The Bonchon Chicken restaurant in Pampanga is located inside the Marquee Mall in Angeles City.
The Bonchon Chicken restaurant.
Bonchon Chicken is a Korean franchise restaurant chain based in New York City. Since its restaurant opened, customers have been eager to get a taste of their crispy and tasty chicken wings and drumsticks. Bonchon’s chicken can be described as crispy yet light and not oily, with hot moist juicy meat and sauced the Bonchon way.
The secret to cooking crunchy Korean style chicken is the double-frying method, where the first batch gets rid of any chicken fat to make it more crispy, and the second fry includes Bonchon’s soy garlic sauce or their spicy seasoning for the unique taste. Continue reading
Museo ning Angeles is located in the Heritage District of Angeles City in Pampanga Province. Also known as the Angeles City Museum, Museo ning Angeles was built in 1922 and served as the Municipio or town hall; it replaced the former La Casa Tribunal built during the construction boom of 1840. Museo ning Angeles is a priceless asset., vintage circa 1920, the building is a museum piece by itself , located at the prime Sto. Rosario Historic District across the Holy Rosary Cathedral. This edifice was constructed in 1922 and served as the “ MUNICIPIO” or Town Hall. The original Town Hall was constructed in 1840, then known as “LA CASA TRIBUNAL” and was a typical “BAHAY NA BATO” with a thatched roof. Its location was about 20 yards to the south of the present structure since the present site was the town Continue reading
Paradise Ranch is a Leisure Park and Wildlife Sanctuary and is located at Monicayo in Barangay Calumpang, Sacobia Valley, inside the Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga Province. Perfect for field trips, get-away vacation, camping, retreats, rock climbing, trekking, rest and recreation, outdoor adventure and other occasions. Amenities include: Zoocobia Fun Park, Vista Montana Pool, Country Western Clark, villas, lake house, cafe/restaurant, man-made lake, aviary, playfield, butterfly garden, botanical garden, fishing lagoon, picnic huts, cottages, prayer hill, and more. For reservation, contact: Paradise Ranch Admin Office, Tel. No. (63 45) 889-8245/8246/8286 / 625-6698/6696/321-0444/0445 email: email@example.com Contact Person: Eric Gomez (Executive Director) and Gerry Guiriba (Fund Development Manager) Developer: Philippine Continue reading
The Angeles Industrial Park is located in Calibutbut, Bacolor in Pampanga Province. The company was established with the intense desire of management to help in the early and rapid recovery of Angeles City after the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in 1991. This marked a big turnaround in the economic condition not only of Angeles City but also its nearby towns. Angeles Industrial Park features Light to medium, non-pollutant, export-oriented and labor-intentsive industries. High, medium or low voltage requirements sourced from the Angeles Electric Corp., 6th largest privately owned electric utility in the Philippines. Has a total power capacity of 50 megawatts. IDD and NDD capability for voice, fax and data requirements are made available through Digitel and PLDT. Angeles Industrial Park, Inc. is a 31 hectare economic Continue reading
The Kamikaze West Airfield is located on the grounds of the former Clark Air Base in Pampanga Province. This airfield was constructed by the Japanese in March 1944. By October 1944, it was operating as the West kamikaze air field during World War II. It was here where the first Kamikaze pilots took-off on 21 October 1944 to attack U.S. naval forces east of the Philippines. This airfield was used by the Kamikaze up to 10 January 1945 when they transferred to Taiwan. On 28 January 1945, American liberation forces captured this airfield as well as the whole of Clark Field. Continue reading
The Apung Mamacalulu Shrine is located in Barangay Lourdes Sur, Angeles City, Pampanga Province. Also simply known as the Apu Chapel, this is the shrine of the replica of Our Lord of the Holy Sepulchre or Santo Entierro (Apung Mamacalulu). Devotees from all over Pampanga flock to this shrine every Friday to venerate the supposedly miraculous image of Jesus Christ lying in the sepulchre. It is also every Friday when people buy household items, clothing including audio-video equipment in a makeshift market called “tiangge” at bargain prices. It was in 2012 when the chapel was decreed by Archbishop Paciano Aniceto, at the recommendation of Auxiliary Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, as an archdiocesian shrine during the canonical rites. Aniceto also established the chapel as a “center of mercy.” The original image, a gift by Fr. Macario Continue reading
The Angeles Livelihood Complex is located in Pulung Cacutud, Angeles City, in Pampanga Province. This shopping structure features vendors selling a variety of merchandise including garments, handicrafts and furniture, electronics, small to medium-sized industries. Total Land Area is 33 hectares. Contact Person: Mary Sandra Olosan Tel. No. (63 45) 893-0604/626-2170 The Angeles Livelihood Complex is managed by The Livelihood Corporation in Manila. Their corporate office is located at 7th Fl., One Corporate Plaza, 845 A., Arnaiz Ave., Makati City. Continue reading
The Air Force City Aircraft Park is located inside the old Clark Air Base in Pampanga Province. The park was developed to give local and foreign visitors to Clark an opportunity to witness the various types of aircraft used by the United States Air Force when Clark Air Base was an active American military installation. The aircraft are all American but the United States Air Force letters were painted over with the Philippine Air Force letters.Air Force City Aircraft Park is located in an open field along CM Recto Avenue. A favorite spot for local and foreign visitors. Continue reading
The Clark Air Raid Bunker is a known kamikaze tunnel located in Clark, Pampanga. Situated at the northwest corner of the Kamikaze west airfield in a hill called “babang dapu” (meaning “crocodile jaw”) as named by the Aetas.This is the only known Kamikaze tunnel that remained intact after World War II. It was constructed quickly as an air raid bunker for Cmdr. Taimai Asaichi – commander of the 201st Air Group, 1st Air Fleet, Imperial Japanese Navy, the very first Kamikaze unit of World War Il. It was constructed in late October 1944 and provided protection for Cmdr. Tamai and some of his Kamikaze pilots during deadly U.S. air raids. A marker was installed by the Clark Development Corporation on September 1, 2002. Continue reading
The Clark International Speedway is located at the Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga. The facility is a race track for carting and drag racing, motorcycle racing and other special events. The Clark International Speeway, also known as CIS, is the 5th race track in the country and boasts of a 3-km engine track with two long straights and few turns with minimal defined uneven terrains, thereby making all races possible – from motorcycles, superbikes, and underbone, touring cars, drag racing and formula races. The Clark International Speedway is located on Panday Pira Avenue, Sitio Pulang Lupa, Dolores Creek, at the Clark Freeport Zone. Contact Information: Johnny Tan (President) Phone (63 2) 817-2241 / 2336 /3496 / 4988 Continue reading