Ayala Land’s commitment to sustainability

Events of the past few months have pointed to the clear need to ensure sustainability of communities, towns, cities and regions. The government is hard pressed to create the overall framework for a sustainable country and regions. Despite setbacks, it can be said that it is in the national agenda.

At the other end of the scale of cities, townships, and communities, private development companies have taken up the challenge of delivering homes and settings for work and play, that sustain a high quality of life for those who choose to live in these enclaves. The pioneer and erstwhile leader in this field is Ayala Land Inc. (ALI). They celebrate their 25th anniversary this year; an accomplishment built on a hundred years of its mother company’s endeavors in the Philippines, as well as half a century of real estate development experience prior to ALI in its contemporary presence.

From the post-war years of the first residential developments at Makati, the company made sure that its projects would last and continue to evolve, improve and add value to the lives of people. The pursuit of sustainability in all of ALI’s developments, operations, and the communities it affects, continues to this day to be a very important objective of the company.

Sustainability is not just a buzzword at Ayala Land. I spoke to three ALI executives, who walk the talk of green building and sustainability. They all expounded on how sustainability is entrenched in both the process, as well as, all ALI’s development products.

The first person I chatted with was Art Corpuz, ALI senior vice president and head of Urban and Regional Planning and Central Land Acquisition Division. Art is an old classmate and colleague at the UP (although he taught at the planning school and I at the College of Architecture, where we both took our undergrad degrees).

Art started by emphasizing that the relevance and success of a development is rooted in the relationships of the project with the host city or municipality or even with the larger vicinity of the region. This is especially important with respect to the mixed-use or township-type of developments ALI is best known for.

As Art explained: “How a development relates to both the spatial and economic contexts of its surrounding environment can be easily overlooked but it is, in fact, critical to the feasibility, and therefore the growth and ultimately the value of the project. This includes physical and sectoral integration—such as transit access and jobs-housing linkages—as well as disaster risk reduction. The ability of a city to cope with disasters, for example, is directly related to its economic strength and the large scale investments of ALI can help reinforce this ability.”

“The scale of its projects allows ALI to catalyze new areas for growth in ways that can enhance resiliency or sustainability, by reducing concentration in overbuilt traditional districts, for example, or by providing redundant infrastructure, alternate routes, and water retention facilities to name others. In some cases, ALI is involved directly in the organization and/or operation of transit services, such as in Bonifacio Global City. All of these might not be possible if traditional incremental and piecemeal growth takes place.”

Art explained further that sustainability beyond what is typically recognized as green development is increasingly being standardized in all ALI projects. In addition to the open spaces and parks that have been the hallmark of ALI developments, there is a consistent effort to prioritize local employment, engage with local communities, establish or improve pedestrian and transit connectivity, improve energy and water use efficiency, and reduce residual solid waste.

Art emphasized that like most responsible developers: “we take into consideration the natural features of each site and take measures to ensure that our development will have minimal impact to the surroundings.”

Projects such as Anvaya Cove and NUVALI employ the use of both soft and hard stormwater strategies to control erosion and absorb rain water. These include using native vegetation, respecting natural waterways and other techniques that help decrease run-off to other areas.

I spoke next to Dan Abando, Makati Development Corporation (MDC) President. He was quite thorough in spelling out MDC’s vital role in ALI’s crusade to create masterplanned, mixed-use and sustainable communities across the country.

Dan said that MDC follows an assiduous 16-point execution plan that guides all employees on what to do to abide by ALI’s vision of creating sustainable communities. He pointed out that the plan starts from project organization, to safety and quality control, on to waste management and risk mitigation for all projects.

He outlined the company’s sustainable practices during construction and after turnover, including the proper sourcing of materials, the use of sustainable and green building and property features, proper orientation, stormwater management, waste handling, electrical consumption. He went on to how all these features are being considered to ensure sustainability.

“Over the years we have been ensuring that we strike a balance between construction and preserving the environment,” shares Dan. “We understand that an intact ecosystem plays a big role in adding value to our developments in the long-run.”

Finally, I spoke to Joel Luna, ALI vice president and head of the Innovation and Design Group, ALI’s center for innovation about sustainable elements in design.

Joel started his spiel with how they consciously integrate open spaces and places of congregation in the design of buildings. He cited the exemplary settings of the Ayala Triangle Gardens and the linear expansiveness of Bonifacio High Street, both popular magnets for residents and visitors.

