25 Dec 2011

SM MOA Eye Giant Ferris Wheel: Newest Tourist Destination

  • 25 Dec 2011
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  • The biggest and tallest Ferris Wheel in the Philippines has finally arrived and now rolls over western sky of Manila bay behind, albeit slowly. The giant Ferris wheel is situated right at the back of SM Mall of Asia, most popularly known as SM MOA Esplanade. When I got to see it first hand, I could't help but to reminisce of the magnificent sight of Singapore Flyer, the world's largest Giant Observation Wheel. For one thing, they both turn very slowly. Like Singapore Flyer, MOA Eye Ferris Wheel doesn't stop to unload and load passengers. The slow speed of the Ferris Wheel allows passengers who had completed the cycle to alight and for waiting passengers to ride with little help from the crew.

    SM MOA Eye Giant Ferris Wheel
    MOA Eye Ferris Wheel has 36 passenger cars. Surely, lots of you who would come to MOA will be tempted to go and try it. You simply couldn't resist the attraction. So here's the important answer to your question. The fee is Php 150.00 per person, and it's good only for one complete revolution. Before you frown, let me say that you get to enjoy it because it takes almost 9 minutes for passengers to complete one cycle inside MOA Eye Ferris Wheel car.

    So, get there. Enjoy the ride!

    How to get to MOA Giant Eye Ferris Wheel? It's big so you get to see it from afar when you're within SM MOA complex. For driving directions, commuting guide by jeepney, bus and LRT/MRT train, go to How To Get To Mall Of Asia Or MOA
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    15 Dec 2011

    Bicol Express Train Update

  • 15 Dec 2011
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  • PNR Bicol Express Train trip to Albay has been symbolically laid out to the railway route map with the test run conducted on December 7 from PNR Tutuban Central Station that ended in Ligao City. Unfortunately, regular trip to Ligao will not happen until next year. There are quite a lot of issues that need to be fixed. Until then, Bicol Express Train only serves train commuters from Tutuban down to Naga City.

    FLASH!!!
    We have update dated April 1, 2012. PNR Train Now Goes To Ligao Albay. To read the update, click here. This post contains relevant information so I still suggest reading it. The April 1 update tackles today's departure and arrival schedules as well as fare rates.

    Yesterday, I went to PNR Tutuban Central Station to gather valuable information for frequently asked questions from our readers.

    Here are the important things you should know in going to Bicol Region via PNR Bicol Express Train for now:

    • Bicol Express Train now serves passengers to Naga City daily.
    • Time of departure in Tutuban is 6:30 pm.
    • Estimated time of arrival in Naga City is 4:30 am.
    • Fare Rate for Sleeper Coach is Php 665.00/head flat rate. Applies to all stations in between Naga City and Tutuban. No discount is given to senior citizens.
    • Fare Rate for Reclining Aircon is Php 548.00/ head with 20% discount for senior citizens. Rate varies from station to station.
    • Payment Accepted is cash only.
    • You can make reservation one week before your trip.
    • You must confirm your reservation by calling 319 0041 local 104 and 105.
    • If you're taking Bicol Express Train from other stations or stopovers, payment is made inside the train through train conductors.
    • There's no canteen/cafeteria on-board. So, make sure you have enough provisions.
    • Expect no pillow and blanket on your sleeper coach.

    Watch for upcoming updates on Bicol Express Train opening of Ligao and Legazpi City routes from Manila by regularly visiting this blog or subscribe via email.
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    10 Dec 2011

    How To Commute To Newport City & Resort World Manila

  • 10 Dec 2011
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  • The nearest LRT-1 Station to Newport City and Resort World Manila, commute wise, is EDSA Station. The nearest MRT-3 Station, commute wise, is Taft Station. These stations are situated at EDSA corner Taft Avenue, most popularly known as Pasay Rotunda. There are two ways you can get to Newport City and Resort World Manila from Pasay Rotunda on public transportation:

    NAIA Shuttle at its Bus Stop in Newport City
    Maxims, Resort World & Remington are at the back
    Convenient way to commute to Newport City - One ride by NAIA Shuttle Bus with its terminal located at Pasay Rotunda. Ride this bus and alight at Newport City. The bus will stop at NAIA-3 then it will go to Newport City. UPDATE: 2 bus stops now in Newport City. Read new post so that you know where to alight. Go to How to get to Newport City destinations via Airport Loop. If you don't know the location of NAIA Shuttle in Pasay Rotunda, CLICK HERE. Newport City & Resort World Manila is situated opposite NAIA-3.

    Star Cruise Bldg is located at jeepney loading &
    unloading and NAIA Bus Stop in Resort World Manila
    Commute to Newport City by jeepneys - By two jeepney rides you can get to Resort World Manila. From MRT-3 TAft Station and LRT-1 EDSA Station, go to the north bound lane of EDSA and wait for a jeepney with "Nichols Andrews Ave NAIA-3" sign. The loading area is past MRT Station towards Aurora Blvd flyover that you see from the train station. You can also get inside Genesis Bus Terminal and look for the terminal of these jeepneys.





    UPDATE 27 SEP 2015: The direction below (From MRT & LRT) is no longer recommended because you can now take the Newport Free Shuttle from unloading area of jeepneys from Pasay Rotunda/MRT/LRT to Resorts World Manila and other buildings and destinations inside Newport City. Please read my latest article that will guide you on how to get to any spot in Newport City via NCEA Free Shuttle. Go to Commute Guide to Newport City Buildings & Spots via Free Shuttle Bus

    From MRT and LRT
    This jeepney turns right onto Aurora Blvd and turns left on Andrews Ave. Ride one of these jeepneys, pay minimum and alight once driver stops the jeep at loading area in the big roundabout before NAIA-3. At the center of roundabout is the sculpture that you see in this photo. Walk towards jeepney stop along NAIA-3 complex and wait for a jeepney with "Ft Bonifacio Star Cruise Gate 4" sign in the front and "Nichols Ikot" in both sides. The terminal of these jeepneys are explained below: For driving directions, click here.

    You need to ride another jeepney even if you're already in NAIA-3 complex because Resort World is way too far from the roundabout. Pay minimum and ask driver to drop you off at "Star Cruise" or "Resort World". The driver always say "Star Cruise" instead of Resort World because Star Cruise building is situated right at jeepney stop in which passengers must alight and ride. From the building, Resort World Manila and other important destinations in Newport City can already be seen.





