Perfect Half-way Home from the Metro, find out the versatility of the province! Make Pampanga a destination that you and your family should spend time in, you’ll find that it’s more than meets the eye. It’s like discovering a timeless treasure.
A perfect half-way home in the North, a few hours escape from the hustle and bustle of big cities. Being known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, Pampanga way more than just that, the province has many sides to it. It is more than just a place you would stopover for a couple of hours before heading on to other parts of Luzon like Zambales, Bataan, or even Metro Manila.
It’s like living in a City and in a Province at once.
It’s currently one of the several provinces that are easily accessible to visit given the situation. Plus, it is so near the city that it won’t require you to stay that long. Not unless you want to. Let’s explore Pampanga, who might know, you may not leave the province once you visit.
A little flashback of the past:
The name La Pampanga was given by the Spaniards, who encountered natives living along the banks (pampáng- meaning river banks) of the Pampanga River. Its creation in 1571 makes it the first Spanish province on Luzon Island. Pampanga was one of eight provinces placed under martial law for rebellion against the Spanish Empire (Philippine Revolution of 1896); it is thus represented on the Philippine national flag as one of the eight rays of the sun.
A colourful and strong history is what makes Pampanga. History buffs will also enjoy exploring the Clark Museum, Nayong Pilipino, and the Museo Ning Angeles.
Forwarding to the present time, the province is rising into new heights being surrounded with building and infrastructure developments. Road networks made more accessible. Listed are few of the promising developments:
One of Pampanga’s pride is its accessibility to Metro Manila and the rest of Luzon. It can be reached via North Luzon Expressway (NLEx), Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) as well as MacArthur Highway and Jose Abad Santos Avenue, which traverse through the province’s 19 towns and three cities.
Who doesn’t know sisig? The Kapampangan kitchen is the biggest and widely used room in the traditional Kapampangan household. Food varies from exotic to authentic. Sisig, Betute and Camaru, Buro or Balo-Balo, Murcon and Tocino to name a few amazing dishes you should try upon visiting the province.
Are you an Overseas Filipino Worker who just recently got back in the country? Are you planning for a perfect get away? Are you an adventure seeker looking for wonderful place? Pampanga is the perfect place to take your family, friends and special someone for that much-needed time together, experience a remarkable adventure.
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