In Persquare we are aware of the places that, nowadays, are the most desired. The locations which people are dreaming of when they have to decide where to live in. That’s the reason why we have chosen Kapitolyo as one of these places, and these are the explanaitions that will make you understand what are are talking about:
1. It is one of the safest places to live in Pasig City: Because it used to be the old capitol compound, this is the reason why it’s called “Kapitolyo”. Now a high-end residential area as well as a budding commercial district in Ortigas, Kapitolyo has policemen patrolling the area, as well as security guards from various business establishments in the area. There have been fewer reports of crimes this year too.
2. Rich history and culture of old Manila: Back when “Metro Manila” was not the capital of the Philippines, Kapitolyo was the seat of power of Pasig City, which was once the capital of the province of Rizal. Thus, you’ll notice a lot of historic buildings and houses there, which is pretty good for those who are into the nostalgia trip.
Today, Kapitolyo is a place where art comes alive in all shapes and sizes. You have the restaurants, the nifty little décor shops, and the local artists and food trippers who visit Kapitolyo for its vibrant and artistic atmosphere. So if you love modern art or good food and you want to remember the good old days of old Manila, then Kapitolyo is the perfect place for you.
THE CEVIO ART HAUS
Located in 60 San Isidro Street in Pasig City, the Cevio Art Haus was once a simple home that was redesigned to capture the emerging talent of young and modern Pinoy artists. You’ll find a lot of masterpieces there, including works from S16 Art Group of Angono and abstract painter Milmar Onal.
Just moved to a new house near Kapitolyo? Then you should definitely check out Heima at Brixton Street. It’s the perfect place to go to if you’re in need for some little home décor inspirations or if you want ideas for awesome little gifts that you can give for your friends.
Heima also has workshop schedules, so living near Kapitolyo should give you the advantage you need if you’re raring to go to one of these workshops.
ACE WATER SPA
With El Nino right around the corner, you need a good spot to cool off and have fun with your family and friends at the same time. Ace Water Spa is the first European Spa Concept in the Philippines, so if you want to bathe, relax and soothe your aching muscles after a hard day’s work, then you should visit this place often.
Located in Del Monte Avenue, Ace Water Spa is open from Monday to Sunday, 6 am until 11 in the evening. They offer many different activities every month and their rates are very flexible.
SILANTRO FIL-MEXICAN CANTINA
Kapitolyo is pretty popular among foodies because of the wide variety of restaurants that cater to different palates and flavors not just from the Philippines, but from all over the world. One proof of this is Silantro Fil-Mexican Cantina.
From the cozy vibe to the food’s distinct Mexican flavors, Silantro’s got all points covered! This is the perfect place for those who love their daily dose of Mexican food with a dash of Filipino culture.
One of the best things about Silantro is the simple vibe and look that it has for a restaurant. The atmosphere is that of a simple kitchen, but the food and service can be compared to fine dining. It’s one of those restaurants where you keep going back because of the homey atmosphere and the good food!
Located in 75 East Capitol Drive in Kapitolyo, this is the perfect place to hang out for those who live in Kapitolyo.
Excited to live in Kapitolyo? Then we got you covered.
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