27 Dec 2010

How To Get To Mall Of Asia Or MOA

  • 27 Dec 2010
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  • The Mall of Asia or most popularly known as MOA is located exactly at the southern end of EDSA in the reclaimed land in Pasay City, Metro Manila. EDSA is the acronym of Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue, the main thoroughfare that cuts across Metro Manila from the north. Mall of Asia occupies 42 hectares of land by the Manila Bay. You can easily know that you're approaching MOA when you see its distinctive marker - the giant globe that illuminates at nights.


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    How to get to Mall of Asia or MOA from North of Metro Manila - Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela, Fairview, Novaliches, West Avenue, SM North, Trinoma and other parts of Quezon City
    How to get to MOA from South of Metro Manila - Alabang, Muntinlupa, Pacita, etc.
    From Las Pinas, Cavite and nearby areas
    From Quiapo, Espana, Sta. Cruz, Dapitan, Binondo

    From Caloocan City

    Ride bus with "Baclaran MOA" sign at the corner of Rizal Avenue and 5th Avenue or at Monumento. This bus will take you directly to MOA. But make sure the sign has the word "MOA" on it.

    From Valenzuela, Navotas and Malabon

    You need to get to EDSA anywhere in Caloocan, then ride bus with "Baclaran MOA" sign. If there are buses that ply directly from your area going to Baclaran like in Letre and Marulas, then ride right there. But make sure the sign of the bus has the word "MOA" or the phrase "Mall of Asia" on it.

    From Novaliches

    Ride bus with "Baclaran MOA" sign along Quirino Highway. This bus will take you directly to MOA. Always make sure the sign has the word "MOA" or phrase "Mall of Asia" on it.

    From Fairview

    Ride bus with "Baclaran MOA" sign.

    How to get to Mall of Asia from South of Metro Manila - Alabang, Muntinlupa, Pacita, etc.


    From Alabang by bus

    Ride bus with sign that contains any of these destinations: Monumento, Novaliches, Letre, Philcoa and Fairview. Get off at unloading station in EDSA e.g. Magallanes MRT Station or Ayala MRT Station. Make sure the bus will not pass through the tunnel of Ayala. Ask the conductor if the bus will stop at Ayala or pass directly through the tunnel. Cross EDSA via MRT station's overpass - there are elevators in some MRT stations. Ride another bus with "Baclaran MOA" sign. This bus will take you directly to MOA. Tips: Magallanes Station has elevators on both sides, Ayala has only one, the other side, so you need to use stairway to go up. Loading zone in Ayala - just below the station and no need to walk too far. Loading station in Magallanes - too far from exit of elevator, you need to walk far along EDSA to take a ride. The comfort of elevator is offset by discomfort of walking too far to the loading zone.

    From Alabang by jeepney

    There are terminals of jeepneys going to Pasay Rotonda located in Alabang near Metropolis Star Mall. Some of them just pick up passengers along East Service Road near corner Montillano Street. Ride jeepney with Pasay Rotonda sign. Get off at Pasay Rotonda. Some jeepney drivers drop off passengers right at the MRT Taft Station. Some of them drop off passengers after crossing Taft Avenue. You can either ride just below the elevated MRT Station or near Save More Supermarket after crossing Taft. Plenty of jeepneys going to MOA pass by along EDSA. You don't need to go to the terminal of the so called orange passenger shuttle service going to MOA. It's too far, along Taft, out of the way. Just ride any jeepney or even bus with MOA sign along EDSA. Just make sure the word "MOA" or phrase "Mall of Asia" is present on the sign.

    From Bacoor, Zapote, Las Pinas, Cavite and other areas near Alabang-Zapote Road and Emilio Aguinaldo Highway Junction


    Ride a bus going to Lawton, Sta. Cruz, or Buendia. This buses take the route of Coastal Road also known as Manila-Cavite Expressway or Aguinaldo Blvd. Lawton and Santa Cruz bound buses cross EDSA intersection via the flyover. So you must get off right before or after the bus get onto the flyover. Always tell the conductor or driver to drop you off on the unloading station. Most of the time, they don't stop after stopping on the last unloading before EDSA. In this case, it's safe to get off at Baclaran. There's a terminal of jeepneys going to MOA near Lydia's Restaurant along the service road of Roxas Blvd before Redemptorist Church. Ride right there and you'll be on your way to MOA. If any chance you get to EDSA, then ride a bus or jeepney with MOA sign along EDSA.

