Top Hotspots in Clark, Philippines
2015 09 / 08
Clark Freeport , Philippines - The emerging international hotspot

The former US Air Force base in the Philippines, has become an international tourism and business travel hub, attracting travelers from around the world. It is located about 5 minutes away from Clark International Airport with regular domestic flights to and from Cebu City and international direct flights to Doha, Incheon, Macau, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur. About less than 2 hours drive from north of Metro Manila via NLEX, 45 minutes going to Subic via SCTEX, and less than 3 hours to Baguio City via TPLEX. Aside from Clark Freeport’s accessibility, it is also blessed with a beautiful landscape and well-developed infrastructures. One can enjoy the various activities nearby that sports-enthusiasts guests will love, such as:  Wakeboarding, Frisbee, Swim, Bike, Run and Golf. Explorers may also visit  Clark Museum and Nayong PilipinoPuning Hot Spring & Restaurant , Paradise Ranch, Clark Dinosaurs Island and El Kabayo Riding Stables . For guests who are car enthusiasts,  Clark International Speedway and Classic Speed are highly recommended while  shoppers can visit SM City Clark and Duty Free Shops which are just around the area. Clark Freeport is also home of world-class casinos and the original home of Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta. Enjoy the weekend of everything that flies every February! The event also highlights other activities such as Skydiving, Powered Paragliding, Radio Controlled Aircraft Flying, Kite Flying, and other aviation activities.
One would  love how Clark Freeport it is just the right amount of old and new. It is contemporary yet relaxed. You get to enjoy the best of a modern city and a relaxed town. Whether you are traveling for business, family bondings or for leisure, you’ll never go wrong with Clark Freeport. On the first quarter of 2016, Midori Clark Hotel & Casino, Central Luzon's first 5-star hotel, will finally launch. Now that is another awesome reason to come and visit Clark Freeport, Philippines.