Pampanga Convention and Visitors Bureau

General Tourism Information

The earliest settlers of this province already called their thriving communities Pampanga, after the river (that the Spanish colonizers only later named as the Rio Grande de la Pampanga) on the banks (pampang literally means “river bank”) of which the first Kapampangans (pioneering Malays and Indonesians) established and nurtured their way of life, industry, government— in short, civilization. During the Spanish regime Pampanga was already considered as one of the richest Philippine provinces. Even Manila and surrounding regions were then very much dependent on Pampanga’s agricultural, fishery, and forestry products as well as on the supply of skilled workers and breed of courageous, intelligent, spiritual, and artistic nation builders. Up to this day, Pampanga—the place, its people, and their passions—continue to make an indelible mark on the country’s unfolding social, cultural, and economic tapestry.

Pampanga is best known for its cuisine— a rich blending of many racial influences (Malay, Chinese, Spanish) adapted to indigenous resources of land and water— and for the culinary expertise that its people proudly exhibit, earning for the province the appellation, “The Culinary Center of the Philippines.” No other people in this country are so palatably profuse in serving the fruits of their labor in celebration of not only the positive events in their lives (such as marriages, births, reunions, good harvests, and victories) but even life-challenging episodes (to honor the dead or to recall the lessons of defeat or calamity).

The religiosity of the Kapampangan is a feat to match. Town churches still retain much of their original magnificence because of the people’s dedication to preserve these over the centuries or rebuild them from the ravages of wars or natural catastrophes. The expression of faith in the province peaks in surreal proportions during the lenten season— when streets teem with flagellants, barangays are filled with the strains of the puni (venue of the pabasa, the singing or chanting of the Biblical passion of Christ), and the capital City of San Fernando is thronged by devotees and tourists to witness the annual re-enactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

The Kapampangans’ innate good nature, patience, and fine sensibilities easily show in their crafts and trade. A lot of skill and soul goes into the execution and completion of the giant Christmas lanterns of the capital City of San Fernando, the potteries and jars of Sto. Tomas, the knives and bolos of Apalit, the wood carvings and furniture of Betis, the rattan-woven products of Angeles City, the religious sculptures of Macabebe, and so on.

Because of its fertile land, Pampanga produces the best and biggest yield of rice, corn, sugar cane, vegetables, and fruit crops in these parts. While its waters (creeks, swamps, springs, fishponds) are a prolific source of tilapia, milkfish, mudfish, and prawn. Complementing such bounty are its vast natural resources (forestlands and clay, sand, and gravel deposits), from which are drawn ideal raw materials for most of the province’s and the country’s vital building and infrastructure needs.

While the picturesque landscape and clean environment attract local and foreign vacationers and tourists year-round to the province’s many nature and recreation parks, such as the Arayat National Park and its picnic and swimming facilities, the Candaba swamps for migratory birdwatching, the rugged natural terrains of Porac, and the breathtaking hotspring scenery in Sapangbato, Angeles City.

This is not to say, though, that Pampanga is not without modern recreational amenities, for it houses a booming night life and cosmopolitan haunts like world-class hotels, resorts, casinos, duty free shopping, and golf courses.

Finally, blessed with a strategic location right at the heart of growing markets in the Asia Pacific-Region—a given advantage in today’s global trade and industrialization— Pampanga is up to the challenge of becoming one of the centers of industrial and economic activities in the Philippines. With the presence of an educated, skilled and highly trainable English speaking manpower at competitive rates, excellent infrastructure support, peaceful environment, and a development growth propelled by the strong performance of traditional manufacturing sectors of furniture, ceramics, garments, and handicrafts in the export market, the province is without a doubt a viable investment and business area.

Officers
Angelito Ong (President)
Emely Medina (Vice-President)
Diorela Laus (Secretary)
Angelina Siccion (Treasurer)
Pocholo Jorolan
Ryan Otchengco
Peter de Vera

Directory of Members

Travel by Car

Take the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) from Manila, and one can take the many exits along the expressway – San Simon, San Fernando, Mexico, Angeles and Dau.

For Clark, Porac and Floridablanca, there are exits along the Subic-Clark-Tarlac-Expressway (SCTex).

