Museo ning Angeles: Serving a Dose of Angeles City’s History | Pampanga

October 22, 2022


The Museo ning Angeles, which is well-preserved and ideally located in front of the Holy Rosary Church and a few steps away from Pamintuan Mansion, was initially built in 1922 as the Municipio del Pueblo, or the Town Hall of Angeles City. Earlier than that, the site was the location of a casa tribunal (courthouse) during the Spanish rule that burned down in 1860. Today, after the town hall was moved to its current location, it now serves as a museum showcasing historical artifacts, artwork, and relics from the city and the province of Pampanga.

Joy Royeca
 May 7 is known as Jose Abad Santos Day in Pampanga

The Bamban World War II Museum is One-man Collection that Awes and Educates | Tarlac

October 18, 2022


The history of World War II was like this wild story that just seeped into the very consciousness of my childhood. Ever since I stumbled upon my late father’s encyclopedia set back in first grade, I've been captivated by the pages that delve into the timeline bridging World War I and World War II.

Janelle Cu
Bamban WWII Museum

Where to stay in Samal Island: Pearl Farm Beach Resort

October 12, 2022


The earliest I can recall of hearing about Pearl Farm dates back in the 1990s. It was during this time when most Filipinos who can afford to travel often chalks up resorts and hotels as main destinations. Dakak in Dapitan, Punta Baluarte in Batangas, Pearl Farm in Davao, Puerto Azul in Cavite, just to name a few. 

Kate Alvarez
Pearl Farm's Parola Wharf has become its icon through the years

NLEX's “Humans of the North” series features stories of unyielding spirit and deep cultural bonds

October 10, 2022


NLEX Corporation recently launched a "Humans of the North" mini-documentary series that lends vibrancy to destinations in Northern Luzon by adding a dose of human touch. The series is envisioned to focus on ordinary people who have managed to create a ripple of positivity that extended beyond their communities.