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The City Insider will provide a comprehensive look into key cities all over the Philippines an​d offer substantial information to guide property seekers in making informed purchasing decisions.


Cavite is the second-most densely populated province in the Philippines, with over three million people living in the region.

Quezon City

With a population of almost three million, Quezon City is the most populous city in the Philippines and the largest in Metro Manila both in land area and population.

Makati City

Makati City is one of the seventeen local government units in Metro Manila. It is known for its towering buildings and high-end shopping centers.

Parañaque City

Located in the southern part of Metro Manila, Parañaque City is bordered by the cities of Pasay and Taguig on the north, Las Pinas and Muntinlupa on the south, and Manila Bay on the west.

City of Manila

As the Philippines’ center for social, cultural, political, and economic activity, as well as the nation’s capital, the City of Manila is one of the busiest in the world. It also remains one of the most densely populated.

Bay Area

The Bay Area of Manila, also known as the Manila Bay Freeport Zone and Bay City, is growing into the next big thing in the metropolis, for both potential homeowners and businesses.

Las Piñas City

Las Piñas has come a long way from its humble origins. Starting out as a fishing village, it has blossomed into the Philippines’ top salt producer up until the 1970s.

Cebu City

Cebu is a province in Region VII, Central Visayas Region of the Philippines with a namesake city as its capital. The name of the province and city is derived from the word “Sibu” which means “trade,” as the island's history stems from being an important trading center.

City of San Fernando

The town of San Fernando in Pampanga was founded on August 16, 1754, as a breakaway from the towns of Mexico and Bacolor due to population increase.

City of Sta.Rosa

Santa Rosa City, the second-largest government unit in Laguna after Calamba, is a first-class city located west of Laguna de Bay. 

Baguio City

Situated in the northern region of the Philippines, Baguio City is one of the popular cities in the province of Benguet. The city occupies around 57 square kilometers of land, surrounded by different municipalities – La Trinidad, Itogon, and Tuba. 

Iloilo City

Iloilo City is the capital city of Iloilo province, located at the southernmost tip of Panay Island. It is currently populated by roughly 9,500,000 inhabitants. 

Tagaytay City

Spanning over 65 square kilometers, Tagaytay City occupies about four percent of the total land area of Cavite. It’s one of the most popular tourist destinations, especially among dwellers in the National Capital Region because of its proximity.

Bacolod City

Bacolod, nicknamed The City of Smiles is a friendly city filled with smiling faces in Western Visayas. It is the capital of the province of Negros Occidental and is the second most populous city in the Visayas after Cebu City.

Taguig City

Taguig City’s emblem and pride nestle at Bonifacio Global City which is one of the leading commercial, financial, and lifestyle hubs across the country.

Lucena City

Lucena is the capital city of Quezon province in the Calabarzon region. The bustling metropolis is also known as the “Cocopalm City of the South” and the “Entertainment Capital of Southern Luzon,” among several other monikers.

Isabela City

Welcome to the culture-rich, progressive city of Isabela! Home to the peace-loving and artful Yakans and other ethnic groups like Tausug, Chavacano, and Badjao, Isabela is where diversity flourishes.

Lapu-lapu City

Lapu-Lapu is a highly-urbanized city in Central Visayas. It takes up most of Mactan Island, with its total land area of 58.10 square kilometers. This city is one of the top tourist destinations in the region, as it’s home to white-sand beaches and breathtaking island views

Valenzuela  City

The beauty of Valenzuela lies in its versatility. It is a place where urban and rural, new and old, weave together, forming a beautiful tapestry of what Valenzuela is today.

Mandaluyong City

Lying in the middle of the Golden Triangle, which consists of Makati, Manila, and Quezon City, this once sleepy town has progressed with multiple industrial and residential areas throughout the years.

San Francisco City

Forming part of the towns in Camotes Islands, San Francisco is located east of the main island of Cebu province. A thriving coastal community, it hosts Pacijan Island and the tiny Tulang islet.

Camarines Sur

Home to pristine waters and environmental wonders, it's no surprise that Camarines Sur has been named the Sports and Adventure Capital of the Philippines. A playground for adrenaline-pumping activities, enjoying magnificent views, and getting lost in exotic nature, CamSur offers something special for every kind of traveler


Leyte is a must-visit when in the Philippines. A tour in Leyte must include a trip to the Leyte Landing Memorial Park, the site where General Douglas MacArthur landed and fulfilled his iconic quote "I shall return". Leyte is home to the stunning Kalanggaman Island that boasts of white powdery sand and crystal clear waters.


The paradisal province of Palawan is a constant feature in many international “Best In The World” lists, thanks to its rich and diverse flora and fauna, and much-preserved natural attractions. 


Pampanga, most prominently known as The Culinary Capital of the Philippines, can outright satisfy your cravings for some of the best-tasting Filipino dishes. But there’s more to discover in this province, particularly from its thriving industries, improved facilities, and tourist destinations.


Fresh air. Beautiful views. Top-notch resorts. These are words that come to mind when one thinks about Laguna. The province definitely delivers. It’s a popular destination for international and domestic tourists. It’s also seeing steady population growth, with more people moving to Laguna to get away from the hustle and bustle of the country’s capital.


Situated in the southwestern part of Luzon, the first-class province of Batangas is bordered by the provinces of Cavite and Laguna to the north and Quezon to the east. It’s one of the top tourist destinations near Metro Manila, home to breathtaking beaches and nature hotspots, such as the Taal Volcano.