Travel by Bus

Several bus companies like Victory Liner, Genesis, Bataan Transit, and Philippine Rabbit pass through Pampanga. Just board any bus bound for Balanga, Olongapo City or Baguio City. Ask the driver if the bus will be stopping by your destination in Pampanga.

Victory Liner is located in the following terminals:

Victory Liner, Inc.
Address: 713 Rizal Avenue Extension, Caloocan City
Tel #: (02) 3611506 -10
Price: P99/pax one way

Victory Liner, Inc.
Address: EDSA, Pasay
Tel #: (02) 8335019-20
Price: P114/pax one way

Victory Liner, Inc.
Address: 683 EDSA Cubao, Quezon City
Tel #: (02) 7274688
Price: P99/pax one way
Victory Liner bus terminals in Pampanga are located in:

Victory Liner
Address: Robinsons Starmills, San Fernando, Pampanga
Mobile: (0922) 8735627
Fare: P99/pax (going to Cubao and Caloocan); P114/pax (going to Pasay)

Victory Liner
Address: Dau Terminal, Dau, Pampanga
Mobile: (0922) 8735628
Fare: P99/pax (going to Cubao and Caloocan); P114/pax (going to Pasay)

Travel by Air

None

Travel by Sea

None

Bus
Take the provincial bus lines (Victory Liner), and ask if they are passing by your destination.

FX
One can take an FX from the SM San Fernando terminal to get around the city. Flag down rate of one FX is P30

Jeepney
San Fernando and Angeles abound with jeepneys, charging about P7 for the first four kilometers within city limits.

Tricycle
Tricycle drivers charge around P20/pax to get around the cities of San Fernando and Angeles.

Kalesa
If you want to tour San Fernando city through a kalesa, prepare an amount of P20 plus tip.

Taxi
Taxis usually charge P100 minimum fee.

Others

Festivals

Apu Iro Fluvial Procession
Address: Apalit, Pampanga
When: June 28 to 30
What to see: The water festival is marked by the transfer, via a procession, of a centuries-old ivory image of St. Peter or Apu Iro from a in Sulipan to the town Church. The same religious icon will be brought back to the chapel via a boat parade along the Rio Grande de Pampanga.
(Source: www.ivanhenares.com)

El Circulo Fernandino
Address: San Fernando, Pampanga
When: First Saturday of May
What to see: The El Circulo Fernandino is the annual reception and ball of San Fernando City, Pampanga to open the fiesta celebrations culminating on May 30. It is one of the most prestigious social events in Pampanga where, as in the olden days, women would flaunt their best jewelry, gowns and ternos, and men would elegantly dress in their best pina barongs, and dance the night away. El Circulo Fernandino is the oldest surviving social club in Pampanga. Formed sometime 1920, it was an organization for the social elite of San Fernando. Its precursor was the La Gente Alegre de San Fernando (The Merry Folks). (Source Wikipedia.com)

Giant Lantern Festival
Address: San Fernando, Pampanga
When: Saturday a week before Christmas Eve
What to see: The festival features a competition of giant lanterns that paved the way for the City of San Fernando to be named the “Christmas Capital of the Philippines”

Piestang Tugak (San Fernando Frog Festival)
Address: San Fernando, Pampanga
When: 1st week of October
What to see: Pampanga honors its most exotic dish yet—frog. Activities include paduasan – a frog catching competition using traditional methods, various culinary events featuring Pampanga’s unique frog cuisine like betute or stuffed frog, and the frog Olympics.

San Pedro Cutud Lenten Rites
Address: Brgy. San Pedro Cutud, San Fernando, Pampanga
When: Good Friday
What to see: The festival is the reenactment of the Passion and Death of Jesus Christ, which culminates with the actual nailing of at least three participants to a wooden cross atop a makeshift Calvary.

Sinukwan Festival
Address: San Fernando, Pampanga
When: 1st week of December
What to see: The Sinukwan Festival is celebrated in honor of Aring Sinukwan, god of the ancient Kapampangans. It relives the Kapampangan spirit with a week-long calendar of cultural revivals capped by a grand street-dance parade in the streets of San Fernando, with towns outdoing each other to the tune of “Atin Cu Pung Singsing.”

