Valenzuela Tourism

Valenzuela (/vɒlənzjuːˈɛlɑː/; Tagalog pronunciation: [ˌbɐlenswelɐ] or [ˌbɐlensuwelɐʔ]), officially the City of Valenzuela (Filipino: Lungsod ng Valenzuela) (ISO: PH-00; PSGC: 137504000) or simply Valenzuela City, is the 119th largest city in the Philippines and one of the 16 cities that comprised the National Capital Region, located about 14 km (7.9 miles) north of the country's capital city, Manila. Valenzuela is categorized by virtue of Republic Act Nos. 7160 and 8526 as a highly urbanized, first-class city based on income classification and number of population. A landlocked chartered city located on the island of Luzon, it is bordered by the province of Bulacan, Quezon City, Caloocan and Malabon. Valenzuela shares border and access to Tenejeros-Tullahan River with Malabon. With total area of 45.75 square kilometers and a population of 620,422 in August 2015, Valenzuela is the 13th most populous city in the Philippines. The city is composed of about 72% Tagalog people followed by 5% Bicolanos with a small percentage of foreign nationals. Valenzuela was named after Pío Valenzuela, a doctor and a member of the Katipunan. The town preceding Valenzuela that was originally called Polo was formed initially in 1621, and later formalized in 1623, due to religious separation movements in Meycauayan. The infamous Battle of Malinta of the Philippine–American War was fought in Polo in 1899. In 1960, President Carlos P. Garcia ordered the separation of Polo's southern barangays to form Valenzuela, which was immediately revoked in 1963. The modern-day Valenzuela with its borders was chartered in 1998. Owing to the cross migration of people across the country and its location as the northernmost point of Metro Manila, Valenzuela has developed into a multicultural metropolis. A former agricultural rural area, Valenzuela has grown into a major economic and industrial center of the Philippines when a large number of industries relocated to the central parts of the city.


Home to pretty treasures, is 's best kept secret. A vacation to can typically be of 1-2 days. Immerse in the spirit of the city and you'll not miss your home.

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