February 06, 2017

This Week in Clark (February 06 to 12, 2017)

The Hot Air Balloon Festival brings in the weekend of everything that flies on its 21st year!
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Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta


things to do in Clark Pampanga

Enjoy a weekend of everything that flies! (Image: PIHABF Facebook page)


This week in Clark, the most-awaited and famed Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta will be back to give aviation enthusiasts and tourists from various parts of the country and the world a chance to enjoy a weekend of everything that flies. Onlookers excited to watch various aviation shows and daredevils willing to try various activities in the air will have something to look forward to in this event.


Hot air balloon flights


things to do in Clark Pampanga

The hot air balloons will be inflated as early as 5:00 AM. (Image: Clark Development Corp Facebook page)


Now on its 21st year, Hot Air Balloon Fiesta will once again be flooding Clark, Pampanga with dozens of hot air balloons and various aviation activities from February 9 to 12.

Of course the highlight of the weekend event is the hot air balloon flights. Tourists who bought a ticket for US$350 will be enjoying a flight in one of the balloons operated by various pilots from all over the world. Rides are scheduled during sunrise and sunset.


Where to eat authentic Kapampangan dishes



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Authentic Kampangpangan dishes are served at Matam-ih Restaurant. (Image: Matamihresto Facebook page)


things to do in Clark Pampanga

Tex-Mex cuisine at Spanglish for adventurous eaters (Image: Spanglishph Facebook page)


The Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is a great bonding activity for family and friends, and a taste of Kapampangan food is also necessary to complete the experience. Matam-ih Restaurant at the Clark Freeport serves authentic and exotic Kapampangan dishes while also helping the community as their service crew is mainly comprised of Aetas. For a gastronomic adventure or for something new, there is Spanglish Restaurant at Pavilion Mall that specializes in Tex-Mex cuisine.


Hotel status



things to do in Clark Pampanga


Due to the popularity of the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, most hotels around Clark are already fully booked from February 10 to 12. To have a different experience and also to avoid the heavy flow of the crowd on Friday through Sunday, booking an accommodation on the 8th or 9th and getting a ticket for an early morning hot air balloon ride are advisable.


Other travel adventures: Nayong Pilipino, Air Force City Park, and Clark Museum and 4D Theater


things to do in Clark Pampanga

A replica of Barasoain Church in Nayong Pilipino (Image: Nayong Pilipino Official Facebook page)


To maximize one’s weekend getaway in Clark, there are also plenty of other places worthy of a stopover. For families, Nayong Pilipino and Clark Museum and 4D Theater are perfect places to spend some leisure time and also learn a little about one’s Filipino roots. For friends who want to use the hashtag #squadgoals, a visit at Air Force City Park can give Instagram-worthy pictures with various aircrafts and machineries used by the Philippine Air Force.


Casino Filipino Mimosa Satellite



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Casino Filipino offers games and entertainment. (Image: Government)


For the adults with some extra cash and an adventurous spirit, a game at Casino Filipino’s satellite branch in Mimosa, Pampanga can give an after-festival fun. Casino Filipino also occasionally hosts concerts and events perfect for adult couples to enjoy.


Shopping adventure in Clark



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Clark is home to several duty-free shops (Image: Visit Clark Facebook page)


A visit in any place wouldn’t be complete without shopping. There are plenty of duty-free shops in Pampanga for some souvenirs or pasalubongs before going home. Stores like Farm Fresh, Arjan Trading, and Northwalk Clark have some of the best items Pampanga has to offer. For some kakanin or sticky rice to take home, locals recommend Susie’s Cuisine who holds the title the “The Best in Pampango Kakanin.”


Rainy weekend



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Image: PIHABF Facebook page


The beginning of the week will be sunny with a little chance of showers. A heads up to those who will be attending the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, the beginning of the event on the 9th will be welcomed with a rather cloudy and humid day, with a stray shower in the afternoon. The gloomy weather will last until the end of the event on the 13th. Visitors are advised to be at the event venue as early as possible especially those who booked a hot air balloon flight to check any flight changes or advisories.


