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Dubbed as the Jewel of Ilocos Norte, it’s no wonder why Laoag City is included in every traveler’s bucket list with its innumerous lists of tourism and vacation spots!
Laoag City’s name is derived from an Ilocano term meaning ‘light’ or ‘brightness.’ Its other moniker ‘Sunshine City’ is just fitting as this city will amaze you with its bright skyline and clear atmosphere.
Tourism-wise, Laoag City is also known for its sand dunes. Thousands of international and local tourists flock to the city annually to try and experience a thrilling ride in the 4×4 Sand Dune Adventure or feel the rush of the wind on their faces while sand boarding. Visitors also take the time to peek at ancient churches that were built during the Spanish period. Some of the famous historical churches in Laoag include Santa Monica Parish Church and Sinking Bell Tower.
But Laoag City isn’t just about sand and soil. This town also boasts of picturesque coastlines with crystal clear waters and panoramic views of nature. Plunge into the cool waters of Maira-ira Beach, popularly known as Blue Lagoon, Kabigan Falls, and Maligligan Falls.
Aside from adrenaline-pumping activities and breathtaking sceneries, Laoag City is also rich in historical background. Looking back, it is one of the first cities that revolted against the abuse and mistreatment of Augustinian friars. One remarkable event is when Diego Silang led a series of uprisings to free his fellow Ilocanos from the Spanish clutches in 1762. When Silang met his death through a bullet, his wife Gabriela Silang took over and continued his footsteps before meeting her own demise. Prior to the couple’s bravery, the Dingras uprising sparked in 1589 as well as the Pedro Almasan revolt in San Nicolas in 1660.
Today, Laoag City stands proud as the Gateway to North Tourism Hub and the center for business and trading of the whole Ilocos Norte province. Tourism is the city’s major economic driver, paving the way to constructions of infrastructures and road networks that connect the city to other municipalities and tourist sites.
Camella Laoag is a Spanish-themed masterplanned community located at Brgy. Zamboanga, Laoag, Ilocos Norte. This 18-hectare neighborhood offers a wide range of house models, catering to every professional, starting or moving families, and even returning OFWs and migrant workers. Each house model is built to cater to every family’s need for living space. Homebuyers can choose from two-storey houses with three to five bedrooms complete with a cozy living area, a wide dining area, a functional kitchen, and toilets and baths situated at the upper and lower ground floors. To complete this indulging package, house models also have a provision for carport and balcony.
Camella Laoag’s strategic Ilocos Norte location offers utmost luxury and convenience with easy access to commercial establishments, leisure spots, schools, hospitals, and even transport terminals. It also features lavish amenities like basketball court, playground, and a swimming pool exclusive to every homeowner. Truly enough, everything you need is just at an arm’s reach in this subdivision!
Living in Camella Laoag also means easy and exclusive access to tourist spots in the Ilocos region, including Ilocos Sur province. One of its main selling points is that it is near Laoag International Airport. Experience that multitude of history, culture, and modernity here at Camella Laoag.
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Coming from the Laoag City proper, find the Gabu jeepney terminal situated in front of BPI Laoag Rizal branch. Ride the jeepney and drop off at Camella Laoag. The trip will only take 10-15 minutes.
You can take a one-hour direct flight from Manila to Laoag via Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines. Then, ride the Sirib shuttle service and drop off at Camella Laoag. Travel time is about 5 minutes.
Coming from the Laoag City Proper, drive straight to Gilbert Bridge. Take a left turn upon reaching the intersection. Traverse through Airport Rd., and you will spot Camella Laoag.