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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Angeles City?

    The price for luggage storage in Angeles City starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Angeles City?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Angeles City.

  • Are there storage lockers in Angeles City?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Angeles City. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Angeles City.


Store Your Luggage Around Angeles With Bounce 

Angeles, also known as the City of Angeles, is a city in Pampanga on the island of Luzon. Located in the Philippines, the population is over 411,000. In 2008, it was voted 15th on a survey of best places to live in the Philippines by Money Sense Magazine. It was settled in 1796 and named after its founder, Don Angel Pantaleon de Miranda.  

With an average high temperature of 88 and low of 73, outside activities are popular. Head over to Angeles People’s Park on Glaciano Valdez Street for some fun in the sun or Angeles Forest Park on Poinsettia Avenue, where they have a swimming pool as well as a café and friendly staff. Clark Air Base Bicentennial Park and Recreation Area on Jose Abad Santos Avenue is a huge natural space with picnic areas, golf, and several lakes.

Mount Arayat National Park is another excellent place to enjoy flora and fauna of the Philippines. The mountain is a volcanic crater with the Pampanga River at its base. The clear water running from the waterfalls is perfect for cooling off on a hot day. Take a guided tour up the mountain, hit the trail with one of the guides on a farm walk, or do some kayaking on the river. 

Luggage Storage in Angeles

Being travelers ourselves, we at Bounce understand the struggle of having to deal with your luggage while trying to enjoy the city. We have Bounce locations all over the area where you can leave your belongings while you explore and enjoy Angeles. Locals can use our service too. Just drop off your bags after work, so you don’t have to go all the way home before going out for the evening.

Angeles City Guide

Top Things to Do 

Whether visiting for business or pleasure, you don’t need to be bogged down by your bags. There is a lot to see and do in Angeles, from the beautiful beaches to the historical monuments and museums. And you will want to try the local cuisine while you are in town as well. Download our Bounce app, find the nearest location, and drop off your bags for safekeeping while enjoying yourself. 


The City of Angeles has a wide variety of historical places to visit, from monuments where you can learn about historic battles to the zoo where you can see hundreds of critters. We listed our top three favorites for you to try.

  • Museum of Angeles: Also known as Museo ning Angeles, this small historical building on Santo Entiero Street used to be the city hall. The history takes you all the way back to the Culiat of 1796 up to the Mount Pinatubo eruption in 1991. After learning about the past, go upstairs to learn about the culinary skills of the Filipinos. Find out how they make sisig (chicken liver and pig brains) and battue tugak (stuffed frogs). You may even get to try some.
  • Clark Museum: Found on South Osmena Street, this is a small but entertaining museum with a 4D theater as well. Browse the four galleries to see pottery, old photos, dioramas, and artifacts. Peruse interesting displays on the history of Clark as well as the surrounding territories. The film you see at the theater brings the story to life so you can feel, hear, see, and even smell the past. 
  • Zoobic Safari: If you want to learn about the flora and fauna of Angeles and the Philippines, check out the Zoobic Safari on the Road to Paradise Ranch. The tropical jungle environment lets you take a tour on your own through the animal attractions or get a guided safari to see tigers. You may even get to see one of them jump on your jeep and eat a chicken. Don’t miss the pit of 200 crocodiles.


You may be surprised at the number of shopping centers and malls in this seemingly underdeveloped city. But you will have no trouble finding a place to purchase whatever you are looking for at one of the malls or markets in and around the City of Angeles. 

  • Malls: Located on Francisco G. Nepomuceno Avenue, the MarQuee Mall has over 285 retailers and eateries. From 101 New York on Level One to Zerenity Spa on Level Two, you can find whatever you are looking for and a lot of stuff you did not even know you wanted. You can also check out SM City Pampanga on Olongapo-Gapan Road, which has over 400 retailers and a cinema, or the SM City Clark on Manuel A. Roxas Highway, where they have over 500 shops. 
  • Markets: The Angeles City Public Market on Richthofen Street is the largest and most popular place to get fresh seafood, produce, and even some handcrafted goods. San Nicolas Public Market on Miranda Street is the place to go to get inexpensive goods and artisan crafts. It is also known as the San Nicolas Black Market because of its cheap prices. 
  • Gift Shops: For some of the best souvenirs and gifts, hit the streets. Whether you look in all the nooks and crannies for small boutiques or the street vendors stalls, there are plenty of places to get unique items. Try Aljon Gift Shop on the corner of Henson and Jesus Streets, Chuson Souvenir Center on Miranda Street, or Mixie Boutique in Camalig Square on Santa Rosario Street. 


Cuisine in Angeles is a mix of various Asian delicacies as well as Indian, Arabic, American, and Spanish flavors. You will notice that almost all Filipinos eat with their hands rather than chopsticks or other utensils. Here are some of the most popular spots. 

  • Local Food: Head to My Lola Nor’s Meryendahan on McArthur Highway for some fresh fish, pindang damulag (fermented carabao beef), and pancit palabok (noodles, shrimp, and eggs). The cozy eatery used to be a house and is a quaint and friendly place to eat. Another great place for local food is Susie’s Cuisine in the Pineda Building by the Marina Arcade. They have a wide variety of dishes and are known for their delicious lumpiang ubod (spring rolls) and milk pudding. 
  • American Food: If you want a five-star burger, Messy Burger on Hensonville Road and Zeppelin Street is the place to go. You can get your burger in many varieties like the Metro Mess, the Cathedral, and the Colosseum. Try Pro-Winggers on McArthur Highway for the best buffalo wings in town. They also have McDonald’s, Wendy’s, KFC, and TGI Fridays.  
  • Dessert Food: Creamline Dairy on C.M. Recto Highway is the best place for ice cream, according to locals. For baked goods like cakes, donuts, and cupcakes, check out Mr. Park’s Bread & Cake in Newpoint Mall on Plaridel Street. And the Teaspoon Café on Fil-Am Friendship Highway has just about everything you can think of and more. From steaks to cakes, you can get it all at this place.

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