INTRODUCTION The Municipality of Cainta (Filipino: Bayan ng Cainta) is a first-class urban municipality in the province of Rizal, Philippines. It is the province's most prosperous town, one of the oldest (originally founded in August 15, 1571), and the town with the smallest land area (43.00 km²). Cainta serves as a gateway to the rest of Rizal province from Metro Manila. It is one of Rizal's most urbanized towns because of its proximity to Manila. This town is famous for its delicious bibingka (rice cakes).
INTRODUCTION Cainta is bounded on the north by Marikina City and San Mateo, on the west by Pasig City, and on the east and south by Taytay. It lies in the Marikina Valley, is 10% rolling hills and 90% residential-industrial. It has the province's most number of rivers and streams. Historians claim that Cainta's old geographical boundaries encompassed the mountain slopes of Montalban. GEOGRAPHY / LOCATION The main road of Cainta is Ortigas Avenue, a heavily congested corridor that passes through the business district of Ortigas Center and leads to Mandaluyong City and San Juan in the west and the town of Taytay and Antipolo City in the east. Another main road is Felix Avenue (better known as Imelda Avenue) which runs across Ortigas Avenue that connects the town to Marikina City to the north and Taytay to the south. The point of intersection between the two main arterials is known simply as Junction . Bonifacio Avenue located in the town proper is the town's most frequently-traversed street. By the current time, Cainta is under the management of the MMDA, which pertains to the traffic situations, particularly in the Junction area.
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Philippines has tropical rainforest climate owing to its proximity to the equator. The two main characteristics of this climate are: high temperatures and high atmospheric humidity throughout the year. The temperature range is very small, lying between 25 to 33°C with high humidity levels. It has a distinct dry season from November to May , and a wet season from June to October . The wet season is accompanied by typhoons from the western Pacific Ocean. The month of August receives the highest amount of rainfall while the temperatures are highest in April and lowest in January. The Philippine air currents are divided into three groups: the northern, the equatorial air and the trade winds. the CLIMATE
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