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Spectacular 360° views and adventure activities await at Ligñon Hill Nature Park
Legazpi’s waterfront lifestyle hub, commercial and entertainment center
For Legazpi City, life does not only continue to bloom. It has been getting livelier as the city administration continues to nourish its booming economy and explore more opportunities to rise high. Indeed, Legaspi has transformed itself from the remains of natural disasters into a world-class city with an influx of investments and tourism-related developments.
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.
Legazpi City began as a barangay called Sawangan (now Legazpi Port) whose inhabitants were mostly fishermen and farmers. In 1587, Franciscan friars of the Doctrina of Cagsawa began to convert the settlement to Christianity and in 1616 they transformed it into a separate town and parish called Albay.