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Museums, Kamikaze Air field , Food and Mt. Pinatubo

Hosted by the Consul of the Manila Living La Vida Group
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Took place 5 days ago
Sat 18 Nov 06:00 - Sun 19 Nov 21:00

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Cost detail per person:

Php Protected content transportation (2 days)
Php Protected content package that includes: one Protected content accommodation, simple breakfast, simple pack lunch on the trek, Day 2, Nov. 19,2017

NOTE: All other meal expense will be shouldered by each member.

Day 1, Saturday, Nov 18
1. Museo Ning Angeles - it caters to history, art lovers as well as those who are curious about Pampanga’s culture. In this old house, tourists can taste delicious chocolate and sans rival, too, that have no equal! Moreover, guests can see there, outstanding art pieces and photos to learn about the past of captivating Angeles City.

2. This university museum is part of the Center for Kapampangan Studies under the Holy Angel University. The center aims to preserve and promote Kapampangan culture, heritage and language, with the motto: "Be a good Kapampangan to be a better Filipino." Kapampangan is a distinct language spoken in Pampanga, Tarlac and Bataan. The center has a gallery and a library complementing the museum. On display are dioramas, anthropological materials, religious relics, photographs, documents and manuscrips highlighting Pampanga's culture and history. Including the history of the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo

3. Kamikaze West Air Field: marvel at the colorful history of Kamikaze West Air Field – located in Mabalacat, Pampanga. Believe it or not, this airfield was established by the Japanese in Protected content during the time of World War II. They were in combat with the United States forces in the Philippines then, and in Protected content , being defeated, these Japanese warriors left for Taiwan. Thus on the 28th of January in Protected content , the United States of America conquered this airfield along with the entire Clark Field.


3. Air Force City Park: this exemplary spot, also situated in Clark Freeport Zone, has not only helicopters and airplanes that the Philippine Air Force used to have, which are on display in this exquisite park, but it also shares monkey bars and some slides where your children can play and have fun. Air Force City Park is spacious enough as well for joggers or those of you, who would like to take an afternoon stroll as you take lots of pictures that will serve as mementos.

DAY 2, Sunday, Nov 19

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