Events: 17th Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta

Clark Airfield in Pampanga again hosts the  Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Festival for its 17th season.

I have been wanting to go to this event for the longest time, but plans had never pushed through because of work


But on Saturday my eyes will feast on Balloons and more! I haven’t seen one to be honest, so I am really excited to see all of them up in the sky. And thanks to Digital Photographer Philippines and Caltex I could go up close to these giants!For those who would like to be amazed them selves with these giant lantern like, dreamy balloon you can still catch them until Sunday February 12, 2012.Tickets are available at the gates as stated on the organizer’s website. Meanwhile you can go here  to see the things you can expect to see.

That’s about it for now! I will surely tell you all about it once I get back. Don’t forget to visit us from time to time to stay updated with up and coming events around thePhilippines!

How to get to Clarkfield, Pampanga via Public Transportation: 

Take any bus going to DAU and get off at Dau. Form there youc an take a jeep heading to Main Gate located in front of the Caltex Station, then take another jeep going to Clark.

Board a Dau bound bus from Victory Liner or Baliwag Transit and alight at Dau. Cross the street and walk in front of the Caltex station, board a jeep to Main Gate and from there, ride another jeep bound for Clark.

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ian dela pena

iandelapena, the person behind the blog brownmantrips is a yuppie living in the metropolis who believes there is always something good to see everywhere in the world. This is his depository of travel memories for his not so good and maybe soon to fail memory, thus the travelogues in this blog.