The Answer To Metro Manila

Pacific Coast Cities Aims To Build The Next Manila

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Asia's New Future Port

Pacific Coast Cities Is The Future Gateway To Southeast Asia

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A Magnificent Resort City

Beautiful Pacific Ocean Views on the Eastern Seaboard of Luzon

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The Pacific Coast Cities

The Pacific Coast Cities Project is comprised of 8 beautifully master-planned cities:

Shipping Port

A major feature in this project is the development of the Dingalan Bay Seaport. This is considered a national flagship project that will transform the Philippines into a global shipping center.

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As a model of agriculture, the agro-industrial city will be a place where food production becomes an art. All farming will be fully mechanized and automated in close relationship with its corresponding industries.

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The Workers City will encompass the sources of primary livelihood from industrial estates nearby to service modern agro-based industries and other related light industries.

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The university city of Pacific Coast will be home to both new schools and old universities relocating from Metro Manila, with schools that have a special interest in the study of natural sciences and resources indigenous to the surrounding area.

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The area zoned for the Olympic City will be suited to host large sporting and water sports related events both nationally and internationally

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Th Government City will be the center of all institutions and agencies related to governance. This includes both national and urban governance of the new metropolis.

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As a resort community, the Pacific Coast City offers unparalleled Pacific Ocean views which sharpen one's fascination with emerald blues and sparkling stretches of sand.

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The Pacific Coast City will also include a dedicated site for religious communities and an ecumenical center.

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Where are the Pacific Coast Cities Located?

Located on the Eastern seaboard of Luzon with a total land mass of about 80,000 hectares, it is bounded by San Luis, Aurora on the North, Gen. Nakar, Aurora on the South, The Pacific Ocean on the East, and Nueva Ecija on the West.