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10 Things To Do in Clark and Angeles City in 4 Hours

Yesterday, Jonjie had a visitor from Malolos, Bulacan...Ms. Icecycles Florentino. She was one of the members of Mapua Dabarkads. She took a UV Express Van from Malolos and Jonjie picked her up at Dau Bus Terminal. She arrived at around 10:30 am.

At 12:00 pm, we had our lunch courtesy of Jonjie and Ate Bev in our humble abode: Baby Back Ribs, Baked Stuffed Green Bell Peppers, Potato Salad with Raisin Bread and Fruit Salad in Light Syrup for Dessert.


At 2:00pm, we left the house and then the start of the 4 hours countdown…

1. Sightseeing inside Clark

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We started with showing her around Clark through the Mabalacat Gate.
  • From Gil Puyat Ave passing the Clark Jeepney Terminal on the left.
  • Clark Picnic Ground where the Dinosaur Island is located and little ahead is the El Kabayo.
  • Turning right to Panday Pira Ave are two of the biggest manufacturing companies: Texas Instruments and Phoenix Semiconductor Philippines, then Clark International Speedway. 
  • Turning left to Prince Balagtas Ave along the Clark Perimeter, we passed Fontana Leisure Parks and FA Korea CC Golf Club
  • Left again going down to Jose Abad Santos Ave and left to CP Garcia are the Clark Development Offices and 
  • Then to R.C. Santos, left of the Clark Parade Ground are the restaurants,The Red Crab (not in the map) and Cafe Mesa and turning right are the Clark Museum and Rendezvouz Restaurant.
  • Crossing the street to S. Osmena is the Clark Public Safety Department and ahead are Starbucks, Jollibee and C' Italia.
We turn left to Jose Abad Santos Ave and right to Manuel A. Roxas Hwy. We exited Clark through the Friendship Gate.

2. Visit Deca Clark Wakeboard Park

Deca Wakeboard  Park is open to everyone form Mondays to Sundays and even holidays. For details, please visit http://www.clarkwakeboard.com/getting-here.html.

3. Pray at Carmelite Monastery

IMG_8749Mass schedule at Carmelite is 6:00 am Monday to Saturday and 6:00 am and 8:00 am every Sunday. But it is open the whole day for those who wants to pray and meditate.

4. Visit and Pray at Apung Mamacalulu Shrine

Apung Mamacalulu (Merciful Lord) or the Santo Entierro (Holy Burial) of Angeles City, is a statue depicting the burial of Jesus Christ and is enshrined at the Archdiocesan Shrine of Christ our Lord of the Holy Sepulchre in Barangay Lourdes Sur, Angeles City. Thousands flock to hear the special Holy Mass celebrated every Friday

To know more about "Apung Mamacalulu", please visit Shrine of the Miraculous Apung Mamacalulu

5. Pray at the Blessed Sacrament of the Holy Rosary Parish Church

We visited this Blessed Sacrament three times already but I am still in awe...of the peace and serenity that it radiates.  With the calming sound of flowing water and the gentle swoosh of the bamboo leaves just outside the chapel.

6. Shop at Nepo Mall

IMG_8794Perfumes, bags, clothes, shoes...name it and they have it at Nepo Mall. Everything at low prices...and if you are good at bartering then it can still be lowered. 

7. Buy pasalubong at Rosing’s Pastry Shop

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Yema Balls...one of my favorites. They will only make it upon order...so you have to wait for several minutes or come back later.
We've been introduced to Rosing's pastries four years ago by my sister-in-law, who ironically is from Las Pinas. She said one of her colleagues mention it and together we searched for its location. They have all kinds of pastries which, up to now, are being made the old-fashion way.

8. Pass The Quad at Nepo Center

The Quad at Nepo Center was dubbed as “the biggest convergence of locally grown restaurant brands”. It is the new "in" place among locals and tourists alike as it offers the best of Kapampangans' cuisine. We dined in one of the restaurant named Downtown Cafe and for the details, please visit Just the Two of Us, Downtown Cafe @ The Quad

9. 40 Kph Leisure Drive at Air Force City

Private cars are welcome to use this road but there is a need to maintain the speed at 40 kilometers per hour.

10. Eat at Creamline Ice Cream House

Creamline was built adjacent to the ice cream factory and serves different types of banana splits, sundaes, smoothies, frappes. They are open Mondays to Sundays and even holidays. The price are reasonable.
  • Ms. Icy ordered Chunky Monkey Sunday (P100)
  • For Daniz, its Strawberry Stripes (P100)
  • For Jonjie and I, Nutty Banana (P150)
One of their bestsellers is the Pinatubo consisting of 8 scoops of chocolate ice cream with chocolate and strawberry syrup with cherry on top and cost only P250.


  • A few minutes after 6:00pm, we dropped Ms. Ice at Dau Terminal.
  • 4 hours exclude dinner time. To dine at The Quad would take at least 2 hours.
  • All pictures were taken using iPhone4S