Marikina Overview

Marikina, (/mərɪˈkɪnə/), officially the City of Marikina, (Tagalog: Lungsod ng Marikina), or simply known as Marikina City, is a 1st class highly urbanized city in Metro Manila, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 450,741 people.[3]

Located along the eastern border of Metro Manila, Marikina is the main gateway of Metro Manila to Rizal and Quezon provinces through Marikina–Infanta Highway. It is bordered on the west by Quezon City, to the south by Pasig and Cainta, to the north by San Mateo and to the east by Antipolo, the capital of Rizal province.

Founded by the Jesuits on the fertile Marikina Valley in 1630, Marikina was the provincial capital of the Province of Manila under the First Philippine Republic from 1898 to 1899 during the Philippine Revolution.[4] Following the onset of American occupation it was then organized as a municipality of Rizal Province, prior to the formation of Metro Manila in 1975. A formerly rural settlement, Marikina is now primarily residential and industrial and has become increasingly commercial in recent years. The City of Marikina is considered one of the wealthiest local government units in the Philippines.[5]

Marikina is known as the "Shoe Capital of the Philippines" for its famous shoe industry.[6] It is the biggest manufacturer of shoes in the Philippines, producing almost 70% of shoes made in the country.[7] Located in the city are the Philippine International Footwear Center and the Shoe Museum, housing the infamous shoe collection of former First Lady Imelda Marcos, wife of the late Filipino dictator Ferdinand Marcos.[8]

The city is under the jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Antipolo. It contains the Our Lady of the Abandoned Church, the oldest in the Marikina Valley.

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612 JP Rizal St., Concepcion I, Marikina City

9:00AM - 5:00PM Monday to Friday

(02) 941-3043
(02) 942-2818
(02) 941-4865
(02) 533-6502
0925-8259829
(02) 941-3043
[email protected]

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Marikina

Bayan-Bayanan Avenue, Concepcion, Marikina

9:00AM - 5:00PM Monday to Friday

(02) 942-0423
(02) 941-0689
0922-8722189
(02) 941-0689
[email protected]

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Marikina-Gil Fernando Avenue

Block 6 Lot 10 Almond Street corner Gil Fernando Avenue,Brgy. San Roque, Marikina City

9:00AM - 5:00PM Monday to Friday

(02) 625-1807
(02) 625-7889
0932-8682957
(02) 625-7889
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Marikina Tweets

Marikina added 1 tweet
2020-05-17 00:11:23 UTC
RT @PunchTheLies: Maswerte ang Marikina. Sana ganito ang gawin ng national government para di masayang ang effort ng mga LGU na nagsa… https://t.co/bakH94lBIi
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2020-05-17 00:09:44 UTC
RT @PunchTheLies: Maswerte ang Marikina. Sana ganito ang gawin ng national government para di masayang ang effort ng mga LGU na nagsa… https://t.co/bakH94lBIi
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2020-05-17 00:09:21 UTC
RT @tek_morty: In Marikina, mass testing will be done amongst the Tricycle and Pedicab Drivers prior to going back in business und… https://t.co/Koeh645aVJ
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2020-05-17 00:05:55 UTC
RT @PunchTheLies: Maswerte ang Marikina. Sana ganito ang gawin ng national government para di masayang ang effort ng mga LGU na nagsa… https://t.co/bakH94lBIi
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2020-05-17 00:03:23 UTC
RT @PunchTheLies: Maswerte ang Marikina. Sana ganito ang gawin ng national government para di masayang ang effort ng mga LGU na nagsa… https://t.co/bakH94lBIi
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2020-05-16 23:58:51 UTC
Maswerte ang Marikina. Sana ganito ang gawin ng national government para di masayang ang effort ng mga LGU na nagsa… https://t.co/bakH94lBIi
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2020-05-16 23:46:41 UTC
RT @iAmSuperCis: Pwede naman po ang gaya-gaya ... para masaya " . . . because another thing that we are preparing for is a strong… https://t.co/pPBt9XTmDK
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2020-05-16 23:40:51 UTC
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Marikina added 1 tweet
2020-05-16 23:38:21 UTC
RT @tek_morty: In Marikina, mass testing will be done amongst the Tricycle and Pedicab Drivers prior to going back in business und… https://t.co/Koeh645aVJ