    Two Terminals of Jeepneys That Pass By Newport City And Resort World Manila


    Andrews Avenue - This terminal is located in front of Barangay 183 Hall, a building you can make out from where you would get ofF the jeep from Pasay Rotunda. This is the terminal of the jeepney mentioned above. This is where to ride if you're coming from Baclaran, Roxas Blvd, Heritage Hotel, Pasay Rotunda and MRT/LRT stations of Taft and EDSA as well as from Cavite, Bacoor, Imus and other places in Cavite. You don't need to ride the jeep in this terminal if you can just go to the jeepney stop located along Andrews Ave NAIA-3 side which is nearer to where you would get off from the jeep that comes from Baclaran and Pasay Rotunda. Pay minimum and alight at Star Cruise or Resort World.

    Nichols Jeepney Terminal - This terminal is located to the other side of Newport City vicinity near SLEX and Fort Bonifacio. It's opposite Villamor Golf Course which you can make out from the distance. This terminal serves commuters from Guadalupe, Bonifacio Global City or BGC, Market Market, Alabang, Bicutan, Sucat, Taguig, Muntinlupa and areas nearby as well as those commuters from provinces of Batangas, Laguna and Quezon. You need to walk across SLEX via Nichols Field Bridge through which private motorist pass. The sign in front of jeepneys here reads "NAIA-3 Star Cruise Resort World Andrews Ave" and "Nichols Ikot" in both sides. Pay minimum. From the terminal, the jeepney takes Sales Road and turns right onto Andrews Ave. Alight approximately 210 meters after the jeepney turns right onto Andrews Avenue from Sales Road. Star Cruise, the building that serves as landmark is located right at the loading and unloading area (in first photo above).

    How To Get To Resort World Manila From Different Locations Of Metro Manila & Nearby Provinces






    Route #1

    From stations of LRT-1, e.g., Roosevelt, Balintawak, Monumento, 5th Ave, R. Papa, Abad Santos, Blumentritt, Tayuman, Bambang, Doroteo Jose, Carriedo, Central Terminal Arroceros, United Nations, Pedro Gil, Quirino Ave, Vijavascript:void(0)to Cruz, Gil Puyat and Libertad.

    Ride a train bound for "Baclaran". Alight at EDSA Station. Use the footbridge and walk across EDSA and go to EDSA's northbound lane and ride jeep with "Nichols Andrews Ave NAIA-3" or "Terminal 3" sign. Follow direction given above in "From MRT & LRT" and refer to "Two Terminals of Jeepneys That Pass By Newport City And Resort World Manila: AnGdrews Avenue Terminal".

    Route #2

    From all stations of LRT-2: Santolan, Katipunan, Anonas, Araneta Center Cubao, Betty Go Belmonte, Gilmore, J. Ruiz, V. Mapa, Pureza, Legarda and Recto.

    Ride a train bound for Recto. Alight at Recto Station. Use the footbridge that connects Recto Station to LRT-1 Doroteo Jose Station. Take a train bound for "Baclaran". Alight at EDSA Station. Follow direction at Route #1.

    Route #3

    From all stations of MRT-3: North, Quezon Avenue, GMA Kamuning, Araneta Center Cubao, Santolan, Ortigas, Shaw Boulevard, Boni, Guadalupe, Buendia, Ayala Center, Magallanes and Taft.

    Ride a train bound for Taft. Alight at Taft Station. Exit MRT Station at northbound lane of EDSA. A McDonal's, alongside Dunkin Donut, Chowking and Sogo, is situated at that side. Follow direction given in the first paragraph of this article. Read "From MRT & LRT" above. Refer to Andrew Avenue Terminal.

    Route #4

    From Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela, Bagon Barrio and areas nearby.

    Ride a jeep, a bus or taxi and head to a nearest LRT-1 Station. Take a train bound for "Baclaran" and follow direction in Route #1.

    Route #5

    From Bulacan, Pampanga, Subic, Angels, Tarlac and other provinces of Northern Luzon.

    Ride a bus, jeepney or FX bound for Manila. You can ride a bus or jeepney bound for Blumentritt or Doroteo Jose. Take a train bound for Baclaran. Follow direction given in Route #1. You can also ride a bus bound for Cubao or Kamuning. In that case, ride a train at MRT-3 Kamuning or Araneta Cubao Station, alight at Taft Station and follow direction given in Route #3. If you ride an FX headed to Trinoma, ride train bound for Taft at North Station which is connected to Trinoma.

    Route #6

    From SM City Marikina, Sta Lucia East, Robinson's Metro East and other areas nearby.

    If you want a fast travel, go to Santolan Station of LRT-2. Ride a train bound for Recto. Follow direction at Route #2.

    Route #7

    From Cainta, Taytay, Rosario, Ortigas Ave Ext, Ever Ortigas and areas nearby. From Cainta and Taytay, ride a bus that plies the route to Quiapo, then take a train bound for Baclaran - Route #1. Or you can ride a jeepney or FX bound for Cubao. Take a train bound for Taft at Araneta Center Cubao Station - Route #3.

    Route #8

    From Eastwood City

    You can also ride the free shuttle to Newport City from Eastwood City. For details, talk to officers at the Information of Eastwood Mall. Go to Resort World Manila: Most Exciting Integrated Destination in Manila. Otherwise, ride a jeepney bound for Cubao. Take a train bound for Recto Station at LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station or a train bound for Taft at MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station. Follow direction given in Route #1 or #3.

    Route #9

    From Novaliches, Quirino Avenue, SM Novaliches and other areas nearby. Ride a jeepney bound for Blumentritt, take a LRT-1 train bound for Baclaran. Follow direction at Route #1.

    Route #10

    From Market Market

    Ride a jeep with "Gate 3" sign at jeepney terminal located outside Metro Market Market. The jeepney will take you to its other terminal near SLEX. Walk across SLEX via Nichols Field Bridge towards Nichols Jeepney Terminal. Follow direction given above in "Nichols Jeepney Terminal".

    Route #11

    From Guadalupe

    Ride a jeepney with "Fort Bonifacio MarketMarket Gate 3 Guadalupe" signs in both sides and "Gate 3" sign in the front. Alight at the other terminal near SLEX. Walk across SLEX via Nichols Field Bridge towards Nichols Jeepney Terminal. Follow direction given above in "Nichols Jeepney Terminal".

