Manila is located on the eastern shores
of Manila bay, which rests on the western
shores of Luzon. The city lies 800 miles (1,300
kilometers) from mainland Asia.[45] The Pasig
Almost all of the city sits on top of

River bisects




prehistoric alluvial deposits built by the waters of the Pasig and on some land reclaimed
from Manila Bay.
Manila is politically divided into 897 barangays, the smallest unit of local government in the
Philippines. Each barangay has its own chairperson and councilors. For administrative
convenience, all the barangays in Manila are grouped into 100 zones. These zones have no form of
local government. The city itself is composed of 16 former towns and municipalities absorbed by
the city in the 19th century. These places are further grouped into six Legislative Districts.

 Manila Zoo . José Rizal. retailing. Tourism  Intramuros . as well as traditional media. accountancy. . real estate.a premier museum of modern and contemporary visual arts. insurance.a Spanish citadel located at the mouth of the Pasig River near Intramuros.home of the National Art Gallery. Fort Santiago.  Museum of the Filipino People .Anthropology and Archaeology museum.  Malate . such as San Agustin Church. legal services.  Binondo . located at the center of Rizal Park (Luneta). this district is home to major government buildings and many hotels. theater. and Seng Guan Buddhist temple. Its main attractions are Binondo Church.a 19th-century ecclesiastical building in Intramuros and seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila. and theManila Cathedral.a historic fortified complex that is home to the city's oldest structures.  National Museum of the Philippines .  Manila Cathedral .  San Agustin Church .RESOURCES The city is a major center for banking and finance. and the arts in the Philippines. tourism.the tourism center of Manila famous for Baywalk and the Remedios nightlife district. advertising.  Fort Santiago .the oldest zoo and botanical garden in the Philippines. fashion.Memorial to the Philippine national hero.located outside the walls of Intramuros near Luneta.  Metropolitan Museum of Manila .an old district of Manila that is home to Manila Chinatown established since 1521. transportation. Filipino-Chinese Friendship Arch.  Ermita .  Rizal Monument .a World Heritage Site in Intramuros and the Philippines' oldest church.

an oceanarium with a marine-themed mall and hotel. Quiapo Harrison Plaza  Manila Malate Isetann Carriedo  Manila.  Plaza Miranda .the only all-steel Gothic basilica in Asia. Paco Park . They are also the largest malls in Metro Manila which feature not just stores but also attractions: movie theaters. These shopping centers are located mostly in suburban residential areas of the metropolis and typically cater to the basic shopping needs of area residents. Ermita. but also local and foreign tourists.the main public square of Quiapo district. Shopping centers Major Shopping Mall These super-regional supermalls each have over a hundred local and international stores and are anchored by at least one department store and supermarket or hypermarket.the oldest university in Asia.a recreational garden that was once a Spanish cemetery located in Paco district. skating rinks. rides. corner Adriatico Street. Unesco bestowed it as Honourable Mention.  Malacañan Palace .  Far Eastern University .  Ever Gotesco Manila Plaza  Manila.  Manila Ocean Park . bowling alleys and other recreational facilities. Each provides thousands of automobile parking spaces and are located mostly near Train stations and established business districts within the metropolis. Manila Community Malls Community or regional shopping centers in Metro Manila are built around one department store or supermarket and are enclosed. Quiapo Isetann Whilesale Store .  University of Santo Tomas . Santa Cruz Isetann Cinerama Recto  Manila.the official residence of the President of the Philippines.a university with well-preserved and largest ensemble of ArtDeco Style Buildings. These malls serve not only the Metro Manila and Greater Manila Area residents.  San Sebastian Church .  Robinsons Place Manila Pedro Gil St.