Marikina Videos

HI mga ka ANglers HEHEHE! Nag fishing po kami sa Marikina River, kasama ang Aking grupo na San Mateo Anglers na sina ...
Fishing for Wild Giant Pangasius / Cream Dory - CATCH and Cook with GLOCO Part 1The Pasig and Marikina River is considered to ...
Rosilin was a diligent nursing student. She carried with her the hopes and dreams of her family until that fateful night of July 5 ...
Marikina Year End Concert 2019 Pyromusical Display by Dragon Fireworks at Marikina Sports Center. No Copyright Infringement ...
Hindi talaga dapat sa Marikina. Pero ganun talaga. :) Thanks for watching. For more bike related contents, bike ride, short ride, ...
Wet markets are one of the main sources but how are these establishments doing business in the time of quarantine?
Sarado ang bahagi ng Marikina Public Market hanggang Miyerkules. Ito'y matapos mahirapang huminga at masawi ang isang ...
Marikina was given the title the Shoe Capital of the Philippines because of its notable shoe industry, being the biggest ...
The local government of Marikina City will conduct #COVID19 tests for all 2800 employees of its city hall, where most services are ...

Marikina News

2 Marikina cops arrested for raping female detainees

'I am dismayed. Our authority as law enforcers can never be and should never be an instrument of any form of abuse,' says Metro Manila police chief Major General Debold Sinas

about 2 months conditional negative
How poor is PH health system? Many hospitals not qualified to test for coronavirus

The national government didn’t immediately see the need to accredit qualified laboratories to test COVID-19 samples right after the first case was reported. There was failure to think ahead.

27 days conditional neutral
#TulongHindiKulong: Groups call for release of volunteers arrested in Quezon City

The arrest came after volunteers distributed face shields, prepared food at a community kitchen, and then held a protest in Quezon City on Labor Day

21 days indicative negative
Beat Covid-19 Today - Philippines Situationer - issue 4 (1 May 2020) - Philippines

English Infographic on Philippines about Disaster Management, Health, Children and Epidemic; published on 01 May 2020 by Govt. Philippines

20 days conditional neutral
Standard Chartered continues giving PPE kits to Metro Manila hospitals | Tyrone Jasper C. Piad

Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) Philippines announced it is distributing over 6,600 personal protective equipment (PPE) to several hospitals and treatment centers in Metro Manila. In partnership with the Philippine Business for Social Progress, the bank said it is providing PPE sets that include reusable coveralls, shoe covers and face shield.…

5 days indicative positive
LIST: Cities in NCR lift ban on alcoholic drinks amid MECQ

Anxious residents and small businesses can now rejoice as some Metro Manila cities have passed ordinances that lifted the liquor ban during the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ).

5 days conditional negative
Gov’t eyes zero-interest loans for MSMEs
Gov’t eyes zero-interest loans for MSMEs

MANILA – Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) will be offered zero-interest loans under the Philippine Economic Stimulus Act (PESA) bill, government officials said. “If we’re able to get zero-cost funding, that’s the fund that we can lend at zero percent...

5 days conditional neutral
Thermal imaging scanner, UV sterilizer installed in Ayala Malls
Thermal imaging scanner, UV sterilizer installed in Ayala Malls

Safety of shoppers and store personnel is prioritized as Ayala Malls takes advantage of technology to supplement other safety measures in place based on the guidelines by the Inter-Agency Task Force.

5 days conditional neutral

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Marikina Exchange rates

1 USD to IDR
Banjarmasin, Republic of Indonesia.
100 PHP to JPY
Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.
100 KWD to SAR
Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
100 INR to NZD
Auckland, New Zealand.
100 INR to IDR
Denpasar, Republic of Indonesia.
47 USD to IDR
Jakarta, Republic of Indonesia.
100 JPY to PHP
Maebashi, Japan.
100 PHP to JPY
Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.
170 HRK to EUR
Skopje, Republic of Macedonia.
10000000 INR to AUD
Mount Waverley, Commonwealth of Australia.
5 CNY to IDR
Samarinda, Republic of Indonesia.
5 CNY to IDR
Samarinda, Republic of Indonesia.
100 TRY to AZN
Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan.
25000 SAR to INR
Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
10000 GBP to JPY
Tokyo, Japan.
50 MAD to EUR
Casablanca, Kingdom of Morocco.
100000000 KRW to USD
Everett, United States.
10000000 KRW to HKD
Plumstead, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.