Angeles City Sights and Landmarks Guide, Philippines
Tourists usually wonder where to savor business and pleasure at the same time.
If you’re en route to the North, you are made captive of not only the eco-stopovers but also man-made infrastructures. They’re all sprouting at what’s called the entertainment hub of Central Luzon where Americans, Asians, Europeans and other foreign visitors celebrate life.
A true angelic city, Angeles gives you a soothing ambience whether you stay overnight at Oasis Hotel or feel so much at home at the Mimosa Leisure Estate. It’s a world-class leisure destination enhanced by some old Mimosa rain trees. Adjacent to it is the 86-hectare Mimosa Gold and Country Club that can make your day especially if you’re a golfing fanatic. Not to miss is the state-of-the-art Holiday Inn accommodation that shall give you access to more than 11 duty free stores and fine dining. Oxford Hotel is another spot for a good night’s rest.
After checking out the establishments at the Clark Freeport Zone and shopping for some wise buys at Duty Free shops, you can appreciate art at Museo ning Angeles and Nepomuceno House and Camalig. If you’re nosier about what was up in the city back in the World War II, go for rounds of archiving at the Center for Kapampangan Studies. The Bayanihan (formerly Astro) Park where the historical “Salakot Arch” can be found is an ideal spot for recreation and amusement; if you want to sweat out, you can jog around.
Catholicism has always been strong; some religious statues and carriages deposited at the Deposito (Post Office Building) are displays to enjoy.
For a safe and fun tour, you might want to say a little prayer at the Holy Rosary Church that’s historically significant. It used to be a military hospital of the US Army from 1899 to 1900. The Holy Family Academy Building is just a few kilometers away, and right before you call it a day, be amazed of the picturesque house of Bale Herencia and discover the controversy behind it. Of course, you will also be interested to spot the Pamintuan House where the first anniversary celebration of the Philippine Republic made a transition. You can also spot the Residence of Angel Pantaleon de Miranda where Angeles’ founders lived.
You will never run out of wows as you tour around Angeles. Great shopping, fine dining, state-of-the-art amusement park and casino, heritage treats, it has it all. What’s in your craving? The city feels for you! You are welcome to enter the gates anytime of the year.
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