 Manila Ocean Park Mall Manila. Santa Mesa Robinsons Otis  Manila. Santa Mesa Tutuban Center (Centermall Buiding)  Manila. Tondo University Mall Manila. Santa Cruz SM City Santa Mesa  Manila. Many of these boutique mallsare open-air and are popular dining and entertainment venues for Manila's elite. Paco SM City Manila  Manila. Malate Lifestyle Mall Lifestyle centers in Metro Manila are located in upscale business districts and affluent areas like Makati. and Bonifacio Global City.  Lucy Chinatown Manila. These casual dining and retail centers have become popular hangouts among young professionals in Manila. Ermita Bargain Malls and Open-Air Shopping Plazas Bargain malls in Manila are popular among locals and tourists alike. Ortigas Center. Binondo Strip Mall Strip malls consist mainly of food outlets and several stores and businesses sharing one parking lot. These independent .  Shoppes @ Victoria Victoria de Manila  Manila Times Plaza Mall Times Plaza Manila. Manila. Rizal Park Retail Podium These retail centers are located within major office and residential buildings in business districts and townships around Metro Manila containing several dozen stores in the buildings' central atrium or podium. Ermita SM City San Lazaro  Manila.

 11/88 Mall  Manila. They sell everything from ready-to-wear clothes. binondo Tutuban Center (Prime Block Building) Manila. Tondo . Binondo 168 Shopping Mall  Manila. electronic items to jewelries.retailers are mostly housed in enclosed malls which often spill into surrounding streets. Binondo 999 Shopping Mall  Manila.

Sison 3rd District Hon. Valeriano 3rd District Hon. Ortega Jr. Maceda Hon. Ocampo. Dela Cruz Hon. Nieto Hon. Marlon M. John Marvin C. Rodolfo N. Ernesto M. Asuncion G. Amado S. Antonio G. Dionisio Jr. Niño M. Hon.P. Joey S. Arlene L.POLITICAL STRUCTURE Joseph Marcelo Ejercito Estrada City Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso Vice Mayor District Reprecentive Hon. Capistrano Hon. Isip Hon. Buenaventura Hon. Bagatsing Hon. Bagatsing. Casimiro C. Erick Ian O. Lacson Hon. Jocelyn J. Alfonso-Juson MD Hon. Asilo. Angping. Reyes Hon. Science A. Lacsamana Hon. Ruben F. Atienza Hon. 1st District Hon. Benjamin DR. Bonoan. Robles Hon. Manuel M. Hon. 2nd District Hon. Cristina A. Isip Jr. Quintos Hon. Ang Hon. 5th District City Councilors 1st District Hon. Lim Hon. Edward V. Ernesto C. Roberto D. Bernardito C. 4th District Hon. Rivera Hon. Ramon M. Zarcal 4th District Hon. Raymundo R. Ma. Siscar 6th District Hon. Arnold I. Nieva Hon. Roberto R. Chua 5th District Hon. Carlo V. Dennis B. Irma C. Yupangco Hon. Asilo 2nd District Hon. Alcoriza Hon. Hizon III Hon. Theresa B. Josefina M. Chua Hon. Elizabeth Z. Hon. Rolando M. Don Juan A. Rosenda Ann 6th District . Zenaida B. Lopez. Hon. Joel R. Numero G. Fugoso Hon.

Par Hon. Leilani Marie H. Abante Hon. Lacuna .Hon. Uy Liga ng mga Barangay President Salvador H. Joel M. Lacuna Hon. Christian Paul L. Priscilla Marie T.

City Administrator Victoria S. Ericson A. Miranda General Management Support B Atty. (Department of Social Welfare) Officer-In-Charge Diego C. Ericson A. Pamela Budget Officer Rosario (Accountant’s Office) Officer in Charge Francisco (Genereal Service Office0 Officer in Charge Jesus T.traffic Enforcement) Chief Mario Z. Sagaysay Oblefias P. (Electronic Data Processing) Officer in Charge M/Gen. City Personnel Officer Victor E. Sheilah H. Alcovendaz City Administrator Ma. Rolando Asuncion (Manila Police District) District Director Maj. (Manila Tourism & Cultural Afairs Bureau) Ma. (Urban Settelment Office) Chief Victor E. (Citu Development Information Services) Officer-In-Charge Oscar M. Renato (City Security Office) Chief F. (Office of the Senior Citizen’s Affairs) Officer-In-Charge Alcovendaz Clavel Quintos City Lacuna Personnel Quintos Officer Pangan Cagahastian Ibay . (Manila Barangay Bureau) Officer-In-Charge PC/Supt. Manzano Planas Yengko Payad A. Olivia (MPD.General Management Support A Atty.