bands on February 22, 2014 at Clark, Pampanga!