Superb 1 Bedroom Apartment in Paranaque Philippines
This property is an excellent 1 bedroom apartment which is located in a complex called Field Residences in Sucat, Paranaque, Manila, Philippines.
The property has 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom and is located on the sixth floor of the complex.
The total floor size of the apartment is 25 square metres.
The property is being sold as fully furnished and equipped with all electrical appliances, furniture and the decor is brand new.
The property also includes the use of 2 communal swimming pools, one located at the front and one at the rear of the building which provide an excellent area to cool off during hot sunny days.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Paranaque, Philippines.
Paranaque has a tropical wet and dry climate, its proximity to the equator means that temperatures are hot year-round, rarely going below 15 °C or above 39 °C. Humidity levels are also usually very high all year round.
About the Area:
Paranaque, officially the City of Paranaque, is a 1st class highly urbanized city in Metro Manila, Philippines.
According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 665,822 people
Paranaque is the home of the PAGCOR Entertainment City, a gaming and entertainment complex under development by the state-owned Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation.
Owing to Paranaque’s strategic location, it is an important centre for trade and business in Metro Manila. Baclaran, where a large number of dry goods stores are located, is one of the busiest markets in the country.
Small fishing villages called ‘fisherman’s wharves’ are also situated alongside Barangay La Huerta, where the famous DAMPA, a seaside market with numerous restaurants serving fresh seafood, is found.
This has the country’s international airport and the Duty Free Philippines for imported goods.
Paranaque is famous for its lively festivals, such as the caracol, a festival that revolves around boats.
Paranaque has the Sambalilo Festival a festival that showcases different colors, sizes, and designs of the Sambalilo hat. The Sunduan Festival is a tradition in the city that depicts the act of a man fetching the object of his affection from the woman’s home to bring her to church or the town plaza.
Both festivals are held around February 13-15 for the cityhood of Paranaque’s annual anniversary.
An outstanding feature of this historic town by the bay is the cultivation of its cultural traditions such as the komedya and bati-bati, among others, that continue to attract local and foreign tourists alike, especially during the summer months.