Sort by
Active filters
1BR Semi Japnese near VENICE GRAND CANAL - Pasig Vacation Rentals

-29%

Special Discount
Special Discount

1BR Semi Japnese near VENICE GRAND CANAL

Entire Home Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

13 reviews (13)

32 USD

23

per night

Stunning 1BR Condo @ Ridgewood (Tower 1) - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Stunning 1BR Condo @ Ridgewood (Tower 1)

Entire Home Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

4 reviews (4)

USD

30

per night

1-BR Condo @ Ridgewood Towers (Tower 3) - Pasig Vacation Rentals

1-BR Condo @ Ridgewood Towers (Tower 3)

Entire Home Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

7 reviews (7)

USD

30

per night

Central & Airy, 2-BR with Balcony, WiFi - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Central & Airy, 2-BR with Balcony, WiFi

Entire Home Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

3 reviews (3)

USD

51

per night

Comfy and Relaxing 1 Bedroom Condo - Pasig Vacation Rentals

-15%

Last Minute Deal
Last Minute Deal

Comfy and Relaxing 1 Bedroom Condo

Entire Home Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

6 reviews (6)

40 USD

34

per night

1BR.RIDGEWOOD TOWERS -NEAR SM AURA & BGC - Pasig Vacation Rentals

-20%

Last Minute Deal
Last Minute Deal

1BR.RIDGEWOOD TOWERS -NEAR SM AURA & BGC

Entire Home Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

35 USD

28

per night

Philstay Cosy & Comfort Studio Room 1105 - Pasig Vacation Rentals

-15%

Last Minute Deal
Last Minute Deal

Philstay Cosy & Comfort Studio Room 1105

Entire Home Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

40 USD

34

per night

Studio Deluxe Unit in Tallest Twin Tower - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Studio Deluxe Unit in Tallest Twin Tower

Entire Home Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

USD

55

per night

Deluxe Studio RM in Ortigas BSA w/ Bfast - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Deluxe Studio RM in Ortigas BSA w/ Bfast

Entire Home Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

USD

59

per night

42sqm Lux 1-BR Suite nr SM Mall & Podium - Pasig Vacation Rentals

42sqm Lux 1-BR Suite nr SM Mall & Podium

Entire Home Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

USD

75

per night

Philstay Cosy &Comfort Studio Room  1815 - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Philstay Cosy &Comfort Studio Room 1815

Entire Home Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

USD

35

per night

Philstay Cosy & Comfort Studio Room 1411 - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Philstay Cosy & Comfort Studio Room 1411

Entire Home Ortigas Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

USD

39

per night

Philstay Cosy & Comfort Studio Room 2602 - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Philstay Cosy & Comfort Studio Room 2602

Entire Home Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

USD

35

per night

Family Condo Fully Furnished: Sleeps 4 - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Family Condo Fully Furnished: Sleeps 4

Entire Home Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

6 reviews (6)

USD

45

per night

Philstay Cosy & Comfort Studio Room 1112 - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Philstay Cosy & Comfort Studio Room 1112

Entire Home Ortigas Pasig, Manila, Philippines

USD

40

per night

Studio Unit in Q.C Eastwood City w/ WiFi - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Studio Unit in Q.C Eastwood City w/ WiFi

Entire Home Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

USD

57

per night

SECURED APT beside Ayala Malls The 30th - Pasig Vacation Rentals

SECURED APT beside Ayala Malls The 30th

Entire Home Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

1 review (1)

USD

50

per night

Luxurious Studio with Terrific City View - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Luxurious Studio with Terrific City View

Entire Home Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

2 reviews (2)

USD

29

per night

Stay Amare St.Francis Shangri-la Ortigas - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Stay Amare St.Francis Shangri-la Ortigas

Entire Home Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

1 review (1)

USD

65

per night

Luxurious 1br across SM Megamall - Pasig Vacation Rentals

Luxurious 1br across SM Megamall

Entire Home Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

1 review (1)

USD

50

per night

1 - 20 of 200+ Listings

Pasig

Pasig

Pasig City, once a rural residential area, was declared the “Selfiest City in the World” by TIME Magazine in 2014. The city is one of the most urbanized areas in Philippines, which is one of the oldest municipalities in the country, dating its formation back to the 16th century. Legend says that, the origin of the city’s name “Pasig” comes from a Sanskrit word which means, a river flowing from one body to another. 85% of the land is attributed to residential, commercial, industrial and institutional use, while 15% of land is covered by agriculture. In addition to the commercial importance, tourism has contributed largely to Pasig’s income.

