CDC, partners showcase Clark’s tourism products in multi-city roadshow

Stakeholders from SOCCSKSARGEN were introduced to the range of tourism products available in Clark during a multi-city roadshow held in General Santos City. (CDC)

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga — Clark Development Corporation (CDC) and its partner agencies  showcased Clark’s tourism products ranging from historical landmarks to natural wonders during a multi-city roadshow held in General Santos City (GenSan). 


In her message, CDC Tourism Officer III Jada San Andres conveyed the state firm’s commitment to foster regional collaborations. 


“With so much to offer, Clark truly stands out as a destination of limitless possibilities. We urge you to come and experience the charm of Clark, where adventure, relaxation, and unforgettable memories await. Swing into fun and experience the vibrant energy of Clark,” she said. 


The roadshow highlighted, among others, Clark’s diversified tourism offerings including the upcoming Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibits Conference 2024.


Aside from product updates, the roadshow also aims to generate more flights between Clark and GenSan to unlock the full potential of Clark International Airport and promote stronger ties, tourism, trade, and investment growth between Central Luzon and SOCCSKSARGEN.


For his part, Luzon International Premier Airport Development Corporation (LIPAD) Cargo and General Aviation Development Officer Donellano Alegre stressed  the airport’s strategic location, state-of-the-art facilities, and efficient operations, making it an ideal catalyst for economic and tourism development in Clark and Central Luzon.


The said event is aligned with President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s directive to promote and develop tourist destinations across the country.


Aside from Clark,  major cities in Northern Luzon and South-Central Mindanao, such as GenSan, Tuguegarao, Baguio, and La Union also presented their products. 


The event was held in collaboration with LIPAD and the Department of Tourism Regional Office 3.


SOURCE: Marie Joy S. Carbungco PIA3