Casa Astillero


CASA ASTILLERO beach resort and camping site offer tents for rent and you don’t need to bring one. Not only it’s cost effective at only P500-1000 per tent. We can also offer private / group camping packages for minimum of 50 pax. Going camping is possibly the cheapest most affordable holiday option. Hotel rooms can be very pricey these days.  It is a budget vacation for everyone to enjoy. All you will need is food (which could be in the form of sandwiches), water and a sleeping bag.  Experience some solitude and quiet beside the beach with the invigorating salty fresh air.

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Resort Camping

Camping is a world renowned outdoor activity, but why go camping in Calatagan? Casa Astillero is advantageously located in a semi-private compound surrounded by shrubs, mango trees and sugarcane, camping in CASA ASTILLERO has been recognized by enthusiasts since the 90’s, now it’s more popular than ever. Almost everyone can recall a favorite camping trip or outdoor moment from their childhood.  Paying nature a visit is a way to de-stress , forget all about your worries and complications of everyday life. Beach Camping allows you to clear your mind and a clear mind cleanses your spirit. Being one with nature once in a while also educate children about the surroundings around them, the salty waters, sea creatures, trees, bamboos, bonfires, and birds. Children can learn to connect with nature and carry on small responsibilities and tasks that can boost their self esteem.

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Beach Camping can be a wonderful idea for everyone regardless of age,

it’s a perfect timing to bond with family, friends and with nature,

freely talk to each other, grill your favorite dish, set up your tent and explore life. 

Observe and learn about the beach, trees, woods, animals, see and the stars at night.

Studies have shown that humans subconsciously desire to connect with nature,

by being around plants, wilderness, and the sea.


Laiya Coco Grove Resorts

Where ever you are, there’s always a place to go and stay!!

Summer the time were everybody throw their selves at the beaches. One of the beaches you will surely enjoy is the Laiya Coco Grove Resort located at  San Juan, Batangas.

Laiya is one of Manila’s closest beach. Just hop a bust from any major terminals in the metro and within 3 to 4 hours, you will find yourself photo bombing the picture-perfect white strip of Batangas province. Laiya is also close the Batangas’ tastiest lomihan and gotohan so don’t forget to drop by on your visit.

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Coco Grove has a 250-guest capacity With an overnight rate of P5,400+ for a couple, Coco Grove is a bargain. The rate is inclusive of buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, with  kid free of charge. Don’t expect the food to be as mouthwatering as in, say, Golden Sunset. Food in Coco Grove is ordinary.which, we were told, could actually balloon to a 900-person limit. This beach resort is nestled in a grove of coconuts, complete with bamboo “walkways” at the top of the trees (to enable harvesters to move from one tree to another without climbing the tree every time.The room is not exactly new, but clean. It’s conveniently located in front of the swimming pool and a stone’s throw from the beach. No water heater or intercoms, in case you ask. No TVs, either. But you don’t go here to watch TV. You go here to sleep, er, commune with nature and enjoy outdoor fun.

How to get to Laiya

Via San Juan

The fastest way to Laiya is via the town of San Juan. Take ALPS Bus from either EDSA Nepa Q-Mart, Araneta Center Cubao, or Alabang Grand Terminal to San Juan Batangas. The earliest trip is at 3:00AM and the last trip departs at 5:00PM with 12 trips in total per day. The fare is ₱190.

In San Juan, right in front of the Municipal Hall, board a Laiya- or Hugom-bound jeepney. Take note that the last departing jeepney to Laiya leaves at 5:00PM. There are also tricycles that are willing to take you to Laiya but you just need to shell out more.

Via Lipa

From Pasay Buendia, EDSA Kamuning, or Araneta Center Cubao, take Ceres Tours, DLTB, JAM, Batangas Star Express, RRCG, etc to Lipa City, Batangas. Travel Time is about two hours and the fare is ₱135-150.

From Lipa bus terminal, ride a jeepney or van to San Juan Batangas. The van is faster but will cost you much higher.

And then from San Juan, take a jeepney or tricycle to Laiya.

