Angeles City Shopping Guide - Philippines
Among good things about touring Angeles City in Pampanga is that visitors get the thrill of a countryside shopping experience but with all the cosmopolitan amenities. Just look at this simple Angeles, Pampanga shopping escapade.
At SM Clark in Angeles City the whole family can enjoy shopping galore in the real sense of the term. It has everything shoppers need, from simple to stylish clothes and accessories to groceries, furnishings, appliances, electronics, luggage, native souvenirs and handicrafts, kiddie rides and video games, sports equipments, hardware, and food shops and eateries, among others. This Angeles, Pampanga shopping mall is right at the Clark Main Gate.
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Another modern mall is Robinson Plaza right in downtown Angeles City in the vicinity of Nepo Market. This Angeles, Pampanga shopping center is great for tourists who want to travel light (or luggage-less) from their country of origin to Angeles City via Clark Airport. They just go straight to Robinson Plaza and buy everything they need there, from personal effects to gifts or “pasalubong.” Many tourists claim imported items are cheaper here than if bought from abroad.
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Nepo Mall, located at the corner of Dona Teresa Avenue and St. Joseph Street, houses various fastfood outlets, banks, real estate offices, department stores, cinemas, appliance centers, bookstores, and bakeries, among others. This Angeles, Pampanga shopping center is also popular among locals and is often part of leisurely trips when showing foreign visitors around Angeles City. This is also the best place when shopping for jeans and shirts with styles imitated from well-known international brands.
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One of the popular shopping centers in Angeles City, Pampanga, Jenra Mall plays home to various specialty stores and retail stalls. Aside from retail stores, there are also restaurants and fast food chains in the mall where people can relax and dine. For the convenience of everyone, the mall features different automatic teller machines.
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There’s also a duty-free shop inside Clark where imported grocery items are available at very cheap prices. Folks from outside Angeles, especially from Metro Manila, frequent this Angeles, Pampanga shopping place especially for imported chocolates, candy bars, canned goods, snack chips, and breakfast cereals. Excursionists in tourist buses visiting Clark often drop by this place for a shopping spree. It’s also a place for quick American snacks like burgers and hotdogs.
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For tourists crazy about Mother of Pearl products (those pearl imitations or jewel-like materials used for accessories and handicraft) Asialuxe is the right place to shop. Located in the Clark Special Economic Zone along Manuel L. Quezon Avenue in Clarkfield, this Angeles, Pampanga shopping outlet has displays of posh and expensive bags, jewelry boxes, trays, necklaces and bracelets, all adorned with Tahitian Mother of Pearl materials.
Mheas Custom Woodcraft
Mheas Custom Woodcraft is a specialty store that offers people beautiful woodcrafts made from the finest woods available. These handicrafts and souvenirs are guaranteed to amaze those who are about to receive them. In terms of prices, these goods are highly affordable considering the high skill level needed to create such wonderful products.
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Rosas Handicraft Gift Shop
Angeles City is where you can find delicious cuisine and delicacies that are worth the experience. The handicrafts showcase the world-class Filipino talent worthy of praise and recognition.
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European visitors longing for the delicacies of home or those who want to give their local hosts special Alpine treats will find Edelweiss Delicatessen a welcome relief. This Angeles, Pampanga shopping and dine-in outlet is compact with Swiss, German, and Austrian delicacies. From European candies, marmalades, and jams, to coffee, sausages and cheese, smoked and sweetened hams, mustards, canned and dried mushrooms, among others. It also has a restaurant where beef and other European dishes are served with wine or beer. It is near the jeepney terminal of Clark.
But how about local pastries? A visit to Angeles City is never complete without sampling the tasty and intricately prepared Kapampangan sweet delicacies. Kuliat Cakes is found in two locations in Angeles City—one along Plaridel Street in Lourdes Sur and another at Gear Traders in the district of Sto. Rosario in San Jose Town. Pastries like big and small dough pieces with rich fillings of ground pork, chicken, or beef (locally called “Empanada”), tarts, cakes, and brownies with local flavors.
Finally, try the “barratillos” or sidewalk outlets which are plenty in downtown Angeles City for odd-looking souvenirs and collectors’ items. Or, visitors may want to try Saver’s Mall near Fields Avenue and MacArthur Highway for interesting cell phone accessories. There’s Jenra Grand Mall along Sto. Rosario Street for ready-to-wear (RTW) shirts.
The Apo Market has rapidly turned into one of Angeles City’s main tourist attractions. Gain insights into Filipino culture & obtain quality goods and items at the same time in the Apo Market.
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