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Marikina City is located on the eastern side of Metro Manila. It is bounded by Rizal on the east, Quezon City on the west, and Pasig City on the south.

Geographic Profile:

Marikina City is situated in a valley in between the mountains of Montalban and the higher area of Quezon City. Its rich and fertile soil is suitable for farming, but now Marikina is an urbanized area with numerous commercial centers. Its farm lands have been converted into residential areas.

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Mandaluyong City is a heart-shaped, 26-kilometer tract of land lying seven kilometers southeast of Manila and eight kilometers, west of Pasig. To the south lies Makati, to the northwest San Juan, and to the northeast Quezon City

Geographic Profile:

Mandaluyong is now considered one of the most urbanized areas of the NCR, a business and commercial center like the cities of Makati and Pasig.

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Makati City faces the City of Mandaluyong. It is bound by the Pasig River on the north, by the municipality of Pateros on the east, by Manila on the northwest, and by Pasay City on the south.

Geographic Profile:

The Pasig River flows around the northern and eastern borders of this city, which is known as the commercial and financial center of the country. Along Ayala Avenue, Makati is a city of skyscrapers. Just across are the posh villages of Forbes Park and Dasmarinas alongside Fort Bonifacio.

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Malabon is a coastal city situated in the northern part of the Greater Manila Area. It is bounded on the north and northeast by Valenzuela, on the west and southwest by Navotas, and on the southwest by Kalookan City. The city has a total land area of 1,576.79 hectares, 3.70 percent of the total land area of Metro Manila.

Geographic Profile:

The terrain is generally flat with slopes ranging from zero to five percent.

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Las Piñas is bounded by Paranaque City on the north and northeast, Muntinlupa City on the east and southeast, by Imus, Cavite on the south and, by Bacoor, Cavite on the west and southwest.

Geographic Profile:

Las Pinas consists of three zones, namely: the Manila Bay area, the Coastal Margin, and the Guadalupe Plateau.

How To Get There:

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



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