As promised to the kids we’ll go to Nayong Pilipino once the weather is okay since they’re not able to join us during the Baguio trip.
It was a really sunny so we decided to go to Clark, Pampanga and check out Nayong Pilipino. I’ve been to Nayong Pilipino before, mostly this is where school trips are held. (I think there’s another branch in Pasay? Lol idk to be honest. I’m not sure if it was moved to Clark or if this is another branch. Lol)
We arrived 1pm, we tried the restaurant inside wherein they serve Filipino dishes, nothing special but I like the Lechon Kawali & their Kare kare, really tasty.
After eating we went straight to their theatre “Teatro” as its labelled since there’s a cultural show by 2pm.
They’re singing & dancing different Folk dances like Tinikling, Pandango sa Ilaw, etc. Kudos to Nayong Pilipinos’ dance troupe. The show is for 45 minutes, before the show ends they’re going to call someone from the audience who will join them to dance “Tinikling”.
Just before the show ends, the heavy rain started to fall. Why do it always have to rain whenever we’re in North? Maybe we should try going to South next time. Lol
We went next to the museum even if its raining good thing we have our umbrellas and caps. Inside the museum you’ll see pictures/photographies of the Nayong Pilipinos’ dance troupe wearing different native wears.
Inside the museum they’re teaching the visitors on how to use a “malong”, how it can be a shorts, a bag, a headband, etc. So we got the chance to try it as well. They’re selling the malong price starts from 500php and it would depend on the size of the malong.
After the museum we just roam around the area even if its raining.
I just hate it that it’s raining, we ended up going to Duty Free an just went shopping instead.
Advise for those who would like to go there, make sure the weather is good so you’ll enjoy the place.
150 for adults
100 for kids
50 for senior citizens
They’re open from 8:00am – 6:00pm.
Cultural show – 11:00am and 2:00pm.
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