    Route #12

    From Alabang, Muntinlupa, Festival Mall, Filinvest City, Metropolis Starmall and areas nearby.

    Ride a jeepney with "Alabang - Pasay Rotunda" sign. Alight at Fort Bonifacio. Walk across SLEX towards Nichols Jeepney Terminal. Follow direction above in "Nichols Jeepney Terminal".

    Route #13

    From Baclaran

    In Roxas Boulevard, go to jeepney loading area near Redemptorist Church or the one near Airport Road. Wait for jeepney with "Nichols Andrew Ave Terminal 3" or "Nichols Andrews Ave NAIA-3" sign. Ride this jeep, pay minimum and alight at unloading area that explained in the first paragraph of this post. Follow direction given in "Two Terminals of Jeepneys That Pass By Newport City And Resort World Manila: Andrews Avenue" above.

    Route #14

    From Tagaytay, Imus, Dasmarinas and other areas in Cavite province.

    Ride a bus, jeepney or FX bound for Baclaran. Once in Baclaran, go to the loading area near Redemptorist or Airport Road. Wait for a jeepney with "Nichols Andrew Ave Terminal 3" or "Nichols Andrews Ave NAIA-3" sign. Follow direction given in Route #13.

    Route #15

    From NAIA Terminal 1 and 2

    You can ride a free shuttle bus bound for Terminal 3. Resort World is located across NAIA-3. For details, go to NAIA 1-2-3 Shuttle Bus: Easy Way To Get To & From NAIA Terminals. Or ride a public bus that passes by Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 bound for Fairvew, alight at Baclaran. Follow direction in Route #13.

    Route #16

    From SM Mall of Asia

    Ride a jeepney with "Malibay" sign and alight at MRT-3 Taft Station. Ride a jeepney with "Nichols Andrews Ave Terminal 3" sign. Follow direction given above in "From MRT and LRT" and "Two Terminals of Jeepneys That Pass By Newport City And Resort World Manila: Andrews Avenue".

    Location Map: Newport City and Resort World Manila
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    9 Dec 2011

    Christmas Lanes 2011: To Quiapo Via Ayala Blvd

  • 9 Dec 2011
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  • This Christmas Lane can be used by private motorists from Roxas Blvd, Mabini, T.M. Kalaw, Padre Burgos and Taft Avenue. Christmas Lanes are known also as Mabuhay Lanes and can be used as alternate routes anytime of the year to avoid bottlenecks in main thoroughfares.

    Ayala Blvd is the road next to T.M. Kalaw if you're driving on Taft Avenue's northbound lane. That means you're coming from Pedro Gil and U.N. Avenue.

    From Taft Avenue - Turn right onto Ayala Blvd.

    From Roxas Boulevard - Turn right onto T.M. Kalaw, turn left on Taft Ave (LRT runs above Taft), then turn right onto Ayala Blvd.

    From Mabini Street - Right to Kalaw, left on Taft and turn right onto Ayala Blvd.

    From Padre Burgos Street - Take the lane under road signs that read "Malacanang", "Finance Rd" and "Ayala Blvd" which is to the right of Padre Burgos. Keep driving straight and cross Taft Ave.

    Drive on the middle of Ayala Blvd all the way, cross Pasig River via Ayala Bridge. Immediately change lane to the left and turn left on Carlos Palanca Sr Street, the first intersection with traffic lights.

    Carlos Palanca Sr goes directly to Quiapo. Check if you can park your car along Carlos Palanca before doing so. It might be "Tow-Away Zone" by now. Or you can turn right onto the service road headed to Quezon Blvd where a Pay Parking compound is situated somewhere before pedestrian overpass. What I do whenever I go to Quiapo is to park at customers' parking of Andok's Restaurant, which is located past pedestrian overpass before C.M. Recto Avenue. I would have some meal then I walk towards Quiapo Church.
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    7 Dec 2011

    Christmas Lanes 2011: From EDSA To Greenhills

  • 7 Dec 2011
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  • Christmas Lanes are alternate routes created by MMDA to help private motorists get around Metro Manila to avoid traffic during Christmas Season. Also known as Mabuhay Lanes, these alternate routes are also used all year round.

    Here's how to get to Greenhills from EDSA via one of the Christmas Lanes. Take southbound lane of EDSA and turn right onto Connecticut. If you're not familiar, here are the landmarks. MRT-3 Santolan Station is the nearest train station. Drive past MRT-3 Station. First road to the right of EDSA next to MRT-3 Station is Annapolis Street. Drive past Annapolis Street and turn right onto the next street which is Connecticut. There's a Caltex Gasoline Station at the right corner of EDSA and Connecticut. Opposite Caltex, at the left corner is KFC. Approximate distance between Annapolis Street and Connecticut Street is 550 meters. Drive on Connecticut up to the next junction. Connecticut makes left while a short road appears to the right. You can take Connecticut all the way to its other end which is in Ortigas Avenue. Turn right onto Ortigas Avenue. Keep driving straight and turn right onto Wilson Street and look for a parking entrance. What I do is to take Club Filipino which is past Wilson Street. In Club Filipino I turn right onto the next street to Ortigas Avenue inside Greenhills Shopping Center Complex and immediately right there is the parking area. Back in Connecticut, you can also make right at the road to the right that I've mentioned earlier. Then make right and them left towards Greenhills Shopping Center and follow the road where a lot of Parking Buildings are located along the street.
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    Christmas Lanes 2011: From EDSA To Baclaran

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  • Here's how to get to Baclaran via new Christmas Lane also known as Mabuhay Lanes.

    Take EDSA's southbound lane and drive all the way past Magallanes to Pasay driving on lanes under "Baclaran" road signs. Take the "left turn flyover" next to Magallanes flyover. This flyover is bound for NAIA and Domestic Airport and will take you to Aurora Blvd (Pasay) also known as Tramo. Drive all the way to the other end of Aurora Blvd and turn right onto Airport Road also known as Andrews Avenue in which Aurora Blvd ends. In Airport Road, drive all way past Domestic Road, a main road perpendicular to the left and then cross Quirino Avenue, a major intersection with traffic lights, and then turn right onto the service road of Roxas Blvd.

