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Balsa sa Niugan
Started in July 1998, Balsa sa Niugan is owned by Mr. Santy Geronimo, a native from Niugan, balsa has 350 seating capacity, a native inspired place with 43 workers. It has a total land area of 5,000 sq. meters, in both land and water. Located at the heart of Malabon, Balsa was originally a fishpond converted into a floating restaurant and a fishing garden. Its natural landscape, fishing and open dining facilities make it a pleasurable place for guests to dine.

Dr. Jose P. Rizal Monument
E. Rodriguez Plaza, Barangay San Agustin

Epifanio Cristobal Delos Santos Monument
Epifanio Delos Santos Elementary School, Bgy. Tugatog
Generally regarded as the foremost scholar, Epifanio de los Santos, a Malabon native, reaffirms what the Filipino can accomplish with his native genius & ability coupled with proper background & incentive. With the possible exception of Rizal, Epifanio de los Santos went one step further than most of the brilliant minds who preceded him because of his versatility.

Gregorio Gozon Sanciangco's Historical Marker
Sanciangco St. Bgy. Tonsuya
A native of Tonsuya, Malabon, Gregorio Gozon Sanciangco is the son of Eladio Sanciangco and Regina Gozon. He started schooling at an early age until he finished his Bachelors degree from Colegio de San Juan de Letran and his course in Law at the University of Santo Tomas. In 1878, Gregorio Sanciangco left for Spain to enroll in the Universidad Central de Madrid where he was conferred the title of Doctor of Laws and a Licensure in Administrative Law.

He wrote "EL PROGRESO DE FILIPINAS" a book on economic and political studies of the Philippines. It advocated reforms in the political, administrative, agrarian, revenues, property, natural resources and urban development, taxation and proposed legislation for the implementation of such reforms. Because of this book, he was given tribute by Dr. Jose P. Rizal in the introduction of his work Sobre La Indolencia delos Filipinos.

Upon his return to the Philippines, Gregorio Sanciangco was cautioned by Don Ambrocio Reanzares Bautista not to have returned because at that time Filipino returning from Europe were suspected by the government to have a hand in the 1872 Cavite Mutiny. Filipino priests like Burgos, Gomez and Zamora have executed through the "garrote" for the same reason.
At Don Ambrocio Bautista's advice, Sanciangco proceeded to Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija and attended to his farming business. He became the Cabanatuan Justice of Peace but was forced by the parish priest to become a fugitive. Meanwhile the Spanish authorities continued their pursuit of Sanciangco. He was later arrested and brought to Manila where he was accused as one of the accomplices in the Cavite Mutiny. However, for lack of evidence, he was released.

Sanciangco returned to his life as a farmer, prospered and acquired a steam sugar mill. He died on November 17, 1897 due to fever.

Angel C. Cacnio's Art Gallery
Depository of paintings and sculptures done by the noted members of the Sining Tambobong Foundation. Contemporary and Modern Malabon painters and sculptors are members of this Foundation. Their works are displayed in both national and international art exhibitions.

Residence of Luis Santos Jr.
Depository of revolutionary documents and Spanish artifacts. Malabon's contribution to the nation's history for independence are reflected from the display of various revolutionary materials used by the revolutionary soldiers of Malabon.

Tanong Fish Market
Visit Malabon and experience the traditional native fish trading called "BULUNGAN". Bulungan is a bidding practice that started during the Spanish era at the fishing market along the Malabon - Navotas River and is still being done up to this day at the Tanong Fish Market. This kind of fish trading culture is preserved and handed down from one generation to another. It is unique and distinctively Malabon because it does not follow the normal process of bidding. Instead, the spirit of bidding to know the highest bidder is not documented but rather done secretly through silent whispering of bidders' pricing. In essence, this practice is to sell fish to retailers in Metro Manila and other provinces. Fish traders come from the fish ports of Navotas and nearby provinces particularly Bulacan. Usual active time of Bulungan is from 9:00 PM to 1:00 AM.

Malabon as it is today is a thriving commercial - industrial urban city, rich in fish resources & productive fishing industry.

San Bartolome Church
It is a known fact that the history of the Philippines is relevant to the growth of Christianity. Without exemption, this was the experience of the historical path of San Bartolome Church. Tambobong, the original name of Malabon was founded as a visita of Tondo on May 21, 1599 and continued as such until 1611. The term visita refers to a town or barrio not erected yet as an independent town or parish.

In 1614, it was made as an independent parish and on the 17th of May 1614, Fr. Luis Gutierrez, OSA, became the first parish priest.

From 1614 up to 2003 a total of 101 priests served the church.

Chung-Gu Korea Friendship Park
This park is dedicated to give life and meaning to the city's desire to establish the real foundation for a lasting world peace through the furtherance of better understanding and friendly relations with our neighboring countries. It was constructed with the hope of further strengthening the friendship ties between the people of Malabon City, Philippines and the people of Chung-Gu District, Taejon City, Korea.

Malabon Zoo and Aquarium
Located at #1 Gov. W. Pascual, Bgy. Potrero Malabon. A well kept and unique conservatory of both endemic and exotic animals, including a large variety of unusual fishes stashed inside a one-hectare tropical rainforest environment. An amusing destination for the old and the young, it indulges its visitors with the distinct privilege to pet wild animals that normally avoid human contact. The zoo is likewise an accommodating classroom for nature lovers because it educates people on environmental preservation of forests and wildlife.

Famous Delicacies
Dolor's Kakanin
Ube kutchinta, biko, kalamay de mais, putong puti, pichi-pichi, sapin-sapin, turones de casoy, yema and pastilles are some of the famous delicacies of Dolor's Kakanin. For many years, they remained as the #1 maker of these foods due to their unique style & tastes.

Rufina Patis
Mrs. Rufina Lucas was making "bagoong" when she discovered the golden taste of the "juice" of the bagoong. She thought of selling it to her friends and neighbors until it became a big business and an industry. After 100 years, Rufina Patis is famous in the Asia-Pacific Region, the U.S., and in other places where there are Filipinos who are looking for the taste of patis or fish sauce.

Pancit Malabon
The real Pancit Malabon was made up of fat "bihon" or rice noodles and boiled in a meat or chicken broth. The preparation has toppings of cabbage and sprinkled with smoked fish. The three smart housewives and turned entrepreneur.: Impong Panyang, Aling Rosy and Aling Pluming started the preparation with their own respective styles and hence, contributed in making Malabon as the famous originator of this food.


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