Joel also brought my attention to the fact that their approach is also used in ALI’s projects beyond Metro Manila. He boasted the successes of Ayala Alabang’s and NUVALI’s open space network and the tiered complexion of the Terraces in Ayala Center Cebu.

He went further in drawing the point that all these developments look for interconnectivity and permeability of access; making all of them, human-scaled, welcoming and pedestrian-friendly.

“We consciously provide facilities to encourage a more pedestrian-friendly environment in all our developments,” shares Joel. “We provide covered walkways and access to public transportation in all our developments. Here in Makati, for instance, you can walk from one end of Ayala Avenue to the other without having to go down the street through our elevated walk-way system.”

Joel clarified the environmental benefits of their approach, stating that all their effort at sustainable and green design and building, helps counter air pollution, reduces the heat island effect that raises temperatures in un-planned city districts, aids the absorbtion of storm water and prevents excessive run-off to mitigate any change of flooding.

To wrap up our little talk, Ayala Land’s senior architect touched on how ALI’s developments shape the market and enhances lifestyles of individuals and communities.

Joel spotlighted that ALI’s developments like the Ayala Triangle Gardens encourage a healthier and sustainable lifestyle, enticing joggers, bikers and those who enjoy more active pursuits.

He also proudly noted that ALI is a champion of the preservation and appreciation of art, as exemplified in BGC, with its art installations all around the estate. There are few spots in the metro that has anything close to this.

Joel also discussed with me the aspect of community building by encouraging social interaction among residents and workers of the area in these open public spaces and settings designed for interactions.

Such interactions, he noted, also depended on programmatic aspects of management of these spaces. He explained that scheduled events such as the Lights and Sounds show, Christmas and New Year events for Makati, BGC, Alabang and other centers are also tailor fit to the needs of their communities. They also just held the Big Bite in Marquee Mall in Pampanga, a great success!

Ultimately sustainability means building communities that not only meet the diverse needs of existing customers, residents, visitors; but also thrive for generations, offer environmentally sensitive products and design, and contribute to uplifting the lives of people in and around them.

The interviews with the three sustainability champions at ALI show that for the company, sustainability is a purposeful and consistent part of everything it does – from the choices it makes in terms of land acquisitions, to the masterplanning of the communities and townships it developed, to the design of its products that incorporate green elements to make them energy efficient, environmentally sound and truly sustainable.

But that’s not all, for Ayala Land, being sustainable is really beyond going green – it takes into consideration other sustainability principles such as community stewardship and social development. An example is the conscious engaging of the community and support for local arts and culture, personnel development, health and safety, and accountability.

To ALI, sustainability is essential. Green building and the concept of stewardship is important to the company in its pursuit of excellence in building communities and townships.

Urban Living at the heart of Bonifacio Global City

AYALA Land strengthens Bonifacio High Street as it continues to unfold a dynamic distract, a distinct strip at its core thrives with the urban destinations it houses, espousing a sense of vibrancy that characterizes its environs.

Bonifacio High Street (BHS) is currently the fastest growing urban hub in the city. BHS is continuing to carve its niche right into the center of the current Filipino lifestyle. BHS is offering something for everyone with stores along the strip to fit everyone’s needs and wants.  BHS is home to some notable lifestyle spots in Bonifacio Global City, which include Market! Market!, Bonifacio High Street, including Serendra, Bonifacio High Street Central, and recently with the opening of the ground-breaking Mind Museum.

“To date, Ayala Land is at the forefront of these developments, as well as the evolution of BGC as a whole, solidifying the company’s vision, leadership and dynamism in bringing large-scale, mixed-use urban hubs in the country,” shared Antonio T. Aquino, president of Ayala Land and Fort Bonifacio High Street Development Corp. “And essentially, BHS banners Ayala Land’s aggressive efforts in HGC, as evinced by the presence of the developments within its 1-kilometer strip that traverses at the heart of the district,” continued Aquino.

The above-mentioned venture that is regarded as the most remarkable step for ALI and BGC will be the much awaited opening of the mixed-use development. This development will culminate the experience in the BHS strip which is now named One Bonifacio High Street. ALI brings the name One Bonifacio High Street as the property name because its homeowners will be at the heart of the district.

