Pasig River

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The Pasig River ( and Río Pásig) is a river in the Philippines that connects Laguna de Bay to Manila Bay.wikipedia
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Manila

Manila, PhilippinesCity of ManilaMaynila
Stretching for 25 km, it bisects the Philippine capital of Manila and its surrounding urban area into northern and southern halves. From there, the Pasig forms flows through Pasig until its confluence with the Taguig River, From here, it forms the border between Mandaluyong to the north and Makati to the south.. The river then sharply turns northeast, where it has become the border between Mandaluyong and Manila before turning again westward, joining its other major tributary, the San Juan River, and then following a sinuous path through the center of Manila before emptying into the bay.
The Pasig River flows through the middle of the city, dividing it into the north and south sections.

Marikina River

Mariquina RiverMarikinaMarikina River Basin
Its major tributaries are the Marikina River and San Juan River.
It is a tributary of Pasig River with headwaters located in the Sierra Madre Mountains in Rodriguez, Rizal province.

Laguna de Bay

Laguna LakeLaguna de BaýLake of Ba-i
The Pasig River ( and Río Pásig) is a river in the Philippines that connects Laguna de Bay to Manila Bay. The Pasig River winds generally north-westward for some 25 km from the Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines, to Manila Bay, in the southern part of the island of Luzon.
Its water drains to Manila Bay via the Pasig River.

San Juan River (Metro Manila)

San Juan RiverSan Jose River
Its major tributaries are the Marikina River and San Juan River. From there, the Pasig forms flows through Pasig until its confluence with the Taguig River, From here, it forms the border between Mandaluyong to the north and Makati to the south.. The river then sharply turns northeast, where it has become the border between Mandaluyong and Manila before turning again westward, joining its other major tributary, the San Juan River, and then following a sinuous path through the center of Manila before emptying into the bay.
The San Juan River is one of the main river systems in Metro Manila, Philippines, and is a major tributary of the Pasig River.

Metro Manila

National Capital RegionManilaMetropolitan Manila
Stretching for 25 km, it bisects the Philippine capital of Manila and its surrounding urban area into northern and southern halves.
The region lies along the flat alluvial lands extending from the mouth of the Pasig River in the west to the higher rugged lands of Marikina Valley in the east.

Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission

PRRC
The Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC), which was established to oversee rehabilitation efforts for the river, is supported by private sector organisations such as the Clean and Green Foundation, Inc. that introduced the Piso para sa Pasig (Filipino: "A peso for Pasig") campaign in the 1990s.
The Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission was a state commission in charge of the rehabilitation of the Pasig River.

Manila Bay

ManilabayBay of Manila
The Pasig River ( and Río Pásig) is a river in the Philippines that connects Laguna de Bay to Manila Bay. The Pasig River winds generally north-westward for some 25 km from the Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines, to Manila Bay, in the southern part of the island of Luzon.
Interaction between Manila Bay and Laguna de Bay today occurs only through the Pasig River.

Pasig

Pasig CityPasig Sports CenterPasig City, Philippines
From the lake, the river runs between Taguig and Taytay, Rizal, before entering Pasig. From there, the Pasig forms flows through Pasig until its confluence with the Taguig River, From here, it forms the border between Mandaluyong to the north and Makati to the south.. The river then sharply turns northeast, where it has become the border between Mandaluyong and Manila before turning again westward, joining its other major tributary, the San Juan River, and then following a sinuous path through the center of Manila before emptying into the bay.
The city shares its name with the Pasig River which runs through it and forms its southwestern and southeastern borders with Makati and Taguig respectively, while the Marikina River forms its western border with Quezon City.

Taguig

Taguig CityTaguig, Metro ManilaTagig
From the lake, the river runs between Taguig and Taytay, Rizal, before entering Pasig.
The Taguig River, a tributary of the Pasig River, cuts through the northern half of the city while the Napindan River, another tributary of the Pasig, forms the common border of Taguig with Pasig.

Taytay, Rizal

TaytaySan Juan CityTaytay, Rizal, Calabarzon, Philippines
From the lake, the river runs between Taguig and Taytay, Rizal, before entering Pasig.
From Laguna de Bay, Pasig River runs between Taguig, and Taytay, Rizal, before entering Pasig.

Philippines

FilipinoPhilippinePhilippine Islands
The Pasig River ( and Río Pásig) is a river in the Philippines that connects Laguna de Bay to Manila Bay.
Manila Bay, upon the shore of which the capital city of Manila lies, is connected to Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines, by the Pasig River.

Isla de Convalecencia

Isla de Convalecencia, the only island dividing the Pasig River, can be found in Manila and it is where the Hospicio de San Jose is located.
Isla de la Convalecencia, commonly known as simply Isla de Convalecencia (also spelled Isla de Convalescencia and sometimes erroneously called Isla de Convalencia), is a small narrow river island in the Pasig River in Manila, the Philippines.

Quezon City

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The San Juan River drains the plateau on which Quezon City stands; its major tributary is Diliman Creek.
The southern portion is drained by the narrow San Juan River and its tributaries to Pasig River, while running in the northern portions of the city is the equally-narrow Tullahan River.

