|Location||Zip Code||Area Code|
|Phil. Natl. Mental Hospital||1553||2|
|Wack Wack Golf||1555||2|
About Mandaluyong City
Known for the Ortigas Center, headquarters of Banco de Oro and San Miguel Corporation and Shangri-La Plaza, Mandaluyong City is the 6th smallest city of the country. The city was first a barrio of Santa Ana de Sapa. During the 1896-1898 Revolution, The Parish of San Felipe Neri in Mandaluyong played an essential role for the Katipunan as a relay station. The place was also a territory of the Katipunan with 17 branches and important events such as the meetings of Andres Bonifacio. In 1896, “La Republika,” a revolutionary paper, made its beginning in Mandaluyong.
Expansive shopping complexes in Mandaluyong are The Podium, St. Francis Square, and SM Megamall. In memory of Mandaluyong’s brave people, Dambana ng mga Alaala stands to represent the struggles for freedom and liberty.
Showtime host and Love Me Tomorrow star Coleen Garcia, professional Basketball Player Troy Rosario and former chairman of Commission on Elections and MMDA Benjamin Abalos, have called Mandaluyong City their home.
Official website: mandaluyong.gov.ph