5 Reasons Why You Must Consider Living in Pasig City


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Pasig City is fast becoming one of the best places for yuppies and even starter or growing families to buy a home, whether it is a condo or house and lot for sale.


But why do we say that this riverbank city is one of the most underrated locations in Metro Manila? We lay our case with these nine reasons:

1. Being the "Green City" is its main goal.


In 2013, Pasig earned international recognition as one of the most liveable cities in the world. This is evident in several aspects such as the city hall building in itself and the green practices imposed by the government.


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2. It became the next lifestyle haven in the north.

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Pasig is home to various places for hangouts and good times. There's Metrowalk, Frontera Verde (Tiendesitas), Depot Area, Capitol Commons and the newest Ayala Mall The 30th to name some. These hubs offer several restaurant and entertainment varieties you can experience in the city.

3. Food is everywhere in the city.

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If you’re a foodie, you’re going to get spoiled in Pasig courtesy of the different sumptuous meals Kapitolyo’s holes-in-the-wall offer. You can choose from Asian or Western delicacies. There’s also the classic Three Sisters’ restaurant, which is a crowd favorite for its yummy and cheap pork BBQ on stick and other Filipino street food. Not only that, Kapitolyo is also housing a few of Pasig's food park - the first to stand is Gastro Park at 2nd Avenue, 77 Food Haven and Madison Commons at Brixton St.

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Lucky all the Pasiguenos, this city is a real food haven!

4. Your next great, big adventure is just around the corner.


Extreme adventures in the city are a rare treat for many urban dwellers. That is why Rainforest Adventure Experience (RAVE) in Pasig is a city hit because it offers different kinds of activities inside a lush rainforest.



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5. Pasig is rich in culture and history.

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There are different festivals that uphold Filipino culture such as the Bayanihan Festival, Pakalog Festival every December, Bambino Festival in honor of Sto. Niño every January, and Araw ng Pasig, to name a few.

Pasig City has also retained its Old Manila charm as seen in its restored plazas and old, historical churches. Some of the city’s residents also managed to keep some of the Spanish-styled houses - such as the "Bahay na Tisa" in San Jose.


Here are some pages/social media accounts that promotes the city itself:

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Pasig is a city in the Philippines. Located along the eastern border of Metro Manila, Pasig is bordered on the west by Quezon City and Mandaluyong; to the north by Marikina; to the south by MakatiPateros, and Taguig; and to the east by Antipolo, the municipality of Cainta and Taytay in the province of Rizal.
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