Once you have booked your flight to Clark, go through these top experiences in Clark that are surely not to be missed:
Top things to see
Right on the edge of the former American parade grounds, Clark Museum has well preserved its details of the history of Clark starting from the year 1901 including military memorabilia, photos and displays on Mt Pinatubo’s dramatic eruption. You also get to see the historic barns built by the US military for their accommodation.
This architectural marvel stands tall at Clark Freeport Zone and symbolizes the US – Philippines friendship.
US Memorial Cemetery
Opened to the public in 1950, this cemetery has the remains of 8,000 plus soldiers from the wars. You will find that this is the only site to hoist the Philippines and American flag together at the same place.
This is the only theatre in Clark that was constructed in 1953 and has staged numerous cultural and art shows till then.
Monument of Col. John Stotsenburg, President Manuel Roxas Marker, Flagpole and Former Office of the Commander of the 13th US Air Force are the other popular historical places to visit.
What to Eat
Cottage Kitchen Café for Cajun and Creole-style cuisine. The best part if that the venue doubles up as a live jazz lounge in the night.
Koko Buri for fried chicken.
Iguana’s for margaritas and beer-battered fish tacos.
The Grill (Fontana) for its certified Angus Beef with premium wines.