Where is Balibago
Balibagois part of Angeles City in the Province of Pampanga on the Island of Luzon in the Philippines and is known all over the world as the Entertainment Capital of the Philippines.
Over 100 Bars and Discos along with fine Restaurants and Hotels draw Tourists from all over the world to enjoy it's nigtlife. You will find detailed information about Balibago and it's nightlife in the other sections of this site.
Angeles Cityor 'Lungsod ng Angeles' in Tagalog (Philippine Language) or 'Ciudad ning Angeles' in Kapampangan (local dialect) is located some 80km north of Manila along the North Luzon Expressway.
Angeles is served by the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport inside the Clark Special Economic Zone (formerly Clark Air Base and now renamed Clark Freeport Zone), which is located in the northwestern part of the city.
The finishing of roads, such as the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway, has improved trade and transport. The project connects the industrial, transport and business hubs of Pampanga, Zambales, Bataan and Tarlac. The project is crucial to bolstering growth in Central Luzon.
The City of Angels has cottage industries producing rattan furniture, coconuts, and charcoal briquettes. It also has many thriving export businesses in handicrafts, metal crafts, toys, houseware and garments. Apart from the Clark Freeport Zone, industrial areas include the Angeles Livelihood Village and the Angeles City Industrial Estate. Call centers supporting e-Telecare, CyberCity, Sutherland and IRMC, plus other American IT industries are major employers as well.
The establishment of a number of shopping malls also fueled the city's economy, including SM City-Clark, Robinson's Place, Jenra Grand Mall, Nepo Mall, Saver's Mall and the proposed Ayala Shopping Mall, next to the City Hall.
In 2007, Texas Instruments began work on a $1-billion semiconductor facility inside the Clark Special Economic Zone, scheduled to begin production in 2009.
There is also a proposal of constructing a new Formula One quality circuit in a 2,000-hectare lot fronting the North Luzon Expressway between Angeles City and Subic Bay, from which the country may soon play host to prestigious international car-racing events and possibly bid to become one of the venues of the world-renown Formula One series.