(Source: www.wikipedia.com)

Events

Luxury

Mid-Range

Hotel Gracelane
Address: San Agustin, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9613696/ (045) 8606060
Fax #: (045) 9617169
Mobile: 09189418608
Email: info@hotelgracelane.com
Website: www.hotelgracelane.com.
Standard room: P1,600/night (with breakfast)
Check-in: 1pm
Check-out: 12nn

Hotel Victoria (Victoria Court)
Address: Mc Arthur Hi -Way, Sindalan, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9613785/ (045) 9615387
Fax #: (045) 9617808
Website: www.victoriacourt.biz
Standard room: P1,595/night (with breakfast)
Check-in: Anytime
Check-out: Depends on check-in time

King’s Royal Hotel & Leisure Park
Address: Olongapo-Gapan Road, Bacolor, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9617000 / (045) 9610325
Fax #:(045) 9610325
Email: kingsroyalhotel_ph@yahoo.com
Website: www.kingsroyalehotelleisurepark.com
Standard room: P1,680/night (with breakfast)
Check-in: 1pm
Check-out: 12nn

Sogo Hotel
Address: Lagundi, Mexico, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9663423/ (045) 9667646
Fax #: (045) 6245570
Standard room: P1,000/night
Check-in: Anytime
Check-out: Depends on check-in time

Budget

Lewana Lodge
Address: Zone 1 Ramar Village, San Agustin, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9612797
Fax#: (045) 9633604
Email: lewanalodge@yahoo.com
Standard room: P730
Check-in: Anytime
Check-out: Depends on check-in time

Miyabe Court
Address: Lazatin Boulevard, City Of San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9616059
Fax #: (045) 9616060
Standard room: P814/night
Check-in: Anytime
Check-out: Depends on check-in time

Villa Filipina Hotel and Motel
Address: Magdalena Subdivision, Sto. Nino, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9614604/ (045) 9614402/ (045) 8602407
Standard room: P595/night
Check-in: Anytime
Check-out: Depends on check-in time

Fine Dining

Abe’s Farm
Address: 98 Livestock Village, Brgy. Ayala, Magalang, Pampanga
Tel #: (02) 5068141

Fortune Hongkong Seafoods Restaurant Co
Address: Olongapo-Gapan Road, McArthur Hiway, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9612855/ (045) 9617832
Fax #: (045) 9612855
Category: Fine dining
Price range per person: P210 to P1,200
Operating hours: 10am to 10pm

Casual Dining

Aone Restaurant
Address: Corner Jose Abad Santos Avenue, Lazatin Boulevard, San Juan, San Fernando, Pampanga

Akim Restaurant
Address: General Hizon Avenue, Santa Lucia, San Fernando
Tel #: (045) 9633228
Email: akim.restaurant@yahoo.com
Type of food served: Chinese, Filipino
Price range per person: P200 to P300
Operating hours: 9am to 9pm

Bale Capampangan Restaurant
Address: Mc Arthur Highway, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

Cinco De Mayo Mexican Restaurant
Address: Greenfields Compound, Sindalan, San Fernando
Tel #: (045) 8613582
Mobile: (0932) 9598882
Email: kenallen_20@yahoo.com
Category: Casual dining
Type of food served: Mexican
Price range per person: P130 to P250
Operating hours: 11am to 11pm

Cookbook Kitchen-San Fernando, Pampanga Branch
Address: Greenfields Square Km. 76, McArthur HighWay, Sindalan, San Fernando, Pampanga

Everybody’s Café
Address: Del Pilar, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 8601121/ (045) 8870361
Email: everybodyscafé@gmail.com
Type of food served: Kapampangan
Price range per person: P300 to P550
Operating hours: 7am to 8:30pm

Herbs & Greens Restaurant
Address: McArthur Highway, Telabastagan, Pampanga

Jor-Maz Restaurant
Address: Lazatin Boulelvard, Villa Victoria, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

Jun-Jun’s Bibingka & Chicken Barbecue
Address: Dolores, City Of San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9613415
Type of food served: Filipino
Price range per person: P78 to P237
Operating hours: 9:30am to 11pm

Kublihan Grill & Restaurant
Address: Block 80 Lot 1, Bulaon, San Fernando
Tel #: (045) 8603483

Lgc Foods Inc -Max Restaurant
Address: Gapan Olongapo Highway, Villa Del Sol, San Juan, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 8606857

