Among the structures located in the park is a replica of Barasoain Church and ancestral houses of Jose Rizal, Emilio Aguinaldo and Apolinario Mabini.
Here are some photos I have taken at Nayong Pilipino:
The Nayong Pilipino is now open to the public for free. It is a good place for children because they could have a taste of different cultures like that of Ifugao and Kalinga. Kids can mingle with the natives there and watch them weave or curve native products. They can even go and climb replicas of native huts.
At the moment, they only have one native restaurant serving native foods like Kilayin, Relyeno and Daing served in native plates. The park however has several cottages and tables for rent so visitors can bring their meals and have picnic at the park.
The place also conducts liturgical services as well as hold venues for conventions and seminars. For further inquiries, pls contact Nayong Pilipino sa Clark at (045) 599-7568 or 0916-733-6520 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.