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Legazpi’s waterfront lifestyle hub, commercial and entertainment center
The Embarcadero de Legazpi, Bicol’s premier waterfront lifestyle and commercial hub is now gearing up to become a favorite destination for adventure seekers as it offers exciting new attractions such as go karting, zipline, jetski, Segway PT and many more coming soon!
Embarcadero de Legazpi, the premier lifestyle mall in Southern Luzon, uncovers a new attraction that will surely excite adrenaline-pumped sports fanatics out there! Playland opens its Go-Kart for kart racing aficionados and curious adventure-seekers!
With the majestic Mayon Volcano at the frontline of attractions and with thousands of tourists flocking to Legazpi City, the local government has renewed its drive to boost local tourism by opening more industry-related investment opportunities for the private sector.
This July 2010, unwind, relax and enjoy at the Embarcadero de Legazpi, the City’s premier entertainment and shopping destination. Embarcadero will celebrate the first ever Embarcadero Festival, a two week-long revelry that will be held from July 17 to 31, 2010. Exciting events are lined up for non-stop fun and celebration!
The City of Legazpi is currently undergoing an infrastructure and construction boom with several road and bridge projects nearing completion in and around the city’s vibrant business district. The centerpiece of these projects is the new seaside Legazpi Boulevard stretching more than 4 kilometers from the Embarcadero to Barangay Lamba in the south.
Legazpi continues to adapt ways to help mitigate the negative impact of climate change and global warming caused by pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. New electric-powered, non-polluting jeepneys now provide eco-friendly transportation in the city of Legazpi.
Legazpi City is set to host the three-day Information Technology (Infotek Exhbiti) 2009 on October 28 to 30, 2009 at the Embarcadero IT Park in the Legazpi Port Area. This year’s Infotek is expected to gather hundreds of information technology advocates and professionals from around the country.
With the church maintaining its strong opposition for any form of gambling, the city government opted to stop the potential of casino operation despite initial popular support from the business community and the public. The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. applied for a casino operation on a 24-hour basis at the soon-to-operate P1 billion commercial complex known as Embarcadero.
The city of Legazpi has recovered from the devastating effects of Typhoon Reming (Durian) in November 2006, according to Mayor Noel E. Rosal in an announcement on the eve of the 50th Charter Anniversary of the City on June 12, 2009. Legazpi’s recovery was realized through help of the private sector, the national government and foreign agencies which poured in some P 5-Billion in economic and infra investments in this prime Bicol city.