Ayala Land, Evergreen Holdings and Fort Bonifacio Development Corp. share in this P30-billion project that is posed to strengthen Bonifacio High Street’s thrust as an avenue for passion and living. This project will be regarded as the biggest investment in one singular area.

With a noteworthy master plan that showcases the pride and expertise of ALI in building and innovation, the development will seamlessly integrate a grade AAA office building, a premium lifestyle center, an all-suite residential tower by Ayala Land Premier. The Suites as well as Shangri-La Hotel, which offers five-star hotel amenities, will partner to bring a perfect urban lifestyle living.

“The office building will soon be home to Philippine Stock Exchange,” said Aquino. “On the other hand, the four-level prime lifestyle hub that will foster the distinction of BHS as a refined leisure destination, as it will soon be the address of different premium stores, luxury shops and fine dining options that will complement the premium ambiance of One Bonifacio High Street.” Aquino has high hopes in the integration of business and leisure in this urban hub in the heart of Bonifacio Global City.

Initially introduced during a priority selling event, The Suites at One Bonifacio High Street was well received by the market with only three units left for sale out of the 298 total number of units. Carrying Ayala Land’s legacy in bringing premium residential spaces in distinguishing enclaves, The Suites at One Bonifacio High Street has evidently excited the market with a new living concept in a new address that furthers the pride and accomplishment in the middle of Bonifacio High Street.

“The rise of One Bonifacio High Street as a premium mixed-use block puts into view the prolific undertaking of Ayala Land in BHS. This development, too, serves as yet another tangible proof of the significance of the company’s investments as it serves the fruition of their vision in shaping multifunctional landscapes that broaden the progress of urban hubs in the country,” said Aquino.

Refinement redefined at Park Point Cebu

LIVE, work and play are Ayala’s main motivations for the new residential building Park Point Cebu. Ayala Land Inc. (Ali), through its signature brand Ayala Land Premier (ALP), will be launching a new tower in the center of the thriving city of Cebu.

Business hubs across the globe will no longer be solidified into one area as Ayala bridges the gap by creating multi-use hubs for working and living combining clusters of leisure and residential developments.

The Cebu Park District will mirror that of Bonifacio High Street as well as Makati as Cebu grows into an industrial and much sought-after living destination. “Five to ten years ago, high end property developers like Ayala thought that Cebu wasn’t ready. (Today,) Cebu has changed dramatically to an economic and prosperous district that is now ready to carry the brand that Ayala offers,” said Jose Juan Jugo, head of Ayala Land Premier. “We needed to catch up with Cebu because she was running to fast,” he added.

Ali and Cebu Holdings Inc. (CHI) continue to have a major redevelopment project that involves the twinning of its existing business squares—Cebu I.T. Park and Cebu Business Park. Through this, they hope to solidify the character of the city as a burgeoning global hub for business, pleasure, leisure and living.

Ali and CHI will be investing a total of P12.5 billion in the development of Cebu Park District which includes the revitalization of Cebu Park District’s overall master plan. Cebu Park District will create a destination that allows urbanites to enjoy a space that flourishes and espouses both convince and recreation. As well as the comfort of knowing all of your wants and desires are an elevator ride away.

“We want the residences to have access to the supermarkets at the mall and be able to take the elevator when they please (in order) to pick up olive oil to finish cooking. We want to give them accessibility and luxury,” said Jugo.

“This distinctive lifestyle destination is regionally recognized for housing different premier shopping and dining options to serve the gustatory desires of both locals and tourists. Given its function, it basically completes and balances the urban experience in Cebu’s urban hub,” shared Antonino Aquino, president of Ayala Land and chairman of Cebu Holdings, Inc. “However, the expansion that involves investment share of Ayala Land Premier, will broaden the basic intent of its master plan.”

The 38-storey residential tower is the first of its kind in ALP’s residential portfolio in the region. ALP will be introducing a new living concept that will mark the beginning of sophisticatedly modern and integrated living within the premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination itself. Ali through ALP expands its footprint in the Cebu region broadening the spectrum of Cebu Park District which will be at the center of the thriving city complex.

“Given its location, future residents will experience sophistication and convenience at the same time, as Park Point Residences will offer private access to the soon-to-rise destinations in Ayala Center Cebu. While the idea of living a sophisticated lifestyle is not new to Cebuanos, the newest residential development will further the experience through replicating globally designed lifestyles In major cities worldwide, as Park Point Residences will be set right at the heart of an exciting urban enclave,” shared Jugo.