    From Quiapo, Espana, Sta. Cruz, Dapitan and Binondo


    Ride jeepney going to Baclaran and get off at Gil Puyat Avenue. Walk westward toward the terminal of the passenger shuttles that ply the route of MOA-Buendia Taft located along Gil Puyat Avenue near JAC Bus Terminal. Ride one of them, pay minimum fare and you'll be on your way to Mall Of Asia. Those passenger shuttles has also terminal at MOA where you can take the ride back to Taft Avenue corner Gil Puyat Avenue formerly Buendia.


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    How to get to MOA or Mall Of Asia by MRT and LRT?


    You can get to Mall Of Asia from LRT-1 by getting off at Gil Puyat Station. If you're coming from LRT-2 get off at Recto Station, the last station of LRT-2, then use the crossway to the LRT-1 Doroteo Jose Station and ride a train southbound or Baclaran bound, and then get off at Gil Puyat Station or Buendia, they're the same. After you get off at Gil Puyat Station, walk westward toward the terminal of the passenger shuttles that ply the route of MOA-Buendia Taft located along Gil Puyat Avenue near JAC Bus Terminal. Ride one of them, pay minimum fare and you'll be on your way to Mall Of Asia. Those passenger shuttles has also terminal at MOA where you can take the ride back to Taft Avenue corner Gil Puyat Avenue formerly Buendia.

    You can get to Mall Of Asia from MRT-3 by getting off at Taft Avenue Station. Under the elevated MRT Taft Station, ride a jeepney going to MOA or Mall of Asia. Jeepneys stop right before the MRT Station so you might walk a little bit backward. If at any case, you find it hard to get a ride there, you can go across Taft Avenue and ride a jeepney going to MOA along EDSA just in front of Save More Supermarket.

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    How to get to MOA or Mall Of Asia by car?


    Route #1

    Coming to the Mall Of Asia by car from the North is easy. Just take EDSA, stay to the middle and drive all the way up to the end of the road. When you see the Mall of Asia huge Globe structure, turn right to go with the flow of traffic on the roundabout or rotonda around the globe, then turn right onto the next street which is Jose Diokno Blvd. At the end of Diokno Boulevard, turn left on Seaside Boulevard. One Esplanade is to your right at the corner of Seaside Boulevard and Diokno Boulevard. Drive on until you see the entrance of the open parking of MOA whick is also the esplanade or park by the water. You can also park in the covered parking located at the North Building and another one at the South Building. From Seaside Boulevard turn left on Sunset Avenue, and you'll easily see the entrance to the covered parking up ahead.

    Route #2

    From South of Metro Manila and the province of Cavite take Coastal Road and turn left on Pacific Avenue then turn right onto Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard. Stay to the middle and drive all the way. After crossing the intersection of Bradco Street where DFA is located and next to it is Petron, you must stay to the left of the Macapagal. Turn left on EDSA and immediately you'll see the MOA Globe standing magnificently up ahead. As soon as you reach the globe, turn right to go with the flow of traffic on the roundabout or rotonda around the globe, then turn right onto the next street which is Jose Diokno Blvd. At the end of Diokno Boulevard, turn left on Seaside Boulevard. One Esplanade is to your right at the corner of Seaside Boulevard and Diokno Boulevard. Drive on until you see the entrance of the open parking of MOA whick is also the esplanade or park by the water. You can also park in the covered parking located at the North Building and another one at the South Building. From Seaside Boulevard turn left on Sunset Avenue, and you'll easily see the entrance to the covered parking up ahead.

    Route #3

    Coming from areas of Sucat, NAIA-3, NAIA-1, Multinational Village and neighboring vicinity take Sucat Road, Imelda Avenue and Ninoy Aquino Avenue. Turn left on NAIA Road and stay to the middle of NAIA Road. Cross Roxas Blvd and turn right onto Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard. Stay to the middle and drive all the way. After crossing the intersection of Bradco Street where DFA is located and next to it is Petron, you must stay to the left of the Macapagal. Turn left on EDSA and immediately you'll see the MOA Globe standing magnificently up ahead. As soon as you reach the globe, turn right to go with the flow of traffic on the roundabout or rotonda around the globe, then turn right onto the next street which is Jose Diokno Blvd. At the end of Diokno Boulevard, turn left on Seaside Boulevard. One Esplanade is to your right at the corner of Seaside Boulevard and Diokno Boulevard. Drive on until you see the entrance of the open parking of MOA whick is also the esplanade. You can also park in the covered parking located at the North Building and another one at the South Building. From Seaside Boulevard turn left on Sunset Avenue, and you'll easily see the entrance to the covered parking up ahead.