Things to do in Laiya

First in the list, of course, is beach bumming. You can also try other beach activities like volleyball and building sand castles. Banana boat is also available for ₱1,500 per group of 10 for 15 minutes. You can also try boating which you can rent for ₱1,500 for three hours. Snorkeling gears are also available for rent if don’t have one.



Coral Beach Club

The Coral Beach Club offers an instant paradise immediately on the famous sands of Matabungkay Beach.  The resort showcases wonderful views of tropical islands, glistening sea, sand, stunning sunsets and a variety of holiday pleasures.  Batangas Province is well-known both in the Philippines and abroad for its spectacular beaches, dive spots and wonderful hospitality. At the Coral Beach Club, fun and relaxation comes in many forms.  Indulge in activities like snorkeling, fishing, golf or billiards.  Let the kids roam around the play area secure in the knowledge our staff and security team are around.   Let our helpful and friendly staff pamper you, they all speak excellent English and understand the meaning of “Great Service”.  We can cater any celebration for you; Kids Birthday, Romantic Dinner, Fun Dinner Party, Golf Groups, Weddings …. let us take the stress out of planning.

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  • Restaurant and Bar

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  • Large Swimming Pool

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  • Heated Jacuzzi
  • MJ’s iSpa and Salon
  • Big Screen Satellite TV
  • Golf on nearby Robert Trent Jones Jr. Course
  • Monthly Golf Tournament
  • Water Sports
  • Floating Raft
  • Yacht Charter
  • Billiard table
  • Business Facilities
  • Free WiFi
  • Transportation service
  • Secure Parking
  • Stand-by Generator


Our rooms types are Super Deluxe, Deluxe Cottage, Deluxe and Standard.  Each room is air-conditioned, has en-suite bath with hot and cold water and are also furnished with an electronic room safe, cable TV and fan.  Deluxe rooms, meanwhile, have valuable additions including a fridge, hair dryer and tea & coffee facilities.  Rates are good for 2 persons sharing, accompanied children under 12 stay free.  Extra bed Php 1,000 per person per night, maximum 4 persons per room.

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How to Get There

1. To get here, take the South Super Highway and exit at Santa Rosa.
2. Turn right and follow the sign to Tagaytay.  At the Tagaytay roundabout, head in the direction of Nasugbu.
3. After 37.3km from the Tagaytay roundabout turn right to Nasugbu and Lian and at the Shell station turn left to Lian and Calatagan.
4. Follow the road from the Shell Station through Lian for 12.6km and turn right to Matabungkay and from there you will easily find your way. (GPS Coordinates: Latitude 13º 57′ 15″ N, Longitude 120º 37′ 49″ E)



Portulano Diving Resort

Portulano is a small cozy resort in Batangas, Philippines. A perfect jump-off for your Philippine vacation. There’s excellent snorkelling and scuba diving right at the resort’s housereef, in Bauan, Anilao, and Tingloy, the popularly colorful Philippine dive destinations in Batangas.

Discover why the Philippines boasts of the greatest marine biodiversity and most colorful reefs in the world.

Rooms are directly fronting the sea giving you a bedside view of the ocean. Enjoy the privacy of your own veranda giving you breathtaking views and sunsets. There’s nothing like waking up to the gentle sound of the waves.

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  • Scuba Diving

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  • Snorkelling
  • Trekking
  • Kayaking
  • Lounging

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How To Get There

Public Transport:
Take the Tritran Bus or Van shuttle from Buendia cor. Taft headed for Lemery. From Lemery get off at the shuttle station right after Pansipit Bridge. Take a tricycle (P100/2-3USD) from Lemery to Balete Parking where the resort parking lot is located. Tell the driver you are headed for San Luis, BALITE Parking lot for Portulano Resort.

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Own car:
This route takes about 2 to 2 1/2 hours and the boat ride along the coast to the resort will take only 5 minutes. It’s a good alternative if you want to have breakfast or dinner in Tagaytay, or if you want to avoid traffic in Sto. Tomas Batangas approaching STAR tollway Saturday mornings. You can take either Sta. Rosa exit from South Luzon Expressway. An alternative is to exit Buendia to Roxas Boulevard headed for Coastal Road to Aguinaldo Hi-way to get to Tagaytay, it takes only 2 hours if you leave early around 6am.