    Now, you're headed to Redemptorist Church and Redemptorist Road. Turn right onto Redemptorist Road and head towards the gate of Redemptorist Church, make right and park your car right there.

    Here's a tip. Parking your car inside Baclaran Church is safe alright, but getting out is a headache because of traffic. What I do every time I go to Baclaran to buy some stuff is to park in front of McDonald's. I would have some snack, leave the car there, do some shopping and bring them all back to my car. I sometimes hired pedicab when I have too much to carry. That way, getting out of Baclaran is a breeze. I just take either service road of Roxas Blvd and turn right onto EDSA or take Roxas Blvd on my way home to QC.
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    6 Dec 2011

    Jeepney Route Bound For Eastwood City Libis

  • 6 Dec 2011
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  • Jeepney bound for Eastwood City
    The jeepneys that ply the route that passes by Eastwood City have signboards in their front that read any of the following: "EVER Rosario Citibank Libis Eastwood", "De Castro Rosario Floodway" "Citibank Libis IPI Eastwood" and "EVER Rosario De Castro".

    The stopover or loading/unloading for commuters going to Eastwood City is along General Romulo Avenue near corner Aurora Boulevard in Cubao. You can also ride this jeepney along General Romulo Avenue opposite Ali Mall. So, by train, you can get to Eastwood City through the nearest MRT/LRT stations, commute wise,



    which are MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station and LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station. For driving directions, go to Driving Directions To Eastwood City


    How To Commute To Eastwood City From LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station






    This station is located at Aurora Blvd and connected to Gateway Mall. If you got off the train bound for Santolan Station, go down the station and walk along Aurora Boulevard's Santolan bound lane or towards the direction of the train you've ridden until you get to the corner of General Romulo Avenue. See map below. The purple arrow is the direction you take from the station.

    There's a road sign at Aurora cor Gen Romulo as you can see in our second photo below. Also, a Mercury Drug branch is located at the corner of Aurora Boulevard and General Romulo Avenue. If you got off the train bound for Recto Station, walk back towards the origin of the train you've ridden. Walk across General Romulo (Mercury Drug side) and ride a jeepney with any of the aforementioned signs.

    You can also ride a free shuttle bound for Ali Mall opposite loading area for this jeepney. Get inside Gateway Mall, walk towards the opposite end, go down the ground level, exit the mall, the shuttle terminal is right there as you exit. Ride the jeep. Pay minimum and alight at Eastwood City where a pedestrian overpass is located. You will easily know that you're nearing Eastwood City as its tall buildings are
    Aurora Blvd cor Gen Romulo Ave Cubao
    visible from the distance. The jeepney unloading zone in Eastwood City is located just opposite MDC 100 and Citibank buildings with their names visible from the distance. Use the pedestrian overpass to get to Eastwood Avenue, the main road of Eastwood City perpendicular to C-5 where MDC 100 and Citibank Building are located at both corners. Click here to get walking directions from Eastwood Avenue corner C-5 to different destinations inside Eastwood City.






    In the map is the purple arrow towards the jeepney loading areas. You can see 4 jeepney markers.
    Blue arrows are directions from MRT Station. Take either of the two directions.

    How To Commute To Eastwood City From MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station





    This station is located at EDSA and connected to Farmers Plaza. After getting off the train, get inside Farmers Plaza and use the footbridge that links Farmers Plaza to Smart Araneta Coliseum. Follow the directional signs pointing to Araneta Coliseum and Gateway Mall. Exit to the other side of Smart Araneta Coliseum. Refer to the map above. The blue arrow is the walking direction you take from MRT and Farmers Plaza to get to the jeepney loading areas along Romulo. To get there, walk across General Aguinaldo Avenue towards ShopWise. Go to the back of ShopWise via General Roxas Avenue or General McArthur Avenue, the roads that bordered ShopWise to the north and south, respectively.


    Walk further past Araneta Center Bus Terminal eastward until you get to General Romulo Avenue. Ride a jeepney with any of the aforementioned signs. Pay minimum and alight at Eastwood City where a pedestrian overpass is located. You will easily know that you're nearing Eastwood City as its tall buildings are visible from the distance. The jeepney unloading zone for Eastwood City goers is located just opposite MDC 100 and Citibank buildings with their names visible from the distance. Use the pedestrian overpass to get to Eastwood Avenue, the main road of Eastwood City perpendicular to C-5 where MDC 100 and Citibank Building are located at both corners. Click here to get walking directions from Eastwood Avenue corner C-5 to different destinations inside Eastwood City. You can also ride a free shuttle from Smart Araneta Coliseum to Ali Mall. Once you enter Gateway Mall from walkway inside Aranetea Coliseum, go down to the ground floor, exit the mall. The shuttle terminal is just in front of the Gateway Mall entrance.


    How To Get To Eastwood City From Different Locations Of Metro Manila


    Route #1

    From Alabang, Muntinlupa, Pacita, Festival Mall, Filinvest City, Metropolis Starmall, Sucat and provinces of Batangas, Laguna and Quezon including areas near to these locations.

    Jeepney with "De Castro Citibank Rosario" sign
    Option 1. Ride a bus with "Cubao Ibabaw" sign. If you're from far distant province like those mentioned above, you need to get to Alabang where you can ride one of these buses. This is the first route if you prefer to get to the first stop, which is Cubao, by bus. Get off the bus at the unloading station in Farmer's Plaza where MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao is connected. You can always, ask the conductor to drop you off at Farmer's. A lot of passengers alight there, too. And the bus will stay there a little bit longer to pick up more passengers. Get inside Farmer's Plaza Mall, go up the second floor, use the footbridge that connects Farmer's Plaza and Smart Araneta Coliseum, then follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station". You can also walk to the back of Farmers Plaza and walk past Araneta Coliseum towards General Romulo Avenue.

    Option 2. But if you want to travel fast, then you can ride any bus bound for north of Metro Manila e.g. Monumento, Fairview, Novaliches, etc. Alight at Magallanes Station of MRT-3, ride a north bound train and alight at Araneta Center Cubao Station. Go inside the mall connected to MRT Araneta Center Station. That's Farmer's Plaza. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Route #2

    From Caloocan, Monumento, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela, Ever Gotesco Grand Central, Bagong Barrio and other nearby areas.

