Nature at its grandest at Ayala Greenfield
() - July 9, 2010 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Discover the monumental beauty of nature in this sanctuary that is only 30 minutes away from Alabang.

For those who take pleasure communing with nature, Ayala Greenfield Estates is the ideal place to appreciate diverse flora and fauna. “Animal lovers will truly enjoy living in Ayala Greenfield Estates, where 35 species and 21 families of endemic and migratory birds such as doves, woodpeckers, flower peckers, swallows, wagtails and shrikes can be seen,” shares Jose Juan Jugo, Head of the Land and Houses Division of Ayala Land Premier. “After a long day, they can relax at the tree house and picnic huts surrounded by gardens at the 15-hectare Nature Park.”

The Wild Bird Club of the Philippines (WBCP), a bird-watchers group dedicated to the hobby of ornithology, often goes on club tours as they admire and record local avian populations in the country. Once in a while, they will allow non-members on guided tours, which is a great opportunity for nature lovers to find out about the endemic species in their area.

Equipped with a field guide, cameras and powerful binoculars, the group taught Ayala Greenfield Estates residents that while birding may seem like a solitary activity at first, it actually is more social than it seems as members trade notes on the species that they’ve spotted, rejoicing in new discoveries and having the immense satisfaction of having connected with the boundless beauty of nature by identifying species based on appearance and bird calls. Based on past WBCP activities in Laguna alone, the group has documented over 30 species –and there’s a lot more to be discovered.

Set amidst a lush expanse of elevated land, with natural vistas all around, it is an ideal location for those who want a fresh start. Less than 30 minutes from Alabang via the rehabilitated SLEX, this 350-hectare residential sanctuary developed by Ayala Land Premier offers a distinctive and grand lifestyle for its residents in Calamba, Laguna. Surrounded by the beauty of Mount Makiling, Laguna de Bay, Tagaytay Ridge, and the Laguna Plains, it offers an unparalleled lifestyle where nature unites with world-class design and luxurious amenities to bring a grand lifestyle to residents of the community.

Ayala Greenfield Estates after all, is not only a beautiful place where people can live but it’s also where they can meet neighbors with similar interests -- like golfing buddies yearning to take on the golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., nature lovers who’d like to explore the 15-hectare Nature Park, or yoga enthusiasts in the zone overlooking the grand views. A professionally-run fitness gym, the clubhouse’s beautifully-designed infinity pool, and indoor and outdoor tennis, basketball, and badminton courts –all these enable residents to live a privileged country club lifestyle every day. For those unfamiliar with the area, a short visit emphasizes how easily accessible the development is and highlights its proximity to well-respected medical and educational institutions.

For inquiries, call 848-5769, log on to http://www.ayalalandpremier.com, or email ask@ayalalandpremier.com.

ALABANG AYALA GREENFIELD ESTATES AYALA LAND PREMIER HEAD OF THE LAND AND HOUSES DIVISION OF AYALA LAND PREMIER JOSE JUAN JUGO LAGUNA PLAINS MOUNT MAKILING NATURE NATURE PARK ROBERT TRENT JONES JR. TAGAYTAY RIDGE
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