Club Laiya is a prime tourist spot you can call home

Club Laiya. Photo by Kenneth M. del Rosario.

Laiya’s velvety white sand beach and proximity to Metro Manila have long enchanted tourists to come (or come back) over and over. But with the development of Landco’s Club Laiya, it’s now possible to actually live—and perhaps put up a business—in a prime tourist spot… for good.

The sun-kissed 24-hectare Club Laiya is a master-planned and premier leisure estate, resort, and tourism destination two hours drive from the capital. Its vibrant energy is a huge draw for tourists who love beach parties or simply having a drink by the beach at sundown; an active outdoor lifestyle; and an amazing life by the sea, albeit with all the conveniences of modern life.

Nowadays, it’s not only tourists and day-trippers that are piquing the interest of Club Laiya, but entrepreneurs, property owners, and investors, thanks to its diverse leisure offerings and development of a premium and integrated beach resort community.

Cocoons. Photo by Kenneth M. del Rosario.

Visitors and property owners enjoy the sprawling property’s features, including residential commercial lots, condotels, and tourist hubs. Each provides distinct experiences and opportunities that are part of one unified development of Landco Pacific Corporation.

Club Laiya is strategically located with easy access to recreational facilities such as the Laiya Adventure Park where adventure-seeking guests can try out the zipline or wall climbing, among many others. The property is also close to other tourist spots such as Mount Dagulgol and Aplaya Laiya.

The Cocoons at Club Laiya has already made a name for itself, with the distinctive experience it offers to guests. The 33 Cocoons are cylindrical sleeping pods, each outfitted with a queen-size bed, air-conditioning, TV, and fridge. These are located a few steps away from the modern communal bathrooms, The Laiya Beach Club’s infinity and lap pools; and Laiya white sand beach.

Glamper vans right beside the beach.

Guests would soon get to enjoy the Camperisti, modern “glamper vans” that are right next to the beach. Its private amenities should give guests a one-of-a-kind beachfront experience.

For foodies, the Captain Barbozza Restaurant and Bar has got you covered. With interiors inspired by a beloved pirate movie, Captain Barbozza serves whiskey and beer, chicken and ribs, and all manner of hearty cuisine, from midday sun to sundown.

For those who want a more permanent experience with Club Laiya, Landco recently introduced The Spinnaker, a beachfront premium condominium. Named after a special boat sail, the medium-rise development, with terraced levels and luxurious cuts, features an exclusive 4th-floor infinity pool, and positive Miami vibes.

A magical sunset.

Each of The Spinnaker’s condominium units has an unmatched view of Laiya beach, especially the highly-coveted beachfront cuts with expansive balconies and stellar views of the ocean. 

Landco has a proven track record of high property appreciation of its developments in Batangas, particularly Punta Fuego with about 1,000 percent property value increase since it was developed in the 1990s. Investors can expect a similarly strong potential for growth in their investment in Club Laiya.

Whether they plan on putting up a dream beach house that doubles as a bed and breakfast, a bar, café, specialty restaurant, an arts and crafts boutique, or even a tattoo parlor, property owners have the free rein to create their dream resort lifestyle.

Adding to Club Laiya’s charm are the tree-lined walkways, pedestrian routes, bicycle lanes, a beach promenade, robust common area estate WI-FI for Work from the Beach (WFB) set-up, 24/7 security with CCTV, slipway for small boats and jetski, hotel-like property management services, and hospitality and leisure facilities.

Photo by Kenneth M. del Rosario.