Each unit will be furnished to offer soothing and refreshing spaces above the din of bustling metropolis. With a total of 255, which consist of one- to three-bedroom units the iconic residential tower will offer a vast view of Cebu’s vibrant cityscape which is at the center of everything.

“Most of the thriving cities across the globe demonstrate of envision offering a lifestyle that is defined by expediency and refinement, coupled with options that allow urbanites to breathe and relax despite the fast-paced setting. That is basically what the expansion of Ayala Center Cebu and the rise of Park Point Residences will replicate in the coming years—a pensively master-planned urban center and residential enclave that will reinforce the innate sophistication and urban convenience of Cebu,” Jugo intimated.

The Suites: Urban Living at the heart of Bonifacio Global City

AYALA Land strengthens Bonifacio High Street as it continues to unfold a dynamic distract, a distinct strip at its core thrives with the urban destinations it houses, espousing a sense of vibrancy that characterizes its environs.

Bonifacio High Street (BHS) is currently the fastest growing urban hub in the city. BHS is continuing to carve its niche right into the center of the current Filipino lifestyle. BHS is offering something for everyone with stores along the strip to fit everyone’s needs and wants.  BHS is home to some notable lifestyle spots in Bonifacio Global City, which include Market! Market!, Bonifacio High Street, including Serendra, Bonifacio High Street Central, and recently with the opening of the ground-breaking Mind Museum.

“To date, Ayala Land is at the forefront of these developments, as well as the evolution of BGC as a whole, solidifying the company’s vision, leadership and dynamism in bringing large-scale, mixed-use urban hubs in the country,” shared Antonio T. Aquino, president of Ayala Land and Fort Bonifacio High Street Development Corp. “And essentially, BHS banners Ayala Land’s aggressive efforts in HGC, as evinced by the presence of the developments within its 1-kilometer strip that traverses at the heart of the district,” continued Aquino.

The above-mentioned venture that is regarded as the most remarkable step for ALI and BGC will be the much awaited opening of the mixed-use development. This development will culminate the experience in the BHS strip which is now named One Bonifacio High Street. ALI brings the name One Bonifacio High Street as the property name because its homeowners will be at the heart of the district.

Ayala Land, Evergreen Holdings and Fort Bonifacio Development Corp. share in this P30-billion project that is posed to strengthen Bonifacio High Street’s thrust as an avenue for passion and living. This project will be regarded as the biggest investment in one singular area.

With a noteworthy master plan that showcases the pride and expertise of ALI in building and innovation, the development will seamlessly integrate a grade AAA office building, a premium lifestyle center, an all-suite residential tower by Ayala Land Premier. The Suites as well as Shangri-La Hotel, which offers five-star hotel amenities, will partner to bring a perfect urban lifestyle living.

“The office building will soon be home to Philippine Stock Exchange,” said Aquino. “On the other hand, the four-level prime lifestyle hub that will foster the distinction of BHS as a refined leisure destination, as it will soon be the address of different premium stores, luxury shops and fine dining options that will complement the premium ambiance of One Bonifacio High Street.” Aquino has high hopes in the integration of business and leisure in this urban hub in the heart of Bonifacio Global City.

Initially introduced during a priority selling event, The Suites at One Bonifacio High Street was well received by the market with only three units left for sale out of the 298 total number of units. Carrying Ayala Land’s legacy in bringing premium residential spaces in distinguishing enclaves, The Suites at One Bonifacio High Street has evidently excited the market with a new living concept in a new address that furthers the pride and accomplishment in the middle of Bonifacio High Street.

“The rise of One Bonifacio High Street as a premium mixed-use block puts into view the prolific undertaking of Ayala Land in BHS. This development, too, serves as yet another tangible proof of the significance of the company’s investments as it serves the fruition of their vision in shaping multifunctional landscapes that broaden the progress of urban hubs in the country,” said Aquino.

Anvaya Cove adds Parkway Vistas to development

Anvaya Cove recently expanded its offerings with the addition of Parkway Vistas.

“Parkway Vistas is the first and most extensive of the neighborhoods located on the southern point of Anvaya Cove,” said Juan Miguel Javellana, project manager of Anvaya Cove. “And following our vision of maintaining the natural beauty of the environment, Parkway Vistas follows the natural lay of its location.”

