Pampanga House & Lot


Marquee Place

Lot in Angeles, Pampanga
  • Size Range:

    221 sqm. - 572 sqm.

  • Location:

    Angeles-Magalang Rd, Angeles, Pampanga

When one hears the word Pampanga, what comes to mind?


For starters, being the Culinary Capital of the Philippines will be everyone’s immediate thought—most notably by Filipino locals. In fact, sisig, which is hailed as the Filipino’s favorite beer match, had its origins from Pampanga and is almost always associated with the city. Being the known place for unmatched culinary delights and epicurean treats, it is quite hard for Pampanga City to break free from the association of tasty and delicious food. While being regarded as the city with unparalleled gastronomic prowess is a good thing, there is so much more to Pampanga than just their signature cuisines.


Pampanga, a province of the Philippines, is in region three or Central Luzon. The city’s capital is San Fernando which is surrounded by the provinces of Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, and Zambales. Back in the day, it has been believed and theorized that Kapampangans are descendants from the migrants in Central Java (Malang Region), owing to their distinct language from the Tagalogs who surround them. Living up to its sobriquet of being the culinary capital, Pampanga was an essential source of food—even during the Spanish colonial period.

Today, Pampanga is known to be one of the pioneering cities in industrial pursuits. In fact, the city is taking center stage as the country shifts into industrial high gear. With the city having an excellent network of thoroughfares complemented by the Clark City’s own international airport, Pampanga became a viable place to settle and live in. What was once regarded primarily as an agricultural province is now considered as one of the highly industrialized cities in the Philippines. With the vast tracts of land between Subic Bay Metropolitan Area and Metro Manila complemented by its proximity to the city, industrial expansion is inevitable. As the next big thing in suburban living, Pampanga presents a lot of compelling reasons to be one of the cities to live in.




  • During the Spanish colonial period, Pampanga was one of the first provinces to join the revolution of 1896.


  • The province once served as the Philippines ‘ capital during the British invasion of Manila (1762-1764). In 1899, San Fernando served as a temporary capital of the Philippine Republic.


  • The province’s name was derived from the word “La Pampanga” which was designated by the Spaniards who found the early natives living near the river banks. The word pampang, from which the province’s name is derived, means riverbank.


  • In 1571, Pampanga became the first province created by the Spaniards.


  • Pampanga is represented in the Philippine flag as one of the sun’s rays. The rays of the sun in the Philippine flag represent the provinces that allied the armed revolt against the Spanish forces in the late 19th century.


  • Pampanga has produced two Presidents, namely Diosdado Macapagal and his daughter Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. Apart from Philippine Presidents, notable figures such as chief justice Jose Abad Santos, Senate President Gil J. Puyat, and first Filipino Cardinal Rufino Cardinal Santos were all natives of Pampanga as well.


  • The province is known for its string of festivals throughout the year. Observing at least seventeen festivals, Pampanga celebrates a broad range of themes each year whether that may be religious, culinary or public statements.




Easy access to everywhere and everything

With the construction of the Northern Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX), Pampanga is made so much more accessible. With these two thoroughfares, traveling to and from Metro Manila no longer presents an arduous three-hour drive. More importantly, residents who have international flights need not go all the way to Pasay just to fly. With Clark International Airport, Kapampangan residents and nearby provinces can conveniently fly without fear of missing their flights owing to Manila’s perpetual traffic.


A myriad of opportunities and so many more are within reach.

As an emergent highly industrialized sector, it is inevitable for business ventures to come pouring into the city, creating more opportunities for employment. Likewise, sustainable growth has been mapped out for the province, which details the urban development of the area, and will make use of its natural resources (agriculture, water, and ecology). The plan is said to stimulate a generation of business and employment opportunities that will redound to the residents. Similarly, a series of commercial districts are also in development for the benefit of the residents.


Better options for suburban living

While there is no question that Metro Manila already has its fair share of exciting real estate developments, Pampanga takes it a notch further by allowing residents to live close to nature. Sure, Metro Manila has sustainable real estate properties that combine open spaces with modern amenities, but Pampanga puts these real estate properties right at the spot where it is possible to live not just close, but be one with nature.





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