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Nayong Pilipino Clark

| Clark Expo, Clark Field, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles City, Luzon 2009, Philippines
+63 45 499 3239
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Best place to visit in Angeles City Philippines

Very interesting and most definitely Angeles best tourist highlight. Entry fee 150 peso Tourguide... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Folklore show

If not for the Folklore show (singing and dancing), it was not worth to visit this place. The... read more

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| Clark Expo, Clark Field, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles City, Luzon 2009, Philippines
+63 45 499 3239
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very interesting and most definitely Angeles best tourist highlight. Entry fee 150 peso Tourguide available and recommended to fully enjoy Nayong. They available at entrance and work for tips. Cultural show with dancers and music start at 1pm and last an hour. Allow three hours...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

If not for the Folklore show (singing and dancing), it was not worth to visit this place. The restaurant facility is non-existing.

Thank esterdellabalda
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

Very educational especially if you're bringing your kids. I like the cultural show in the afternoon. Very entertaining and informative. You can shop around for stuffs that you seldom see in malls such as handi crafts and familiar toys pre gadget generation. Reminds me of...More

3  Thank Anthony A
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

This place has a lot of potential for a bulk field trips. Its boring to come here with just the 2 of you. Unfortunately, most ko its buildings are not open or maybe unfunctional. Stages on each corner may have say that there were shows...More

Thank Josh S
Reviewed 15 March 2017

very nice! i must recommend! good for picture taking! Personally experience the place! Very nice! good for FAMILY and Friends

Thank TripAdvisoM15032017
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

This was the first stop of my son's field trip last month. It's not only a nice park but also educational because you get to learn Filipino history as you stroll inside. Some of the highlights: - Miniature structures like old churches and houses of...More

Thank serendipity1211
Reviewed 5 March 2017 via mobile

Entrance fee is 150/head (adult rate), not sure for children and senior citizen. Went on a Sunday and felt sad that there weren't many tourists... most of the food stalls inside were closed too. The whole place is not very big but I'm not disappointed...More

1  Thank helbanes
Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

If u wanna go there, u needa take jeepney and off at parkson duty free shop, then walk all the way there (ard 15 mins). But, it's quite hard to flag a jeepney back to the Main Gate, so, u may need some luck.

Thank Veronique T
Reviewed 11 February 2017 via mobile

Big, free parking Entrance fee is 150 per head Don't expect to see replicas of Mt Mayon, Banawe Rice Terraces, Mt Taal, Chocolate hills etc but they have replicas of Rizal, Aguinaldo & Mabini's houses & Aetas' & Ifugaos' villages Walking tour is safe even...More

Thank wengM18
Reviewed 23 January 2017 via mobile

This is a must see spot in Pampanga. It showcases the whole Philippines and it's culture. It can also travel you back in time. Truly a great artwork. I truly appreciate all the efforts that people put behind Nayong Filipino. It should be seen not...More

1  Thank Mitz M
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Chasz B
1 May 2017|
Response from silat12016 | Reviewed this property |
Go to the SM mall and they usually have shuttles running that route.. Or check with your hotel and see if they have a shuttle service.. Its out near the old riding stables area of CAB and on the road that leads out to... More
Rica G
9 February 2017|
Response from sojournerchild | Reviewed this property |
For me, the Cons in going to Nayong Pilipino are the following: Transportation - I suggest you rent/use your own car going there than commuting. When to go - It is surely be better if you go there in the cold months to make... More