Santa Monica–Lawton Bridge

Sta. Monica-Lawton BridgeSta. Monica–Lawton Bridge
Currently under construction is the Sta. Monica–Lawton Bridge, which will connect Lawton Avenue in Makati to Sta.
The Santa Monica–Lawton Bridge, also known as the Bonifacio Global City–Ortigas Link Bridge, is four-lane, two-way bridge currently under construction across the Pasig River in the National Capital Region of the Philippines.

Makati

Makati CityMakati, PhilippinesMakati City, Philippines
From there, the Pasig forms flows through Pasig until its confluence with the Taguig River, From here, it forms the border between Mandaluyong to the north and Makati to the south.. The river then sharply turns northeast, where it has become the border between Mandaluyong and Manila before turning again westward, joining its other major tributary, the San Juan River, and then following a sinuous path through the center of Manila before emptying into the bay. The Estrella–Pantaleon and Makati-Mandaluyong Bridges likewise connect the two cities downstream, with the latter forming the end of Makati Avenue.
Tradition holds that a Tagalog at a swamp on the south of the Pasig River was asked by a visitor, who was Miguel López de Legazpi, for the name of the place.

Taguig River

From there, the Pasig forms flows through Pasig until its confluence with the Taguig River, From here, it forms the border between Mandaluyong to the north and Makati to the south.. The river then sharply turns northeast, where it has become the border between Mandaluyong and Manila before turning again westward, joining its other major tributary, the San Juan River, and then following a sinuous path through the center of Manila before emptying into the bay.
The Taguig River, (Ilog ng Taguig), is a river in the Philippines, a tributary of the Pasig River.

Estrella–Pantaleon Bridge

Estrella–Pantaleon
The Estrella–Pantaleon and Makati-Mandaluyong Bridges likewise connect the two cities downstream, with the latter forming the end of Makati Avenue.
The Estrella–Pantaleon Bridge, also known as the Rockwell Bridge, is a two-lane box truss bridge crossing the Pasig River in Metro Manila, the Philippines.

Santa Ana, Manila

Santa AnaSta. AnaSanta Ana de Sapa
The easternmost crossing in the City of Manila is Lambingan Bridge in the district of Santa Ana, followed by the Padre Zamora (Pandacan) Bridge connecting Pandacan and Santa Mesa districts, and carries the southern line of the Philippine National Railways.
Geographically, Santa Ana is located at the southeast banks of the Manila-part of the Pasig River, bounded on the north by San Juan River, facing Santa Mesa, northeast by Mandaluyong, Makati to the east and southeast, Paco and Pandacan districts to the west, and San Andres district to the southwest.

Santa Mesa

Santa Mesa, ManilaSta. MesaSta. Mesa, Manila
The easternmost crossing in the City of Manila is Lambingan Bridge in the district of Santa Ana, followed by the Padre Zamora (Pandacan) Bridge connecting Pandacan and Santa Mesa districts, and carries the southern line of the Philippine National Railways.
It is surrounded by Pasig River on the southwestern side, and by the San Juan River on its southern and eastern side.

Guadalupe station (Line 3)

Guadalupe StationGuadalupeGuadalupe MRT station
The Guadalupe Bridge between Makati and Mandaluyong carries Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, the major artery of Metro Manila, as well as the Manile Line 3 from Guadalupe station to Boni station.
It is the last station of the line south of the Pasig River.

Pandacan

Pandacan, ManilaPandakanPandacan oil depot
The easternmost crossing in the City of Manila is Lambingan Bridge in the district of Santa Ana, followed by the Padre Zamora (Pandacan) Bridge connecting Pandacan and Santa Mesa districts, and carries the southern line of the Philippine National Railways.
The district is bounded to the north and northeast by the Pasig River, the Estero de Pandacan to the west and south and the district of Santa Ana to the southeast.

Mabini Bridge

Nagtahan Bridge
The Mabini Bridge (formerly Nagtahan Bridge) provides a crossing for Nagtahan Avenue, part of C-2 Road.
It initially served as a pontoon bridge crossing the Pasig River, connecting the Santa Mesa and Paco.

Hospicio de San Jose

Hospicio de San JoséHospício de San José
Isla de Convalecencia, the only island dividing the Pasig River, can be found in Manila and it is where the Hospicio de San Jose is located.
Hospicio de San José is located on Isla de Convalecencia (Spanish, "Island of convalescence"), an eyot in the middle of the Pasig River, and can only be accessed via Ayala Bridge.

Mandaluyong

Mandaluyong CitySan Felipe NeriMandaluyong, Metro Manila
From there, the Pasig forms flows through Pasig until its confluence with the Taguig River, From here, it forms the border between Mandaluyong to the north and Makati to the south.. The river then sharply turns northeast, where it has become the border between Mandaluyong and Manila before turning again westward, joining its other major tributary, the San Juan River, and then following a sinuous path through the center of Manila before emptying into the bay. The Estrella–Pantaleon and Makati-Mandaluyong Bridges likewise connect the two cities downstream, with the latter forming the end of Makati Avenue.
Industrial activities are mostly concentrated within the Shaw Boulevard-Pioneer area and along the Pasig River.

Luzon

Luzon IslandNorthern LuzonLuzon, Philippines
The Pasig River winds generally north-westward for some 25 km from the Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines, to Manila Bay, in the southern part of the island of Luzon.
The 949 km2 lake is drained into Manila Bay by the Pasig River, one of the most important rivers in the country due to its historical significance and because it runs through the center of Metro Manila.