CLARK FREEPORT, Philippines — The Nayon Pilipino Foundation (NPF) is set to re-launch on Oct. 28 one of a country’s renouned thesis parks here, to be called Nayon Clark Park (NCP).
NPF executive executive Michelle Aguilar-Ong pronounced NCP will be a home of Filipino diversity, a venue of countenance for a humanities such as visual, performing, literature, culinary, among others.
The thesis park will also showcase Filipino history, culture, birthright and tradition, highlighting a 169 inland tribes of a Philippines.
“The park also aims to be a home of immature and struggling artists in several fields,” Ong said.
The 5.6-hectare park formidable is now undergoing renovation, including a museum area, a villages, a food park, a synthetic lagoon, a galleries and a deputy and upgrading of a lighting apparatus and other arrangement areas and centers. The museum will be used for daily informative shows, while a food park will horde sell products like commemoration and newness equipment and a delicatessen.
The new NCP trademark will use a Vanda Sanderiana flower, an orchid ordinarily famous in a Philippines as waling-waling, that will be launched before a opening in October.
Replicas or miniatures of critical places and structures, that is what a aged park was famous for, will continue to be among a attractions, like a famous rice terraces of Banaue, a Barasoain Church in Malolos, a residence of inhabitant favourite Jose Rizal and others.
The villages of Kalinga, Ifugao and Aetas are among a organisation of inland peoples that will be reproduced.
The thesis park was eliminated here from Manila in Jul 2002 underneath Executive Order No.11 and non-stop anew in 2007 during a multibillion-peso former Expo Filipino formidable in Clark.
Ong pronounced NPF will be assertive in selling a new thesis park, targeting not usually educational margin trips though also tourism activities in line with a meeting, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) bearing of Clark Development Corporation.