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Las Piñas City: Salt Pans, Old Churches, and Modern Malls

Formerly known as the traffic conduit between the city of Manila and the province of Cavite, Las Piñas City has emerged as a population center in its own right. Over the past thirty years, it has changed from being a primarily agricultural and aquatic community to being a full-fledged city that hosts heavy industries, BPOs, and modern townships. Las Piñas City could be considered a model of sustainable transformation as it has successfully preserved its heritage while adapting to the future.

City of Love and Progress

Las Piñas City is accessible from different entry points: the Alabang-Zapote Road, the Coastal Road, Daang Hari Road, and Quirino Avenue. This gives Las Piñas City residents a lot of choices when it comes to residences and employment. These roads have also contributed much to the history of the Philippines. For example, the Battle of Zapote Bridge during the Philippine War for Independence was waged over the primary road that connected Manila to Cavite. Much of the Las Piñas Historical Corridor is also located along the highways, evidence of its past as southern Manila's top trading posts.

Much has changed in Las Piñas City through the centuries. One can see, for instance, modern high-rise condominiums overlooking the old town. The old salt ponds have also given way to residential subdivisions, and have been moved to the outskirts of the city. Despite this, Las Piñas City's residents have a healthy love for their hometown's cultural heritage while embracing its role in the country's economy.

Nowadays, the coastal trade centers have been replaced by large, shiny shopping malls. The largest mall in southern Metro Manila, SM Southmall, actually houses a large skating rink where the country's future Winter Olympians hone their skills. Others, such as Robinsons Place Las Piñas, are conveniently located near schools, hospitals, and condominiums.

Renting a Townhouse in Las Piñas City

In Las Piñas City, one can find a townhouse close to major thoroughfares and commercial centers. The Talon residential district, for example, is accessible via the Alabang-Zapote road and is a few minutes' drive from SM Southmall. For monthly rates ranging from P8,000 to P35,000, you and your family can settle down in a Las Piñas City townhouse and enjoy city living at its finest.

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