Anilao Beach Club

Anilao is considered as the birthplace of Philippine scuba diving. The first dive resorts setup operation in the 1960’s and while various islands in the Philippines have also been known for scuba diving, Anilao remains to be the most popular weekend dive destination for Metro Manila folks. It’s where most of us got initiated into the wonderful underwater world. And it only takes 1.5 hours drive south of Metro Manila via the SLEX-STAR (TR3) connection.

The small town of Anilao provides access to fantastic scuba diving. Sitting on the western side of the Calumpan Peninsula on Luzon Island, this section of coast is just a few hours’ drive from the capital, Manila. The peninsula juts into the Verde Island Passage and the landscape of steep hills edged by craggy shores leads to a series of coral-clad terraces.

The diving here may come as a surprise as years back these reefs gained a reputation for being wrecked by poor fishing practices. However, education by environmental and conservation groups has meant the marine realm was allowed to rejuvenate and is now healthy and prolific. Dives sites that lie parallel to the shore are rife with soft corals small animals like the barbiganti pygmy seahorse while the small bays that cluster around the southern tip of the peninsula are amazing muck dives fed by hot water sea vents.

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Whether it’s total relaxation or access to world-class dive sites, Anilao Beach Club is your perfect choice! Located within a short 2 hour drive south of Manila, the resort is situated on a private stretch of beach overlooking beautiful Balayan Bay. Designed to provide a sanctuary from the hectic city life, the primary goal for all that attend to your needs at ABC is your complete satisfaction! The environment is so peaceful and calm, you cannot help but to relax. You can spend time in one of our loungers facing the peaceful Balayan Bay, have a professional massage on the beach or spend time playing games in one of our day-use “Kubos”.

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For your room accommodations, you have your choice of traditional style casitas or our new deluxe rooms boasting new, flat-screen televisions with cable connections. All rooms have hot and cold water, private bathroom and shower facilities, whisper-quiet air-conditioners, complimentary tea and coffee. High speed internet access is available throughout the resort and is totally complimentary!

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It’s Filipino Casitas are build with you in mind.  Each spacious casita can sleep four adults, are air conditioned with full bathroom, hot and cold shower, and a gorgeous view of Balayan Bay.  Enjoy your stay in the Philippines in a true native casita.  You have a choice from our spacious two story bedroom loft to a single level.   Your stay will include; daily continental breakfast, free chaise lounge and use of our facilities.
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               Anilao Beach Club is one of the premier dive facilities in the Philippines. We are an SSI (Scuba Schools International) Platinum Instructor Training Facility as well as an ANDI (American Nitrox Divers International) facility. Our air quality meets or exceeds ANDI standards which are the highest in the world. We can provide Enriched Air Nitrox mixes, in any oxygen percentage, to all Nitrox certified divers. All of our tanks are blended by an ANDI certified gas blender with mix averages within 1% of the target mix. Anilao Beach Club is also a certified tr-mix gas facility for those serious tech-divers.

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All of our dive equipment is well maintained and our dive guides carry redundant breathing systems (RBS) consisting of a completely seperate side mount system. Our Divemasters are all certifed with certifications renewed annually and have been diving these dive sites for many years. Our group sizes are generally small and are typically no more than 5 divers to 1 dive guide. Our dive guides will provide you with a safe and rewarding diving experience you will surely remember for years to come!

Not certified to dive yet? No problem! We have multiple certified instructors on-site who can provide instruction and certification as an Open Water Diver.

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Diving in the Anilao area can be done all year round, even in the rainy season. However, some of the areas on the penninsula can get pretty rough during the Habagat (southwest monsoon) making launching boats too difficult.

Not so at Anilao Beach Club; because the beach faces northeast, the rollers/high waves go by us further out to sea. This allows divers to launch boats or do shore dives all year round.

What may seem odd though, is frequently the visibility in front of the resort during rainy season is generally better than at other times.    This works well for fun divers and also instructors who want to dive with their students for certifications.

So come join us for some of the best diving the Philiipines has to offer!