Tips to festival goers


To maximize the festival, guests are advised to be at the venue as early as 6:00 AM to catch the first flight of the hot air balloons. The next time that they will be on air will be in the afternoon around 5:00 PM depending on the weather. Although there will be concessionaires and food stalls inside the venue of the festival, guests can still bring food in the event but glass containers, breakables, and crockery are not allowed. Devices like drones and hoverboards are also not allowed in the event.


Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in Clark may be the last



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Image: PIHABF Facebook page


The Philippine Hot Air Balloon fiesta at Clark this year may be the last. Although there are no final plans yet, the chief of the Clark International Airport Corporation suggests that the succeeding festivals should be held on a different venue so that Clark can maximize its airport. No hot air balloons will mean more commercial flights in the nearby airport.


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Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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February 06, 2017

This Week in Clark (February 06 to 12, 2017)

The Hot Air Balloon Festival brings in the weekend of everything that flies on its 21st year!

Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta


things to do in Clark Pampanga

Enjoy a weekend of everything that flies! (Image: PIHABF Facebook page)


This week in Clark, the most-awaited and famed Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta will be back to give aviation enthusiasts and tourists from various parts of the country and the world a chance to enjoy a weekend of everything that flies. Onlookers excited to watch various aviation shows and daredevils willing to try various activities in the air will have something to look forward to in this event.


Hot air balloon flights


things to do in Clark Pampanga

The hot air balloons will be inflated as early as 5:00 AM. (Image: Clark Development Corp Facebook page)


Now on its 21st year, Hot Air Balloon Fiesta will once again be flooding Clark, Pampanga with dozens of hot air balloons and various aviation activities from February 9 to 12.

Of course the highlight of the weekend event is the hot air balloon flights. Tourists who bought a ticket for US$350 will be enjoying a flight in one of the balloons operated by various pilots from all over the world. Rides are scheduled during sunrise and sunset.


Where to eat authentic Kapampangan dishes



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Authentic Kampangpangan dishes are served at Matam-ih Restaurant. (Image: Matamihresto Facebook page)


things to do in Clark Pampanga

Tex-Mex cuisine at Spanglish for adventurous eaters (Image: Spanglishph Facebook page)


The Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is a great bonding activity for family and friends, and a taste of Kapampangan food is also necessary to complete the experience. Matam-ih Restaurant at the Clark Freeport serves authentic and exotic Kapampangan dishes while also helping the community as their service crew is mainly comprised of Aetas. For a gastronomic adventure or for something new, there is Spanglish Restaurant at Pavilion Mall that specializes in Tex-Mex cuisine.


Hotel status



things to do in Clark Pampanga


Due to the popularity of the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, most hotels around Clark are already fully booked from February 10 to 12. To have a different experience and also to avoid the heavy flow of the crowd on Friday through Sunday, booking an accommodation on the 8th or 9th and getting a ticket for an early morning hot air balloon ride are advisable.


Other travel adventures: Nayong Pilipino, Air Force City Park, and Clark Museum and 4D Theater


things to do in Clark Pampanga

A replica of Barasoain Church in Nayong Pilipino (Image: Nayong Pilipino Official Facebook page)


To maximize one’s weekend getaway in Clark, there are also plenty of other places worthy of a stopover. For families, Nayong Pilipino and Clark Museum and 4D Theater are perfect places to spend some leisure time and also learn a little about one’s Filipino roots. For friends who want to use the hashtag #squadgoals, a visit at Air Force City Park can give Instagram-worthy pictures with various aircrafts and machineries used by the Philippine Air Force.


