Pasig Travel Guide

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Pasig Highlights

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     Bustling City 

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     Traffic. When it rains, cabbies are usually choosy! 

  • In a nutshell
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     The tidiness and wide streets within Pasig is inviting 

Pasig Things to Do

  • Relax at the Spa

    The Spa is one of the best, if not the best, spa available in the City. It is easily accessible from pasig, quezon city, Makati, Mandaluyong, Antipolo or Marikina as it is just along the C5 highway just before reaching Eastwood (from ortigas). Trained masseuse are there to give you the most relaxing and exotic massage to make you come back for...

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  • Tiendesitas

    Pasig is really a good place to stay whether transient or permanent. It has several hotels for the tourists, malls to cater to its shopping visitors and other places of interest. I would however recommend going to the newly opened Tiendesitas right along the C5 highway. It has several things for shoppers with cheap prices. for sale are clothes,...

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Pasig Restaurants

  • One of the best Chinese Restaurants

    -One of my favorite cuisine-All are tasty, all very affordable -The fried skin fish appetizer and the spaghetti with eggplant

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  • Food Court of Tiendesitas

    The Food Court of the Tiendesitas flea market is a popular area to hang around for both shoppers and party people since it also acts as a budget drinking place as they have live bands performing for free at night at the big stage in the middle of the complex. Tiendesitas provides live entertainment daily starting at 8:30 PM. Live bands perform in...

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  • Best Sisig in the country

    Sisig is a Kapampangan term which means "to snack on something sour". It usually refers to fruits, often unripe or half-ripe, sometimes dipped in salt and vinegar. It also refers to a method of preparing fish and meat, especially pork, which is marinated in a sour liquid such as lemon juice or vinegar, then seasoned with salt, pepper and other...

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  • Sweet tooth mania

    This is the outlet inside The Podium mall. It consists of a small barely 3 meter bar/booth with a couple of table/chair set. There is a small board that announces the seasons flavor. I've seen a Halloween scoop that is made with brown chocolate with peanut butter with orange bits. My kid loved it.My personal fave is the Chocoholics Anonymous....

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  • The Cheapest Breakfast meals in the...

    As seen on my homepage, this is the one of the most cheapest restaurants I have ever been in Pasig. Never I have seen as cheap as these in Manila or in anywhere in the Philippines. So if you can show me a proof, please send me a pic that will beat this price here and I will surely treat you!The meal consists of a half fried egg and with a little or...

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  • Feed your brain w/ omega oils: Try R3k...

    If you are looking for one of the few seafood restaurants in the suburbs of Pasig- This is the place- R3K Seafood Restaurant. Unlike other restaurants that show their live fish on their aquariums, R3K seafoods are only displayed on their fresh big freezers. They say that their seafoods are always fresh and new directly straight from South Cotabato(...

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  • The A1 Panciteria of Pasig

    Ado's Panciteria is one of the tastiest and special pancits I have discovered in Pasig.Aside from their unique spices, they have distinctly made their pansits by adding the tasty yet cholesterol-full chicharon bits(deep fried pork skin). Located in one of the busiest parts of Pasig town proper. Its strategic location has made it one of the most...

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  • RIZAL'S FAMOUS RICE TOPPINGS IN PASIG...

    Budbod is Rizal's famous local delicacy of rice toppings flavoured with beaten egg, sliced tomatoes, spring onion, sesame seeds and a choice of viand of either the ff:fried pork, chicken, daing(salted dried milk fish), tapa, hotdog, longganissa, shanghai rolls etc... Cost is P45 pesos.This place is a self service restaurant. so expect to get your...

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  • PIONEER of SISIG IN PASIG

    From the name itself, "AYSEE" which means "I was first" is a testament on their claim as the 1st restaurant in Pasig or perhaps Manila to serve SISIG - Filipino's favorite pulutan(foods while drinking alcohol) . Though I haven't totally verified their claim but it seems true since they were serving it since 1986. And the fact that Sisigs became...

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  • Where MOST foods TASTE the SAME!

    CASHKEY is one of the most famous Chinese pansiteria restaurants in western Pasig City.In fact, it is included in the city government's annual travel map/magazines. Situated at the center of Raymundo Ave., where most mini-carinderias and cheap sidewalk restaurants are located. It is one of the few good tasting airconditioned restaurants along the...

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  • NOT a Resto but a CAKE Tip

    This is a new thing for me! Getting my cakes instead of coffee at the Starbuck's!Well, Starbuck's Coffee came out with a pair of cakes I really like. Their Heaven Cake and Pistachio Cake (actually more like mini-cakes) are really good! The different layers and different flavors just explode in your mouth as you bite through the layers of each...

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  • Veggie Lovers, Don’t Fret

    … Presenting Chop Suey Rice, a hearty serving of mixed veggies and rice for the veggie lovers or the diet-conscious, being offered by Foodash! If you’re just tired of eating beef or meat or chicken as well as fish, it’s time to have a visit to this cool resto and enjoy Chopsuey Rice. Chopsuey Rice is also served with Foodash! soup of the day....

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  • Adobo, True to its Taste

    Ahh! Adobo, one of the most common Filipino dishes, is being offered as one of the rice topping specials of Foodash! It’s got chicken and pork, meticulously cooked with a balance of ingredients to bring out that enticing adobo aroma followed by the gloriously yummy taste. Adobo is served with rice and soup of the day at Foodash! The sauce (oh,...

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  • Merienda Time is Foodash! Time

    Office workers usually have merienda time in the afternoon, wherein light (or even heavy) snacks are taken. Pancit bihon prepared by Foodash! is an ideal merienda that even comes with toasted bread. This will surely complete your afternoon and will give you enough energy for the few hours left on your working day. Crunchy veggies on rice noodles,...

