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The Philippine island of Palawan is regarded universally as the most stunningly beautiful of all the world's islands. Every year, Palawan generates hundreds of millions of dollars in total revenue thanks to the large number of tourists that are attracted to the island...

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Long Beach Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone

The Philippine island of Palawan is regarded universally as the most stunningly beautiful of all the world's islands. Every year, Palawan generates hundreds of millions of dollars in total revenue thanks to the large number of tourists that are attracted to the island...

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Long Beach Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone

The Philippine island of Palawan is regarded universally as the most stunningly beautiful of all the world's islands. Every year, Palawan generates hundreds of millions of dollars in total revenue thanks to the large number of tourists that are attracted to the island...

Property Values in San Vicente, Palawan Are Skyrocketing and There is Still Room for Growth

Property values in San Vicente, Palawan are skyrocketing and there is still room for growth. Look for developing areas with a clear path to becoming full-fledged destinations if you want to invest in real estate. San Vicente is still underdeveloped, which means that...

Long Beach Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone

The Philippine island of Palawan is regarded universally as the most stunningly beautiful of all the world's islands. Every year, Palawan generates hundreds of millions of dollars in total revenue thanks to the large number of tourists that are attracted to the island...

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 The island of Palawan is widely considered to be the most attractive in the world. It has some of the best beaches in the world, incredible natural attractions, and a diverse marine ecosystem. Every year, millions of tourists flock to Palawan to swim in its pristine waters, and the islands of Puerto Princesa and Coron are the most popular destinations. Palawan’s total revenue is estimated to be $4.40 billion USD annually.

There’s a brand new destination in Palawan that’s ready to welcome you to its welcoming arms, full of exciting possibilities – San Vicente!

An emerging tourist destination and undiscovered paradise, San Vicente is only three hours from Puerto Princesa. San Vicente is set to become the Philippines’ new source of national pride as a premier tourist destination. San Vicente is an excellent destination that provides its guests with a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn about the local culture while also enjoying the beauty of nature. Thousands of tourists flock to San Vicente each year, and the number’s pristine beaches have lured the attention of several wealthy businessmen, hotel operators, real estate developers, and tour providers. The San Vicente Airport has spurred commercial growth in San Vicente, which is home to a number of hotels, guesthouses, and service providers in the areas of transportation, electricity, and communications. A rise in tourists and associated revenues is anticipated.

It has limitless investment potential, from its coasts to its mountains.

VISION

The San Vicente Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone will be developed on an 883-hectare plot of land along the city’s long beach. A unique paradise, the 14.7 kilometers of coastline here is the longest in the Philippines. There is hope that the San Vicente Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone will serve as a catalyst for growth throughout the entire municipality. The development of the flagship TEZ will be based on a set of twelve green sustainable development principles: Buildings, Cities, Energy, Interiors, Furnishings, Industries, Infrastructure, Sustainable development, Buying, Employment, Travel. This is necessary to guarantee long-term economic growth, as well as eco-friendly urbanism, agritourism, and community-based empowerment in the local area. The Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone aspires to be a bustling tourist destination that offers a wide range of services and attractions to visitors and showcases San Vicente’s rich cultural history and beautiful landscapes.

The project will feature four distinct expansion nodes, each with its own defining theme.

The first cluster, “Sun, Beach, and Ecotourism,” will focus on just that. In this area, construction will cater to affluent consumers. In this group, we’ll do things like go on cruises and relax on the beach as part of our eco-friendly retirement vacation.

Cluster 2 will serve as the epicenter for affordable adventure marine sports and entertainment. Investment possibilities for unusual restaurants and stores can be found in this area.

San Vicente’s indigenous population lives in Cluster 3. This region will not only be developed for traditional beach tourism, but also for Agri-tourism.

Cluster 4 will be developed for the affluent sector of the market. High-end hotels and resorts will flock here.

The 14-kilometer stretch of Long Beach in the TEZ’s first cluster will serve as its primary development hub. Cluster 1 will soon be home to a variety of tourist attractions, including hotels, restaurants, shops, a marina, and a variety of residential, recreational, and commercial spaces designed for visitors of all ages. Cluster one’s needed tourist arrivals necessitate more than 160 000 hotel rooms. San Vicente requires fundamental infrastructure support in order to become a flagship TEZ. Airports, roads, dams, power plants, telecommunications, water treatment plants, sewage sludge disposal plants, docking facilities for mobile homes, hotels, and motels are all examples of such establishments. A minimum beach setback of 50 meters applies to all new construction. Permanent structures are prohibited within the 30- to 50-meter developable zone. The ratio of buildings to open space must be a perfect 50:50, and the maximum allowed building height is 20 meters. In order to accommodate these expansions, the TEZ will require a system of roads, coastal roads, and water transportation facilities to serve as entrances to the zone. The San Vicente Airport, which is located much closer to El Nido than Puerto Princesa, will soon open as a gateway to the town. Access roads to the beach in the form of esplanades and boardwalks are planned every 400 meters.
All money put into the TEZ’s construction will eventually benefit all of San Vicente. The government will pay for necessities like roads and bridges, and it may even entice private companies to chip in.

Opportunities abound in San Vicente’s Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone.