Clark, only an hour and a half from Manila, is a sprawling metropolitan area in the heart of the Philippines’ Central Luzon Region. Clark occupies over 33,000 hectares of prime land – almost the size of Singapore. It offers a multitude of interesting places to visit and provides a wide spectrum of activities accessible to all residents and visitors.
Whether in Clark for business or leisure, there are many opportunities to unwind including a round of golf at one of the many championship golf courses, shopping at the duty free shops or SM mall, dining at the many establishments in and around the Freeport zone or trying your luck at one of the world-class casinos.
For the more adventurous, Clark proves to be an excellent jumping off point for embracing the outdoors. Enjoy hot-air balloon rides, sky diving, off-roading, trekking to Mount Pinatubo and swimming along the chilly waters of Haduan Falls.
Part of the province of Pampanga, the greater Clark area plays host to many events throughout the year. Notable ones include the Hot Air Balloon Festival in February, a number of challenging road and trail races, numerous local and international caliber food and music festivals and a long Christmas season that culminates with the Giant Lantern Festival in nearby San Fernando.
Overall, Clark a great stopping point for destinations throughout Norther Luzon, it is also a great starting off point for international destinations. Home to Clark International Airport (CIAC), Clark residents and visitors benefit from non-stop flights to most, if not all, major cities throughout South East Asia including Hong Kong, Taipei, Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo to name a few.
With a highly improved road network and increasing flights at CIAC, Clark is setting out to become the hub for business, aviation and tourism in the Philippines.