Facts for the Traveller

Just a two-and-a-half hour drive south of Manila, Anilao, is regarded as the birthplace of diving in the Philippines. There is something for everyone here – from snorkeling, to sites for both novices and the experienced diver.

In the mid-1960’s, a whole coral reef was transplanted onto a large rock formation close to the shore. Contrary to popular belief at the time that the adventure would fail, the coral has flourished. As a result, diving has developed and is at the forefront of the industry in the Philippines to this day.

Visibility is good and the opportunities for photography are excellent. Unfortunately, as the area has developed, so some of the more negative aspects of this have become evident. In particular, dynamiting, collection of corals and shells and over fishing are just some of the challenges that Anilao and Batangas must face. Luckily, these are being addressed. Most of the best dives are actually found around the islands of Sombrero and Maricaban, a short boat trip away from Anilao.

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from MANILA, take a BUS with sign board BATANGAS CITY PIER. drop off at BATANGAS GRAND TERMINAL.

ride a jeepney going to MABINI ANILAO, then drop off at MABINI CROSSING.

take a tricycle going to ANILAO BEACH CLUB.






Love the Greek Style and Filipino Equatorial Paradise in Nasugbu, Batangas!!

It’s just an hour off the coast of Nasugbu in Batangas lies Fortune Island. Even though it is small but this lone island is hard to ignore, it possess a creamy white shores of powdery sands and turquoise waters as cold as ice that will surely mesmerise you.


It has been a long time mystery to many how a structure resembling the Acropolis found in Greece stood on top of Fortune Island’s limestone cliff which overlooks the vast ocean. Also in the island found remnants of what seemed like a luxurious beach house with an empty swimming pool.According to the information Fortune Island was once an exclusive island resort similar to what became of Balesin. The project was spearheaded by former Governor Jose Antonio Leviste who also owned this little paradise.

The resort was designed to please the upper class members of the society and the best way thought possible was to build something similar to how the Greeks built their gods temples. Hence stood an acropolis atop a cliff much like how the Acropolis of Athens stood several meters above ground to remind the commoner of the “higher power”. The resort also featured a salt-water swimming pool with vacations houses fronting the beach, a serpentarium, a helipad and a museum dedicated to San Diego, a warship which sank off the island in the 17th century. Now that’s what we call luxury!



Mystery Hidden in this beautiful Place

It was near this island (approximately 900 meters (3,000 feet) northwest of the island) that the galleon San Diego was sunk on December 14, 1600 by the Dutch warship Mauritius under the command of Admiral Oliver Van Noort. The shipwreck was discovered in 1992 by French underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio.

This island has also been the site of modern shipwrecks. On December 13, 1995, the MV Kimelody Cristy, a passenger ferry owned and operated by Moreta Shipping Lines Incorporated, caught fire and sank off Fortune Island as it was on its way to Mindoro, leaving 17 people dead and 16 people missing.[5] On September 18, 1998, the MV Princess of the Orient, a passenger ferry owned by Sulpicio Lines, sailed during a typhoon on its way to Cebu City from Manila and sank off Fortune Island, resulting in the deaths of 70 people.


  • Trek to the Lighthouse – Sweat those extra calories and go on a 30-minute trek to the lighthouse atop the island’s highest point. You’ll love to see the antic that it is.
  • Do a Greek style photo shoot – Get enough selfies, groupfies and what have you with the Grecian pillars of the acropolis as the backdrop. Dress like the ancient Greeks for more style. Pretty classy enough? Who’s up to playing Psyche and Cupid?
  • Cliff Dive – Are you up for the coolest plunge? Then jump into the tempting turquoise waters from a 25-30 feet high cliff. Just make sure to bank more than enough courage as it can really be frustrating if you haven’t.
  • Snorkel and discover the colorful world underwater – Marvel at the abundance of life within the waters surrounding the island. Do it your way. You can either snorkel with a floater or if you are far more skillful than that then this might just become one of your favorite free dive spots.
  • Swim and frolic under the sun – Nothing beats the classic. While some dudes and chicks get on with their adventure, don’t feel left out if you are more into relaxing by the beach. Indulge into the cool refreshing waters and frolic under the sun as long as you want! Sometimes it’s okay to skip playtime and have a little me-time.
  • Explore the Batcave through a canoe/kayak – If the waters are friendly, you might wanna ride with tides and explore the batcave to ravel on some amazing rock formations.
  • Visit the shipwreck site – Ask your boatman to take you to the shipwreck site. This is something diving enthusiasts don’t want to miss.

