8 Great Things About Living in Pasig City

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Part of living independently is finding a home for yourself. Needless to say, location is key to your decision-making process. How about living in Pasig City?

Among the cities making a name for themselves as the best places to live in Metro Manila is Pasig City. For the past few years, the city has been gaining attention not just for its new local leaders, but also because of its engaged communities. Since then, everyone’s eyes have been on the city; and more are realizing that Pasig is the rising residential choice for the working class.

Apart from its highly engaged communities and leaders, Pasig City is conveniently located in the middle of three of the busiest business districts in Metro Manila; Ortigas Center, Taguig City, and Makati City. It is one of the best locations to establish yourself and settle in.

Below are eight other convincing reasons why Pasig City is the place to be.

Why Living in Pasig is Great

1. Pasig is the epitome of work-life balance

Pasig is the epitome of work-life balancePhoto courtesy of Ja San Miguel via Unsplash

Pasig City exemplifies the perfect chemistry of corporate life and leisure, ideal to young professionals. Here, the mornings are lively because of the busy streets leading to business offices. The nightlife is equally vibrant because of thrilling city experiences fit for friends and family. Life in Pasig is the very definition of work-life balance, with shopping malls, food districts, and parks everyone can enjoy.

2. Pasig supports a healthy lifestyle

Pasig supports a healthy lifestylePhoto courtesy of Tiffany Nutt via Unsplash

People who practice a healthy lifestyle will enjoy living in Pasig City with many activities to choose from. For one, the city is known for being bike-friendly after the local government implemented new biking policies and built bike-friendly infrastructure. Pasig is also home to Cyclehouse MNL, an indoor cycling establishment for those who love a good workout.

Pasig is also home to joggers’ and runners’ venues. Capitol Commons is a 500-meter stretch good for a run. Emerald Street, car-free on Sundays, is also popular among joggers.

If you’re into wall climbing, you can experience this, as well, in Pasig City. Climb Central Manila offers over 40 wall challenges and is the biggest indoor rock climbing establishment in Metro Manila.

3. Pasig City cares for the environment

Pasig City cares for the environmentPhoto courtesy of Sigmund via Unsplash

Known as the Green City, Pasig City has long been commended for its sustainability projects. Among these projects include the rehabilitation of the Pasig River and the strict implementation of the plastic ban. In fact, Pasig City has been in partnership with Unilever in a plastic collection project called “Walastik na Pasig” (Fantastic Pasig) wherein they promote proper waste management; so plastic containers don’t end up in the drainage system or in the river. With this project, the city looks to reduce its waste generation by 20% by 2025.

4. Pasig City is a food paradise

Pasig City is a food paradisePhoto courtesy of Alessandra So via Unsplash

Hungry for something? You’ll never go wrong in Pasig City. Kapitolyo is the best food crawl location you can find in the busiest streets. From romantic dinner spots to budget-friendly steak slabs, you’re in the right place.

Among the places you should try is Kanto Freestyle Breakfast, considered one of the most popular all-breakfast places in Pasig City.

If you love Japanese food, Asakusa can whip you up a good set of tempura. They also offer Japanese favorites with a Filipino twist.

Booze on a Friday night? Pasig City has got it. Tipsy Pig Gastropub in Capitol Commons offers a scrumptious Oyster Bar you can enjoy with a bottle (or two) of beer.

5. Bayanihan spirit is alive in Pasig City

It’s no doubt that a lot of Filipinos continue to struggle amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Thus, a group of young students started the chain reaction of Community Pantries in the country to provide the necessities needed by those severely affected by the pandemic.

Residents had their fair share of these community pantries in the city to help fellow neighbors and constituents get a little breather by providing the groceries and other necessities they need to help survive the daily struggle.

6. You’re safe in Pasig City

You’re safe in Pasig CityPhoto courtesy of Markus Winkler via Unsplash

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Pasig City never fails to be one step ahead. Its local government established its centralized contact tracing app called Pasig Pass. With this app, residents can generate their own QR code and show these to the establishments in the city — no more manual health declaration and contact tracing forms. This is a centralized and secure solution for people living in Pasig to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Apart from the Pasig Pass, the city was also recognized for its well-established response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our Treatment Strategy, including the establishment of a Covid-19 Referral Center, has certainly strengthened our fight against this virus,” said Mayor Vico Sotto in an interview.

The city is also among the first LGUs in the country which had an approved COVID-19 vaccination plan even before the pilot rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines in the country.

7. Modernity and history unite in Pasig

Despite the continuous development of the city, Pasig’s history and different cultural locations remain strong and sturdy. The Concepcion Mansion, now known as the Pasig City Museum, served as the Japanese’s headquarters in World War II. Last February 19, 1945, the American Flag was raised on the top of the tower, signifying the Liberation Day of Pasig City.

Now, the mansion is refurbished into a museum that houses the city’s history and heritage; where it’s preserved and shared with future generations. Aside from the history, the museum also promotes the city’s art and culture.

8. Pasig City is every shopaholic’s dream

Pasig City is every shopaholic’s dreamPhoto courtesy of Jordan Nix via Unsplash

If you like to shop, this city offers endless possibilities at various malls you can choose from, offering a great variety of local and international brands. On weekends, Pasig also has its weekend market at the Greenfield Open Park.

9. Pasig City is at the heart of everything you need

Pasig City is at the heart of everything you needPhoto courtesy of Paolo Syiaco via Unsplash

From going to work to enjoying Friday night drinks and shopping, you can find and do practically everything in Pasig City.

Here’s some good news for you. Pasig City is also home to a lot of major condominiums in the country. Among these establishments include DMCI homes’ Allegra Garden Place, Fairlane Residences, and Lumiere Residences. You can enjoy a good life here by living in Pasig and have easy access to everything you want and need.

Want to know more about Pasig City and city life? Read our other stories on the DMCI Communities Blog.

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