Composed of 13 natural coves with distinct characters, shapes and sizes; limestone cliffs that reach the sky; virgin forests and rock formations; as well as its own natural park set against a pristine backdrop of sloping mountains, the development is set to grow into a vibrant and colorful community where life is balanced by the serenity and peace that comes from being in harmony with nature.
To complement the propertyâ€™s natural topography, Hamilo Coast will offer an ideal mix of residential, commercial, cultural, recreational and eventually, institutional amenities to communities of tourists, first- and second-home owners. Sand and sports facilities that include full-service beach and country clubs as well as a golf course in the valley will become available; forest parks, exclusive beach enclaves and a marina/yacht club, which will cater to sea-loving tourists and boating enthusiasts are part of the Hamilo Coast vision plan.
Think of the possibilities of this set up. You can actually wake up and go jogging along the beach and then take the ferry to Mall of Asia by lunch time without having to drive. You can go about your business and take the ferry back to your residential home by the beach by late noon and still be in time for dinner.
If you have this set up, it will actually make a lot of sense investing in a Globe Visibility or PLDT WeRoam account.
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7 replies on “Hamilo Coast”
is this for real???? o_O
is this SHOT for real?!?
this is a really good tourism idea.. will landco pips kill me if (IF!!!) i like this???
Hamilo Coast is beautiful! I hope that even with it’s plan of developing the area, the people in charge would also make sure that most of the flora and fauna, and wildlife habitat is preserved.
Yes, I also want to live the Abe Olandres dream! 😀
Damnit! I want that dream too! I’ve been wanting this for a long time. Too bad I’m not Boracay material. But man, Batangas is close enough…. It’s close to Manila and yet far away as well.
hear, hear! yup, hope they are able to preserve it. i don’t want the place to become too commercialized.
when i visited panglao, i was a little sad that many foreigners (germans) own the resort places there. nothing against them… but i want my own too! (ohhh when will that be….? *cries in despair*)
SM is working with WWF to preserve the ecosystem and do sustainable development stuff.:)
world wrestling foundation? 🙂
maybe by the time i get back, i can visit this place. ganda!
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