The Mabini Shrine in Batangas

The Mabini Shrine located in Barrio Talaga is about 7 kilometers from the town proper of Tanauan. Or, from the STAR highway take the Sambat, Tanauan exit, and move towards the Talisay – Tagaytay route. The Mabini shrine is about 5 minutes drive from the toll plaza.


Mabini Shrine

On the left side of the museum, you can find a mock-up house of Apolinario Mabini’s natal residence. The house is made up of light materials like nipa (palm tree leaves), which shows that Mabini was born of unfortunate parents Inocencio Mabini and Dionisia Maranan.


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Interior of the house.

Replica Mabini's House Interior - Mabini Shrine


Coming from a poor family and the second of eight children, did not hinder Mabini from having an education. His grandfather a popular teacher, and Mabini’s first teacher noticed his intelligence and transferred him to a school owned by Simplicio Avelino. Mabini worked as a servant, and took low paying jobs to support his studies. He moved again to another school lead by a well-known educator Father Valerio Malabanan.

In 1881, Mabini relocated to Manila and obtained a scholarship at Colegio de San Juan de Letran. His studies were periodically interrupted because of monetary problems. However, despite all the odds he was able to continue his education by teaching children and finished Bachelors in Arts and Professor of Latin with highest honors. He then continued his training at University of Santo Tomas, where he earned his law degree in 1894 and passed the bar exam in 1895.

During his stay in Manila, Mabini stayed with his brother Agapito. Below is an image of the house, where he stayed in Nagtahan St., Sampaloc, Manila.

Here are some photographs of his personal belongings during his stay at Sampaloc Manila. The pictures below are some of the books used by Mabini in Colegio de San Juan de Letran and at University of Santo Tomas.

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The dining and study table he used.

Mabini's Dining and Study Table - Mabini Shrine

Catch a glimpse at Mabini Shrine, the full size mirror and Mabini’s personal cabinet.

Mabini's Cabinet and Mirror - Mabini Shrine

And the footlocker he used and the large earthen jar for his water storage.

Mabini's Footlocker and Jar - Mabini Shrine

While studying at University of Santo Tomas, Mabini started his connections with the Reform Movement. During this time, he became a member of Rizal’s La Liga Filipina and worked behind the reforms in the administration of the government.

However, in 1896 Mabini got sick with polio mellitus that led to the paralysis of his lower limbs. When the revolution broke out, Spanish authorities doubted that Mabini was connected in the fracas and arrested him. On the other hand they released him, thinking that they made a mistake because of his conditions and was sent to San Juan de Dios Hospital.

Underneath is a snap of Mabini’s chair.

Mabini's Chair - Mabini Shrine

At the shrine, one can view some of Mabini’s personal possessions such as his eyeglasses, cane, photographs and a newspaper article publicizing his death in May 13, 1903 from cholera.

Furthermore, one can look over the coffin used to transfer Mabini’s corpse from Mausoleo de los Veterenos de la Revolucion in Manila to Talaga, in July 1965.

Mabini's Coffin - Mabini Shrine

And Mabini’s tomb now in his hometown in Talaga, Tanauan, Batangas..

Mabini's Tomb - Mabini Shrine

Apolinario Mabini latter years were the most agonizing. He is one of the leading Philippine Revolutionary heroes. A Sublime Paralytic. And a trusted mentor of Emilio Aguinaldo who planned the first constitution of the Philippine Republic.



Malarayat Golf and Country Club

Residential Estates

The Mount Malarayat Residential Estates is a first-class residential subdivision within a world-class golf course resort, the Mount Malarayat Golf & Country Club.

The Residential Estates is only an hour-and-a-half drive from Metro Manila, and a short hop from the many malls, schools and churches of Lipa city proper – near all the conveniences of modern living, yet far enough from the noise, pollution, traffic and overcrowding.