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme Restaurant
Address: Robinsons Starmills, San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga

Q-One Diners Café Inc.
Address: Mac Arthur Hi-Way, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

Rice & Noodle Restaurant & Café
Address: Eastgate Citywalk, San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga

Sf Jojo’s Place Bibingka
Address: Lazatin Boulevard, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

Spasso Restaurant
Address: 089 Perpetual Help St., Dolores Homesite Ext. 2, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

Sushi-Ya Japanese Restaurant
Address: Sm City Pampanga, San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga
Price range per person: P200 to P499

Tita Siok Fastfood & Restaurant
Address: Dolores, San Fernando Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9630698

The Red Richshaw Restaurant
Address: Greenfields Square, San Fernando, Pampanga

World Chicken House
Address: Unit 5 Northwalk Ii, Jose Abad Santos Avenue, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

Funfood & Partyland & Party Place
Address: Dolores, San Fernando

Holidayland
Address: Gapan-Olongapo Road, Pampanga

Fastfood

McDonald’s
Dau Mabalacat, Pampanga

McDonald’s
San Fernando, Pampanga

McDonald’s
SM San Fernando, Pampanga

McDonald’s
Petron Lakeshore

Local Favorites

Aurely’s
Address: B. Mendoza Street, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9615607
Type of food served: Filipino
Price range per person: P15 to P100
Operating hours: 7:30am to 7pm

Aurely’s
Address: San Agustin, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9611006/ (045) 9635726
Type of food served: Filipino
Price range per person: P15 to P100
Operating hours: 7:30am to 7pm

Kabigting
Address: Paralaya, Arayat, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 6301219
Mobile: (0919) 3936626
Email: kabigtinghalo2@yahoo.com
Price per glass of halu-halo: P55
Operating hours: 7am to 9pm

Nathaniel’s
Address: Km 69 Olongapo-Gapan Road, Dolores City, San Fernando Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9614008/ (045) 9617171
Price range per person: P20 to P95
Operating hours: 9am to 7pm (Mon to Sat)

Razon’s
Address: Guagua Pampanga

Susie’s Cuisine
Address: Unit 5 Northwalk 2, O-G Road, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 8880034
Price range per person: P50 to P100

Operating hours: 7am to 7pm

Beaches

Adventure

Arts & Culture

Historic Center of San Fernando

Consunji House
Address: Consunji Street, San Fernando, Pampanga
Current owner: Antonio F. Consunji
What to see: This is the residence of Don Antonio Consunji Gobernadorcillo of San Fernando in 1892. He was removed from office by Spanish authorities because of his supposed presence during Jose Rizal’s visit to San Fernando in June 1892. He became the Presidente Municipal of San Fernando during the Philippine Revolution from 1898 to 1899.

Cuyugan Residence
Address: Del Pilar, San Fernando, Pampanga
Current owner: Vivencio Cuyugan Jr.
What to see: This is the home of Mayor Vivencio B. Cuyugan, the First Socialist Mayor of the Philippines. It also served as the Municipal Hall during the Japanese occupation of San Fernando

Dayrit-Cuyugan Residence
Address: McArthur Highway, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga
Current owner: Evelyn Rodriguez Candelaria
What to see: Built by the couple Joaquin Dayrit and Maria Paz Cuyugan in 1920, it is another example of the architecture prevalent during the American colonial period.

Dayrit -Galang Residence
Address: Consunji Street, San Fernando, Pampanga
Current owner: Edwin Dayrit
What to see: Amando Dayrit Galang, columnist and literary genius, was born in this house on February 6, 1912 to Florentino Dayrit Singian and Juana Galang Y Gatchalian. He became famous for his tribune column “Good Morning Judge,” a pre-war series of political criticism.

First Concrete Pavement Marker- Baluyut Bridge
Address: General Hizon Avenue, San Fernando, Pampanga
What to see: Formerly known as Puente Colgante, it was reconstructed in 1896 using iron and stone. It was replaced in 1928 by a reinforced concrete arch bridge design by Sotero Baluyut, who was at that time finishing his bachelor’s degree thesis at the University of Iowa in 1909. The bridge serves as the only link of Manila with the rest of Northern Luzon. It was restored in 2003.

