Amado T. Reyes Park

City Hall Complex

Named after a past mayor, provides a place where city folk can relax.

 

Bantayog ng Kabataan

Maysilo Circle

A monument to the youth of the city, and the significance of proper care and guidance to inspire them towards a better future.

 

Correctional Institute for Women

Welfareville Compound

The national rehabilitation center for adult female prisoners.

 

Dambana ng mga Alaala

City Hall Complex

In memory of the gallant sons and daughters of Mandaluyong, and the dignity of their struggle for liberation and freedom from oppression.

 

Don Bosco Technical College

General Kalentong Street

The national rehabilitation center for adult female prisoners.

 

Kaban ng Hiyas

City Hall Complex

The city cultural center, historical museum and convention hall.

 

Liwasang Katubusan or Liberation Plaza

General Kalentong Street

A memorial to the silent heroes of Mandaluyong who fought to attain liberation from the Japanese occupation during World War II.

 

National Center for Mental Health

9 de Febrero Street, Bgy. Mauway

The national rehabilitation center for psychologically incapacitated individuals.

 

Plaza Tatlong Bayani

Barangay Hagdang Bato Itaas

A tribute to three of the heroes of the Philippine Revolution of 1896: Laureano Gonzales and Vicente Leyva or General Kalentong, both from Mandaluyong, and Andres Bonifacio, founder of the secret revolutionary society, the Katipunan.

 

Rizal Monument

City Hall Complex

A monument to the national hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal, who through his writings, imbibed in the Pilipino the spirit of nationalism.

 

San FelipeNeri Church

Rev. G. Aglipay corner Boni Avenue

Like other Catholic churches in the Philippines, it was run by hostile Spanish friars. For sometime, it was the site of bloody encounters between Filipino revolutionaries and Spanish soldiers.