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Living In Alabang Might Just Be The Familiarity That You Are Looking For

Alabang is always one of those places in the Philippines that have a certain ring on it when someone casually mentions it in a conversation. It has this elite sense about it that even people that don't really knows where it is will be resigned to say “Ahh, Alabang” like a familiar location that just know is upper class. This proves how popular the barangay really is. Even the women in Alabang Village have quite a bit of reputation for being classy that it has been used in one of Andrew E’s 1992 movie and mentioned in Stanley Chi’s book “Men are from QC, Women are from Alabang.” We can only base on assumptions on how Alabang women are referenced in these two instances. But if you get to know the area for yourself, you may be convinced that Alabang and the villages within are really something else.

Alabang has gone a long way from being a barren farming barangay into being one of Southern Manila’s prime locations where executive villages can be found. This 8.064 square kilometer barangay is part of the second district of Muntinlupa and is it has been recorded that its population totals to 56, 752 in the 2010 census. The improvement of the landscape of the barangay can be heavily attributed to the high-end large-scale real estate development in the area.

For a small land area, Alabang already has it all: Business districts, shopping points, and real estate. Nowadays, Alabang has become a nest of towering buildings including the Insular Life Towers. You will also never run out of things to do in Alabang. At the heart of the barangay, you can find Festival Supermall which remains as one of the largest malls in the country. Festival Supermall also has an outdoor activity center, where special events like recitals are held, and an indoor cinema. The Filinvest Tent, an air-conditioned 2 square kilometer multipurpose tent, never runs out of events including product launches, dinner parties, trade fairs, conventions, bazaars, retail events, sales rallies, corporate events and other occasions. Church goers will also appreciate the beauty of St. Jerome Emiliani Church. Foodies may also find this part of Muntilupa as a sanctuary for unexpected treats. There are also well-respected satellite campuses in the area including San Beda College.

With all these amazing things that you can find in Alabang, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to settle down here. In fact, there are many villages in Alabang that can provide you with affordable and flexible deals. Megaworld Properties’s Alabang West features a high-end estate across the glamorous commercial district. It is complete with top of the line amenities including a function hall, children’s pool, game room, a basketball court, and a fitness center. Its location will make sure you will have access to the establishments that the city of Muntilupa can offer. Alabang West can be accessible through using the route Alabang Exit – Alabang Zapote Road – Daang Hari or via Filinvest Ave – Commerce Avenue – Daang Hari. 
Living In Alabang Might Just Be The Familiarity That You Are Looking For Reviewed by Keith Allen on 7:11 PM Rating: 5

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