One of the four cities that originally comprised Metro Manila, Pasay is the third smallest city in the National Capital Region with an area of only 1,900 hectares. It is adjacent to Manila and is bordered by Manila Bay to the west, Makati and Taguig to the northeast, and Paranaque City to the south. Because of its close proximity to Manila, the city shares with the national capital a history and rich culture that dates back to pre-Hispanic times. It has the largest area earmarked for vital infrastructure and utilities, with more than half of its total land area occupied by the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
Pasay City is also known as the “Cultural Center of Metro Manila” for several reasons. For one, the area is devoted to the development and promotion of the arts, culture, and trade, making it a great destination for startup businesses and entrepreneurs looking to expand their horizons in the Philippines. Some of the key attractions include SM Mall of Asia (the biggest shopping mall in the country), Nayong Pilipino (a popular cultural park), and The Coconut Palace (a luxurious venue made of coconut lumber, coconut shells, and various Philippine hardwood to celebrate the coconut as the “Tree of Life”).
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