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Taiwanese bloggers tour Subic Bay

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Taiwanese bloggers tour Subic Bay


SUBIC BAY FREEPORT – As part of the ongoing effort to promote the Freeport Zone as a world-class destination not only for investment but for eco-tourism as well, the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) together with the Department of Tourism (DOT) hosted bloggers from Taiwan who will then write about their trip around the former American naval base.

The Taiwanese bloggers arrived on the evening of July 12 and spent the following morning doing a circuit of the most popular tourist destinations in the Freeport which include Ocean Adventure and Subic Safari.

By afternoon, they were officially welcomed by the SBMA Chair & Administrator Amy Eisma at the Subic Bay Yacht Club. Atty. Eisma encouraged the Taiwanese bloggers to write about their experience in Subic Bay and talked about how active the Taiwanese community is in the area. In particular, she spoke of the Taiwanese Industrial Park and of TECO, one of the biggest Taiwanese companies located in the Freeport. As a sign of goodwill, she left her personal contact details with the Taiwanese visitors and urged them to get in touch with her should they have any questions about the SBFZ.

Taiwanese bloggers tour Subic Bay


Afterwards, the Taiwanese bloggers were taken on a cruise around the waters of Subic Bay. Hosted by The Subic Bay Hotels, Attractions and Tourism Stakeholders Visitors Board (SBHATSVB), represented by its president Zedrik Avecilla, Marketing Director of the Lighthouse Marina Resort, the one-hour-and-a-half journey gave the bloggers an opportunity to appreciate the magnificent skyline of Subic Bay from its waters.

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