Internationally recognized as an environmentally sustainable development, Anvaya Cove, developed by Ayala Land Premier, offers a host of residential living spaces in the verdant, tranquil surroundings of Bataan. Boasting 3.5 kilometers of fine coastline, panoramic views, and lush forest areas, the 320-hectare property has been one of the top developments within the north’s Growth Corridor.

“Anvaya Cove is strategically located near Angeles and Subic, the other two burgeoning districts of the Growth Corridor alongside Bataan. These areas, which Ayala Land intends to develop, are poised to rise as leading recreational, business and leisure destinations,” said Leya Moya, head of the Ayala Land Premier’s Leisure Group.

The location itself is one of the reasons why the property continues to thrive as one of the best residential and leisure developments in the country. A short drive from Subic and 2.5 hours away from Manila, Anvaya Cove is an accessible haven that provides a serene living and leisure ideal.

Parkway Vistas t is bordered with lush, natural terrain, a seasonal brook, and a golf course. “Surrounded by parks and greens, Parkway Vistas is poised to heighten the relaxing, close-to-nature ambiance that is inherent to Anvaya Cove,” Javellana said.

With an elevation of 45-80 meters above sea level, residents who will build their homes in Parkway Vistas can experience multiple views such as the commanding sights of Hole 4, as well as the mountains of Silanguin and Natib.

“Future lot owners of Parkway Vistas will not only enjoy Anvaya Cove’s tranquil environment, but just like other residents, they will surely take pleasure in the property’s wide array of amenities that cater to different interests,” Moya said.

Anvaya Cove offers a sustainably developed 18-hole, all-weather Anvaya Cove Golf and Sports Club, a\multi-purpose function rooms, recreational beach areas that feature the Water Sports Pavilion and the Pawikan Bar and Grille, a pool complex that boasts of an infinity pool, lounge pool, and lap pool, to nature camp trails.

Parkway Vistas’ maintenance will also be handled by the Ayala Property Management Corp. to guarantee the same privacy, exclusivity, and security that all Ayala Land Premier developments receive.

“Parkway Vistas also serves as a testimonial as to how Anvaya Cove maintains its exceptionality as a residential leisure development,” Javellana saids.

Bring in the great outdoors!

Two and a half months to Christmas, five months to summer; the worst months of the year are almost over! Gloomy wet weather drenches the metro, dampens our spirits and creates havoc in the city—of the kind we can only bear for too long. The “ber” months bring the promise of clearer skies and the chance to spend more time enjoying the outdoors. It adds to the meaning of a merry Christmas. With the northeast winds blowing, even the nice warm days of summer will be just right around the corner.

We eagerly look forward to our holidays for the breather they give us: an escape from the urban grind, a time to play and just be. They are almost always earmarked for an out-of-town trip, and often to one’s own or a borrowed second home. It is almost as if being in great outdoors further supports that feeling of, and longing for, liberation.

Opening our abode to the outdoors while in the middle of the city isn’t quite ideal: it makes us vulnerable to pollution, exposed to city noise, and to the unwanted views of our neighbors. Fortunately, there are many developments at the fringes of the metro that have the green and outdoor lifestyle in mind. A few weeks back, we took a short drive south and visited Ayala Land Premiere’s “Elaro.”

Purposely planned as the greenest of the Nuvali’s communities in Santa Rosa, Elaro has a density of six lots per hectare and showcases naturally rolling terrain, mature trees and views of the surrounding hills of Tagaytay and Makiling. It even has a bird sanctuary which, at 14 hectares, is almost equivalent to 20 percent of the community’s land area.

Outdoor haven

While it’s easy to go green and “outdoorsy” within the boundaries of your own property, what developments like Elaro deliver is a physical framework for true outdoor living. For an entire community to be an outdoor haven, its character must grow out from the existing terrain and be carefully thought through the following:

  • the allotment of areas for development;
  • the preservation of existing ecosystems with its flora and fauna;
  • the prudent design of “hard surfaces” such as roads and sidewalks  (that they may be pedestrian friendly and sensitive to the lifestyle patterns of an outdoor-living community); and,
  • the guidance given to lot owners through the building restrictions.

Seemingly insignificant details like fence heights, regulations on tree-cutting, building setbacks and other limitations also allow the natural climate—wind and its cooling effect—to permeate through the community and affect each home in the most positively natural way: as per mother nature’s design.