    Jeepney Loading/Unloading in Eastwood City
    Ride bus bound for south of Metro Manila, e.g. "Baclaran Cubao Ibabaw", Alabang Cubao Ibabaw", "Ayala Leveriza Cubao Ibabaw", "Sucat Cubao Ibabaw", etc. Take note of the words "Cubao Ibabaw" on the sign of the bus. Don't ride "Cubao Ilalim" bus as it will not pass by Aurora Boulevard. Get off the bus as it stops before Aurora Boulevard. Walk across EDSA towards Aurora Boulevard corner EDSA. Walk further along along Aurora Boulevard past Gateway Mall and LRT-2 Araneta Center Station until you get to General Romulo Street. It's approximately 600 meters from EDSA to General Romulo. If it's way too far for you to walk, then ride jeepney with "Marikina" sign and alight at General Romulo. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Route #3

    From Bulacan, Pampanga, Subic, Tarlac and other Northern Luzon provinces.

    Eastwood Avenue road sign in Eastwood City
    Option 1. Ride bus bound for Manila via NLEX and alight at Balintawak. In Balintawak along EDSA, ride a bus bound for south of Metro Manila, e.g. "Baclaran Cubao Ibabaw", Alabang Cubao Ibabaw", "Ayala Leveriza Cubao Ibabaw", "Sucat Cubao Ibabaw", etc. Take note of the words "Cubao Ibabaw" on the sign of the bus. Don't ride "Cubao Ilalim" bus as it will not pass by Aurora Boulevard. Get off the bus at the unloading area in EDSA-Aurora Boulevard intersection. Walk across EDSA towards Aurora Boulevard corner EDSA. Walk further along along Aurora Boulevard past Gateway Mall and LRT-2 Araneta Center Station until you get to General Romulo Street. It's approximately 600 meters from EDSA to General Romulo. If it's way too far for you to walk, then ride jeepney with "Marikina" sign and alight at General Romulo. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Option 2. There are some FX bound for Trinoma and SM North EDSA from some locations in these provinces especially in Bulacan. For commuters coming from those areas, ride one of those FX and once you get to either SM North City or Trinoma, just walk to MRT-3 North Station. Ride a train bound for Taft and alight at Araneta Center Cubao Station. Go inside the mall connected to MRT Araneta Center Station. That's Farmer's Plaza. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Route #4

    From Novaliches, Fairview, UP Diliman, Ayala UP Technohub, SM Fairview, Philcoa, Elliptical Road of Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City Hall and other nearby areas.

    Ride bus bound for south of Metro Manila, e.g. "Baclaran Cubao Ibabaw", Alabang Cubao Ibabaw", "Ayala Leveriza Cubao Ibabaw", "Sucat Cubao Ibabaw", etc. Take note of the words "Cubao Ibabaw" on the sign of the bus. Don't ride "Cubao Ilalim" bus as it will not pass by Aurora Boulevard. Get off the bus at the unloading area in EDSA-Aurora Boulevard intersection. Walk across EDSA towards Aurora Boulevard corner EDSA. Walk further along along Aurora Boulevard past Gateway Mall and LRT-2 Araneta Center Station until you get to General Romulo Street. It's approximately 600 meters from EDSA to General Romulo. If it's way too far for you to walk, then ride jeepney with "Marikina" sign and alight at General Romulo. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Route #5

    From Marikina, Antipolo, Santolan, Sta. Lucia East, Robinson's Metro East, Katipunan, Anonas and other areas nearby.

    Walk jeepney or FX bound for Cubao. Usually, jeepneys headed for Cubao has signs that read "Divisoria", "Recto", "Stop & Shop" etc. Get off the jeepney at the corner of Aurora Boulevard and General Romulo. Walk across Aurora Boulevard and ride the jeep bound for Eastwood along General Romulo near corner Aurora Boulevard, Mercury Drug side. Follow direction given above.

    Route #6

    From Munoz, Roosevelt, Congressional, Project 2-3, Project 6, Project 7, Project 8 and nearby areas.

    Ride any jeepney, FX or take taxi going to EDSA. At the south bound lane of EDSA, ride bus bound for south of Metro Manila, e.g. "Baclaran Cubao Ibabaw", Alabang Cubao Ibabaw", "Ayala Leveriza Cubao Ibabaw", "Sucat Cubao Ibabaw", etc. Take note of the words "Cubao Ibabaw" on the sign of the bus. Don't ride "Cubao Ilalim" bus as it will not pass by Aurora Boulevard. Get off the bus at the unloading area in EDSA-Aurora Boulevard intersection. Walk across EDSA towards Aurora Boulevard corner EDSA. Walk further along along Aurora Boulevard past Gateway Mall and LRT-2 Araneta Center Station until you get to General Romulo Street. It's approximately 600 meters from EDSA to General Romulo. If it's way too far for you to walk, then ride jeepney with "Marikina" sign and alight at General Romulo. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Route #7

    From Quiapo, Carriedo, Escolta, Morayta, C.M. Recto and areas nearby.

    Option 1. Takes longer time on getting to Eastwood City. Ride a bus with "Cainta" or "Taytay" at bus stop located in Quiapo along Quezon Blvd near pedestrian overpass or opposite Quiapo Church. When conductor asks for your destination, say "IPI". It's a long journey. You will pass by SM City Sta Mesa, San Juan, Greenhills, then the bus will cross EDSA. Next to EDSA is Meralco Avenue intersection with traffic lights. After that watch for Ortigas Avenue C-5 flyover interchange. That's the only interchange after EDSA Ortigas flyovers. Get off the bus after it cross C-5. Walk across Ortigas Avenue and ride jeepney with "Cubao" or "Eastwood" sign. Alight at Eastwood Avenue. Your landmarks? A lot of tall buildings, two of them are Citibank and MDC 100 which are visible from afar.

    Option 2. Faster. Ride a train bound for Santolan Station at LRT-2 Recto Station. Alight at Areneta Center Cubao Station. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station"

    Route #8

    From Mabini & Del Pilar in Ermita/Malate, Harrison Plaza, Pablo Ocampo aka Vito Cruz, La Salle, San Andres, Quirino Avenue Taft, Pedro Gil Taft, PGH, Robinson's Place Manila, SM Manila, Intramuros, Manila City Hall and other areas nearby.

