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Monday, February 08, 2010

Ayala Mall Subic

With the P3-billion mall project of Ayala Corp., more tourists are expected visit Subic Bay in the next three years.

After the completion of the Subic-Clark expressway, SBMA (Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority) is upgrading the former site of the US Naval base as a world-class water sports destination and a convention center.

In an interview, Armand C. Arreza of SBMA said that people will now have the chance to enjoy the same water sports attraction without traveling as far as Camarines Sur.

Beside the said proposed project, Ayala will also build up surrounding areas that will include parks, roads and pathways that should encourage the improvement of existing commercial establishments inside the Subic Freeport zone.

More interesting attractions are soon to be offered with the opening of Ocean9 casino , a golf course and the development of a high-roller casino island resort in the next three years.

Moreover, existing attractions including Camayan Beach Resort , Legenda Suites and amusement parks are also expected to expand.

The Ayala Corp.’s project is expected to finish by 2012 including all other expansions like an area devoted to culture and arts.

Subic is targeting to maintain its recognition as the most visited spot of number of visitors at more than two million as of October last year.

And with its total face-lift in the next three years it is expected to have bigger growth in commercial tourism that will also provide more job opportunities to all Filipinos. [via gmanews.tv] Written by Loren

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