ValenzuelaMetro Manila. It is one of the cities forming the Camanava Area, largely a residential and industrial suburb of the region.
OrientationMacArthur Highway, a four to six-lane highway, is the main street of Valenzuela, with the city hall and most shopping being around here. Polo forms Valenzuela's historic center, and has the Spanish-era San Diego de Alcala Church ("Polo Church") and the town plaza. Barangay Paso de Blas (or formerly Malinta) has the main exit from the North Luzon Expressway and the Gateway Complex.
By busThere are buses plying from Ninoy Aquino International Airport up to Malanday, Valenzuela (Northern part of Valenzuela) via EDSA.
Valenzuela Gateway Complexaddress: Maysan Road, Paso de BlasExpected to receive all northbound provincial buses presently terminating at Manila, Caloocan, Cubao, or Pasay. Buses by operators headed for the Malinta (Paso de Blas) area terminate here since 2018.
By jeepneyIf you are from the south, there are Jeepneys around Manila have their destination until Malanday, Valenzuela. But if you are from the north, Jeepneys ply from Malolos up to Malinta, Valenzuela.
By taxiTaxis can be found everywhere in the Manila or Bulacan. You can take taxi and plot your destination. Fares depends on your destination.
Other public vehicles bound for Valenzuela like pedicabs, and tricycles are available in any nearby city of Valenzuela.
By jeepneyJeepneys can be found in major and minor roads of the city. They have a fixed fare and route like buses. Fare .
By pedicab/tricyclePedicabs (also called trike or side-car) can be found anywhere (except in major highways) in the city. Pedicabs and tricycles can travel streets which is not covered by jeepneys and buses. Fare .
Arkong Batoaddress: M.H. Del Pilar StreetA stone arch built by the Americans in 1910. It served as a boundary marker for Bulacan (where Valenzuela, then Polo, belonged), and Rizal
Libingan ng mga Haponcemetery for the thousands of Japanese soldiers killed during the final years of World War II.
Pio Valenzuela ResidenceThe ancestral home of Pio Valenzuela, one of the leaders of the Katipunan and the namesake of the city, then the town of Polo.
San Diego de Alcala Parishaddress: M.H. Del Pilar StreetThis parish church, part of Valenzuela's old downtown, was built by locals in 1632 using the polo y servicio system of forced labor. The Spanish-era church was destroyed during World War II, but its old belfry survived.
Valenzuela City People's ParkA park beside the Valenzuela City Town Center and City Hall of Valenzuela in McArthur Highway
Maricopa Restaurantphone: +63 2 292-0406address: 3 Maysan Road, MaysanFilipino cuisine, salads, and mini sandwiches.
Little Beijing Chinese Cuisinephone: +63 2 432-1352address: 186 MacArthur Highway, KaruhatanNow a local chain, with a branch in Marilao. Dim sum, congee, soups, noodles, and rice, and some Filipino-Chinese dishes.
MEACO Hotel Karuhatanphone: +63 2 443-9021address: MacArthur Highway, KaruhatanAir-conditioned rooms, free parking and WiFi, and bar. No free meals.