    Option 1. Ride a jeepney with "Cubao" sign. You can ride one of these jeepneys along north bound lane of Taft Avenue, in Pablo Ocampo aka Vito Cruz near corner Harrison Street, along Adriatico between Rizal Memorial and Harrison Plaza, between Central Bank and Harrison Plaza, along Mabini Street in Ermita and Malate and along Padre Burgos that borders Manila City Hall. Alight at Aurora Boulevard in Cubao and walk your way towards General Romulo Avenue. Then ride the jeepney bound for Eastwood City.

    Option 2. Ride a train bound for Roosevelt Station at any LRT-1 Station near to you, e.g., Vito Cruz Station, Quirino Avenue Station, Pedro Gil Station, U.N. Avenue Station and Arroceros Central Terminal Station. Alight at Roosevelt Station. At the south bound lane of EDSA, ride bus bound for south of Metro Manila, e.g. "Baclaran Cubao Ibabaw", Alabang Cubao Ibabaw", "Ayala Leveriza Cubao Ibabaw", "Sucat Cubao Ibabaw", etc. Take note of the words "Cubao Ibabaw" on the sign of the bus. Don't ride "Cubao Ilalim" bus as it will not pass by Aurora Boulevard. Get off the bus at the unloading area in EDSA-Aurora Boulevard intersection. Walk across EDSA towards Aurora Boulevard corner EDSA. Walk further along along Aurora Boulevard past Gateway Mall and LRT-2 Araneta Center Station until you get to General Romulo Street. It's approximately 600 meters from EDSA to General Romulo. If it's way too far for you to walk, then ride jeepney with "Marikina" sign and alight at General Romulo. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Route #9

    From SM Mall of Asia or MOA, Blue Wave Macapagal, SMX, SM Arena, Microtel and other places near these locations.

    Ride a jeepney with "Malibay" sign at SM MOA Jeepney and FX Terminal located in front SM Department Store or along EDSA Extension near Macapagal Boulevard. Alight at the unloading area near MRT Taft Station. Ride an MRT train bound for North Station at MRT-3 Taft Station. Alight at Araneta Center Cubao Station. Get inside the mall connected to MRT Araneta Center Station. That's Farmer's Plaza. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Route #10

    From Makati, Greenbelt, Glorietta, Buendia, Guadalupe, Fort Bonifacio, Market Market, J.P, Rizal, Makati Avenue, Ayala Avenue, Mandaluyong, Boni Pioneer, Shaw Boulevard, Pasig, Kalentong, Gabby's, Shangri-La Plaza, Greenfield, EDSA Crossing, Megamall, Ortigas Center, Tiendesitas, Greenhill and other areas near to these locations.

    Ride a jeepney, FX or taxi bound for nearest MRT-3 Station e.g., Magallanes Station, Ayala Station, Buendia Station, Guadalupe Station, Boni Station, Shaw Blvd Station and Ortigas Station. Ride a train bound for North Station and alight at Araneta Center Cubao Station. Get inside the mall connected to MRT Araneta Center Station. That's Farmer's Plaza. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Route #11

    From Recto, Binondo, Divisoria, Legarda, FEU, Morayta, Sampaloc, Nagtahan, Pureza, V. Mapa, SM City Sta Mesa, Central Colleges of the Philippines, UERM, San Juan, Araneta Avenue, Gilmore and other areas near to these locations.

    Option 1. Ride a jeepney with "Marikina" sign that plies the route from Divisoria via Recto Avenue, Ramon Magsaysay Blvd and Aurora Blvd. Get off the jeep right at the corner of Aurora Blvd and General Romulo Avenue in Cubao. Ride the jeep bound for Eastwood City along General Romulo near corner Aurora Boulevard, Mercury Drug side. Alternatively, from Legarda, FEU, Morayta, Pureza, V. Mapa, SM City Sta Mesa and other places nearby, you can take the bus bound for Taytay or Cainta that passes by along Recto and Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard. Please read direction in Route #7 Option 1.

    Option 2. For fast travel, take LRT-2 train bound for Santolan Station at any nearest station e.g., Recto Station, Legarda Station, Pureza Station, V. Mapa Station and Gilmore Station. Alight at Araneta Center Cubao Station. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Route #12

    From Greenhills and Robinson's Galleria in Ortigas.

    Along Ortigas Avenue, take a bus or jeepney with any of these signs: "Cainta", "Taytay", "Rosario Junction", "Ever". Alight at IPI. It's the area at the corner of C-5 and Ortigas Avenue after the bus crossed C-5. You will easily know that you're approaching C-5 because there are flyovers and overpasses at the intersection of Ortigas Avenue and C-5. Walk across Ortigas Avenue and ride jeepney with "Cubao" or "Eastwood" sign. Alight at Eastwood Avenue. Your landmarks? A lot of tall buildings, two of them are Citibank and MDC 100 which are visible from afar.

    Route #13

    From Tagaytay and places in Cavite such Dasmarinas, Imus, Bacoor, Kawit, etc.

    Ride a jeepney, bus or FX bound for Manila and alight at Baclaran. Ride a bus with any of these signs: "Monumento", "Novaliches" or "Fairview".

    Option 1. Faster. Get off the bus at unloading area near MRT-3 Taft Station. Ride a train bound for North Station. Alight at MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station. Get inside the mall connected to MRT Araneta Center Station. That's Farmer's Plaza. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Option 2. By bus, takes longer in the road. Ride the same bus from Baclaran but there must be also secondary sign in front of the bus that reads "Cubao Ibabaw". Do not ride bus with "Cubao Ilalim" sign as it will not pass by Araneta Coliseum. Get off the bus at Farmers Plaza, the mall connected to MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station. Get inside Farmers Plaza Mall, go up the second level and use the footbridge that links Farmer's Plaza to Smart Araneta Coliseum. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From MRT-3 Araneta Center Cubao Station".

    Route #14

    From Timog Avenue, IL Terrazzo Mall, Tomas MOrato and nearby areas.

