Regatta Bay is a concept by Cabanilla Marketing and Development Corporation (CMDC). A first of its kind — situated in the heart of Puerto Princesa City — Regatta is a community by the beach and a stunning departure from the ordinary.
Regatta Bay is surrounded by natural hot spring establishments, beautiful islands and amazing resorts. The concept is “a community by the beach” where fun accessibility, functionality and comfort come as one. It offers luxurious amenities such as infinity pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, fitness center, parks and playground, jogging path, function hall, commercial center, along with a proposed water sports activity center and enchanted forest attraction for the whole development.
Regatta Bay Palawan is located at Lomboy Street, Puerto Princesa. Construction is in full swing using green, sustainable and environment-friendly technology by Dasco Global Construction & Development Corp.
CMDC President Christopher Cabanilla describes the development as “upscale, simplified, and relaxing” which for Chairman Stella Cabanilla is their company’s contribution for the tourism and economic success in the community.
“The villas and residences at the New Regatta Bay are suitable for retirement and investment purposes which are also relatively inexpensive. We invite everyone, including the foreigners, to invest in this highly relaxing, healthy and all nature community in this side of the Philippines,” Cabanilla said.
Puerto Princesa City in Palawan is the next big thing in real-estate development after Clark, Cebu and Davao. To begin with, its spanking international airport can accommodate advanced-technology jetliners. And with over 30 flights a day today, it is easily the busiest provincial city airport in the Philippines.
Considered the Philippines’ last frontier, Palawan owe it’s vibrant tourism industry with a World Heritage Site, the Puerto-Princesa Subterranean River National Park, and countless other new and undiscovered. of nature that can be found here.
Moreover, the city has never been hit by a major earthquake in the last 500 years. This gives someone something that money can’t buy: peace of mind. It is also seldom visited by typhoons, and is shielded by eastern Philippine islands from the Pacific side.
The city is the center of communication, education and public administration for Palawan. It is a carbon-neutral city, has good and stable peace and order, warm and committed people, diverse and skilled manpower.
Over the years, Palawan has easily become the country’s investment haven with different real estate companies doing business in the provincial city such as Camella Homes, Brighton Homes of Robinsons Land Corp., Regatta Bay of Cabanilla Marketing and Development Corp., and Imperial Palace of Phil De Meer Corp., among many others.