THE NEW LIFESTYLE PERSPECTIVE

A new lifestyle perspective has arrived in Tagaytay - a synergistic mix that professes to augment one's mind, body and soul in one development... an embodiment of the true concept of community. This is the La Bella lifestyle.

OUR PROPERTIES

The first of its kind mixed-use residential development in the country, we feature a holistic village, fully furnished affordable condominium units, health and wellness centers, and leisure living.

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La Bella Residences

Your dream of having your own vacation home is right at your fingertips. Fully furnished...
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La Bella Boutique Hotel

Be inspired and harness the germinating seed of creative ideas. Feast your eyes with beauty...
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La Bella Lifestyle Homes

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La Bella Gardens

Single-Detached Residential Cottages Single-detached residential cottages inside a gated community in the La Bella Estate...

OUR AMENITIES

We provide you with a beautiful pallet of environmental colors that will bring out your inner creativity.

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Wellness Center

La Bella’s vision is to promote a healthy lifestyle through its Health and Wellness Centers. These will have medical doctors practicing alternative and complementary medicine.

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Kids’ Hub

The Kids’ Hub is a safe, unique, and interactive environment where children can discover, explore, and learn about many real life activities – in a kid-sized

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The Gallery

The Gallery serves as an educational, scientific and cultural place in preserving the various permanent national collections featuring the ethnographic, anthropological, archaeological and visual artistry of

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Village Market

The Village Market displays the best that the Philippines can offer – local organic food and wellness products, fashion wear and accessories, furniture, collectible items,

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Commercial Area

La Bella will provide you with a beautiful pallet of environmental colors that will bring out your inner creativity. Let the brilliance inside you always

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La Bella Tagaytay: A Holistic Village Approach

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OUR VISION

To be the best tourist destination and lifestyle vicinity for everyone who wants to enjoy life to the fullest.

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La Bella Head Office
  • 3/F 15 Gold Annapolis Street, San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines
  • +63 2 656 8669 local 107
  • Office Hours – 9:00AM – 6:00PM (Mon to Fri only)
La Bella Tagaytay Address
  • Barangay Neogan, Tagaytay
  • Office Hours – 9:00AM – 6:00PM (Mon to Fri); 11:00AM – 8:00PM (Sat & Sun)
Mobile Numbers
  • +63 905 298 2301
  • +63 923 650 9125
Email

inquire@labellatagaytay.com



Havens for Book Lovers (Featuring: BODHI Mind and Body Shop)

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This year’s Pinoy Book Stop Tour, spearheaded by the National Book Development Board (NBDB), was held on April 7-8 and visited various locations in Metro Manila, Tagaytay, and Laguna.

Although condensed in two days compared to last year’s three, the 2017 Pinoy Book Stop Tour was able to visit six venues in areas around Metro Manila. The tour gathered 15 participants, excluding the walk-ins at every stop.

Activities were held in each book stop — talks on books, poetry readings, and musical performances — to promote excellent local titles, particularly the recent winners of the National Book Awards and the National Children’s Book Awards. The roster of speakers included Isabela Banzon, Rosa May Bayuga, MJ Tumamac, Ergoe Tinio, Cristina Pantoja Hidalgo, Chuckberry Pascual, Marne Kilates, Amy Uy, Jenny B. Orillos, Gerry Alanguilan, Ericson Acosta, Enrique Villasis, and Joselito delos Reyes.

By the end of the second day, almost everyone was carrying bags full of newly purchased and signed books on the way home.

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BODHI MIND AND BODY SHOP
While its name may sound like a spa cum clinic, Bodhi Mind and Body Shop is a two-story shop filled with books on life and all its aspects.

The shop’s owner, 71-year-old Grace Eleazar, told BusinessWorld that her goal was to share her specialized 40-year-old book collection with the public. The topics range from the mind and consciousness, philosophy, religion, mind and body interaction, and the needs of the body both internally and externally.

“These are books on the nature of reality and how to use our mind and consciousness in order to have a better life and a better world,” she said. “This is a bookstore on life itself.”

Aside from the bookstore, Bodhi has a separate store for health and wellness products and a cozy roof deck for those who want to wind down.

For more information, contact La Bella Tagaytay head office at (02) 656-8669 local 107.

Source: Business World Online by Camille Anne M. Arcilla

Book-bound, Pinoy-style

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It wasn’t your usual bus ride. For one, the passengers argued over which translations were better for classic novel titles, until the conversation naturally evolved to a convergence of ideas about philosophy and ethics.

Others indulged you with the stories of their tattoos based on the stories they have read. Most chose to read in silence as the bus chased the sunset.

 When the author talks and bookstore tours were over, the participants convened on their own. They downed a couple of beers at Session Road when night came, and even sipped the best coffee Baguio had to offer at Burnham Park in the morning—all in between their talks of the books on their list, books they just bought, and books they have yet to write.