Henson-Hizon House
Address: V. Tiomico Street, San Fernando Pampanga
What to see: Built by the couple Saturnino Henson and Maria Lacson in the late 19th century, it is another example of the bahay na bato.

Hizon-Singian Mansion
Address: Consunji Street, San Fernando
What to see: Built by the couple Capitan Anacleto Hizon and Victoria Singian de Miranda, it served as headquarters of Spanish General Antonio Ruiz Serralde during the Philippine Revolution, as a military hospital and barracks during the Japanese Occupation, and as headquarters to American General Walter Krueger during the liberation period. It is a perfect example of the bahay na bato.

Lazatin Residence
Address: Consunji Street, San Fernando, Pampanga
What to see: Built by the couple Serafin Lazatin and Encarnacion Singian in 1925, it served as the residence of Japanese General Masahru Homma during the Japanese occupation of San Fernando. It exemplifies the architecture prevalent during the American colonial period.

Nicolasa Dayrit Panlilio Monument
Address: V. Tiomico St., San Fernando, Pampanga
Current owner: Archt. Don Pablo Panlilio
What to see: Nicolasa Dayrit is famous for embroidering and sewing the flag of the Pampanga Batallion of the Philippine Revolutionary forces. She also initiated a group of women to go in between General Antonia Luna and General Tomas Mascardo.

Ocampo-Hizon House
Address: Consunji Street, San Fernando, Pampanga
What to see: This is the house where Fernando Ocampo Hizon, pioneer of the modern Filipino Architecture, was born.

San Fernando Train Station
Address: Sto. Nino, San Fernando, Pampanga
What to see: Inaugurated on February 23, 1892 by Manila Dagupan of Manila Railroad Company, this is where Jose Rizal debarked to visit his friends in San Fernando. During the Death March in April 1942, it was the ending point of the long walk from Bataan from where Filipino and American prisoners of war were carted to Capas, Tarlac en route to their final destination, Camp O’ Donnell, Tarlac.

Tabacalera House
Address: Consunji Street, San Fernando, Pampanga
Current owner: Marco Lazatin
What to see: The house was built by Tabacalera for its representative Don Ramon Lopez. During the WWII, it was appropriated by the Japanese Imperial army to serve as headquarters of the Kempeitai from 1943 to 1944. This central house also exemplifies the architecture prevalent during the American Colonial Period.

Santos-Hizon House
Address: Consunji Street, San Fernando, Pampanga
Current owner: Frederick C. Hizon
What to see: This house was built at the turn of the century by the couple Teodoro Santos and Africa Ventura. This is another example of the architecture prevalent during the American Colonial Period.

Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Historical Landmark
Lubao, Pampanga

Pilgrimage

Bacolor Church
Address: Bacolor, Pampanga
What to see: What used to be the largest Church in Pampanga, Bacolor Church or San Guillermo Church is now half-buried deep in the ground. It houses restored retablos painstakingly excavated from volcanic ashes.

Betis Church
Address: Guagua, Pampanga
What to see: Built in the 18th century by the Augustinians, Betis Church is otherwise known as the “Sistine Chapel of the Philippines” because of the beautiful paintings on its ceiling dating back to the early 20th century. The church boasts of the most beautiful retablo in Pampanga, considered the best in Central Luzon.

San Fernando Cathedral
Address: Consunji Street, San Fernando, Pampanga
What to see: Built by the Agustinian, the first church under the patron Saint of Ferdinand, 1755. Sebastian Moreno, QSA was the first priest 1788. The church made of stone and bricks in 1788-1888, under Nuestra Senora De La Asuncion. The church and convento were burned by the Philippine Revolutionary Army on orders of General Antonia Luna 1899. It was again destroyed by a big fire I 1939 and later restored by Arch. Fernando Ocampo, then became the Cathedral of San Fernando in 1948.

Lubao Church
Address: Lubao, Pampanga
What to see: Also known as St. Augustine’s church, it was first built in 1572 in barrio Santa Catalina by Fr. Juan Gallegos. Due to annual floods in the area, it was moved to its present site thirty years later. An Augustinian priest and architect, Fr. Antonio Herrera, constructed this parish church in 1614-1630 out of locally made bricks and sand mixed in egg albumen provided by the people of Lubao. The church was occupied by Philippine revolutionary forces in 1898. In 1899, it was used also as a hospital by American soldiers and in 1942, it was damaged by Japanese shelling. Under the direction of Fr. Melencio Garcia and other priests, it was repaired in 1949to 1952. The church is 82.45 meters long and 21.12 meters wide.

