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The City of Mandaluyong (Filipino: Lungsod ng Mandaluyong) is one of the cities and municipalities that comprise Metro Manila in the Philippines. It is politically divided into 27 barangays under one congressional district. It has been classified as a Highly Urbanized City. Mandaluyong, the heart of the "Golden Triangle" (Manila, Makati, and Quezon City), has finally emerged as a veritable boom city. It is one of the leading business and industrial centers in the country today, the “New Tiger of Metro Manila", which made an unprecedented giant leap to progress.


It is bordered on the west by the country's capital, Manila, to the north by the municipality of San Juan, to the east by Quezon City and Pasig City, and by Makati City to the south. At present, its nicknames are "Tiger City of the Philippines", "Metro Manila's Heart", and the "Shopping Mall Capital of the Philippines". Mandaluyong is located at the very center of Metro Manila. With this geographical advantage, it has in recent years emerged as a veritable boomtown, the leading business and industrial mecca of the country.


The city has a total land area of 1,124.97 hectares.


The total population was 286,870 as of the 1995 census.


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Mandaluyong City is located right at the center of Metro Manila. Among the many attractions in the city is the western half of the Ortigas Center, one of the major centers of business and commerce in the metropolis (the eastern half is in Pasig City). Found within the Mandaluyong portion of the Ortigas Center are the main headquarters of the Asian Development Bank and the San Miguel Corporation, the Southeast Asia's largest food and beverage company. Also at the Ortigas Center is the Shangri-La Plaza, locale for the Edsa Shangri-La Manila, the St. Francis Towers (one of the tallest towers in the Philippines when built). Shangri-La Plaza is adjacent to SM Megamall, one of the biggest shopping malls in Asia and the premiere mall of the largest chain of shopping malls in the country. The newly-renovated EDSA Central and Star Mall are also in the area. The Shaw Boulevard Station of the Metro Rail Transit or MRT is another mall in itself.  The station is connected to three other malls (Star Mall, Shangri-La Plaza and EDSA Central). The famous drug laboratory UniLab is located here.

Mandaluyong city also boasts some of the best educational institutions in the country, namely Lourdes School of Mandaluyong (est. 1960), a Franciscan-Marian all-boys school, in Ortigas Center. Slightly northwest of Ortigas Center is the La Salle Greenhills(est. 1959), a famous all-boys high school. Mandaluyong city also exhibits another exclusive all-male institution, the Don Bosco Technical College (DBTC) (est. 1953), a prestigious Salesian school and the Motherhouse of all Salesian works in the Philippines.

The National Center for Mental Health is found in the city.


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Date  Title  Action
29 Sep 2010  List of State Universities & Colleges in NCR  View
22 Aug 2010  Tourism Websites  View
04 Mar 2008  History of Mandaluyong  View
15 Feb 2008  Important Numbers to Remember  View
25 Oct 2007  Commerce and Industry in Mandaluyong  View
22 Oct 2007  Education in Mandaluyong City  View
12 Oct 2007  One Stop Export Documentation Center  View
07 Oct 2007  Domestic Suppliers of Mandaluyong Products  View
27 Sep 2007  Man made tourist attactions  View
27 Sep 2007  Tourist Attractions: Special Interest  View
27 Sep 2007  The New Tiger City  View
27 Sep 2007  Hotels that Mandaluyong is Famous For  View
17 Feb 2008  First Gen hires Austrian firm for Pantabangan rehab  View
02 Feb 2008  Food expo ends tomorrow at SM Megamall  View
25 Jan 2008  Next Mobile eyes OFW market with new int'l calling service  View
01 Nov 2007  PhilCTTIS Business directory: DOT Accredited Hotels  View
31 Oct 2007  RFM, other food producers eye $12-B Arab food market  View
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