This was in 2016, when the National Book Development Board (NBDB) launched the Pinoy Bookstore Tour in celebration of National Literature Month. The tour started in Quezon City and went to Baguio City, visiting six bookstores.

Book tour rerun

It was a project that most of its participants wished would have a rerun. Now called the Pinoy Book Stop Tour, the bibliophile’s dream field trip continues.

Slated to happen on April 7-8, NBDB’s book tour will continue to feature independent bookstores. The board has also included university libraries and campus-based bookstores, as well as book museums located within and south of Metro Manila to continue their show of support for the growing community of independent bookshops, publishers and readers.

The tour will visit the Marikina Book Museum cum Ethnology Center, Quezon City Public Library and University of Santo Tomas Publishing House Bookstore on the first day.

The second day heads south to Bodhi Mind and Body Shop in Tagaytay City, then journeys to Laguna to see the Komikero Komiks Museum, Books, Crafts and Coffeeshop and the DepEd Laguna Library Hub.

There will be book talks to be facilitated by the National Book Awards winners, poetry readings and musical performances during the tour. Walk-in participants are welcome at every book stop.

By: – Writer / Editorial Production Assistant
Read more: http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/258907/book-bound-pinoy-style/#ixzz4fDwIbTMA

La Bella Tagaytay’s Organic and Art Market

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Join us for another fun, healthy and art-filled day!

La Bella Tagaytay’s Organic and Art Market
Happening on Saturday, April 29, 2017
10AM – 5PM

It is also La Bella’s Open House
and avail of discounts for Reservations
on the La Bella Boutique Hotel, Residences
and Lifestyle Homes.

Commercial spaces for sale for a convenience store,
deli, bakery and more restaurants.

Available Village Market stalls for organic, healthy veggies and
fruits as well as retail items.

Be a part of the growing La Bella community!

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Pinoy Book Stop Tour Featuring BODHI Mind and Body Shop

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In celebration of the National Literature Month or Buwan ng Panitikan

The National Book Development Board (NBDB)
in cooperation with the
National Commission on Culture and Arts (NCCA)
and Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino(KWF)

invites everyone to a gathering
of writers, authors, bloggers, book enthusiasts

PINOY BOOK STOP TOUR

featuring one of its stops in the South

BODHI Mind and Body Shop

10:00 AM Saturday, April 8, 2017
La Bella Tagaytay
Brgy. Neogan, Tagaytay City

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Residences: Latest Lobby Photos

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Here are the latest photos of the La Bella Residences’ Lobby area.

A Retirement Home Like No Other

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My dear friend Grace Eleazar has always been a maverick of sorts, having pioneered a number of innovative concepts in the country. Over a decade ago, she started Wholesome, the first natural food store in Pasig, with wooden shelves, fresh bread, and lots of natural produce. Following the store’s success, she decided to expand. However, the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis forced her to discontinue the venture.

Her newest baby is her retirement home in Tagaytay, known as La Bella, which I have had the privilege of exploring firsthand. It is beautifully and artistically appointed amidst the lushness of the environment, with each unit having a feel of nature. The soft programs that go with it are what make her “offering” unique. We have always been kindred spirits in terms of health. Like me, she is a staunch believer in exercise and a largely non-chemical approach towards well-being.

Our country has so much to give. Our greatest strength is our resources and our people. Grace’s concept maximizes these strengths to benefit the more senior members of our society.
I particularly like the concept because of the services such as health and fitness, medical practitioners specializing in alternative medicine… even community service! The development also includes a hotel for tourists or visiting family members, as well as residences for the younger market. Entertainment and necessities are abundant thanks to La Bella’s multi-faceted commercial cluster, restaurant cottages, heritage center and kid’s hub. The big attraction here is the cost. The area looks very upscale and one can access the environment with all its services for a mere P5,400 a month! Well, there are payment levels — so for more luxurious settings, one would pay more. But I went around and even the least expensive setting looked nicely comfortable.

Grace’s conviction is that the Philippines can be the premier retirement capital in Asia because of the intelligence and temperament of the Filipino caregiver, our tropical climate and our largely inexpensive medical services. Here, the elderly or even the Filipino expatriate can bask in a quality lifestyle that feels truly like home because of the gentility of the Filipino temperament and the comfort of our climate (we don’t have the severity and dryness of winter). In Tagaytay, even the summer is comfortable.

Source: www.philstar.com/sunday-life/2014/03/23/1303917/retirement-home-no-other

21 Romantic Restaurant Getaways in Tagaytay

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El Cocinero by Chef Arnaldo – La Bella Residences

El Cocinero is a homegrown Spanish restaurant tucked away inside the La Bella Residences development, offering a fresh and lush scenery that’s a welcome sight compared to the commercialized streets of Tagaytay. It is owned by Chef Arnaldo Limeta who trained in Ibiza, Spain for more than ten years. Read our full feature here.


Photo from @joshuavgarcia

Photo from @rashisalariosa

Source: http://ph.phonebooky.com/blog/romantic-restaurants-tagaytay/