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4 Things to Do in Pasig City, Philippines #PinoyBlogWatch





4 Things to Do in Pasig City, Philippines #PinoyBlogWatch

Kara Ochoa frequently travelled within Pasig area that she wanted to share the luxury of this place for can-afford Filipinos or tourists. It means shop-until-you-drop, eat-all-you-can and enjoys life while spending money of course!

In a growing metropolis like Pasig City, Philippines that's filled with constant movement and developments, there's hardly a dull moment. So come and make the most of your time here by doing these suggested activities:

Shop to Your Heart's Content

On the boundaries of the city lies the bustling Ortigas Center, which is home to several of the country's financial and business institutions. It is also the location of prominent commercial establishments boasting a wide selection of retail shops. The Podium and Shangri-la Mall includes a fine selection of upscale and international brands. There's also Robinsons Galleria and SM Megamall with a massive collection of retail outlets, restaurants, and entertainment areas. Bargain products ranging from clothing and shoes to accessories and gadgets can also be found in St. Francis Square. On top of great purchases, visiting these attractions in Pasig City immerse you in diverse atmospheres and ambience. If you want to experience them all, one day is surely not enough.

Let the Kids Rule

Traveling with children is highly recommended when you head on over to the Fun Ranch. Located in Frontera Verde in Ortigas Avenue, this family entertainment complex is one colossal playground that offers a world of amusements. Every corner of the ranch is child-friendly, with an impressive number of engaging activities to explore and enjoy with your kids. The compound includes fun rides, playgrounds, and stores that offer an unforgettable bonding experience for the whole family.

Explore Definitive Artistry

Make your way to the corner of Exchange Road and Meralco Avenue and walk the halls of The Lopez Memorial Museum. Founded in 1960 by Don Eugenio Lopez, Sr., it provides students and scholars easy access to rare Filipiniana books, manuscripts, and fine art. Within its rooms are the paintings of 19th century Filipino artists like Juan Luna and Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo. It also displays archeological artifacts recovered from the Calatagan burial sites dating back to the 14th and 15th century. In addition, the museum also showcases a number of exhibitions, workshops, and other similar events all throughout the year. The Lopez Memorial Museum is open from Mondays to Saturdays from 8 am to 5 pm, except on public holidays.

Indulge in a Feast for the Senses

Enveloping a vast territory, Pasig City is also filled with a profusion of dining choices ranging from budget-friendly to lavish treats. There's Charlie's Grind and Grill, a popular source for hand-crafted burgers and casual meals. 22 Prime, a cozy and sophisticated restaurant situated on the 22nd floor of Discovery Suites, specializes in steaks cooked to absolute perfection. Aside from this dining place that offers panoramic views that look especially mesmerizing at night, the hotel in Pasig City also offers a number of promos for accommodations.

WOW! Pasig

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