Clark Fun: Part Two


Where to go?

If day 1 was more of “playtime,” day 2 was more like a field trip. We made a stop at Nayong Pilipino sa Clark, which is a smaller version of the Nayong Pilipino we used to know (kids, it used to stand on NAIA 3).

Capiz windows

View from the museum

And because this is a field trip, dapat may national hero:


Bayani sa isang sulok

And historical landmarks:

Emilio Aguinaldo's house

Emilio Aguinaldo's house

The Barasoain Church looks real. Wait, I just realized I didn’t go inside the “church.”

Barasoain Church at Nayong Pilipino

Barasoain Church at Nayong Pilipino

Barasoain Church at Nayong Pilipino

Pretty flowers :)

The lake’s so green. It’s the tree with orange leaves that caught my attention. Love its reflection on water.


View by the Chinese bridge

They also have an area that reminds me of Intramuros.


Drops, drops, drops of water


Haven't seen banderitas as colorful as this in a long while

I hope they rebuild the old Nayong Pilipino in Pasay. :( I’m sure it’s gonna be a hit among tourists.

Next stop was Puregold Duty Free. 3 MUSKETEEEEEEERS! I actually found a supermarket that sells this chocolate in Manila but what the, Puregold has rows and rows of my favorite chocolate. So it still made me giddy. Hee.



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  • Aja


    I just realized, I’ve never been to Nayong Pilipino. NOOO~ :( /childhoodincomplete

    I’ve always seen a “Bagong Nayong Pilipino” sign on Diosdado Macapagal Blvd, but there are just fields and fields of grass behind the fence. There eventually were some residential development, but never something that closely resembles what idea I have of a “Nayong Pilipino” and those photos above.

    • MM

      :( Yeah I heard that it’s gonna be next to MoA. I wonder when they would even start building it.

      • Aja

        I don’t know. A LOT has been built around MoA, no trace of it other than the little signboard yet.

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