Two coastal towns to open new Special  Ecozone

Two coastal towns to open new Special Ecozone

Two coastal towns to open new Special Ecozone

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BALANGA CITY, Bataan – The panoramic and provocative sceneries of Mariveles and Bagac towns facing the majestic West Philippine Sea are considered productive and ideal eco-industrial and tourism industry sites.
These two towns are both starting points of the infamous Death March in 1942.
House Representative Jose Enrique S. Garcia, III of Bataan second congressional district revealed the plan of the country’s largest food conglomerate, San Miguel Global Corporation, to construct a Special Economic Zone in the coastal village of Biaan, Mariveles town and the proposal of Bagac local government authorities to allot 2,000 hectares for the setting up of a Special Economic Zone for eco-tourism industry.
This new development scheme of eco-industrial and tourism would provide attractive investment destination and possible exploration of floodgate for locators who see the high potential and wealth of opportunities in Bataan.
The 50 kilometer concrete national road from the Freeport Area of Bataan (FAB) in Mariveles town interconnecting the premier tourist destination with pristine beaches in Bagac toward the equally progressive Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) .
Study shows that being near areas that are located near blue spaces – areas that are located near bodies of water, can lower levels of psychological distress; just by looking at the calm water your mind sweeps stress, which reportedly encourage housing developers to finance retirement villages, socialized housing and other resort facilities in the two targets coastal towns.

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