How to get to Anvaya Cove?

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Where is Anvaya Cove? Directions? How to get to Anvaya Cove? What road to take to Anvaya Cove? How do I not not get lost going to Anvaya Cove??

Finally, here’s how:

Take North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), exit at San Fernando, pass Lubao (Pampanga), go straight until the Dinalupihan (Bataan) junction, turn right and go further until the Subic Tipo Expressway entrance to the left.

OR (here’s a faster and more convenient route to reach the TIPO gate…the views are great too hehehe)

Take NLEX, take SCTex interchange, follow signs that lead to SUBIC, end of SCTex will lead you to Subic Tipo Expressway. =)

– Go inside SBMA, follow the highway running parallel to Subic Bay at the right, pass the airport, follow the sharp left curve of the road at the end of the airport compound, pass Triboa Bay (APEC Villas), follow the winding road until you exit SBMA via its South (Morong) Gate.

– Once outside, follow the winding road until you reach a junction.  Turn right at this first corner, this is the road going to Morong, Bataan town proper.  The main entrance of Anvaya Cove is along this road.

Now, if you really want to make sure, I’ve got one simple advice:

CALL ME. I’ll get you there for sure. Free of charge… And yeah, I’ll even bring a van so that you won’t have to bring your car. Convenient? Very.

Here’s my mobile +63 917 50 29252.  At your service.

Hope to see you soon!

For an updated direction to Anvaya Cove (with photos of road signs), click on the link below:

Open-skies law sought for Subic, Clark airports

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Another good news for Anvaya Cove members!

The Congressional Planning and Budget Department (CPBD) has strongly advocated for the Philippines to adopt an open-skies policy for the international airports at Subic and Clark.

Click on this link for more details

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Subic-Clark Expressway finished by November 2007

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 Good news for Anvaya Cove!

CLARK FREEPORT, Pampanga–President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has approved the recommendation of Secretary Edgardo Pamintuan to give a Japanese contractor at least four months more to finish the Bataan-Pampanga portion of the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway in Central Luzon — one of the country’s national flagship projects.