While Angeles City is a chartered city (meaning, it is politically independent from the province of Pampanga), it is still usually grouped with Pampanga Province for statistical purposes. What are the things that you can do in Angeles City apart from eating Kapampangan food? Here are our Top 10!
Acknowledged as a highly urbanized city since 1986, there are a lot of nice hotels where you can do your staycation. Last weekend, we stayed in One Euphoria Luxe Hotel, the tallest and newest premier building in Angeles City. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
2.) Royal Indian Curry House
The number 1 Indian Restaurant in Metro Manila is reaching out with Angeles City’s food culture with its three nice restaurants all located in One Euphoria Tower- RICH CAFE, RICH BISTRO, and RICH Dining & Lounge. For more information, dm them on facebook, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact +63917 724 8273 for your reservations. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
3.) Museo ning Angeles
Be inspired with Angeles City’s history, culture and tradition by visiting Museo ning Angeles. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
4.) Kulitan Script
In Museo ning Angeles, we were accommodated by their resident historian so we can write our names in Kulitan- an indigenous Kapampangan script. It was surprising to know that the script has influences from sanskrit.
5.) Holy Rosary Parish Church
The Holy Rosary Parish Church is the epitome of Kapampangan’s religious traditions in Angeles City. During our visit, there were some renovations inside the historical church. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
There are a lot of casinos in Angeles City. One of the casinos we checked are Casino Filipino and Wild Aces Poker Room. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
7.) Walking Street
Walking Street is famous for its bars with its accommodating and beautiful entertainers. This street is flocked by local and international tourists since the 1950s. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
8.) Astro Park
Astro Park is famous for its huge Salakot monument. Salakot is a native hat of Filipinos. We made sure to pose with the huge hat. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
9.) Meet the People of Angeles City
Make sure to meet and befriend some of the people of Angeles City. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
10.) Shop at SM Clark
SM Clark is one of the famous shopping malls in Pampanga. Although not located in Angeles City, this mall is just few minutes away, located in Angeles City’s neighboring town, Clark. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
How to commute to Angeles City: If you are coming from Metro Manila, you can ride any bus with a stopover in Dau Terminal, Mabalacat City, Pampanga. Once alighted from Dau terminal, ask the vendors or locals where you can get a jeepney going to SM Clark. Once you’re in SM Clark, there is a terminal of jeepneys going to Angeles City.
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