Pasig Revolving Tower

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Know more about this Pasig city's iconic tower.

Formerly the Mutya ng Pasig Tower, Pasig Revolving Tower was built as an 11-storey building in 1974 in an area then covered with rice paddies and some houses. The structure was built near the Mutya ng Pasig public market during the administration of then-Pasig Mayor Emiliano Caruncho Jr.. It features a revolving restaurant on the then-topmost floor, one of the two existing revolving restaurants in the Metro Manila area at that time; the other dining outlet was at the Manila Royal Hotel in Quiapo, Manila which is already defunct.
The national economic crisis that followed the Assassination of Benigno Aquino Jr. in 1983, caused tenants occupying the building to be unable to pay rent to the Pasig government. For the next several years, only the first three floors of the Pasig Revolving Tower was occupied, mainly by local department offices. It also served as a storage facility for the nearby market.

Mayor Robert Eusebio, an architect himself, commissioned an architectural and structural study of the Pasig Revolving Tower in 2006 with the intent of renovating the building. The study was finished in 2008. Renovation works on the tower began in 2015 under the tenure of Mayor Maribel Eusebio, Robert's wife and also an architect. The main contractor of the renovation was Interbelt Construction which facilitated the addition of a 12th floor and a viewing deck. Majority of the changes was the interior designs per floor and the revolving restaurant was retained on the eleventh floor. It was finished within 2016, during Robert Eusebio's second non-consecutive term which started in the same year, and was re-inaugurated on November 18, 2016.

Nowadays, it is mainly used for private events and gatherings. See the below details for rentals and rates:

Main Dinning Area

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UP TO 200PAX CAPACITY
11TH FLOOR ( 230.30 sqm. / aircondition )
( tables and chairs / performance stage area / bar area / pantry area / comfort rooms male & female )
P 20,000.00 ( first 3 hrs. )
P 3,000.00 ( succeding / hr. )

Coffee Shop

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UP TO 100PAX CAPACITY
10TH FLOOR ( 154.12 sqm. / aircondition )
P 10,000.00 ( first 3 hrs. )
P 2,000.00 ( succeding / hr. )

Sky Garden Area

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4TH FLOOR ( 157.60 sqm. /open area ) 30-50pax capacity
P4,000.00 ( first 3 hrs. )
P 1,000.00 ( succeding / hr. )




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HOW TO GET TO PASIG REVOLVING TOWER

Pasig Revolving Tower is searchable via Google Maps and Waze app.

Via Public Transportation

  • Catch any jeepney/UV Express en route to "Pasig Palengke". It will pass by the Pasig City Hall Complex. Drop off at Chowking and cross to the complex where the event place is located in.

Pasig Revolving Tower

Address: Pasig City Hall Complex, Caruncho Ave., Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines

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