Angeles City is a first class city located in the central plains of Pampanga province in Luzon, about 80km. (50 miles) north of Metro Manila.
Until the early 90s, the economy of Angeles City was much dependent on the presence of the US military base at Clark. When the Americans pulled out in 1992, following the Mt. Pinatubo eruption in 1991, the economy was greatly affected and took a few years to recover.
Since then, the establishment of the Clark Special Economic Zone has seen Angeles City and Clark become a major hub for business, industry, aviation, and tourism in the Philippines. It is also well-known as the leisure and fitness, gaming and entertainment center of Central Luzon.
Pasig City is named after the river that serves as the main tributary of Metro Manila. Prior to 1975, Pasig was the capital of the province of Rizal before it was included among the cities of…