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  • Crispy Pork Strips with a Kick

    Crispy pork strips or better known as lechon kawali has always been one of Filipinos’ all-time favorite dishes. One of the bestsellers of Foodash! is lechon kawali rice toppings. Crunchy and tasty, lechon kawali never fails to make it on the customers’ must-try and must-have lists during lunch time. It’s got something to do with the secret blend,...

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Pasig Nightlife

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  • Drinking Plus Pool Games

    One of the more popular joints in the huge metrowalk complex in Pasig City. they have live bands, pool (billiard tables), private rooms and tons of pica pica, bar chow and karaoke songs and lots of beers. cheers!Opens from 11:00 am - 2:00 am today. •Su, M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 11:00 am - 2:00 am smart casual

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  • the Most Popular Nite Spot in Central...

    the most popular nite spot in the ortigas complex spanning mandaluyon, pasig and quezon city areas. it has tons of bars. nite spots, restaurants, coffee shops and shopping areas. smart casual

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  • Banchetto

    This only happens once a week, every saturday 12:00 midnight. Along Emerald Avenue, the road infront of Strata, is close because Banchetto will be set up. Call Center agents feast on the varieties of foods offered at the overnight food stalls. Everyone is excited to buy their Lunch (call center's break at night or mid morning) on Saturday before...

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Pasig Transportation

  • Shortcut

    If you would like to save time on your trip going around Pasig City, there is another option that you can use. Try riding a small boat that crosses Pasig river. The one I know is just at the back of the barangay hall of Maybunga. Fare is only Php 2.00 (yes! it's not a typo error - it really is Php 2.00) For students, it is half of the price. This...

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  • Riding a Jeep

    This is the major transportation getting around Pasig City. Within 4 kms, jeepney fare is only Php 7.00. Then, succeeding kms would add I think around Php .50. Right now, Pasig City does not impose curfew hours... hence, jeepneys to and around Pasig City is 24hrs a day.

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Pasig Shopping

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  • Budget Shopping of Arts and Crafts at...

    Tiendesitas is a huge flea market type of shopping area in Pasig City located at the busy C5 highway. It is owned by the owners of the Greenhills Commercial Center who envisioned to have a mini greenhills type of flea market style of shopping where you can find local and international arts and crafts, a big pet selling and grooming area and budget...

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  • Saturdays - Tiangge Day (Flea Market)

    If you are looking for a place where you can stretch your budget, you might want to try the Tiangge day of the Pasig City Market. It is located on the third floor. You can buy a lot of things here. From clothes and accessories (men, women, childrens), to home needs like curtains, pillows and etc. You can find ready made costumes as well! This place...

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  • Look For Less

    St. Francis Square Mall is a mall strategically located in the heart of Ortigas Center, just at the back of SM Megamall Bldg A and behind The Podium. The mall is owned and managed by Mr.Luke C. Roxas, founder of the ASB Realty.Ground Floor: Cellphones, Music Player, DVDs, every 2nd hand and brand new gadgets are here. Second Floor: shoes, slippers,...

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Pasig Warnings and Dangers

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    by scarletf Written Feb 5, 2009

    This Laundry service is located along Dr. Sixto Antonio Avenue in Maybunga. It is just beside Maybunga Elementary School. They have just opened recently and they offered cheaper laundry services. But BEWARE!!! Since they offered cheaper laundry services, don’t expect a good service from them. They are inaccurate and the owner itself doesn’t know how to attend customer complain. I recently got the worst experience from them. And unfortunately, I even got accused of being selfish and arrogant. Grrr!!! What the ***k?! I deserve to be treated fairly. The owner doesn’t know how to handle complaints and doesn’t admit their mistake. Should you be visiting Pasig avoid having laundry services in Rosaly’s or you would regret it for the rest of your life.

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Pasig Sports & Outdoors

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    by scarletf Updated Feb 8, 2008

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    There is this place at the heart of Pasig city where you can see almost everything in one place. It is called the Pasig city Rainforest Park. It is a park and an activity center all in one. The park has a zoo, butterfly sanctuary, kids playground, senior citizen's place, conference hall and etc. In terms of sports activities, there is a waterpark where you can either go for plunge or learn how to swim. In the middle of the park, the Eusebio Fitness Center is located. Here you can see people with great bodies and people working out to have great body. :) Inside also this fitness center, there are sessions for taebo, aerobics and martial arts. Proud to say that I am part on one of the martial arts organizations here. It is called Kungkado. A freestyle martial arts where you will learn everything from empty hands fighting to weapon handling.

    Equipment: Don't forget your camera and take photos of this amazing place. Make sure you visit the butterfly sanctuary and the zoo. Try to ride a train too. It will roam you around the park. Don't forget to bring your swim suit if you are planning to swim also. Well, if you prefer to sweat out and burn those fats, attend the taebo or aerobics session or simply use the gym's equipments. Remember to bring extra clothes!

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  • KAMPEEEYYYY!!! Tsingtao Beer

    -Had Tsingtao (famous Chinese Beer) for 4 months when I stayed in SZ, China last 2007-Glad to have a restaurant that offers Tsingtao at a very reasonable price (Kanzhu Hand-pulled Noodles in C5 Pasig City)

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  • Fresh pork meat store that you can...

    If you are looking for quality pork meat, fresh and lean... Go to Aling Puring's stall in the Pasig City Market. She is located on the ground floor, meat section, stall number 38. Purita Mendoza is the owner. I've known this store since I was a child. My mother used to tag me along as she goes to the market. Make sure you visit her stall early in...

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