|Location||Zip Code||Area Code|
|Better Living Subdivision||1711||2|
|Bf Homes 1||1720||2|
|Bf Homes 2||1718||2|
|Executive Heights Subd.||1710||2|
|Ireneville Subdivision I & Ii||1719||2|
|Manila Memorial Park||1717||2|
|Marina Subd. (Reclamation)||1703||2|
|Maywood Village Ii||1716||2|
|Ninoy Aquino Int’l. Airport||1705||2|
|San Antonio Valley 11 & 12||1707||2|
|San Antonio Valley I||1715||2|
|South Admiral Village||1709||2|
About Parañaque City
Home of the PAGCOR Entertainment City, Parañaque’s lands are adorned with four spectacular resorts: Solaire Resort & Casino, Okada Manila, City of Dreams Manila, and the developing multi-billion-dollar leisure township, Westside City Resorts World. With shopping malls such as SM City Sucat, SM City Bicutan, SM CITY BF Parañaque, Ayala Malls Manila Bay, Duty-Free Fiesta Mall, and many others, Parañaque’s economy is on a steady rise.
Before the Spaniards set foot in the Philippines, many Chinese, Japanese, Malays, and Indonesians traded with the early Filipinos. In the Spanish Period, it was founded by the order of Saint Augustine. In 1574, the “Red Sea Incident” happened when Chinese Pirates attempted to invade the land, and the people of barrio Santa Monica sacrificed their blood to keep the community safe.
Alma Moreno, Dolphy, Joey Marquez, Sue Ramirez, Dimples Romana, and Michael Martinez, Olympics Figure Skater have lived in Parañaque City.
Official website: paranaquecity.gov.ph