    Take jeepney that passes through Timog, Tomas Morato and Kamuning. The sign of this jeepney reads "Project 2-3". It comes from Welcome Rotunda, turns right onto Timog Avenue from Quezon Avenue, turns right onto Tomas Morato via Boy Scout Circle then turns left on Kamuning. Get off the jeepney at EDSA. Ride a bus with secondary sign that reads "Cubao Ibabaw". Don't ride "Cubao Ilalim" bus as it will not pass by Aurora Boulevard. Get off the bus as it stops before Aurora Boulevard. Walk across EDSA towards Aurora Boulevard corner EDSA. Walk further along along Aurora Boulevard past Gateway Mall and LRT-2 Araneta Center Station until you get to General Romulo Street. It's approximately 600 meters from EDSA to General Romulo. If it's way too far for you to walk, then ride jeepney with "Marikina" sign and alight at General Romulo. Follow direction given above in "How To Commute To Eastwood City From LRT-2 Araneta Center Cubao Station". If your location along Timog is towards EDSA, you can walk your way to EDSA or ride a jeepney with "Fairvew" sign from Cubao that turns right onto Timog Avenue from Ybardolaza Street. In EDSA, either take MRT-3 train bound for Taft and alight at Araneta Center Cubao Station or ride a bus from Fairview that turns left from East Avenue to EDSA.

    Walk Direction From Eastwood Avenue corner C-5 to Spots in Eastwood City


    On both corners of Eastwood Avenue and C-5 are Citibank Building and MDC 100 Tower, respectively. Walk along Eastwood Avenue from C-5. Next to Citibank is Eastwood Corporate Plaza building, followed by IBM Plaza building. The fourth building along Eastwood Avenue to the right is Eastwood Cybermall aka Cyber & Fashion Mall and it is connected to Eastwood City Walk 1 & 2 via footbridge. In the ground level, Eastwood Walk of Fame and Activity Center or Central Plaza are located to the right as Eastwood Avenue turns to left. There's a road perpendicular to the right of Eastwood Avenue next to Eastwood Cybermall. This road is called E-Commerce Road. Global One Center is the tall building at the far end of E-Commerce Road. Either from Cyber & Fashion Mall or Walk of Fame, you can get to Eastwood Cinemas. If you take the ground level, you get to see various restaurants and fast food outlets. Walk further along Eastwood Avenue and go right on Orchard Road to get to Eastwood Mall, Eastwood Central Plaza, Eastwood Show Rooms & Model Units, Eastwood Richmonde Hotel, E-Commerce Plaza and Food Junction. McDonald's is at the corner of Eastwood Avenue and Orchard Road. Keep walking straight on Eastwood Avenue from Cyber & Fashion Mall up to the other end of Eastwood Avenue if you're going to Holy Family Chapel. The buildings to the left of Eastwood Avenue are Lafayette 1, Lafayette 2, Lafayette 3 and The Palazzo. At the back of Eastwood Mall, to the right of Orchard Road are: Techno Plaza 2, Techno Plaza 1, Fitness First and Informatics. One Orchard Road and Olympic Heights are alongside Holy Family Chapel. For more help, please see Eastwood building map below.


    Eastwood City Building Map with the three Jeepney Loading & Unloading Areas
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    1 Dec 2011

    Where To Park For Grand Fiesta Manila 2011 Celebration

  • 1 Dec 2011
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  • In our article entitled Driving Directions To Newport City, you get to know how to drive from different locations in Metro Manila to Newport City where Resort World Manila is located. Resort World Manila is the entertainment complex in which Grand Fiesta Manila 2011 is being held this Christmas Season.

    One of vintage cars in Grand Fiesta Manila 2011
    If you're heading to Resort World for Grand Fiesta Manila 2011 Celebration, the best parking area is the one located inside Resort World itself. From Resort Dr, turn right onto Newport Boulevard. This parking is also adjacent to the casino and Rupubliq. Resort World Manila is located to your left along Newport Boulevard as indicated by Resort World neon sign at the top of the building. The parking entrance is located at the other end of the building near corner Sales Road. Make left towards the driveway to parking entrance.

    Map below illustrates driving directions from Andrews Avenue to the multilevel parking of Resort World Manila. To get driving direction from your location to Resort World Manila, click Driving Directions To Newport City

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    20 Nov 2011

    Driving Directions To Newport City

  • 20 Nov 2011
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  • Newport City is home to a luxury casino resort called Resort World Manila, two world class hotels by the name of Maxims and Marriott, a popular night club and one of the most popular entertainment destinations in Manila called Republiq, a mall of prestigious international brands which is Newport Mall, state of the art theater of Newport Ultra Cinema, a cyberpark and countless residential villas. It is located at the corner of Sales Road and Andrews Avenue through which visitors from far distant locations pass before taking the main road to the commercial hub. It is accessible via Skyway through NAIA-3 Exit and a short drive away from Fort Bonifacio Global City. Here are directional guides on how to go to Newport City from different locations in Metro Manila and nearby provinces. See map below this post.


    How To Get To Newport City By Car






    Route #1

    From Caloocan, Monumento, Malabon, Navotas, Pampanga, Bulacan, Tarlac and other Northern Luzon provinces.

    Option 1: Via EDSA - This is the route to take from EDSA's southbound lane. From the provinces mentioned, take the NLEX. From NLEX take EDSA's south bound lane or the lane going to Makati, Cubao, Roxas Boulevard and Baclaran. In NLEX, pass under the EDSA Balintawak/Cloverleaf Bridge, change lane to the right and as soon as you drove past EDSA bridge, turn right onto the dedicated lane going to EDSA's south bound lane. From Caloocan, Malabon, and Navotas, take EDSA. Stay on EDSA and drive all the way to Makati where you will turn left onto SLEX aka President Osmena Highway via Magallanes Interchange. Stay to the middle of EDSA and pass through EDSA-Quezon flyover, EDSA-Kamuning flyover, Cubao Underpass, EDSA-Santolan flyover, EDSA-Ortigas flyover, EDSA-Shaw Underpass, Guadalupe Bridge and EDSA-Ayala Tunnel. After Ayala Tunnel is EDSA-Magallanes Interchange.




