Suddenly you find yourself in a strange moment where you’re planning a family vacation that might push you beyond your budget. Bringing your family somewhere quiet and relaxing like the calm waters of El Nido suddenly sounded like a good idea, even better, taking the kids to notable amusement parks such as Disneyland and the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando felt like a dream come true. But you also know for yourself that you have to save up for other priorities rather than spending your money to which you call ‘luxurious leisure.’

This is indeed a strange moment that is all too familiar to every typical Filipino family. For someone who has a planned budget, these vacation plans are often set to later because of other priorities like the kids’ education, food for the table, house rent and other daily needs. We always worry so much about the future that we forget to enjoy the present. Which brings you to the question: Do you really need to go on a vacation?

Little did you know, going on vacations proves to be highly beneficial both on your physical and mental being.  You also get more benefits when you travel with your family. Vacation helps you reduce stress and anxiety while boosting the mental and physical health of the family. It can also improve your family bond relationships, as according to research, families who take vacations at least once a year undergoes shared experience, communication, and togetherness, escape, realization and experiential learning, all of which contributes positively to our well-being and relationships.

Our dream vacation should not be measured by how much money we spent or how Instagram-worthy the place is. It is always about having to spend it with the family and seeing your kids at their most genuine happiness.

But what if someone tells you that you can actually live in a resort type community where vacation is experienced every day? Will you be willing to invest in these themed residential communities?

Living in a community where you can experience a ‘vacation everyday’ lifestyle is now made possible. Inspired from Singapore’s Kasara – The Lake, Empire East’s Kasara Urban Residences provides you tranquility and relaxation from all the anxieties and stress right at your home. Your family can now indulge themselves in a resort lifestyle as they enjoy amenities and perks like that of a five-star resort haven.

Kasara Urban Resort Residences is located at Eagle St. and P. Antonio St. Ugong, Pasig City,  just a walk away from C-5 road giving you easy access to Ortigas Center, Eastwood City, Bonifacio Global City (BGC) and Makati CBD, Tiendesitas, SM Supercenter and Valle Verde Pasig where you can enjoy shopping and dining at the same time.


This six-tower vast empire is not only about giving you a place of home but a lifestyle of your summer vacation dream. Kasara is a 1.8-hectare residential community which dedicates about 65% of the development only for its greenery and resort type water amenities. It is built with a man-made lake that is functional as a swimming pool. It also has man-made waterfalls, multipurpose court, turtle ponds, koi ponds, flowing streams and a clubhouse. Its other amenities include a fitness gym, jogging paths, large activity area for meditation and garden stations, playgrounds, toy lots and a pet area for extra comfort.

Kasara Urban Resort Residences is a breakthrough development of a laid back and executive lifestyle where you can switch between harmony and calm. Let this be your safe haven where all natural elements find the perfect harmony that everyone dreams of.


For inquiries, call Empire East at 02-8103333, or text. 0917-8- EMPIRE (367473).
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