Casino Filipino Mimosa Satellite



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Casino Filipino offers games and entertainment. (Image: Government)


For the adults with some extra cash and an adventurous spirit, a game at Casino Filipino’s satellite branch in Mimosa, Pampanga can give an after-festival fun. Casino Filipino also occasionally hosts concerts and events perfect for adult couples to enjoy.


Shopping adventure in Clark



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Clark is home to several duty-free shops (Image: Visit Clark Facebook page)


A visit in any place wouldn’t be complete without shopping. There are plenty of duty-free shops in Pampanga for some souvenirs or pasalubongs before going home. Stores like Farm Fresh, Arjan Trading, and Northwalk Clark have some of the best items Pampanga has to offer. For some kakanin or sticky rice to take home, locals recommend Susie’s Cuisine who holds the title the “The Best in Pampango Kakanin.”


Rainy weekend



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Image: PIHABF Facebook page


The beginning of the week will be sunny with a little chance of showers. A heads up to those who will be attending the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, the beginning of the event on the 9th will be welcomed with a rather cloudy and humid day, with a stray shower in the afternoon. The gloomy weather will last until the end of the event on the 13th. Visitors are advised to be at the event venue as early as possible especially those who booked a hot air balloon flight to check any flight changes or advisories.


Tips to festival goers


To maximize the festival, guests are advised to be at the venue as early as 6:00 AM to catch the first flight of the hot air balloons. The next time that they will be on air will be in the afternoon around 5:00 PM depending on the weather. Although there will be concessionaires and food stalls inside the venue of the festival, guests can still bring food in the event but glass containers, breakables, and crockery are not allowed. Devices like drones and hoverboards are also not allowed in the event.


Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in Clark may be the last



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Image: PIHABF Facebook page


The Philippine Hot Air Balloon fiesta at Clark this year may be the last. Although there are no final plans yet, the chief of the Clark International Airport Corporation suggests that the succeeding festivals should be held on a different venue so that Clark can maximize its airport. No hot air balloons will mean more commercial flights in the nearby airport.


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Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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February 06, 2017

This Week in Clark (February 06 to 12, 2017)

The Hot Air Balloon Festival brings in the weekend of everything that flies on its 21st year!
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Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta


things to do in Clark Pampanga

Enjoy a weekend of everything that flies! (Image: PIHABF Facebook page)


This week in Clark, the most-awaited and famed Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta will be back to give aviation enthusiasts and tourists from various parts of the country and the world a chance to enjoy a weekend of everything that flies. Onlookers excited to watch various aviation shows and daredevils willing to try various activities in the air will have something to look forward to in this event.


Hot air balloon flights


things to do in Clark Pampanga

The hot air balloons will be inflated as early as 5:00 AM. (Image: Clark Development Corp Facebook page)


Now on its 21st year, Hot Air Balloon Fiesta will once again be flooding Clark, Pampanga with dozens of hot air balloons and various aviation activities from February 9 to 12.

Of course the highlight of the weekend event is the hot air balloon flights. Tourists who bought a ticket for US$350 will be enjoying a flight in one of the balloons operated by various pilots from all over the world. Rides are scheduled during sunrise and sunset.


Where to eat authentic Kapampangan dishes



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Authentic Kampangpangan dishes are served at Matam-ih Restaurant. (Image: Matamihresto Facebook page)


things to do in Clark Pampanga

Tex-Mex cuisine at Spanglish for adventurous eaters (Image: Spanglishph Facebook page)


The Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is a great bonding activity for family and friends, and a taste of Kapampangan food is also necessary to complete the experience. Matam-ih Restaurant at the Clark Freeport serves authentic and exotic Kapampangan dishes while also helping the community as their service crew is mainly comprised of Aetas. For a gastronomic adventure or for something new, there is Spanglish Restaurant at Pavilion Mall that specializes in Tex-Mex cuisine.


