Bria Homes aims to dominate the Davao region
WHAT comes to mind when you think of the island of Mindanao in the southern Philippines? One imagines a region acclaimed for its abundant natural resources, its exotic attractions and its luxuriant biodiversity. In the middle of it all is Davao, a province filled with historic sites, pristine beaches and natural theme parks.
It’s no wonder the cosmopolitan city of Davao is attracting interest from the country’s top real estate developers who continue to build high-end shopping malls, five-star hotels and world-class tourist destinations to attract local visitors and strangers.
However, there is more to the province than Davao City. Equally charming are the towns of Tagum, Panabo and Digos, where leading real estate company Bria Homes is building major developments for Filipinos looking for viable housing options in the area.
Residents of Tagum, the provincial capital of Davao del Norte, boast of its 15 lively and colorful festivals that showcase the remarkable skills and talents of the Tagumeños in culture, sports, entertainment, arts and culture. music. It is also dubbed the mango capital of the Philippines for its succulent “carabao variety mango”, sold locally and exported overseas.
Sharing a border with Davao City is Panabo, an agro-industrial city known as the “Banana Capital of the Philippines” as it is home to many banana plantations.
Finally, Digos City, the provincial capital of Davao del Sur, is home to Mount Apo Natural Park and quiet beach getaways such as Dawis Beach. Adventure seekers gravitate to Digos, which allows climbers to access Mount Apo, the highest peak in the country, via its village, called Kapatagan.
For more information, visit Bria’s 360 Virtual Tours at www.bria.com.ph and inquire online through her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BriaHomesIncOfficial.