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 Food, Faith, and More Food 

 Pampanga Food & Heritage Tour 
Eat your way through the Culinary Capital of the Philippines and learn how its rich Catholic tradition shaped the lifestyle, architecture, and cuisine of the province. This tour is best done on an empty stomach.
If you are craving for a food trip, there is no better destination than the Culinary Capital of the Philippines — Pampanga. ​Culture Shock PH’s Pampanga Food & Heritage Tour takes you on a mouthwatering journey of food, faith, and more food! This theme reflects the life of Kapampangans, centered in the kitchens and places of worship.
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In this tour, you will get to meet a food historian whose lifework is to keep heirloom recipes alive, learn how the Mt. Pinatubo eruption buried a town and its 12-meter high church, have refreshments before touring a world-class furniture factory and showroom, explore a magnificent church hand painted from wall to ceiling, and enjoy an afternoon snack of comforting Kapampangan favorites.

Among the dishes that you would savor in this gastronomic tour are bringhe (sticky rice cooked in turmeric and coconut milk), tidtad (pork meat and blood cooked in vinegar), bobotong asan (stuffed milkfish stuffed with alagao leaves), and morcon (meatloaf enriched with chorizo and queso de bola). Along the way, you will hear many stories that paint a colorful tapestry of Kampampangan culture.

Through Pampanga’s food, heritage, and art, you will be sure to return home with not only a satisfied belly but also with a greater appetite for Philippine culture and tradition.

Whole day

Php 3,500/head, minimum of 10 pax

Tour Highlights
Atching Lillian Borromeo
St. James Parish
Betis Crafts
San Guillermo Parish
Everybody’s Cafe

Package inclusions
Round trip transportation
Meals (morning snacks, lunch buffet, and merienda cena)
Entrance Fees
Cooking demonstration
Souvenir fan

Assembly time and place
8am at Eton Centris, Quezon City
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