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Tourist Attractions In Parañaque City

Parañaque is bounded by Taguig on the east, Makati City on the north, Pasay City, and Pateros on the northwest.

Geographic Profile:

Parañaque is an urban area with large residential and commercial areas.

How To Get There:

Buses, jeepneys, taxis, and tricycles bound for Parañaque are available in many parts of Metro Manila.

Tourist Attractions (Pasay City)

Pasay is bounded on the south by Paranaque, on the northwest by Makati City, and on the west by Taguig. The city has a total land area of 19 square kilometers.

Geographic Profile:

Pasay City is the third smallest political subdivision in the National Capital Region. The Air Transportation Office (formerly CAA) occupies 9.5 square kilometers, which includes the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), the Villamor Air Base, and a reclamation area. The city is known as a center for entertainment. A section located along Roxas Boulevard fronting Manila Bay is in fact known as Manila's "tourist belt."

Pateros City Tourist Attractions

Pateros is situated in the northern bank of the Pasig River. It is bounded on the south by Taguig, on the east by Pasig and Taguig, on the west by the Pateros River, on the north by the Pasig River, and on the northwest by Makati.

Geographic Profile:

Pateros is highly suited for urban development due to its flat terrain and good internal and external drainage. About 63 percent of its land is used as a residential area. About 27 percent is agricultural land. The rest are taken up by the commercial and business district.

Pasig City Tourist Attractions

Pasig is approximately 12 kilometers east-south-east of Manila, with a total land area of 3,100 hectares or approximately 31 square kilometers. It is bounded on the north by Quezon City and Marikina, on the east by Cainta and Taytay, on the west by Mandaluyong, and on the south by Pateros and Taguig.

Geographic Profile:

Of the city's total land area, 85 percent is for residential, institutional, commercial, and industrial use. Only 15 percent of total land area is used for agriculture.

Quezon City Tourist Attractions

Quezon City is located 10 kilometers north of Manila. To the city's east are San Mateo (Rizal) and Marikina; to the west are San Juan and Manila; to the north are Kalookan City and San Jose del Monte (Bulacan); and to the south are the cities of Pasig and Mandaluyong. Quezon City has a land area of 15,359 hectares. It is five times bigger than Manila in area and is actually the country's second biggest city.

Geographic Profile:

Rolling hills characterize the terrain of a large portion of Quezon City. Its lowest altitude is 25 feet above sea level, while its highest is 55.

How To Get There:

Buses, jeepneys, taxis, and tricycles bound for Quezon City are available in many parts of Metro Manila.

 

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