Parks & Recreation

Candaba Bird Sanctuary
Address: Candaba Viaduct along North Luzon Expressway
What to see: Birdwatchers flock to the Candaba Bird most especially from October to February when migratory birds escape the winter winds of China and Siberia.

Mt. Arayat National Park
Address: Mount Arayat, Pampanga
What to see: It is a picnic site featuring lush foliage, natural waterfalls, two swimming pools, and a countless variety of unique and interesting flora and fauna.

Theme Parks

Wellness

ATT Club Spa
Address: Lazatin Boulevard Villa Victoria, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9639340

Ayurveda Spa (Body Massage & Foot Spa For Men And Women)
Address: Rufina Building, McArthur Highway, Sindalan, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 6364004

Banahaw Heals Spa
Address: General Hizon Street Poblacion, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (0928) 3706060

Body Factor Spa And Body Massage
Address: 2/F Gopia Building Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 8613494

Dermbar Spa & Skin Clinic
Address: St. Ferdinand Building, B. Mendoza Street, San Fernando, Pampanga

Essensa Spa and Aroma
Address: Unit 202 T & M2 Building, Sindalan, San Fernando, Pampanga

Eucorpora Wellness Spa
Address: Jesusa Subdivision Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 8610884

Hilcres Consolidated Corporation
Address: 2nd Floor Bendix Building McArthur Highway, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 8600196

Golf

Tours

Others

Malls

Robinson’s Starmills
Address: Olongapo-Gapan Road, Brgy. San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga

SM City Pampanga
Address: Brgy. San Jose, San Fernando City
Tel #: (045) 9637681-85
Email: smppmarketing@smsupermalls.com

Local Delicacies

Arts & Crafts

Souvenir Items

Fresh Market

Guagua Public Market
What to buy: Fresh seafood
San Fernando Public Market
What to buy: Veggies, meat, seafood

Flea Market

Marina Arcade
Address: Dau, Pampanga
Items sold: military gear and PX goods

Convenience Stores

Pharmacy

Mercury Drug
Address: Olongapo-Gapan Road, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9610501/ (045) 9633127
Operating hours: Open 24 Hours

Others

Bars & Pubs

Live Bands

Casinos

Cultural Shows

Karaoke

Others

Tourist Information Centers

Pampanga Conventions and Visitors Bureau
Address: c/o Everybody’s Café Brgy. Del Pilar, San Feernando, Pampanga
Mobile: (0917) 2454834
Email: poch168@gmail.com

Tour Guides

Travel Agencies

78th Journey Travel Agency
Address: 2nd Floor, MNM Building, McArthur Highway, Sindalan, San Fernando, Pampanga

Air Fairy Travel & Tours
Address: Greenville Subdivision, San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9618974

Biltes Travel And Tours
Address: Kalayaan Village, Quebiawan, San Fernando, Pampanga

Blue Voyage Travel Services
Address: Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9615339/ (045) 9632209

Caerus Travel & Tours
Address: Unit 219 GP Arcadia, McArthur Highway, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

Citron Travel & Tours
Address: Greenfields Square, McArthur Highway, Sindalan, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 4551574
Mobile: (0917) 5104586

Dpm Travel And Tours
Address: 1021 10th Avenue, Unisite Subdivison, Del Pilar, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9616194

Dynasty Travel & Tours
Address: Stall # 14 Philhealth Building, Lazatin Boulevard, San Agustin, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9612320

E-Jem Travel, Tours And Consultancy Agency
Address: Corner Mabini Malvar, Lourdes, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9632377

Equatorial Tours & Travel
Address: 2/F J. Lagman Building, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

First Air Tours & Travel
Address: Landmark Building, Quebiawan, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9618380

Grandjoy Travel & Tours
Address: St. Kolbe Estate 1, Hawaiian Palm, Saguin, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 4551632

Isiah Travel & Tours
Address: 532 Lot 2, Dela Paz, San Fernando, Pampanga

Majea Travel & Tours Corp.
Address: Olongapo Gapan Road Intersection, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9618193

