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  • Tigtigan Terakan Keng Dalan 2017

    Tigtigan Terakan Keng Dalan is one celebration being looked forward to every last Friday and Saturday of October in Angeles City. Dubbed as Pampanga’s version of Mardi Gras, visitors are kept in high energy all night long dancing and singing. The event becomes more enjoyable with local celebrity bands performing and food stalls serving a […]

  • Tara, Sake Naka!

    “Pogi/Malago, trike? … Atche/Koy, mekeni wheeler!… Oh tara, metung namu mamako ne!” We often hear these words in the busy streets of San Fernando – whether we are on our way to school, heading to work, going to an appointment, or just walking around. The different modes of transportation – the ordinary tricycles, our very […]

  • The Magic of Ligligan Parul

    As the Christmas spirit blankets the bustling province of Pampanga, out comes the bright, festive lights that adorn the skyline. This is how Pampanga usually welcomes the Christmas season; with gleeful hearts and a thousand twinkling lights that form a bright star lantern atop homesteads. Perhaps the most renowned appearance of these lanterns is their […]

  • Wedding Photography in Pampanga – Part 2

    The industry of wedding photography has now bloomed here in Pampanga. Photographers have as well progressed in the field. Pampanga now have a bunch of great photographers – people who do not only have the expertise but the passion as well in doing their job. That is why many couples, debutants, parents and families are […]

  • List of Halls in Pampanga for your Events

    One big decision to make when organizing an event is choosing a venue that fits your party theme. More than that, there are a lot of other factors to consider like the budget, the number of guests and the type of event that you are organizing. Before choosing where to book your event, you must […]

  • Giant Lanterns to Light Up Again in Pampanga

    PAMPANGA—11 barangays will be joining this year’s Giant Lantern Festival; an annual Christmas competition in the City of San Fernando featuring 12-foot tall lanterns made by the locals. The organizers of the Giant Lantern Festival announced that there will be 11 participants in the 107thGiant Lantern Festival which will take place on December 19, 2015 […]

  • Pampanga Celebrates 444th Aldo Ning Kapampangan

    Visitors Info 11/12/2015

    PAMPANGA—All activities are set as Kapampangans celebrate the “444th Aldo Ning Kapampangan this December. Christmas day is not the only holiday that Kapampangans are excited about during December, because this month is also the time when they commemorate “Aldo Ning Kapampangan” or Pampanga Day. Although the province recognizes December 11 as its official foundation day, […]

  • Christmas Season Pampanga Style

    Christmas is one of the most awaited and probably one of the longest celebrated holidays in the Philippines. In every province and town, homes are lit with Christmas lanterns, locally called as parols, Christmas trees are displayed even as early as September, and children roam the streets in the late afternoons to sing carols in […]

  • Fiestang Kuliat: The Philippine’s Longest Fiesta

    Nobody in the country celebrates fiestas like the Kapampangans in Angeles City. The Fisetang Kuliat is not only grand, but is the longest fiesta in the country. Celebrated during the whole month of October, the Fiestang Kuliat is jam-packed with events and activities, such as three feast day celebrations, an epic street party, pageants, and […]

  • 5 Foods You Have to Try in Pampanga

    Visitors Info 08/10/2015

    If you’re in Luzon and you’re up for a food adventure, your first choice of destination should be nothing else but the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, Pampanga. This province has a lot to offer for those who are willing to be at risk of food coma.  From delectable appetizers, mouthwatering dishes, to delightful desserts, […]

  • An Encounter with Pampanga

    Visitors Info 15/09/2015

    About Pampanga Known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, Pampanga is located at the central part of Region III. It is nestled in between five other provinces— Tarlac and Nueva Ecija to its north, Bulacan to it’s east, and Bataan and Zambales to its West. The province has a land area of about 850 […]

  • All Green Lights for Clark Green City

    Business, Visitors Info 15/09/2015

    All Green Lights for Clark Green City CLARK, Pampanga—The Clark Green City is continuously materializing as firms start to bid for the engineering design of the road networks of the master planned urban development here in Pampanga, according to the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA). The BCDA recently announced that 11 private companies have […]