The Sky Line, the country’s first elevated Bridgeway, is artistically designed to link the mall, the new BPO Towers, the Tech Hub, SMX Convention Center, Park Inn by Radisson Hotel, and National University, allowing tenants, mall customers, and BPO employees easy access to every building within the SM City Clark Complex.

Like a city that keeps on growing, SM City Clark in Pampanga never fails to fascinate us with its new and amazing attractions. Starting out as a 101,840 square- meter mall when it opened in 2006, it now sprawls at 308,909 square meters. It has likewise evolved into a complex, which now includes BPO Towers, a Tech Hub, a Park Inn by Radisson Hotel, National University, and SMX Convention Center.

The latest addition is the Sky Line, an elevated Bridgeway which brings a brand new state-of-the-art experience four meters above the ground.

Inspired by New York’s iconic High Line, it is similarly designed as a “living system” that highlights landscape architecture, urban design, and ecology; as well as art, fitness, and fun for family and friends.

The Sky Line’s lush landscape includes hundred -year old acacia trees that were preserved and incorporated into the design

Located along the north edge of the SM City Clark mall, the Sky Line connects and integrates the widest possible variety of buildings with lush landscapes and attractions. But, beyond acting as a connector, the SM Clark Sky Line is envisioned to be a destination by itself – an ideal location to relax, get some exercise, take a selfie, and enjoy nature.

The Sky Line’s lush landscape includes hundred-year-old acacia trees that were preserved and incorporated into the design. It also showcases a diverse range of plant species – Picarra, Dwarf Pandakaki, Palmera, Spiderlily, White Kamuning, and Yellow Iris.

The park’s myriad of features and activities in multiple zones – retail, restaurants, art, fitness – feature separate offerings, each with his own character and landscape, as well as programmed activities carefully planned to delight, interest, educate, and entertain.

A Paw Park for Furry Friends. The Sky Line’s Paw Park is a great place for dogs and cats to run around and explore.  It has obstacle courses designed to enhance your pet’s agility, balance, and coordination, while still providing plenty of opportunities for interaction.
It’s a Place for Fun and Fitness. Workout in the fresh air at the Sky Line’s Fitness Area. At this outdoor gym, health buffs can stretch do sit-ups, push ups, and pull-ups using the area’s installed equipment – beam hops, level trapeze rings, parallel bar stepping floral stones.

Attractions include a Paw Park for our furry friends, a Fitness Area with an outdoor gym, a Tree Park where one can dine amidst tree houses, art installations and more.

Al Fresco Dining at the Tree Park. Indulge in a diverse variety of dining-out options at the Tree Park amidst towering trees and tree houses for kids and kids at heart.

Here are some fun facts on why the SM City Clark Sky Line is a great place to Meet, Eat, and Play:

  • The Sky Line Bridgeway is 9,018 square meters
  • At 4 -meters high above the ground, it has that top of the world feeling
  • The Bridgeway’s 800- meter loop is equivalent to 1050 steps
  • 1,050 steps can burn 30-40 calories
  • The jogging/walking trail includes start and finish markings and begins and ends just across the outdoor gym
  • Walking around the Sky Line’s 800- meter loop takes about 10 minutes for a speed of 3mph.
  • There are colorful selfie stops along the Sky Line like a pool filled with balloons and animal-shaped floaters
  • The Sky Line bridge may be reached through the second level mall expansion area, the second level podium parking, the second level SMX entrance, and the ground floor stairs
  • The area is handicap friendly with 23 parking spaces reserved for people with disabilities out of the 802 available. There are also PWD ramps, two PWD comfort rooms, and three elevators to help them get around.
  • The Sky Line is also eco-friendly with a waste segregation system and a NO SMOKING policy as part of the Park rules. Facemasks are still mandatory in keeping with government policies.