Hotel status



things to do in Clark Pampanga


Due to the popularity of the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, most hotels around Clark are already fully booked from February 10 to 12. To have a different experience and also to avoid the heavy flow of the crowd on Friday through Sunday, booking an accommodation on the 8th or 9th and getting a ticket for an early morning hot air balloon ride are advisable.


Other travel adventures: Nayong Pilipino, Air Force City Park, and Clark Museum and 4D Theater


things to do in Clark Pampanga

A replica of Barasoain Church in Nayong Pilipino (Image: Nayong Pilipino Official Facebook page)


To maximize one’s weekend getaway in Clark, there are also plenty of other places worthy of a stopover. For families, Nayong Pilipino and Clark Museum and 4D Theater are perfect places to spend some leisure time and also learn a little about one’s Filipino roots. For friends who want to use the hashtag #squadgoals, a visit at Air Force City Park can give Instagram-worthy pictures with various aircrafts and machineries used by the Philippine Air Force.


Casino Filipino Mimosa Satellite



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Casino Filipino offers games and entertainment. (Image: Government)


For the adults with some extra cash and an adventurous spirit, a game at Casino Filipino’s satellite branch in Mimosa, Pampanga can give an after-festival fun. Casino Filipino also occasionally hosts concerts and events perfect for adult couples to enjoy.


Shopping adventure in Clark



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Clark is home to several duty-free shops (Image: Visit Clark Facebook page)


A visit in any place wouldn’t be complete without shopping. There are plenty of duty-free shops in Pampanga for some souvenirs or pasalubongs before going home. Stores like Farm Fresh, Arjan Trading, and Northwalk Clark have some of the best items Pampanga has to offer. For some kakanin or sticky rice to take home, locals recommend Susie’s Cuisine who holds the title the “The Best in Pampango Kakanin.”


Rainy weekend



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Image: PIHABF Facebook page


The beginning of the week will be sunny with a little chance of showers. A heads up to those who will be attending the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, the beginning of the event on the 9th will be welcomed with a rather cloudy and humid day, with a stray shower in the afternoon. The gloomy weather will last until the end of the event on the 13th. Visitors are advised to be at the event venue as early as possible especially those who booked a hot air balloon flight to check any flight changes or advisories.


Tips to festival goers


To maximize the festival, guests are advised to be at the venue as early as 6:00 AM to catch the first flight of the hot air balloons. The next time that they will be on air will be in the afternoon around 5:00 PM depending on the weather. Although there will be concessionaires and food stalls inside the venue of the festival, guests can still bring food in the event but glass containers, breakables, and crockery are not allowed. Devices like drones and hoverboards are also not allowed in the event.


Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in Clark may be the last



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Image: PIHABF Facebook page


The Philippine Hot Air Balloon fiesta at Clark this year may be the last. Although there are no final plans yet, the chief of the Clark International Airport Corporation suggests that the succeeding festivals should be held on a different venue so that Clark can maximize its airport. No hot air balloons will mean more commercial flights in the nearby airport.


Also Read...

Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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February 06, 2017

This Week in Clark (February 06 to 12, 2017)

The Hot Air Balloon Festival brings in the weekend of everything that flies on its 21st year!

Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta


things to do in Clark Pampanga

Enjoy a weekend of everything that flies! (Image: PIHABF Facebook page)


This week in Clark, the most-awaited and famed Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta will be back to give aviation enthusiasts and tourists from various parts of the country and the world a chance to enjoy a weekend of everything that flies. Onlookers excited to watch various aviation shows and daredevils willing to try various activities in the air will have something to look forward to in this event.


Hot air balloon flights


things to do in Clark Pampanga

The hot air balloons will be inflated as early as 5:00 AM. (Image: Clark Development Corp Facebook page)


Now on its 21st year, Hot Air Balloon Fiesta will once again be flooding Clark, Pampanga with dozens of hot air balloons and various aviation activities from February 9 to 12.

