Clark Freeport Zone is the ultimate tourism destination in Central Luzon. This 4,400-ha. aerotropolis is a one-of-a-kind business, investment, and tourism destination situated at the heart of Pampanga.

Clark hosted its first Philippine MICE Conference in 2014. A valiant effort from both the Tourism Promotions Board Philippines and Clark Development Corporation, that experience planted the idea of a new possibility for the Freeport Zone – that tourism and MICE could sustain this hub’s economic future.

A well-planned city, Clark is the premier gateway to Northern and Central Luzon, accessible via its own International Airport within the well-fenced freeport zone. The Clark International Airport currently flies to 10 domestic and international destinations. Flights to and from Busuanga (Philippines), Taipei (Taiwan), and Shanghai (China) are slated to be hosted in this premier gateway in the coming months.

Clark is also strategically located only 80 kilometers north of Metro Manila and is accessible via the North Luzon Expressway (NLEx). Clark is also three and a half hours away from Baguio via the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEx) and less than two hours from Tarlac, Subic, Bataan, and Zambales via Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx).

Clark has the infrastructure required to host large-scale MICE events. At present, it has 80 convention/meeting facilities, 3,608 rooms and villas, and 146 dining establishments – with more on the way.

Clark is also rich in ancillary attractions for MICE attendees. The Clark Museum and 4D Theater boasts of four different galleries and highlights a four-dimensional experience of Clark’s
history including the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo. The area likewise provides a myriad of activities such as golfing, kart racing, horseback riding, among others. It also hosts the water theme park Aqua Planet and the Clark Safari Adventure Park, the only tiger safari in the province.

For those who prefer to be one with nature, Clark’s backyard with the wide Sacobia river gives guests the perfect place to ride the 4×4 jeep or ATV with the rock formation as its backdrop. The flavors of the Kapampangan cuisine are also not to be missed. Dubbed the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, its selection of sweet and savory dishes is as unique as its storied