Setting limits on the buildable area per lot controls the human density of the site, and thus tilts the scale in favor of the unbuilt or natural environment systems, further supporting the workings of the outdoor community concept.

Panorama of green views

What it also makes available is a panorama of green views and vistas that are experienced from the indoors. These communities provide the opportunity to strip a home bare of all its concealments and coverings, and promote more terrace spaces, large windows, wrap-around balconies, open-air bathrooms and open-air anything! Its building envelope can be less fortified and instead, be so perforated that it almost seamlessly integrates into its setting. Aside from the visual, there are also the auditory and kinesthetic experiences—the rustling of leaves, chirping of birds, the breeze on one’s cheeks—that enhance the visual enjoyment of the outdoor experience.

I have been to communities in vacation spots like Nasugbu or Tagaytay that promote themselves to be outdoor-friendly, but have planned their communities so badly, homeowners are forced to build homes that are better suited to the city—small windows, expansive walls and oriented toward the indoors—all because the planning of the community and its support systems are just that—city-like—and with no sensitivity to the outdoor environment and how the human sensibilities can make the most of it.

Our vacation homes are still best enjoyed when they make the most of our tropical climate and allow us to wallow in the natural elements that exist beyond the four walls of our dwelling place. Thus with wide roof eaves, we are protected  from rain and direct sunlight, with tall windows hot and cool air are allowed to flow, and with high ceilings heat is pulled upward and away from our bodies. The more open the structure, the better it adapts to our climate. And the more beautiful our surroundings, the more we’d like to draw its charming greatness into our homes. And when drawing it physically is not possible, visually could very well be enough.

Road Trip: The Exclusive Anvaya Cove in Bataan

What’s a better way to kick-off the Premier family’s first management team building for 2011 than to celebrate time with colleagues and friends at the strictly all-exclusive members-only Anvaya Cove in Bataan.

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Anvaya means family in Sanskit. Anvaya Cove is Ayala Land Premier’s first venture in leisure development. Its amenities and facilities have been specially designed to be family-friendly and barkada-friendly.

Anvaya Cove is an all exclusive seaside residential community which offers neighborhoods with distinctive environments set against stunning views of the mountains of the Bataan range and the waters of Subic Bay. Its admission is strictly limited to members and homeowners, their dependents and guests.

T’was a cool early Saturday morning in July. Coming from a Friday shift, all the managers and assistant managers in my department were tired. We were sleepy and exhausted – – but extremely excited. Despite coming from a sleepless 9-hour shift, we were excited to hit the road to Bataan, to finally be in Bataan’s most exclusive seaside residential community.

Anvaya Cove is a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Manila via NLEX and SCTEX. Anvaya Cove is 30 minutes away from the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (via the road beside thickly-jungled mountainside and bamboo forests). Feel free to quickly stop over at the Subic Bay Freeport to buy stuff that you have left in Manila. In our case, we stopped by Subic to buy imported liquor, chocolates, snacks, and Poptarts – – all tax-free. Anvaya Cove is 30 minutes away from the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (via the road beside thickly-jungled mountainside and bamboo forests).

We stayed in a privately-owned villa. Club members either have their own houses and villas in Anvaya or they stay at the clubhouse, hotel-style.
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Anvaya Cove Villa. Our villa was good for 12 people.
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It can comfortably house 12 guests in its four rooms, servant/driver’s quarter exclusive.
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Our room was the biggest – -with our own jacuzzi and walk-in closet. =)
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After sleeping, eating, sleeping, drinking, sleeping, watching DVDs, and sleeping, we all drove down to the clubhouse to enjoy the water — the beach, kiddie pool, lap pool, and infinity pool.

Balinese-inspired pavilion leading to the kiddie pool and infinity pool.
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In true Ayala fashion, nature is abundant around the clubhouse.
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Clubhouse Lobby
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Restaurant
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Pools. Lap Pool. Infinity Pool. Kiddie Pool.
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White sand beach. Subic waters meeting Bataan mountain range.
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Anvaya Cove is a great place to take your vacation, great for families which want to have a quick weekend getaway from Manila, close friends and barkadas which needed a quick time-off the usual Manila gimmicks, or for companies which want to hold their management company outings.

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Travel Spot: Anvaya Cove
Address: Bataan, Philippines
Website: www.ayalapropertyexpert.com
Others: Anvaya Cove is a strictly exclusive seaside community. Its admission is strictly limited to members and homeowners, their dependents and guests.