Philippines Holy Week 2016 Easter Sunday is 27th March

2016 Holy Week in Philippines is from 25th to 27th March this year and thousands of Manila families travel north during Easter Holidays; hotels and resorts Angeles City and Clark are almost fully booked; tourism advises visitors to get their packages now.

Several well-known leisure establishments in Clark have announced special Holy Week and Easter Holiday packages, deals and treats to welcome visitors from Manila as well as tourists arriving in the Clark International Airport – DMIA – to spend Easter Holidays in the Philippines.

Special packages and deals this Holy Week in Clark for resort and hotel accommodation as well as egg hunt picnics by the beautiful lake in Clark are out. These Holy Week and Easter packages are designed to make it very convenient and stress free for Manila families to get out of town to relax and unwind in the peaceful and laidback ambience of Clark Freeport in Pampanga.

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Philippines Clark Freeport is home to the international airport DMIA and several world-class golf courses and casinos. Resorts in Clark Pampanga are generally regarded by event organizers and schools to be the best venue destination for school trips, outings, family picnics or just a good and safe place for kids to enjoy themselves in the outdoors.
Interestingly and not necessarily a well-known fact even among residents in Manila, Clark Pampanga is also home to some of the finest restaurants in the Philippines. That may not be all that surprising considering that the cuisine of Pampanga is generally revered by foodies in the Philippines. Among the top restaurants in Pampanga is award-winning YATS Restaurant located inside Mimosa Golf and Leisure Estate of Clark Philippines. In addition to great food, a fabulous dining room and wonderfully attentive service, this restaurant in Clark offers the best restaurant wine list in the Philippines with over 2500 selections of wine from all wine regions and many vintage selections dating back 50 years or more. The best part of it all is the prices of both food and wine are surprisingly attractive, lower than what we find when dining out in a good restaurant in Manila.
So next time you find yourself going to Clark for golf, for business, to visit friends and family or just to get away from the chaos, stress and pollution of Manila, make time to enjoy the other aspects of this Freeport city. Clark Pampanga has a lot more to offer than meets the eye.

If you are driving, don’t forget to take the ScTex connection that takes you straight into Clark without going through Angeles City. And once in Clark, observe traffic rules at all times. Yes, enforcement here is strict but polite.

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