Plaza Tatlong Bayani
Bonifacio St. Bgy. Hagdang Bato Itaas
In memory of the three heroes of 1896 Revolution: Laureano Gonzales, Vicente Leyva or General Kalentong-native sons of Mandaluyong; and Andres Bonifacio, founder of the secret society Katipunan.
Liberation Marker / Liwasang Katubusan
General Kalentong St. in front of The Marketplace
A memorial constructed as a fitting tribute to the Mandaluyong heroes of World War II. It is the center of the annual Mandaluyong Day celebration every 9th of February.
Don Bosco Technical College formerly San Carlos Seminary
Gen. Kalentong St. in front of The Marketplace
Served as headquarters to the Japanese soldiers during World War II.
San Felipe Neri Church
Rev. G. Aglipay St. cor. Boni Avenue
Like other Catholic churches in the Philippines, it was run by hostile Spanish friars and almost became the site of bloody encounters between the Filipino revolutionaries and the Spanish soldiers during the Revolution of 1896.
Dambana ng mga Alaala
Built in memory of the gallant sons and daughters of Mandaluyong.
Epifanio delos Santos Ave.
The Shrine is a monument to the Virgin Mary, protector of those who bravely risked their lives during the 1986 People Power Revolution erected at the very site of the revolution.
Kaban ng Hiyas
City Hall Complex Maysilo Circle, Boni Ave.
Kaban ng Hiyas is Mandaluyong's culture center housing as well the cultural and tourism office and the city library.
Archdiocesan Shrine of the Divine Mercy
First of its kind in the country.
Dove of Peace Arch / Dambana ng Kagitingan
Mandaluyong's tribute to the peaceful People Power or EDSA Revolution of 1986 which ousted the former President Ferdinand E. Marcos.
Bantayog ng Kabataan
Monument to the youth of the city, the hope and future leaders of the land.
Mandaluyong City Hall
An imposing four-storey building housing the Office of the Mayor and its sub-offices with a commanding view of the Makati skyline from its rooftop.
Shaw Blvd. cor. R. Rodriguez St.
Official residence of the Cardinal and Archbishop of Manila.
Giant Bernard Shaw Bust
Wack Wack Road cor. Shaw Blvd.
A memorial piece to William James Bernard Shaw, founder and first president of
Wack Wack Golf and Country Club.
Wack Wack Golf and Country Club
Wack Wack Road, Bgy. Wack Wack, Greenhills
Internationally famous for its magnificent golf courses.
San Miguel Corporation Building
A fine architectural model uniquely designed with lush fringed window gardens surrounding the entire building.
Correctional Institute for Women
9 de Febrero, Bgy. Addition Hills
Rehabilitation center for female prisoners.
Hardin ng Pag-Asa
Martinez St., Bgy. Addition Hills
A recreational garden park conceived and developed by the city government for the benefit of the less fortunate children of the city.
Ilaya Mini Park
Bgy. Barangka Ilaya
Part of the Pasig River Rehabilitation Program, this interesting pocket park is significantly located by the Pasig River with a panoramic view of the Guadalupe Bridge, EDSA and the Metro Railway Transit.
Vergara Community Park
J. Rizal St., Bgy. Vergara
A model neighborhood park footing alongside riverbank amidst Brgy. Vergara, judged as the cleanest barangay of Metro Manila.
Andres Bonifacio Integrated School
Welfareville Compound, Bgy. Addition Hills
A four-storey school building strikingly nestled at the heart of the city's most disadvantaged community fascinating elegant façade and impressive quadrangle gives a modest contrasting sight to its modest location.
Mandaluyong City Science High School
E. Pantaleon St., Bgy. Hulo
Considered an elite public high school limiting its enrollees to purely science-inclined students.
Rizal Technological University
Boni Avenue, Bgy. Malamig
Standing aground a sprawling lot in a rapidly growing community, the university boasts of having 8,000 enrolled students.