Top 10 attractions to explore in Mandaluyong
Mandaluyong, officially the City of Mandaluyong, is a 1st class highly urbanized city in Metropolitan Manila, Philippines. It has a population of 386,276 people.
This museum portrays the history of the Philippines ' military forces. Among its collections are infantry guns, rifles, mortars and various war equipment. There are also dioramas, displays and paintings from different wartimes, and artwork and scale models of uniforms of the various Philippine forces throughout history.
A huge monument that was built in the corner of Epifanio de Los Santos Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines to commemorate the events of the 1986 People Power Revolution. The monument was nominated as one of the seven symbols of world peace through the #7Peace #PeoplePower initiative.
One of the popular shrine located in the Metro Manila which serves as a monument to the Virgin Mary, the protector of those who participated in the People Power Revolution of 1986. This place is now one of the popular attractions in this area and daily a lot of people visit this place.
Makati Parks and Garden is one of the places you go to unwind without spending if you’re tired of malls. The grounds are massive, well-lit, and peaceful. And the best part is you get one more choice for a reception venue. It was one of the key attractions in Metro Manila.
The Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned, better known as Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish Church, is a Roman Catholic church in Marikina, the Philippines. The church enshrines one of several images of the Madonna and Child venerated as miraculous, which has received papal recognition.
An office skyscrappper building which was located in Makati , Philippines. The developer and owner of Petron Megaplaza is Megaworld Corporation, one of the largest real estate companies in the Philippines. The word "Mega" in Megaplaza is in recognition of Megaworld Corporation's participation and ownership of the building. It was one of the architectural wonders in this area.
One of the modern edifices which was located in the heart of Metro Manila. This Parish is dedicated to Saint Andrew the Apostle, the patron saint of Metro Manila and Bel-Air Village. Built by National Artist for Architecture Leandro Locsin in 1968 in a unique way. It is now one of the famous places in this area.
Also known as San Miguel Church is a Catholic church of the Latin Rite dedicated to the seven archangels. The shrine is also known as Malacañang Church as it adjoins the Malacañang Palace complex, the official residence of the President of the Republic of the Philippines. The church building and the interior is one of the main examples of Philippine architecture and it is now one of the main tourist points in Metro Manila.
The Saints Peter and Paul Parish Church, popularly known as the "Poblacion" Church is just beside the Saint Paul College Makati. It is under the jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of Manila, and is one of the oldest and most historical among the Catholic Churches in the Philippines. It was built in the Year 1620. It was one of the famous tourist and pilgrimage centre in Mandaluyong.
Map of attractions in Mandaluyong