Mega Line Travel Agency
Address: Capitol Compound, Subdivision Santo Niño, San Fernando, Pampanga

Nidel Management Services, Inc.
Address: 2nd Floor LC Building, Jasa, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

Petri’j Constrade Inc.
Address: Landmark Building, Pulungbulu, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9618974

RFVS Travel and Tours
Address: G/F City Central Terminal Transport, San Juan, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 8614037

Rfvs Travel & Tours
Address: Mc Arthur Highway, Dolores, San Fernando Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 8614037/ (045) 9631885

Skysales Ravel & Tours
Address: 201 A 2nd level SM City, San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 8897337
Mobile: (0922) 8344381

Tonka Travel and Allied Trading Corporation
Address: Level 1, Robinsons Starmill, San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 8752112

Tonka Travel and Allied Trading Corporation
Address: V Tiomico Street Poblacion, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9610778

Traveldotcom Travel & Tours
Address: Stall # 14 Philhealth Building, Lazatin Boulevard. San Agustin, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9636336

Travelport Tour & Travel
Address: Level 2 Lot 2, 123 Robinsons Starmills, San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 6363592/ (045) 8752342

Vongola Travel & Tours Agency
Address: 2nd Floor J. Lagman Building, Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

Post Office / Courier Service

Air21
Address: Robinsons Starmills, San Fernando, Pampanga

Air21
Address: SM City, San Fernando, Pampanga

DHL
Address: Robinsons Starmills, San Fernando, Pampanga

DHL
Address: SM City, San Fernando, Pampanga

LBC
Address: Robinsons Starmills, San Fernando, Pampanga

LBC
Address: SM City, San Fernando, Pampanga

Hospitals

Apalit Doctors’ Hospital
San Juan, Apalit, Pampanga

ASCCOM-DLSUMC Frienship Hospital
San Juan, Apalit, Pampanga

Balitucan District Hospital
San Pablo, Magalang, Pampanga

Diosdado P. Macapagal Memorial Hospital
San Matias, Guagua, Pampanga

E. D. Lim Maternity and General Hospital
San Vicente, Apalit, Pampanga

Escolastica Romero District Hospital
San Nicolas 1st, Lubao, Pampanga

Jimenez Child Clinic
San Fernando, Pampanga

Jose B. Lingad Memorial Hospital
Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

Mabalacat District Hospital
Dau, Mabalacat, Pampanga

Mercy Clinic and Hospital
Santo Niño, Guagua, Pampanga

Morales Medical Clinic
San Isidro, Guagua, Pampanga

Mother Teresa of Calcutta Medical Center
Maimpis, San Fernando, Pampanga

Muñoz Clinic
San Nicolas, San Fernando, Pampanga

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Medical Center
Saguin, San Fernando, Pampanga

Pampanga EENT and General Hospital
San Nicolas, San Fernando, Pampanga

Pampanga Medical Specialist Hospital,
San Antonio, Guagua, Pampanga

Ricardo P. Rodriguez District Hospital
Bulaon, San Fernando, Pampanga

San Fernandino Hospital
Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga

St. Rafael Foundation and Medical Center
Dau, Mabalacat, Pampanga

Tiglao’s General Hospital
San Joaquin, Mabalacat, Pampanga

V. L. Makabali Memorial Hospital, Inc.
B. Mendoza Street, San Fernando, Pampanga

West Pampanga Doctors’ Hospital
Remedios, Lubao, Pampanga

Wilfredo G. Cortez Medical Clinic
Plazang Luma, Arayat, Pampanga

Yabut-Pangan Medical Clinic
Guagua, Pampanga

Banks and ATMs

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Address: McArthur Highway, Apalit, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 6520392
Fax #: (045) 8791324

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Address: Plaza Burgos corner Sto. Cristo Streets, Guagua, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9000510/ (045) 9002380
Fax #: (045) 9002280

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Address: Km 69 McArthur Highway, Dolores, San Fernondo, Pampanga
Tel: (045) 9612097/ (045) 9612493
Fax: (045) 9615134

Banco de Oro
Address: 2nd Dona Isa Fel Building McArthur Highway, Dolores San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel #: (045) 9617342

