Located at the eastern part of Metro Manila, Pasig City used to be the capital of Rizal
Province before it was made a part of Metro Manila. It is bounded on the north by Marikina City, on the east by the
towns of Cainta and taytay in the province of Rizal, on the south by Pasig River,
and on the west by Mandaluyong and Quezon City. Across the Pasig River
are Taguig city, the town of Pateros, and Makati City.
It has a total land area of 48.5 square kilometers.
Main thoroughfares are C-5, Ortigas Avenue Extension, and Shaw Boulevard. On its border with Mandaluyong is located
the Ortigas Center, one of the most prestigious central business districts of Metro Manila where many high-rise condominiums are
Pasig City offers opportunities in real estate development particularly in mass housing and commercial complexes. Investors can also
put up call centers, animation studios, software development companies, and other technology-related ventures. Other businesses to establish
in Pasig are light manufacturing industries, financial services, import and export trading.
Places of Interest / Tourist Attractions in Pasig City
- Church of our Lady of the Immaculate Conception - was first built in 1575 and was restored in 1879.
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