Porto Laiya - own a piece of paradise

Laiya Beach, located in Laiya-Aplaya, San Juan, Batangas, is a popular beach destination in the Philippines and is always being compared to Boracay.

Due to the beach's white sands, clear waters, and proximity to the country's capital, Manila, it has become one of the most famous and most visited beaches in the country, particularly for those from the National Capital Region. The area is fully developed with numerous accommodation facilities ranging from budget-friendly resorts to high-end luxury resorts.

Aquatic activities are always inviting

Tourists are happy to visit Laiya and experience beautiful nature every once in a while, but wouldn't it be great to own a piece of this paradise?

Here's a good news, Active Group is giving you a chance to invest in Porto Laiya, a private residential and beach resort community at Brgy. Laiya Ibabao San Juan, Batangas. The project covers a total area of around 35 hectares and offers over 600 lots.

The place is cool and serene, coconut trees sway with the slow blows of the wind

Why Porto Laiya is a wise investment?

It offers the best seaside living for the homeowners.
It has a beach club which serves as the centerpiece of the community's beachfront activities.
This is where leisure and nature are combined to guarantee an exceptional living for everyone.
Coastal lifestyle merges with contemporary pleasures.

Major Features

The Tamarind Cove pavilion and infinity pool

Tamarind Cove at Porto Laiya has a pavilion and an infinity pool perfect for any kind of activities for the whole family.
Water activities are also available such as snorkeling, kayaking, beach volleyball, boating or sailing, and parasailing.

What I love about the place is the calm and peaceful community. It is not crowded, unlike any other beachfronts in the country. The rich marine life is always an amazing experience. Here, you can always have that perfect vacation - stress-free, worry-free stay with nature. The place is perfect for a retreat, to reflect, to mend and to heal the body, the mind, and the soul.

The beachfront of Porto Laiya

How to access

Via Lipa City
Take South Luzon Expressway and exit at Turbina, Calamba to Sto. Tomas, Batangas. Take the Star Tollway and exit at Balete (Sto. Toribio). From Lipa City, follow the road going to Padre Garcia Public market. Turn right to Quilo-quilo, avoiding Rosario town proper. Take the road going to San Juan, Batangas. Turn right after San Juan Municipal Hall going to Brgy. Laiya.

Here's our quick but exciting day tour in Porto Laiya:


Mhownai said...

Ang ganda naman dyan! Super relaxing, how to invest dito ate?

Jocelyn said...

Wow, I love the photos. Porto Laiya looks beautiful! I'd love to visit someday.

Sarah Bailey said...

Oh my goodness what an amazing looking place! It sounds like it is going to be an amazing place for people who buy some land.

Paula Stewart said...

The only thing missing from these pictures is ME. I need a vacation!

Unknown said...

Philippines has been on my bucket list for a while! I'm hoping to get there this year or next! This beach looks absolutely beautiful, thank you for the tip!

Unknown said...

This places looks beautiful! I would love to visit one day!

Cindy Gordon said...

Now this looks like an awesome place for an extended stay. I love the beach life.

Marissa Zurfluh said...

You weren't kidding about a little piece of paradise! This is an awesome place for some much needed R&R.

Nisha said...

this place looks like heaven. awesome place to refresh and relax. i would visit one day

Melanie said...

What a gorgeous location! I would love to see the water and lovely beaches up close. I know I would feel so relaxed with my toes in the sand.

Foodopium said...

Its really nice location, clean and fresh, very good place to unwind and refresh.

Terri Beavers said...

Omg these are great pictures! I would love to own a piece of land here, it looks very relaxing.

Passions of a SAHM said...

wow, notify me when you're coming to our home =)

Passions of a SAHM said...

I love the beach life, too. You tend to lose all the worries behind when you're in a beach...

Becca Wilson said...

These pictures are seriously stunning! This looks like such an amazing place.

Anonymous said...

Oh how I wish I was enjoying these white sand beaches and warmth. It’s felt like a never ending winter here in Canada

Wanda Lopez said...

Stunning views and that land is to die for. Anyone in the market should jump for it, so worth it.

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