Of course the highlight of the weekend event is the hot air balloon flights. Tourists who bought a ticket for US$350 will be enjoying a flight in one of the balloons operated by various pilots from all over the world. Rides are scheduled during sunrise and sunset.


Where to eat authentic Kapampangan dishes



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Authentic Kampangpangan dishes are served at Matam-ih Restaurant. (Image: Matamihresto Facebook page)


things to do in Clark Pampanga

Tex-Mex cuisine at Spanglish for adventurous eaters (Image: Spanglishph Facebook page)


The Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is a great bonding activity for family and friends, and a taste of Kapampangan food is also necessary to complete the experience. Matam-ih Restaurant at the Clark Freeport serves authentic and exotic Kapampangan dishes while also helping the community as their service crew is mainly comprised of Aetas. For a gastronomic adventure or for something new, there is Spanglish Restaurant at Pavilion Mall that specializes in Tex-Mex cuisine.


Hotel status



things to do in Clark Pampanga


Due to the popularity of the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, most hotels around Clark are already fully booked from February 10 to 12. To have a different experience and also to avoid the heavy flow of the crowd on Friday through Sunday, booking an accommodation on the 8th or 9th and getting a ticket for an early morning hot air balloon ride are advisable.


Other travel adventures: Nayong Pilipino, Air Force City Park, and Clark Museum and 4D Theater


things to do in Clark Pampanga

A replica of Barasoain Church in Nayong Pilipino (Image: Nayong Pilipino Official Facebook page)


To maximize one’s weekend getaway in Clark, there are also plenty of other places worthy of a stopover. For families, Nayong Pilipino and Clark Museum and 4D Theater are perfect places to spend some leisure time and also learn a little about one’s Filipino roots. For friends who want to use the hashtag #squadgoals, a visit at Air Force City Park can give Instagram-worthy pictures with various aircrafts and machineries used by the Philippine Air Force.


Casino Filipino Mimosa Satellite



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Casino Filipino offers games and entertainment. (Image: Government)


For the adults with some extra cash and an adventurous spirit, a game at Casino Filipino’s satellite branch in Mimosa, Pampanga can give an after-festival fun. Casino Filipino also occasionally hosts concerts and events perfect for adult couples to enjoy.


Shopping adventure in Clark



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Clark is home to several duty-free shops (Image: Visit Clark Facebook page)


A visit in any place wouldn’t be complete without shopping. There are plenty of duty-free shops in Pampanga for some souvenirs or pasalubongs before going home. Stores like Farm Fresh, Arjan Trading, and Northwalk Clark have some of the best items Pampanga has to offer. For some kakanin or sticky rice to take home, locals recommend Susie’s Cuisine who holds the title the “The Best in Pampango Kakanin.”


Rainy weekend



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Image: PIHABF Facebook page


The beginning of the week will be sunny with a little chance of showers. A heads up to those who will be attending the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, the beginning of the event on the 9th will be welcomed with a rather cloudy and humid day, with a stray shower in the afternoon. The gloomy weather will last until the end of the event on the 13th. Visitors are advised to be at the event venue as early as possible especially those who booked a hot air balloon flight to check any flight changes or advisories.


Tips to festival goers


To maximize the festival, guests are advised to be at the venue as early as 6:00 AM to catch the first flight of the hot air balloons. The next time that they will be on air will be in the afternoon around 5:00 PM depending on the weather. Although there will be concessionaires and food stalls inside the venue of the festival, guests can still bring food in the event but glass containers, breakables, and crockery are not allowed. Devices like drones and hoverboards are also not allowed in the event.


Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in Clark may be the last



things to do in Clark Pampanga

Image: PIHABF Facebook page


The Philippine Hot Air Balloon fiesta at Clark this year may be the last. Although there are no final plans yet, the chief of the Clark International Airport Corporation suggests that the succeeding festivals should be held on a different venue so that Clark can maximize its airport. No hot air balloons will mean more commercial flights in the nearby airport.


Also Read...

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Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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