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History of Mandaluyong City

Have you ever wondered where did the name Mandaluyong come from? Many stories are claiming its origin. One of these claimed that the place was derived from Luyong, a type of tree that was plenty in the area during those early years. While some claimed that the place was named Madaluyong during the Spanish era describing its rolling terrains that were similar to the big waves of the sea. The letter “n” was then added by Spanish writers making it Mandaluyong.

On the other hand, some legend says that it was named after the tribal couple Manda and Luyong. Manda was the daughter of a Barangay chieftain while Luyong was a Maharlika which was hated by the father of Manda. During those times, you could be able to marry the girl if you won a series of tribal competitions. Luyong won and eventually got married to Manda. And they lived in the place which was later named Mandaluyong.

PEZA-accredited Buildings

With its “New Tiger City of Metro Manila moniker and named as the “Second Most Vibrant City Economy in the Country” by the Department of Trade and Industry and the Asian Institute of Management Policy Center (May 2002). Mandaluyong houses opportunities for working professionals and businessmen. Here is the list of PEZA-accredited buildings perfect for big players in different industries:

  • 500 Shaw Centrum
  • Citynet Central
  • CityNet1
  • East Cyber Gate Building
  • EDSA Central IT Center
  • EDSA Central IT Center 2
  • ePLDT Ventus Libertad Building
  • Filinvest EDSA Building
  • JELP Business Solution Center
  • Polar Central EDSA
  • Robinsons Cybergate Center Tower 1
  • Robinsons Cybergate Center Tower 2
  • Robinsons Cybergate Center Tower 3
  • Robinsons Cyberpark
  • Shaw Center Mall
  • SM Megamall IT Center
  • SM Megamall Building D IT Center
  • Starmall EDSA-Shaw
  • Summit One Office Tower
  • Sun Plaza
  • The Facilities Centre
  • Worldwide Corporate Center

Home of the Premium Commercial Hubs

With is moniker as The Shopping Capital of the Philippines, Mandaluyong City houses premium retail establishments in the metro:

  • Shangri-La Plaza
  • SM Megamall
  • Forums Robinsons
  • SM Light Mall
  • The Podium


The heart of Metro Manila comprises of main thoroughfares such as Shaw Boulevard, EDSA, and Ortigas Avenue that are linking the cities and municipalities and minor roads such as Bonifacio Avenue and Martinez Street which provide alternative routes. It comprises nine (9) bridges as well as providing access from San Juan.

Being accessible to main thoroughfares, Mandaluyong is accessible to different modes of transportation such as tricycles, jeepneys, buses, and metro rail transit.

  • Metro Rail Transit (MRT) - three (3) stations traversing the city namely: Ortigas, Shaw Boulevard, and Boni Station
  • Pasig River Ferry Service – one of the stations is being hosted by Barangay Hulo. The only water-based mode of transportation in the metro as of the moment which route starts from Pinagbuhatan, Pasig going to Intramuros in Manila.

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