Pasig City emerged as the boom city of Metro Manila during the 1990s with the rise of Ortigas Center. As an alternative to Makati, many local and foreign businesses set up their offices in Ortigas Center, and soon Pasig City had its own skyline. Ortigas Center is also the home of many shopping malls including SM Megamall, The Podium, EDSA Shangri-La, and Robinson's Galleria. Art Galleries include Contreras Sculpture, Galleria Duemila, Gallery Genesis, Pacheco Art Gallery and West Gallery.

 

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GETTING THERE
As Pasig is within Metro Manila itself, it is not far from the NAIA Airport in Pasay City and travel between cities will only take minutes.

 

GETTING AROUND
Jeepneys are available throughout the city, as well as tricycles and pedicabs in smaller residential areas. One can ride a jeepney from Shaw Boulevard in Mandaluyong City that leads all the way to the heart of Pasig, which is the Pasig City Hall and the Pasig Public Market (Pasig Palengke). Taxis also service the city as well.

 

LANGUAGES SPOKEN
  • Tagalog
  • English

 

MUST SEES!

  • Pasig Cathedral
  • Pasig City Museum
  • Lopez Memorial Museum
  • Bahay Na Tisa
  • Mutya ng Pasig Public Market
  • Plaza Bonifacio
  • Immaculate Concepcion Parish Church
  • Plaza Rizal
  • Eugenio Lopez Foundation, Inc.
  • Dona Geronima's Cave
  • Tanghalang Pasigueno
  • Rainforest Park
  • Ortigas Center
  • Tiendesitas

 

 

LET’S GO TRY

  • Ado's Panciteria
  • Cafe Juana
  • Dimas-alang Bakery

 

LET'S GO EXPLORE & EXPERIENCE

  • Visit Metrowalk. A complex of high-end nightclubs and restaurants in uptown Pasig where party goers can go clubbing with a view of the city as well as its neighbors. 

 

LET’S GO TO FESTIVAL & EVENTS

  • Bambino Festival (Held every 11th to 20th of January)This is a celebration in honor of the Sto. Niño marked by an exhibit of the Sto. Niño images owned by the Pasigueños. 
  • Pista ng Batang Pasig (Held every 3rd Saturday of March)is a project of the City Government of Pasig, which aims among others to promote programs and activities for the total development of the youth. 
  • Itik-Itik Festival (Held every 29th of July)This significant event is not limited to colorful activities, sumptuous food, revelry and fun, but also draws people closer to God and to one another. It features itik cuisine 
  • Bayanihan Festival (Held every 3rd Sunday of November)This is celebration of the Feast of Señora del Rosario.

 

DID YOU KNOW THAT?

  • The original Pasig was a vast territory extending to Montalban(a barrio of San Mateo in olden times), now Rodriguez, to Bai, Laguna. 
  • The early settlers in Pasig are the Tingues who lived in the forested mountain of Pasig and the Remontados those settlers who kept moving to the mountains to avoid being subjugated by the Spaniards.

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