Camella Sto Tomas

“Live More for Less.”

Camella Taal

“More than just a home.”

Camella Lipa

“Everything is within reach.”

Camella San Juan

“Life gets better here.”


Sto Tomas, Batangas is the ideal location for the perfect home. Here are the
reasons why:

Geography and Climate

  • A first class municipality in the province of Batangas, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 179,844 people.
  • The municipality is host to natural attractions including the Mt. Makiling, Mt. Malepunyo and San Juan River which are great sites for hiking trails, camping grounds and picnic area. Most of tourism establishments are resorts and cottages that are for recreation such as Our Lady of Valley Pavillion and Swimming Pool, Beroming Woodland and Resort, Eco Farm, Casa Miguel, Plumeria Resort and Kanluran Garden Resort. The Malvar’s Shrine and Town Plaza also serve as tourist spots. Recently, it also opened its doors to pilgrims and devotees of St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina in the St. Padre Pio Shrine situated in Brgy San Pedro.
  • Gateway to the South – The town connects with the neighboring cities of Calamba City and San Pablo City via the Maharlika Highway. The expressway connects the town with the rest of Batangas. Currently the expressway is being connected to the South Luzon Expressway. The José P. Laurel Highway is route that connects the town with Tanauan , Malvar, and Lipa City all the way to Batangas City via San Jose
  • Sto. Tomas is becoming more commercialized than before evident by growing commercial, industrial and business firms with industrial estates that will enable the municipality to be the center of trade and industry. Also the growing commercial investment especially in the vicinity of the public market along Maharlika Highway is the evidence of growing economy in Sto. Tomas.

Commercial Center/Landmarks

  • The First Philippine Industrial Park is established in this city.
  • The town is also home to a state of the art hospital named St. Cabrini Medical
    Center which is located inside the town center.

Products and Festivities

  • Must-try dishes/delicacies in the town include: Buko Wine, Bulalo, Lomi and
    Sumang magkayakap.

Camella TAAL

Taal is the ideal location for the perfect home. Here are the reasons why:


  • Taal is a small town richly endowed with well-preserved structures and a proud heritage that is why being here is like taking an epic trip down memory lane.
  • Taal is an inspirational cornerstone and pillar of Filipino identity. Taal has a deep well of lineage and culture that will enlighten you more about the evolution of a country & its people.
  • Home to the biggest Catholic Church in the Far East – Basilica de San Martin de Tours; and the miraculous Shrine of Our Lady of Casasay, the church which houses a 17th century image of the Virgin Mary that’s said to be miraculous.
  • It is also known as the Balisong and Barong Tagalog capital of the Philippines. Other products produced
    in the town are various food treats such as the panocha, suman salehiya, local longganisa and the famous tapang Taal.

Products and Festivities

  • Must-try dishes/delicacies in the town include: Buko Wine, Bulalo, Lomi and
    Sumang magkayakap.


Batangas City is the ideal location for the perfect home. Here are the reasons why:


  • Batangas City, the capital of Batangas Province, has a total land area of more or less 28,541.44 hectares and home to approximately 324, 116 people.
  • It is about 108 kilometres south of Manila and has a travel time of a little more than an hour through the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR).
  • The city is the land of historical places, of fresh fruits and marine resources and of great opportunities for social and economic advancement.
  • It is bounded on the northwest by the municipality of San Pascual; on the north by the municipality of San Jose; on the east by the municipalities of Ibaan, Taysan and Lobo; and on the south by the Batangas Bay.


  • Known as the “Industrial Port City of CALABARZON” and classified as one of the most competitive cities in the country today. The city’s fine harbor was declared as an International Port and an alternate port of Manila.
  • Tanauan’s public market is considered the central area which serves as the strategic
    trading point for 3rd District of Batangas.
  • This capital city is one of the nation’s top revenue earning cities and the site of one of the
    biggest refineries in the Philippines, Shell Refinery in Tabangao Batangas City.
  • The city is also hosting the first three power plants using natural gas.

Camella LIPA

Lipa City is the ideal location for the perfect home. Here are the reasons why:

Geography and Climate

  • One of the 3 key cities of Batangas, Lipa City has a land area of 20,940 hectares and is composed of 72 barangays with estimated population of 332, 386.
  • Lipa City is located almost at the heart of Batangas province:
    1. Bounded by the town of Santo Tomas in the northeast,
    2. San Pablo City of Laguna and San Antonio of Quezon in the east,
    3. The municipalities of Padre Garcia and Rosario in the southeast.
    4. The municipalities of Ibaan and San Jose in the southwest.
    5. The municipalities of Cuenca and Mataasnakahoy and Taal Lake in the west.
    6. The municipalities of Balete and Malvar in the northwest.

Geography and Climate

  • The city’s location, in a valley between Mt. Malarayat and Mt. Makulot, makes it a
    low-risk area for natural disasters. These two mountains serve as a windbreak
    during typhoons. Mount Makulot, in the west, also served as shield during
    eruptions of the Taal Volcano.
  • It is also at an elevation of 1,025 feet (312 m) above sea level. Its climate is
    generally cool, with an average yearly temperature of 23 degrees Celsius.
  • Lipa earned for itself as the “third coolest city” next to Baguio City and Tagaytay


  • Lipa’s proximity to the south of Manila, having an approximate distance of 78 kilometers or an hour drive via the Southern Luzon Expressway enhances its strategic access to development trends.
  • The Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR) and South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) provide convenient access to Batangas City and Metro Manila.
  • Home to the two major malls in the country, SM and Robinsons
  • People are coming back to Lipa, as business process outsourcing companies now offer highly-paid and permanent jobs in the area.


  • Lipa City is considered as the Philippines Little Vatican due to its numerous churches. One of which is the San Sebastian Cathedral, the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lipa which covers Batangas, Laguna, Quezon, Marinduque and Mindoro.

Camella San Juan

San Juan is the ideal location for the perfect home. Here are the reasons why:


  • By 2015, the population increased to 108,585 growing at 2.72% annually over the previous 7 years .


  • San Juan is loved for its majestic coastline with several beach resorts to visit for swimming, diving and other outdoor activities making it a favorite tourist destination all year round especially during summer.

Town Products

  • Two industries have placed San Juan on the map – lambanog production and pottery making.

Festivities and Events

  • San Juan, Batangas hosts the Lambayok Festival every 2nd week of December. The festival promotes creativity, ingenuity and hard work among the town folks. The highlights of the event includes street parade, court dancing competition, agro-tourism fair and search for Ms. San Juan and Ginang San Juan, among others.