Located in the northern part of Metro Manila, Valenzuela City is bounded on the north
by the city of Meycauayan in Bulacan province, on the east by north Caloocan and
Quezon City, on the south by South Caloocan and on the west by Malabon City.
It has a total land area of 47 square kilometers, almost double the size of Manila. It is composed of 32 barangays.
Formerly called Polo, it used to be a town of Bulacan Province before it was made a part of Metro Manila.
In terms of population, it is the 7th largest in Metro Manila in 2007 and the 11th in the country. One of the industrial hubs of
the National Capital Region, its factories turn out processed foods and food ingredients and metal products.
The city is gateway to Central and Northern Luzon. The North Luzon Expressway and Macarthur Highway traverse the
city from south to north.
Valenzuel needs medium to high rise residential condomiums, office buildngs, mass housing projects, and tourist facilities.
Investors can put up technology related businesses such as business process outsourcing, graphic design, and software development. Schools, training
centers and medical facilities are recommended ventures.
Places of Interest / Tourist Attractions in Valenzuela City
- San Diego de Alcala Church Ruins - built in 1632
- San Roque Church - built in 1763
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