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For the second time, Embarcadero and the Legazpi ICT Council headed by Rosemarie Q. Rey are among the exhibitors in this prestigious event. Legazpi city, being included in the Next Wave Cities showcased its ICT and BPO capabilities wherein the city’s potential as an ideal outsourcing location was presented by city Mayor Noel Rosal during the second day of the conference.
Misibis Bay, your luxury island playground in the Philippines, is a private tropical hideaway built on a private, pristine stretch of beach along the southern tip of Cagraray island in Bacacay, Albay. An exclusive hideaway with just 37 Asian-inspired villas, Misibis Bay promises the extraordinary, the extravagant and the enchanting with a bliss-inducing spa, three pools, two superb restaurants and a wide array of activities from exhilarating water sports to swimming with whale sharks.
The Mayon Trail Run is a 5-kilometer fun run and 18-kilometer adventure foot race organized by the Junior Chamber International and Northface, an international brand of sports apparel and outdoor equipment. This event is part of an awareness campaign against global warming. It was first held last October 2008 just in time for the annual Ibalong Festival in Legazpi City.
Hotel Venezia combines the warmth of home and the modern conveniences of a business hotel. Strategically located near the Legazpi City domestic airport, this 40-room boutique hotel brings the promise of efficiently discreet service and relaxation.
Mount Mayon is one of the most exciting mountains to climb in the Philippines, but it is also one of the most challenging. Rising majestically to a symmetrical cone shaped summit, Mayon is the Philippines’ most active volcano. It is beautiful to behold at a distance but its steep slopes are perilous. Climbers will experience traversing through different terrains with varying degrees of difficulty, from thick forests, to grasslands with razor-sharp talahib, to dangerous rocks and boulders.
Aboitiz Power Corp. (APC) announced it is prepared to take over two power plants, Tiwi in Albay and MakBan along the border of Laguna and Batangas. APC, the Aboitiz group’s holding company for power generation and distribution, said that it has P8 billion on hand to pay for the two plants, comprising 40 percent of the total.
The Kapuntukan Hill lies approximately a kilometer away from the busy Legazpi port. Because of its shape, it is also fondly and more popularly called by Legazpeños as the Sleeping Lion Hill, with the higher peak resembling a lion’s hunched shoulders and mane and the lower peak, its rump.
LEGAZPI CITY –- This booming city, the regional center of Bicol, is coming up with a P120-million modern bus terminal whose construction will be implemented through a build-operate and transfer (BOT) agreement with a local investor-contractor.
The beautifully symmetrical Mayon volcano, which rises to 2,462 meters above the Albay Gulf, is the Philippines’ most active volcano. The structurally simple volcano has steep upper slopes that average 35-40 degrees and is capped by a small summit crater
The Peñaranda Park (also called Freedom Park) in the Old Albay District of Legazpi City is a plaza dedicated to the first Governor of Albay, Jose Ma. Peñaranda who served from 1834-1840. Followng the traditional style of Spanish-type plazas, the Pearanda Park is surrounded by administrative and religious institutions, most notably the Albay Capitol, the Legazpi City Hall, and the St. Gregory the Great Cathedral.