Balayong Trees in Keep it Green Launch

Camella Palawan, the latest project development of Camella in the world-renowned city of Puerto Princesa, is set to launch Keep it Green event. The launch will put into center stage the Balayong trees, also known as Palawan Cherry, as well as the unveiling of its newest home offerings and the Rotunda.

Jessa Garibay, 2016 Sabin Prize for Amphibian Conservation Awardee and an environment advocate, will grace the event. Born and raised in Palawan, she has been advocating sustainability, conservation, livelihood, and education since 14 years old.

Camella Palawan has also prepared exclusive promos, personal tours, entertainment, and more for the homebuyers and attendees.

Balayong Trees

The Balayong trees, already planted in Camella Palawan Main Avenue, is expected to be fully grown and bloom in 2024. Balayong trees grow about 15 meters and produces lush flowers of pink and white, just like the Cherry Blossoms of Japan.

The trees will be named after 16 brokers, sales managers, and salespersons who made a great contribution to the success of Camella Puerto Princesa in Brgy. Bancao-Bancao, the first project of Camella in Palawan.

“We believe that our relationship with them will continue to grow, just like this Balayong trees, even more on this new Camella development in Brgy. Sicsican,” said Blessa Celi, marketing manager of Camella Palawan.

The 16 top salespeople are Sandra Dela Cruz, Gilberto Venturillo, Glory Mae Cuajotor, Myrna Caccam, Joseph Allen Quinon, Bill Jhayran Flores, Margie Vanscoy, Dannicca Quindoza, Jonabe Daquer, Francia Constantino, Leuterio Realty, Nelson Portales, Aaron Truza, Emmy Tejedor, Luciano Louiel Alvarado, Genelyn Sotoza/Jenelyn Susucan.

Supporting the Government

Camella Palawan chose to highlight Balayong trees in support to the provincial and city government of the province, whose proactively promoting the Balayong trees in strong symbolism to the founding of Puerto Princesa. To commemorate the city’s founding, the people of Puerto Princesa celebrates Balayong Festival every 4th of March.

It is believed that the Balayong tree is native to Palawan islands and its light pink flowers represent strength and beauty.

Future of Camella Palawan

Since its launch in July 2017, Camella Palawan continues to improve its community and service to residents. Five years from now, when the Balayong flowers bloom, Camella Palawan will be an attraction and will provide a picturesque view that residents and even tourists will enjoy.

Strategically located in one of the most beautiful paradises in the Philippines, near white beaches and bustling tourist destinations, with access to significant establishments, state-of-the-art amenities, and high-quality Italian-Mediterranean-inspired house models, Camella Palawan is a great investment, a value-for-money living space, and one of the best living spots in the world.

The event will be attended by salespersons and brokers, and also open for anyone who want to witness the event and visit the house models. Homebuyers also have an opportunity to grab exclusive promos and discounts up to P35,000 until June 15. For personal tours, clients may contact 0917-5388744/0999-8864-253/(02) 226-35-52 or visit

In its aim to meet customers’ needs and exceed their expectations, Camella, the largest homebuilder in the Philippines, continues to provide not only affordable housing and secured communities across the country, but also elevate the lifestyle of its homeowners.

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