"Former US Airforce Base, Now a Duty Free Port" Camp Clark by machomikemd

Camp Clark Travel Guide: 60 reviews and 346 photos

Duty Free Shops

After the US Airforce Left in 1992 when the US Bases were phased out, Clark Airbase was looted and even the proverbial "kitchen sink" was taken. Slowly but surely, the Area was developed into a free port zone and is now the second official gateway to the Philippines and business is booming with a number of Duty Free Shops and other Commercial Establishments, Resorts and Casinos opened in the Area.

Mini Golf

Clark has two major golf courses straddling the Mimosa Leisure Estate and the Fontana Estate.

Welcome to Clark

the iconic "Salakot" (big hat) entrance to Clark, it is now converted into a big Veranda.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:Now the Budget Airline Center of the Philippines
  • Cons:poor tranportation network to Manila
  • In a nutshell:Future Main Airport
  • Last visit to Camp Clark: Jun 2000
  • Intro Updated May 9, 2016
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