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The south may re­quire toll fees, but this also means liv­ing near week­end des­ti­na­tions and be­ing part of a close-knit com­mu­nity. You’ll get slow, pro­vin­cial liv­ing with the con­ve­niences of an ur­ban lifestyle.

The park at Madri­gal Busi­ness Cen­ter has pedes­trian- and bike­friendly streets. If you want some­thing ex­treme, there’s the Moun­tain Bike Fil­in­vest Trail for cy­clists, trail run­ners, and jog­gers. Ta­gay­tay is a few high­way ex­its away, so make a side trip to Nu­vali in Santa Rosa, La­guna for koi feed­ing and art at the pic­nic grounds, or head to the Re­pub­lic Wakepark for a quick wa­ter sports fix.

En­joy the retail rows and kid­die rides at the still-charm­ing Ala­bang Town Cen­ter and Fes­ti­val Mall. Watch a block­buster in state-of-the-art Com­mer­center Cinema, and do gro­cery shop­ping at S&R along Ala­bang-Zapote Road. Christ­mas equates to mas­sive bazaars like the St. James Bazaar in Ayala Ala­bang Vil­lage, and Zonta Ala­bang Christ­mas Car­ni­vale Bazaar at Spec­trum Mid­way.

Home to Ra­men Yushoken and De­signer Blooms Café, the Molito

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