Fish Feeding in Nuvali, Laguna

I’ve heard so many things about Nuvali, Ayala Land’s development which focuses on evo-living, but it was only 3 weeks ago when I actually witnessed how wonderful this place is. Thanks to the invitation of Jayce Perlas, me and other media practitioners had a half day food tripping tour in Nuvali.

Aside from the food tasting bonanza that we did, my most favorite part of the whole tour was the fish feeding. Nuvali has a man-made lake which has various purposes. You can enjoy fish feeding in lake at the Solenad, the shopping and dining district in Nuvali. Fish feeding is free but you have to buy the fish feeds from them. It costs Php 15 per small bag. As you can see in the video above, the Japanese Kois enjoyed the feeds that visitors feed them. They’re actually a lot, I can’t really say how many they are, but there are gigantic Kois. Many say that Kois can live up to a century and I could just imagine that if it’s already the next century, the Kois in this lake can actually take over the entire province! Haha, just kidding.

FYI, you do not need to be a resident of Nuvali to enjoy the amenities and restaurants there. For more information about Nuvali, please visit their website at www.nuvalievoliving.com.

3 thoughts on “Fish Feeding in Nuvali, Laguna”

  1. Calling that place an “eco-village” is a joke. It’s just another big gated compound ofr rich people. It has no alternative energy and the far-suburban location means everyone will drive everywhere – using up our resources and polluting our air. This is just all marketing from you oligarchical leaders, the Ayala land Corporation.

    “For more information about Nuvali, please visit their website at http://www.nuvalievoliving.com.”

    Clearly they already own this blogger…

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