CDC, DOT ink MOA on accrediting tourism facilities in Clark

The Department of Tourism Region III (DOT III) and Clark Development Corporation (CDC) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on January 23 to enforce the accreditation of tourism enterprises in Clark that will be jointly undertaken by CDC and DOT Region III.

The MOA, which was signed between CDC president and CEO Noel F. Manankil and DOT III Regional Director Ronnie Tiotuico, is in support of the DOT’s thrust to uplift the quality of tourism facilities and services in the country as mandated by R.A. 9593 otherwise known as the Tourism Act of 2009.

Manankil, during the signing, acknowledged the importance of world-class tourism facilities and services available to the visitors and residents of this Freeport and its contiguous areas.

At present, Clark has over 2,000 hotel rooms, 63 convention and meeting facilities, 75 dining facilities, eight wellness facilities and five hospitals. The Freeport also has six casinos, eight golfing and other sports facilities, seven shopping centers, 20 banks, 12 convenience stores and six petrol depot.

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