Clark International Airport, formerly known as Diosdado Macapagal International Airport, is located in Angeles, Pampanga. This award-winning airport had gained recognition for being the top in its category for best airport marketing in 2013, and in several other years had received acknowledgement for being the airport of the year, best airport zones and low cost airport of the year. The airport is continuously striving to enhance its efficiency and quality of service, and its efforts are making a difference with the increasing passenger capacity it is handling every year.
There are two passenger terminals serving international and domestic flights respectively. Shopping and dining options are readily available at Clark International Airport. Whether you are looking for a place to eat, a shop to stock up on your summer wear and fragrances, or simply to purchase some trinkets and souvenirs, look around the airport and you will find what you are looking for. VIP lounges are also built to cater to passengers who would prefer more private and quiet time after a long flight. Refreshments and comfortable seating will invite you the moment you enter the lounge and keep you entertained and satisfied during your rest. At the arrival hall, you will also find smoking lounges, foreign currency exchange booths and computer kiosks to fulfil your every need.
Getting to and from Clark International Airport is a breeze. There is an air-conditioned shuttle bus service from the airport to Manila for a fixed charge. There are also some airlines that provide this service at no cost at all, so do look out for such perks. For a hassle-free alternative, simply hire a taxi that will bring you straight to your destination. Remember to choose the metered ones. Also, you can take a public bus to and from the city at the bus terminal.
Local buses offer access to the main roads of Manila at extremely low prices, and air-conditioned buses are also available for those who wish to escape the sweltering heat. Taxis are a great option for visitors because they are relatively cheap even for long distances.
Touring Manila, the capital of the Philippines, is never a bore as visitors get to learn about its Spanish colonial history, visit its beautiful churches, understand the different local communities and appreciate the collection of Filipino antiques. When the sun sets, Manila’s vibrant nightlife comes to life with numerous bars and cafes. Near the airport you will find Lily Hill Plaza, a growing modern commercial plaza which stands right in front of the last-stand location where the Japanese tried to delay the US army during the Second World War. Check out the Clark Freeport Zone, a former US military airbase, which now features a host of business and leisure activities. Head down to the Trinoma Mall to access the Clark Airport Lounge as well. It is open all day and is completely furnished for all your travel needs.
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