Angeles City Travel GuideEdit This The best resource for sights, hotels, restaurants, bars, what to do and see
This Angeles City Travel Guide will help you find the best tourist destinations in the northern part of the
Philippines. This serves as your guide on what are the must-see, must-do
and must-visit attractions in this marvelous city in Pampanga, as well as how to get there, where to stay and what to eat.
Angeles City is easily accessible by land and air. You can take a plane from any point in the Philippines to the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA). Several airlines like Air Asia, Tiger Airways, South East Asian Airlines, and Cebu Pacific operate regular flights to Angeles City. The airport is located 5 km away from Angeles City, and you can take the bus, taxi or jeepney to get to the city. This will cost you $5 to $7. If you want to travel by land you can take the bus from Manila to Angeles. You can either ride an ordinary or air-conditioned bus. This journey will last for 1 1/2 hour to 2 hours.
Angeles City has good numbers of decent and affordable accommodation for business and leisure travelers alike. If you’re looking for cheap room accommodations, go to the Fields Avenue and Perimeter Road. Here you can find decent air-conditioned rooms that cost $9 to $16. If you want better accommodations, try the resorts and hotels around the city, such as the ABC Hotel, Holiday Inn, Fontana Leisure Park and more.
There are lots of things to see and do around Angeles City. Trekking at Mt Pinatubo is one of the most popular activities. Other must-try activities are go-kart racing, aerial tours, parachuting, skydiving, golf and bowling.
Angeles City is known as the culinary center of the Philippines because of its diverse cuisine. If you are on a budget and are looking for cheap yet delicious foods, you can try the small eateries in the streets of Angeles City, which offer Kapampangan delicacies for as low as $1.25 per serving. You can also try the local restaurants like Aling Lucing’s Eatery, Everybody’s Café, Bale Datung, Razon’s, Susie’s Cuisines and Corazon’s. For fine dining, head over to the Red Crab and Seafood Restaurant, Rodizio-Holyday Inn or the Maranao Grill-Oasis Hotel.
Nightlife and Entertainment
There are lots of nightlife and entertainment venues here in Angeles City, most of which are for adults, as cabarets, casinos and night clubs are very popular here. However, if you are looking for tamer entertainment, you can try the karaoke bars like Wishing Well Music Lounge, R&B Music Venue and Whythaus Grill & KTV.
April 08, 2010 change by kwalker