Vehicle Hire

Others

CLTV 36
3rd Floor, CGIC Building, Jose Abad Santos Avenue, San Fernando City

Highway Dolores
Sevilla bldg., Jemsgille Subd., Dolores City of Pampanga
bluevoy_sfdo@yahoo.com
(045) 860-0305 / 861-2020 / (045) 961-2020

Northwalk Plaza (Jollibee)
Jose Abad Santos Blvd., City of San Fernando
thenorthwalkplaza@yahoo.com
(045) 963-9283 / (045) 961-0971

Northwalk Plaza (Shell)
Jose Abad Santos Blvd., City of San Fernando
thenorthwalkplaza@yahoo.com
(045) 963-9283 / (045) 961-0971

Pampanga Agents Travel Society
Unit 2, Sevilla Building, McArthur Highway, Dolores, San Fernando
Tel #: (045) 8612020/ (045) 9612020
Email: patsociety@yahoogroups.com

The Lakeshore Estate
Km. 71, NLEX, Mexico
(045) 4555253 / (045) 4552234

Fiestang Kapampangan at The Lakeshore
The Lakeshore Estate, KM. 71 Along NLEX, Mexico, Pampanga
May 27, 2011; Friday; 8am to 6pm

PROGRAM
8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Opening of activity
Marching band every hour
Games (sack race, basag palayok, sipa, etc.)
Boating, biking, tram ride

3:00 pm to 4:00pm
Cooking Demo by: Ms. Cherry Tan of Apag Marangle

4:00 pm to 5:00pm
Flair Tending Exhibition by: RCC Students

5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Marching band
Games
END OF ACTIVITY

Partial list of concessionaires:
Adrem, Nail art, Henna tattoo, Tamalis/Puto Seko?, Mang Inasal, Bibingka, Ebike, Apag Marangle.

Meetings and conventions information goes here.

Pampanga Convention and Visitors Bureau Members

HOTELS / RESORTS / LODGING

King’s Royal Hotel & Leisure Park
ESPIRITO, DIVINA DE GRACIA
OIC / General Manager
Olongapo-Gapan Road, Bacolor
kingsroyalhotel_ph@yahoo.com
Tel. Nos: (045) 9617000 / (045) 9610325

Hotel Gracelane
MANGIO, Arch. NESTOR
Manager
San Agustin, San Fernando
info@hotelgracelane.com
Tel. Nos: (045) 9613696 / (045) 8606060

RESTAURANTS / BARS / CAFÉ

Everybody’s Café
JOROLAN, PETRONILA
General Manager
PCJ Everybodys Café Mc. Arthur del Pilar, City of San Fernando
everybodyscafé@gmail.com
Tel. Nos: (045) 8601121 / (045) 8870361

Aling Lucing’s Sisig
Robinson’s Starmills &
SM Food Court

Burger King Pampanga
SM City, San Fernando Pampanga

Northwalk Plaza (Jollibee)
Northwalk Complex, O.G. Road,
City of San Fernando, Pampanga
(N1)+(045) 963-9283 / (N2) (045) 961-0971

Teriyaki Boy
SM City Pampanga

OTHERS

The Lakeshore Estate
TUAZON, ABIGAIL
Event
Km. 71, NLEX, Mexico
Tel. Nos: (045) 4555253 / (045) 4552234

SM City Pampanga
ANTONIO, AVEL
Marketing Asst.
Brgy. San Jose, San Fernando City
smppmarketing@smsupermalls.com
Tel. Nos: (045) 9637681 – 85

Northwalk Plaza (Shell)
MANALOTO, DANILO
Manager
Jose Abad Santos Blvd., City of San Fernando
thenorthwalkplaza@yahoo.com
Tel. Nos: (045) 963-9283 / (045) 961-0971

FARM

Abe’s Farm
Bgy. Ayala, Magalang
Tel. No:(045) 865-1930

MEDIA

CLTV 36
3rd Flr. CGIC Bldg., Jose Abad
Santos Ave., City of San Fernando

TRAVEL AND TOURISM

Pampanga Agents Travel Society
Unit 2 Sevilla Bldg. MacArthur Highway
Dolores, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
(045) 861-2020 / 961-2020
Email address: patsociety@yahoogroups.com

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