    Route #4

    From Alabang take the Skyway and exit on Magallanes Exit then turn left on EDSA. Stay on the middle of EDSA and drive all the way up to the end of EDSA. Avoid getting onto the flyover of Tramo. As soon as you see the the ramp of the flyover, change your lane to the right, and then return to the middle of EDSA and continue your drive, pass through the elevated MRT-3 Station and the Roxas Boulevard flyover. When you see the Mall of Asia huge Globe structure, turn right to go with the flow of traffic on the roundabout or rotonda around the globe, then turn right onto the next street which is Jose Diokno Blvd. At the end of Diokno Boulevard, turn left on Seaside Boulevard. One Esplanade is to your right at the corner of Seaside Boulevard and Diokno Boulevard. Drive on until you see the entrance of the open parking of MOA whick is also the esplanade or park by the water. You can also park your car in the covered parking located at the North Building and another one at the South Building. From Seaside Boulevard turn left on Sunset Avenue, and you'll easily see the entrance to the covered parking up ahead.

    Route #5

    From Bulacan, Pampanga and North Luzon, take the route to CCP Complex. Search "how to get to ccp complex" in our search box on the sidebar. From Pedro Bukaneg in CCP Complex turn left on Magdalena Jalandoni and stay to the middle.If Magdalena Jalandoni is closed to left turning vehicles, then go directly toward the next intersection where Tanghalang Balagtas or Folk Arts Theater is located, turn left there, then left again on Vicente Sotto Street where the PICC or Philippine International Convention Center is located and then you can now turn right onto Magdalena Jalandoni Street. Stay to the middle of Magdalena Jalandoni Street and cross Gil Puyat Avenue Extension. After crossing Gil Puyat Avenue intersection, road name changes to President Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard. Upon approach to the first stop light, stay to the right of Macapagal and turn right onto Seaside Boulevard. Stay to the middle of Seaside Boulevard all the way until you see the Mall Of Asia. You will cross the intersection of Diokno Boulevard. After you cross Diokno Boulevard, to your right is the One Esplanade located at the corner of Diokno Boulevard and Seaside Boulevard. And then the road bends to the left, giving you full view of MOA or Mall Of Asia. You can park at the open parking which is visible a little while or at the covered parking located at the North Building and another one at the South Building. From Seaside Boulevard turn left on Sunset Avenue, and you'll easily see the entrance to the covered parking up ahead.

    Route #6

    From Quezon City, take the route to CCP Complex from Quezon City. Search "how to get to ccp complex from quezon city" in our search box on the sidebar. From Pedro Bukaneg in CCP Complex turn left on Magdalena Jalandoni and stay to the middle. If Magdalena Jalandoni is closed to left turning vehicles, then go directly toward the next intersection, turn left there, then left again on Vicente Sotto Street where the PICC or Philippine International Convention Center is located and then you can now turn right onto Magdalena Jalandoni Street. Stay to the middle of Magdalena Jalandoni and cross Gil Puyat Avenue Extension. After crossing Gil Puyat Avenue intersection, road name changes to President Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard. Upon approach to the first stop light, stay to the right of Macapagal and turn right onto Seaside Boulevard. Stay to the middle of Seaside Boulevard all the way until you see the Mall Of Asia. You will cross the intersection of Diokno Boulevard. After you cross Diokno Boulevard, to your right is the One Esplanade located at the corner of Diokno Boulevard and Seaside Boulevard. And then the road bends to the left, giving you full view of MOA or Mall Of Asia. You can park at the open parking which is visible a little while or at the covered parking located at the North Building and another one at the South Building. From Seaside Boulevard turn left on Sunset Avenue, and you'll easily see the entrance to the covered parking up ahead.

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    4 comments:

    1. How much the fare from LRT 1 Monumento station to EDSA station ? Thanks

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    2. @ Wins. I think it's Php 20 as of this writing.

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    3. Same pa rin ba ang route? And how much lahat ng fare?

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    4. @ Kenneth Dizon. Yes po, medyo di lang po kabisado fare ngayon.

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