Camella Negros Oriental - LOCATION
Camella Negros Oriental is located at Brgy. Cantil-e Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental.
If there’s one thing that will best describe this property – it is the most strategic location of all. CAMELLA Negros Oriental is suitably located in Diversion Road, Brgy. Cantil-e, Dumaguete City. This location is a sure hit since it is just a short distance away from the heart of the city. It is near the so-called university town, business centers, malls, primary work hubs and other financial companies. What comfort it is to be near the things that you need for day in and day out?
Aside from that, homeowners look for schools for their children, places of worship, hospitals and top places for leisure and interest. The most popular spot of interest maybe in this city is Rizal Boulevard where you can find a number of restaurants for delicious food and some upmarket bars for good night entertainment. It’s such a romantic place at night with the harbor-front promenade, too. Isn’t that wonderful? Just take a walk here and you may see and love the Tanon Strait in your midst.
Or you may take some lovely snaps at the very iconic Dumaguete Belfry, built in 1760 which is clearly an architectural landmark the locals are proud of.
Dumaguete is also referred to as some sort of a “university city” simply because it has four universities and various colleges where students from Negros Oriental as well as nearby cities and provinces of Visayas and Mindanao study for their college degrees. The city’s best bet in terms of good education is Silliman University which is t the first American university in Asia.
There are other good schools nearby, such as Dumaguete Lifegiver Christian Academy, Junob Elementary School and Junob National High School. For college, there are good universities around like as mentioned, the Silliman University and St. Paul University.
For your medical and emergency needs, worry not as hospitals such as Holy Child Hospital, Negros Oriental Provincial Hospital and Silliman Medical Center which is affiliated with St. Luke’s Medical Center are all in the downtown area. There’s an ongoing construction, too, of ACE Dumaguete Doctors Hospital which is an 8-storey 200-bed hospital also in the heart of the city. There’s also a proposal for a medical resort with 100-bed hospital to cater mainly to the retirement market from East Asia, Europe and North America. Lots of potential for this city in the years to come in the field of medical care and hospitalization.
For your prayers, thanksgiving and a place of solace --- places of worship are within a short distance, like Mother of Perpetual Help Church, Junob Catholic Church and Faith Hope Love Church Dumaguete ECCU.
Shopping will never be a problem, too. You can do your retail therapy at the Robinson’s Mall, Lee Super Plaza, Suburbia Marketing, City Mall and Cang’s Inc. Shopping Complex.
Other historical places as top sights are the Silliman University Anthropology Museum where local indigenous groups’ prehistoric artifacts are displayed. There is also the 19th-centry old Cathedral of St. Catherine of Alexandria. Surely, there’s a lot of rich heritage to learn and appreciate from our ancestors on this city.
Other parks within a distance away from the community are the Quezon Park and the Twin Lakes National Park. You’ll be glad to be surrounded by interesting places worth a visit. Where else can you spend your free time with dear ones than the best places here?