Ilocos Norte hosts 24th NLABC for first time

Top officials and members of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) gathered for the very first time in Ilocos Norte on July 8-10 to participate in the 24th North Luzon Area Business Conference (NLABC). Mr. Ricardo Tolentino, President of PCCI – Ilocos Norte Chapter said that hosting the conference More »

PGIN launches ‘Silpo ti Biag 707’ (Lifeline 707) Project

In an effort to improve the quality and delivery of public health and medical services to Ilocanos especially the poor and indigent, Governor Imee R. Marcos launched ‘Silpo ti Biag 707’ (Lifeline 707) Project on July 1, 2015 at Batac City, Ilocos Norte. Through this project, residents of the province More »

16th ASEAN Age Group Chess Champion Mhage Sebastian visits Gov. Imee

Mhage Gerriahlou F. Sebastian, Gold Medalist at the 16th ASEAN Age Group Chess Championships in Singapore, visits Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos at the Capitol June 19, 2015. Mhage hails from Barangay Binsang, Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte. More »

PGIN Task Force Trabaho offers first free masonry training in N. Luzon

First time in Northern Luzon, a free six-month training for basic masonry will be offered by the Provincial Government of Ilocos Norte (PGIN) Task Force Trabaho to at least 30 Ilocano youth starting July this year in Paoay. According to Mr. June Arvin Gudoy, Head of PGIN Communications and Media More »

PGIN, CFO to bring Mobile Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar to Ilocos Norte

In line with the efforts of Governor Imee R. Marcos to make various government services accessible to more Ilocanos, the Provincial Government of Ilocos Norte (PGIN) together with the Commission on Filipino Overseas (CFO) is scheduled to conduct the Mobile Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (MOBILE-PDOS) at the Sangguniang Panlalawigan Hall, Provincial More »

Ilocos Norte launches garlic buyback scheme

In order to assist the local garlic producers to widen their market reach, the Provincial Government of Ilocos Norte (PGIN) launched for the first time a buyback scheme for garlic on May 20, 2015 during Manang Imee’s Capitol Express. According to Millennium Development Goals Office Head Edwin Cariño, the program More »

PGIN extends zero-interest educational loans for Ilocano parents thru ‘Asikaso ni Manang Imee’ program

With the aim to eradicate extreme poverty in the province by prioritizing educational programs, Governor Imee R. Marcos announces the ‘Asikaso ni Manang Imee,’ a new initiative of the Provincial Government of Ilocos Norte (PGIN) that offers educational loans to help Ilocano students pursue and finish their studies. Mr. June More »

Miss Ilocos Norte 2015 to produce more community ambassadors, to showcase emerging local fashion design industry

As part of the celebration of Ilocos Norte’s La Virgen Milagrosa Provincial Fiesta, 23 women representing the different municipalities of Ilocos Norte are vying to become the next Miss Ilocos Norte as its most-anticipated coronation night is set to take place on May 9, Saturday at the Ilocos Norte Centennial More »

Ilocos Norte’s Himala sa Buhangin Festival to pay tribute to Da King

Ilocos Norte, a fast-growing center for film tourism, will once again be a host to a number of upbeat music and art installations with the return of Himala sa Buhangin this May 1, 2015 at the Sand Dunes. After unveiling the sculpture of Elsa from the internationally-acclaimed and iconic Filipino More »

Ilocos Norte’s Himala sa Buhangin! Festival to exhibit world-class avant-garde art installations

As the Himala sa Buhangin! Festival makes its third year comeback on May 1, the majestic expanse of the Paoay Sand Dunes will be transformed once again into a haven of avant-garde art installations. Governor Imee R. Marcos believes that the Ilocanos are given the chance to be exposed to world-class artworks More »

Himala sa Buhangin! Festival will feature sand sports adventures, draws more tourists in Paoay

The vast land of Paoay Sand Dunes is welcoming hundreds of thousands of tourists since the Himala sa Buhangin! Festival kicked off last May 2012 which featured unique and thrilling sands sports adventures in the country. According to the Ilocos Norte Tourism Office, the Paoay Sand Dunes is one of the most More »

Himala sa Buhangin! Festival brings jobs, boosts local economy

As the Himala sa Buhangin! Festival continues to prosper on its third year, the biggest and most recognized outdoor arts and music festival in the north is again set to provide more employment opportunities for the locals of Ilocos Norte. Himala sa Buhangin! features Ilocos Norte’s sand sports adventures such as the 4X4 More »

Camella opens the first Spanish-inspired development in Laoag

Laoag, the provincial capital of Ilocos Norte and center of the fast developing North Luzon Economic Triangle, is every traveler’s dream destination. It is the perfect place to learn and relax as within its confines thrive an interesting blend of historical and cultural sites.

Every year, a good number of tourists touch down at the Laoag International Airport to see the city’s Spanish colonial buildings particularly the Malacañang Palace of the North and the famous Philippine baroque churches like the St. William’s Cathedral with the Laoag Sinking Bell Tower about a 100 meters away from the church. Paoay Church’s belltower and flying buttress as well as Fort Ilocandia’s famous gardens.

Tourists and even locals visit the natural sand dunes and tropical white-sand beaches and explore destinations in nearby  municipalities. Undoubtedly, tourism is the major driver of the city’s local infrastructure and investment economy.

Its strategic location and proximity to the highly progressive Asian cities of Hongkong and Taiwan make the city of Laoag a prime economic hub where industrial zones blend with designated commercial establishments and residential enclaves.

One such development that has been attracting potential homeowners to Laoag can be found in the quaint barangay of Zamboanga. Just a few minutes ride away from Laoag city center and the Laoag International Airport is the newly launched Camella Laoag.

Strategically located near familiar bus stations, schools and universities like Northwestern University, Holy Spirit Academy, Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University, Divine Word of College and malls and public markets, as well as hospitals and clinics. This new community is situated in a most preferred address within the city.

Camella has the widest geographic presence across the country, dominating the affordable segment. Camella is a member of Vista Land, the country’s largest homebuilder with 35 years of experience in building more than 200,000 homes, not only in Mega Manila, but likewise in 21 key provinces, 48 cities and municipalities in the Philippines.

As you enter the 18-hectare residential development, you are transported to a charming Spanish village set against a rustic Ilocano backdrop. Camella Laoag welcomes its residents to a well-defined streetscape of attractive homes built with the most modern conveniences.

From the standard Lessandra series, to the popular Camella series house models Marvela, Carmela, Drina and Elaisa — purposely built for starting up families and upwardly mobile executives up to the majestic Jewel and Luxuria series — designed for growing families, every effort is made to make homeowners feel and say, that in Camella Laoag, “there really is no place like home”. These homes range from P1.2M to 6M.

Exclusive amenities like the Clubhouse with swimming pool, basketball courts and playgrounds, landscaped parks and gardens are provided for the enjoyment of the family. Round the clock security is ensured for the safety of its residents.

“At best, what makes Camella Laoag a preferred home hunter’s package is its commitment to provide support amenities for today’s modern lifestyle. Indeed, the wish of every family to own the home of their dreams can now come true with Camella,” shares Camella President Jerylluz Quismundo.

The next time you travel to Laoag, discover what makes visitors decide to stay and raise their families in at Camella Laoag. For more details, please call 0915-2175315 or log on to camella.com.ph