The Bicol Region is more than just the Mayon scenery and Pili nuts pasalubong. The region is composed of 6 major provinces – Albay, Catanduanes, Sorsgon, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, and Masbate. It has a rich historical culture with a wide variety of colorful traditions and amazing stories from the locals. In addition, the Bicolanos are also known for their local taste of spicy cuisines that our own mothers surely have in their cooking handbooks.
The Bicol Region, geographically situated at the tail of Luzon, has an abundance of natural perks from volcanoes, to amazing stretch of beaches, and to boondocks that saved the locals from several harsh calamities.
“Biyaya!” The little boy cried out loud as he hurried along Dr. Basa St. to invite his friends. It was around 9 o’clock in the morning when we ventured around Manila to distribute some Christmas goodies to the homeless. We prepared packs of daily essentials and food. We were more than ready to spread the love!
A trip to Pampanga would often mean going on a food trip and this is probably why most travelers would just stop by Pampanga and overlook that there are a lot of exciting things to do, sights to see and places to visit that makes it a worthy destination for your next trip!
Clark, Pampanga is the secondary gateway to Metro Manila and is envisioned to become Asia’s next premiere gateway. Frequent travelers often just pass by Clark to head on to their holiday destinations and overlook that Clark is a destination in itself and not just a gateway. There are so much exciting and interesting things to do in Clark and the nearby cities besides the amazing Kapampangan cuisine.