Mandaluyong lies on a heart-formed 11.06 square kilometers (4.27 sq mi) of area, 7 kilometers (4.3 mi) southeast of Manila and 8 kilometers (5.0 mi) west of Pasig. Toward the south lies Makati, toward the northwest, San Juan, and toward the upper east, Quezon City. Therefore Mandaluyong is situated at the focal point of Metro Manila. A mainstream point of interest of Mandaluyong is the EDSA Shrine. Situated along Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, or EDSA, the place of worship serves as a landmark to the Virgin Mary, thought to be the defender of the individuals who took an interest in the People Power Revolution of 1986, the nation's first tranquil and bloodless insurgency, which prompted the destruction of the degenerate administration under President Ferdinand Marcos. The city is home to various strip malls, diversion center points, business foundations, tall structure workplaces, private apartment suites and lodgings. The city is one of the essential business and money related ranges in the city. ndustrial exercises are for the most part thought inside the Shaw Boulevard-Pioneer territory and along the Pasig River. Albeit unmistakable in the assembling of sustenances, pharmaceuticals and research center hardware, these ventures are steadily declining in number, selecting to migrate in recently created mechanical zones outside Metropolitan Manila. Mandaluyong has its own offer of business strips and a focal business locale. The previous business region, comprising generally of banks, workplaces and administration foundations, stretch along open transport courses in this way serving both nearby customers and passers-by from the neighboring territories. Real business portions of the city incorporate the stretch of Boni Avenue, Shaw Boulevard, Libertad-Sierra Madre zone, Kalentong, San Francisco, some portion of Martinez, Sgt. Bumatay towards Barangka Drive and Pinatubo towards EDSA. Mandaluyong's focal business region is focused on the EDSA-Shaw-Pioneer range.