How to Reach Pasig City
Philippines is an archipelago, or a group of islands, hence air travel is the easiest option of reaching Pasig City for international tourists. Once in the country, you can drive around or get a taxi to reach your destination.
Airport - Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila is the closest international airport to Pasig City and it is less than 15 kms away. The airport is a crowded one, and was once featured among the worst airports. However, things are changing and international passengers have found the airport to be better in recent years.

Main Attractions
The city is a growing commercial centre, but has its own share of landmarks and historical attractions.
- Immaculate Conception Cathedral: Better known as Pasig Cathedral, this Roman Catholic Church has been in existence since the municipality was created in 16th century. The stone church was badly hit by the 1968 earthquake, and the current structure was rebuild then. The church was converted into cathedral in 2003 and is the major religious landmark of the city.
- Pasig City Museum: The building formerly known as Concepcion Mansion, built in 1937, was the headquarters of the Japanese. It was converted to Pasig Museum in 1980, to showcase the rich history of the city. It is located adjacent to Plaza Rizal.
- Tiendesitas: This place sells all kinds of Filipino commodities ranging from bags to footwear to furniture and the like. Pet lovers would love this place as it lets owners to roam in the mall with pets.
- Bahay Na Tisa: This is the ancestral home of Tech family and is not open to public yet. It has been venue to many landmark meetings during Martial Law.
- Mutya ng Pasig Public Market: The three storied building houses the largest public market in Philippines, housing 2000 plus fixed stall and 2000 plus stalls used during weekends in the flea market
- Tektite Towers: The 34-storied twin tower houses Philippino Stock Exchange and offers remarkable view of the city.
- Cuartel del Guardia Civil: Also known as Guanio Residence, this prison has a monumental place in Philippine history.
- Rainforest: An excellent option to go for picnics and kite flying.
- Dona Geronima’s Cave: A legendary cave situated in the banks of Pasig River.
There are a number of malls, night clubs, casinos etc. across the city to quench your shopping and entertainment ambitions.

Places to Stay
The Ortigas Centre area has a number of options to choose your stay from as low as $30 to high end five-star business hotels. If you want to be in the thick of the city, you might want to pick a place from this locality. Dance clubs, bars and nightlife are in your vicinity, if you choose to stay in this area.
Makati City is another area where you can choose from a number of places, in case you want to stay away from the busy Ortigas Centre. It has good connectivity with Pasig City.
If being near the airport is your city and want to be at the best of hotels in the country, you may choose Manila which is just half an hour away from Pasig City.
It is also fairly easy to book an apartment or homestay in Pasig City. Such a stay adds to the local flavour in your trip and fits into the budget as well.

Eateries in Pasig City
Ortigas Centre offers all kinds of food and it is up to you to choose from the traditional Filipino restaurants, fine dining or buffet offerings.
- Café 1771, Cable Car, Where’s Marcel, Moonshine P.U.B, Buddy’s etc are a few worthy Filipino eateries for casual dining.
- Lung Hin - Marco Polo Hotel, Atelier Vivanda, Mamou, La Cabrera, Lartizan etc. can be chosen from for fine dining experiences.
- Richmond Café, Cucina – Marco Polo Hotel, Café Millenia etc gives you a chance for all-you-can-eat buffet meals.
- Isla Una, Sky High Bar, Barcino, Central BBQ Boy Grill etc are some of the notable pubs and bars in the area.
- Alfredo’s Steaks, Meat Depot, Blake’s Wings & Steaks, CRU Steakhouse, Stockton Place etc. may be chosen if steak is in the mind.

Getting Places
Jeepeny - The most popular travel mode in Pasig City. These are shared jeeps/Taxis which are available in plenty across the city. You can get a ride from Shaw Boulevard in Mandaluyong City and take you across the city.
Metro Rails & Buses - Metro Rail Transit has a station in Ortigas and connects other areas of the city. Buses can be boarded near Robinson’s Galleria to commute across the city.
Tricycles & Pedicabs - Available to travel in smaller residential areas.
Taxis - Taxis are available to travel across the city, but can be more expensive than the shared taxis.
River Ferries - There are river services available in the area through Pasig River connecting Metro Manila and other islands.