MANILA, Philippines - Ten of the 80 Miss Earth candidates recently visited GA Xevera Mabalacat, a budding township from Globe Asiatique Realty and Holdings Corporation. The property features everything one looks for in a dream community: a school, church, town hall, wet and dry market, clubhouses, commercial areas, and an amusement park.
Suada Salig of Albania; Yan Xu of China; Jamilete Gaxiola of Cuba; Mariel Garcia of the Dominican Republic; Marlyne Ayene of Gabon; Takada Tomomi of Japan; Ayesha Gilani of Pakistan; Chanel Guantham of South Africa; Alexandra Echeverria Pedrajas of Spain; and Jessica Barboza of Venezuela, were welcomed by GA chief finance officer Dexter Lee and GA Entertainment Inc.’s Donny Elvina at the Felizcidade Amusement Park.
Clad in different national costumes, the students from Montessori De Xevera presented the candidates with beautiful leis. After a sumptuous breakfast, the beauties toured the different facilities of GA Xevera Mabalacat.
The development’s architectural design is inspired by Spain’s exuberant lifestyle. A grand fountain is located in the middle of the development. The candidates visited the Mabalacat Municipal town hall then proceeded to the fully air-conditioned church, which has a 600-person seating capacity and features stained-glass windows by artist Pancho Piano.
Next stop was the Doña Asuncion Lee Integrated School, which is run by ABS-CBN Foundation, in cooperation with DepEd. It holds 34 classrooms, science and computer laboratories, and a library. They also went to the residential area and checked out the model units. The candidates had a great time feeding fish at the lagoon in the commercial complex and participated in a tree-planting activity in the clubhouse.