Pasay is an integral part of what constitutes Metro Manila in the Philippines. Sharing borders with the City of Manila, Makati, Taguig and Parañaque and overlooking the Manila Bay in the West, Pasay developed at a furious pace under the American colonial masters. Today, the city spans 18.64 square kilometers, which makes it the fourth-largest in the Philippines and houses over 392,869 people, according to the 2010 census. Pasay is quite the tourist hub and draws travellers from across the world to its business and entertainments hotspots. Its restaurants, cafes, nightclubs and pubs paint a lively picture and the nightlife is comparable to the best of the western world.

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