Nayong Pilipino

Centennial Rd., Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles, Pampanga

Nayong Pilipino
3.0 Stars

2 Reviewers

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Theme Park
Business Hours
Reopens Thu: 8:00a - 6:00p


  • Sunday
    • 8:00a - 6:00p
  • Monday
    • 8:00a - 6:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 8:00a - 6:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 8:00a - 6:00p
  • Thursday
    • 8:00a - 6:00p
  • Friday
    • 8:00a - 6:00p
  • Saturday
    • 8:00a - 6:00p

Payment Options


Price Range

₱50 - ₱100

Most Recent Reviews

Mico C.
4.0 Stars

I think the level of satisfaction a person gets from a visit is correlated to the expectations from the place. I honestly went here just to kill a bit of time and have a quick review of some sites in the Philippines.

It's 150 php to enter for adults. We leisurely walked around the place and finished in 45 minutes. Not too bad.

1) Orchidarium: not that much but 127802 s looked nice to look at.
2) coin museum: loved how they were able to show the timeline of our bills and coins. Very informative and for the older ones very nostalgic. Saw the 50, 25, 10 centavo coins i used to pay people with
3) boat ride: even though i did not try it (75 php per person) i feel like it would have been a nice experience. Lagoon was huge if compared to the place so there's a lot to paddle around to.

1) there were several attractions closed such as the museum # 2 and some other huts
2) i pity the fishes in all their ponds :(

Sakto lang:
1) mt tabon: look around and you'll notice that apparently they have this huge stone mountain beside the orchidarium. I describe it as one of those high effort low impact displays. If i didnt look at the map, we would've just walked past it without noticing it. I appreciated it though when i saw it.

That's it for now! Take care everyone! :)

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Kiko G.
2.0 Stars

Bida man haha!

I still remember being very inquisitive about Nayong Pilipino in our SIBIKA class back in elementary days. I always wanted to see the miniature tourist spots in the Philippines.

I never had the chance to visit the one in Pasay. I thought they're going to reform the entire place but instead, moved it to Pampanga.

We visited the place in Pampanga and WALA!! Walang laman. Walang Tao. It's a vast garden with synthetic lake, an old church, different huts from different tribes, an old plaza surrounded by hoary houses and that's it. They said they're going to have a cultural show at 3PM pero 4PM na wala pa din.. Sinungaling.. Haha

Tsss.. Where are the minis? Buraot

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