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Angeles City is derived from El Pueblo de los Ángeles or “The Town of the Angels” in honor of its patron saints as well as its founder, Don Ángel Pantaleón de Miranda. The city is divided into 33 barangays and manages itself separately from Pampanga. The city experiences a dry season from November through April and a wet season from May through October.

There is a multitude of cultural and historical sites. Also, the city houses Korea Town (a chain of Korean establishments), woodcarving establishments, a central entertainment district (PAGCOR and the infamous red light district, Fields Avenue) as well as public markets that attract people from nearby towns.

Angeles City is one of the centers for business, entertainment, fitness, food and industry in Central Luzon.

Local Attractions

(045) 322-7453, (045) 888-0309

Santo Rosario Street, Angeles City

Monday-Saturday 6:00 AM, Sunday 6:00 AM and 8:00 AM

Carmelite Monastery

(045) 624-5960, (045) 624-5966

Friendship Circumferential Road, Barangay Cutcut, Angeles City

Where the grandeur that was Rome and the glory that was Greece find the expression in the tropics of classical statuaries and imperial ruins dotting the undulating… Read more »

0917-324-1207

Sto. Rosario St., Angeles City

The Holy Rosary Parish used to be called Santo Rosario Church, today fondly called by locals as “Pisambang Maragul” (Big Church) stands in the epicenter of the old Culiat town,… Read more »

M.A. Roxas Highway Extension MacArthur Hwy, Angeles City

Always Open

Located in front of Clark main gate and formerly known as Astro Park, Bayanihan Park is a beehive of activities everyday from basketball, volleyball to kite flying…. Read more »

0905-330-1013, 0918-459-8488

Jose P Laurel Ave, Angeles

Monday-Sunday 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM

Deca Clark Wakeboard Park is located in Margot, Angeles city behind the perimeter wall of Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga. There are two entry points going to Clark –… Read more »