Dasmarinas is located approximately 27 kilometers southwest of Manila. It is
bounded on the north by Imus and Bacoor towns, on
the east by the town of Gen. M. Alvarez, on the south by Silang, while on the west by Gen. Trias municipality.
It is accessible via Aguinaldo Highway and also via South Luzon Expressway and turning right at Carmona Exit.
Topography is dominated by lowlands and hills that gently slope towards Silang town.
Dasmarinas City Hall
Dasmarinas is politically subdivided into 77 barangays.
The city is considered part of Metro Manila's built-up area. Hundreds of residential subdivisions are located here and is the home
of a sizable number of expatriates.
Dasmarinas is home to several industrial plants especially those located in its industrial estates. It is also home to the two big malls:
SM and Robinson's. The presence of branches of Manila-based universities makes it a famous educational center in the province.
Various small and large enterprises can very well thrive in Dasmarinas. Its large population which is as big as the population of any medium
size city in the Philippines makes it an attractive site for any business. Its proximity to Metro Manila as well as to many tourist attractions
of Cavite province can place the town in the map of investors for tourist-related ventures.
Places of Interest
- Dasmarinas Church
Dasmarinas Church known as Immaculate Concepcion Parish Church
Old section of Dasmarinas town proper
New section of Dasmarinas town proper along Aguinaldo Highway
A manicured Dasmarinas street
Dasmarinas is made more beautiful with this man-made waterfall.
A footbrodge in Dasmarinas
One of several resorts in town
Dasmarinas has several institutions of higher learning.
Another school in Dasmarinas
Being a big town, Dasmarinas is afflicted with heavy traffic.
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