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Two (2) landscaped entrances

– Tree-lined wide concrete roads with concrete sidewalks
– Landscaped open spaces
– Concrete curbs and gutters
– Concrete perimeter fence
– Centralized water distribution system and elevated water tank
– Underground drainage system
– Overhead electrical distribution system
– Street lighting

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                  Great times await you and your family at the Mount Malarayat Golf & Country Club and Residential Estates. There is something for everyone in this resort community. From hotel accommodations… to week-long vacation ownership options. From contemporary resort condominium units… to expensive vacation homes. Whether you are only there for the weekend for a short break, or longer to make the most of your retirement, you an do so many things: Shall it be the golf course with friends in the morning? The country club with the kids in the afternoon? A quiet dinner at a restaurant with your wife? Of course, you can also opt to do nothing at all: Just enjoy the wind in your hair, and gaze out into the evergreen mountains. Whatever your choice, this is how life is meant to to be lived: At your own pace. In the bosom of your friends and family. In your own home and neighborhood.

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 Golf Club

 The golf club houses   

 exclusive men’s &

 women’s locker rooms

 equipped with showers…

 Amir Spa

 Ideally located near the

 finishing hole, the Amir Spa

 Sports Pavilions

 Take your pick of
sporting distractions!

 There are covered 

 courts for basketball…

 Sand Trap Lounge

 A golfer’s lounge with an 

 expansive view of the

 golf course…

 Club Hotel

 Live the country club

 lifestyle to the fullest…

 Swimming Pool Complex

 The swimming pool

 complex includes a

 children’s pool…

 Driving Range

 The driving range is

 unique, because it is


 Jose P. Laurel Hall

 Named after the famous

 Batangueño who served

 as President of the


 Children’s Pavilion

 While the adults are at

 play, the children can be

 entertained at the

 children’s pavilion…

 Putting Greens

 Ideal for the golfer who

 wants to practice his


 Activity Center

 Great for large activities

 like corporate

 conventions, product

 launches or concerts…

 Fishing Lake

 A sprawling man-made

 lake well stocked with


 Locker Rooms

 The exclusive men’s and

 women’s locker rooms

 come equipped with 


 Water Garden Patio

 It is located right smack at the

 middle of the fishing lake…

 Country Club

 Envisioned as a family-

 oriented leisure and

 recreation center…

 Golf Course

 Play on a 27-hole all-

 weather championship

 golf course designed

 by the world-renowned J.

 Michael Poellet Design



 Nothing swirls up to a
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exclusive golf club than
dropping from the


Batangas Racing Circuit

Batangas Racing Circuit is a permanent circuit in Barrio Maligaya, Rosario, Batangas, Philippines built in October 16, 1996. The circuit is 3.7 km long, has 10 turns, and runs in a clockwise direction.

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It hosts 2- and 4-wheeled races such as Formula Toyota, Toyota Corolla Cup, National Touring Car Championship, Circuit Showdown, FlatOut Race Series, Philippine GT, and the Philippine Superbike Championship. The layout also features a drag strip that is used by the National Drag Racing Championship.

The track is designed to ensure safety for the drivers and riders participating in every event as well as spectators. It boasts a 3.5 km long and 15 meter wide track runs up and downs long stretches and treacherous curves. Races for Super Bikes, Touring Cars, Toyota Corolla Cup and Formula cars were organized for weekends of actions and thrills. Garages were built for race cars and motorcycles and a fully equipped media center.
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The Batangas Racing Circuit, the biggest race track in the Philippines has grown into more than a track, but as the biggest organizer of motorsports in the country. Numerous Corporate track days were held in the circuit; the Shell Advance Superbikes added the sub400-cc motorcycle race; the Ducati Cup; vintage car club and other car club races were added. Above all, BRC discovered and developed best Filipino drivers, and continued to nurture motorsports spirit among the Filipino Youth.
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Location:Rosario, Batangas
Year Built:1996 (renovated in 2005)
Track Length:3.5 kilometers
Track Width:10 meters
Turns:7 Right Turns, 4 Left Turns
Series:Touring Cars, Formula, Karting, Superbikes, Drag

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