Thursday, May 30, 2019

Yupangco Group and Ayala Group Partnership

May 27, 2019 – Yupangco Group of Companies signed a contract with Ayala Group for almost  2000 square meters area at the Ayala Mall Bay Area along Macapagal in their more than 200,000 square meters development. 

Present in the contract signing were Joshua Tsuchiya (Technical Operations Head, EATZ Group/UnliCity), Renz Victor  Picache (Brand Acquisition Manager, Ayala Group), Robert Laurel Yupangco (President of Yupangco Group), MaYa GaMir (COO, Zoomanity Group), Carl Cabral (Manager, Jake Zyrus Team), Grace Bondad Nicolas (Co Founder , Tag Media Group), Jose Mari Laurel Yupangco (CEO, Yupangco Electronics Corporation) and Rolando E. Valenzuela (Financial Advisor, Zoomanity Group).

The development from the Yupangco Group will be the biggest store as compared with their existing  concepts as mentioned by Robert Laurel Yupangco. 

According to Robert, “The concept we have in mind for our project with Ayala group is the first in the Philippines to promote our Filipino talents and to promote the Philippines as the premier tourist destination.” 

For more information, call 09778978877 or 02 2193503.

Thursday, December 20, 2018




“Christmas is for the children” quotes Robert L. Yupangco, CEO of Zoomanity Group, one of the leading companies in the theme park industry. With this in mind, the company is taking the opportunity to give back the happiness and blessings to less fortunate children this season of sharing and thanksgiving. Mr. Yupangco emphasizes that the kids of team shall be the one who will personally give the gifts to teach them to help at a young age. He believes that this will start a ripple effect and will further impact the future of the kids. Aside from promoting their advocacy which is called the 4 E’s (Education, Environmental Conservation, Exhibit and Entertainment) the company believes that it is part of their corporate social responsibility to give happiness to those kids who need it the mon  st. Through one charitable activity called “Christmas Gift Giving”, Zoomanity Group chose sets children from different foundations, annually to experience a whole day of fun, love and care in their theme parks.
Frontrow Enterprise Team

This year, over 500 kids will get a chance to have a free entrance to all Zoomanity Parks and enjoy one exciting day of interaction with their favourite animals. Different gifts will be given away plus exciting shows will be held. From Ruins at Metropolitan Avenue this coming December 13, to Zoocobia Fun Zoo and Zoobic Safari on December 15 and Paradizoo and Residence Inn on December 16, we will make sure that these less fortunate children will really feel the essence of Christmas and that is to be loved and cared for.
Children at Zoobic Safari

None of this would have been possible without our generous sponsors including:


1.   Kiwanis International Corp

2.   Frontrow Enterprise

3.   Jollibee Foods Corporation

4.   HMR Philippines Inc.

5.   Mega Global Corporation

6.   Haverson Enterprises

7.   Kettle Foods Corporation

8.   Philex Mining Corporation
Kiwanis Club with Robert Laurel Yupangco


Zoomanity would like to thank everyone including the family and friends of Sir Robert who supported and helped make this Christmas Gift Giving such an exciting, rewarding, and productive event.
This series of activities will surely give them a lasting memory of happiness. For more details, call 2193503 or visit our website




Monday, September 3, 2018

PRRC, LIAC relocate more ISFs in Estero de Magdalena to Cavite

 The Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC), in collaboration with the Local Inter-Agency Committee of Manila, relocated more informal settler families (ISFs) along the stretch of Estero de Magdalena, Manila today, July 3.

According to PRRC Executive Director Jose Antonio "Pepeton" E. Goitia, up to 40 families would be initially transferred to the relocation site in Trece Martires, Cavite.

While the remaining 60 families were scheduled to move on July 10 to their new houses in Summer Home, Trece Martires, Cavite.

Goitia said that before the relocation, the families were accompanied and assisted by PRRC in various community dialogues and ocular inspections as part of their social preparation.

They were also provided with 40 trucks and vans as they move to the relocation site.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development – Manila likewise provided each family with food supplies such as rice, canned goods and coffee.

Other entitlements included livelihood assistance and disaster preparedness training.

From November 2015 to September 2017, PRRC already transferred 1,009 ISFs out of the target 2,015 to various relocation sites in Bulacan.

Goitia said it was important for the ISFs to leave the estero because they had been long exposed to the dangers of leptospirosis, diarrhea and other waterborne diseases.

In addition, they caused heavy pollution of Estero de Magdalena, which flows to the Pasig River, that no amount of cleanup operations solved the garbage problem in the area; hence, the relocation.

It was only last June 13, 2018 that the PRRC conducted a massive clean-up operation with the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), local government unit of Manila and several ISFs in Estero de Magdalena to prevent the flooding in the area.

"So these ISFs really must be relocated because they are also causing the mountains of garbage here," Goitia said.

Once all the ISFs are removed, the PRRC can already begin the construction of the linear park along the estero as it did in Estero de Pandacan, Estero de Paco, Maytunas Creek, Estero de San Miguel and many other once-polluted waterways.

The government allotted P 17 million for the rehabilitation of Estero de Magdalena into an environmental protected area.

Furthermore, the PRRC and MMDA jointly dismantled their informal settlements with consent from the families to ensure that they would not return to Estero de Magdalena.

Trece Martires Mayor Melandres G. De Sagun welcomed the families in Cavite and ensured that their houses were in good condition, and accessible to important facilities like hospital and school.