This little city is practically sandwiched between the cities of Mandaluyong, Manila and Quezon City. with just 6 square kilometers (2.3 sq mi) of land area and a population of about 120,000, San Juan is densely populated, but is just a piece of Metro Manila's vastness.
Most tourists visit San Juan to shop at the tiangges of Greenhills Shopping Center, eat local at the Little Baguio district, or join locals at the Feast of St. John the Baptist, with water fights reminding of Songkran in Thailand.
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- Battle of Pinaglabanan Shrine.
- 1 Filoil-Flying V Centre (San Juan Arena), Santolan Road (Get down a bus or jeepney near Fountain International School). Constructed in 2006 as a major sports venue, this serves as the main venue for Premier Volleyball League (PVL, formerly Shakey's V-League) and UAAP games. This is also used as an alternate venue for PBA games
- Greenhills Shopping Center
- 1 Orange Place Hotel, Santolan Road, Little Baguio, ☏ . From ₱1470.