    Choose the lane with "Alabang SLEX" road sign. It's the flyover to the right of Magallanes Bridge. In the flyover, choose the lane with "Alabang SLEX" road sign above it which is to your left. So, as soon as you get onto the flyover stay to the left because a lane going to Manila with road sign that reads "Manila" will occur at flyover. And you must avoid getting onto that lane. Now in Osmena Highway, avoid getting onto the Entry ramp of skyway. But stay to the rightmost lane of Osmena Highway. Approximately 2 kilometers past Magallanes Interchange, and before the Skyway Crossover Interchange (shown in second photo), turn right onto the service road going to Sales Road, the main road that runs through beneath Skyway NAIA-3 Exit ramp. Drive into Sales Road past "The Air Force Course" gate. Once you get to Sales Road, drive further underneath Skyway ramp until the road turn right and road name changes to Andrews Avenue. Before Sales Road turns right, Newport Boulevard appears to the right. As of this writing, Newport Boulevard is one way towards Sales. But they might change it into two way so I suggest to observe as you get near it and use this road. Otherwise, keep driving straight on Andrews Avenue and then turn right onto Resort Drive, the main road of Newport City from Andrews Avenue.

    Option 2: Via C5 - From Northern Luzon provinces mentioned above, exit NLEX via Mindanao Avenue Exit. Take Mindanao Avenue - NLEX Road and eventually Mindanao Avenue. Pass through Quirino Tunnel. Note: These are all in one main road from NLEX. Drive all the way past Tandang Sora and cross Congressional Avenue, a wide main road (with traffic lights). From EDSA Caloocan or Monumento, take Quirino Avenue towards Novaliches but turn right onto Tandang Sora, then turn right again onto Mindanao Avenue and cross Congressional Avenue. Immediately make a U-Turn to get back towards Congressional Avenue. Turn right onto Congressional. (Note: This direction is by virtue of the fact that as of this writing, there are no left turns in Mindanao and Congressional intersection.) Now in Congressional, cross Visayas Avenue, another wide road intersecting Congressional Avenue (with traffic lights). Your next turn is Tandang Sora Avenue. Remember: Tandang Sora Avenue is approximately 625 meters from Visayas Avenue. A lot of motorists turn right onto Tandang Sora. There are many road signs pointing to Tandang Sora which is a little bit narrow and runs diagonal from Congressional. Now, turn right onto Tandang Sora Avenue. Next main intersection to cross is Commonwealth Avenue, the so called "killer highway" because of its being the widest road in the Philippines. It is easy to notice you're approaching Commonwealth Avenue because there's a flyover above it. Traffic in this intersection is moderate to heavy. Go cross Commonwealth Avenue. Now, after crossing Commonwealth Avenue, Tandang Sora Avenue bends to the left as it merges a little bit with Commonwealth Avenue and then separate again in a diagonal way. Just follow the road direction. Traffic here is sometimes heavy because of public jeepneys that stand right at the corner, but after that it's gonna be smooth sailing. Tandang Sora Avenue becomes Katipunan Avenue in area where you will conspicuously see Manila Water Head Office signage that stands in the center island of now widened road. This area is popularly known as MWSS and you get to see another sign of Maynilad. Now, stay to the middle and watch for road signs above and take the lane below Eastwood City sign. You get to pass through Katipunan Aurora Boulevard Flyover, Libis Boni Serrano Katipunan Tunnel and Boni Serrano Libis Flyover, and then Eastwood City skyline becomes very visible from the distance. Drive past Eastwood City all the way to Fort Bonifacio Global City Taguig. Follow direction given in Route #6, starting there in part where you will be crossing Pasig River.

    Route #2

    From Alabang, Muntinlupa, Festival Mall, Filinvest City, Metropolis Starmall, provinces of Batangas, Laguna, Quezon and other areas nearby.

    Take the skyway and drive all the way past Bicutan exit. Next to Bicutan Exit is NAIA-3 Exit. From the distance while traversing skyway, after Bicutan Exit, you will see another flyover crossing above the skyway. It's the NAIA-3 Exit running from your lane. Change lane to the right and take the lane going to NAIA-3 Exit. Stay to the middle and drive on the smooth winding descent of the skyway. The road will turn right and as soon as it turn right, road name changed to Andrews Avenue. Turn right onto Resort Drive, the main road of Newport City from Andrews Avenue.

    Route #3

    From Robinson's Place Manila in Ermita, Hyatt Hotel, Eurotel, Mabini Street and M.H. Del Pilar Street Ermita and places nearby.

    From Robinson's Place Manila, take Adriatico Street and cross Pedro Gil Street. From Hyatt, take Pedro Gil, turn right onto Adriatico. From M.H. Del Pilar, left on Pedro Gil and right onto Adriatico. Mabini, rignt onto Pedro Gil and right onto Adriatico. In Adriatico turn left on street next to Pedro Gil which is General Malvar. Drive on General Malvar all the way and cross Taft, the main road where LRT-1 track passes through. After crossing Taft Avenue, you will cross Leon Guinto Street, then Felipe Agoncillo Street. Next to Agoncillo is San Marcelino Street. Turn right onto San Marcelino. San Marcelino is one way so stay to the middle and cross Nakpil and Remedios streets. After crossing Remedios Street change lane to the left and turn left on Quirino Avenue. From Quirino Avenue, turn right onto President Osmena Highway and drive all the way to Makati. You will cross San Andres Street, P. Ocampo Street and then Zobel Roxas Street. Next to Zobel Roxas is Gil Puyat Flyover. Pass through Gil Puyat Flyover. Upon descent of the flyover, change lane to the rightmost if you're taking the Skyway.

    Option 1. After your descent of Gil Puyat Flyover, carefully change lane to the rightmost of Osmena Highway to pass through the ramp of the Skyway which is a little bit closer to Gil Puyat Flyover. Take the Skyway all the way past Magallanes Interchange after which, you must change lane to the right and watch for "NAIA-3 Exit". Take "NAIA-3" exit and drive on the smooth descent of the skyway ramp. The road will turn right and as soon as it turn right, road name changed to Andrews Avenue. Turn right onto Resort Drive, the main road of Newport City from Andrews Avenue.

    Option 2. Drive past Skyway Entry Ramp and pass through Magallanes Interchange. Approximately 2 kilometers past Magallanes Interchange, and before the Skyway Crossover Interchange (shown in picture here), turn right onto the service road going to Sales Road, the main road that runs through beneath Skyway NAIA-3 Exit ramp. Drive into Sales Road past "The Air Force Course" gate. Once you get to Sales Road, drive further underneath Skyway ramp until the road turn right and road name changes to Andrews Avenue. Before Sales Road turns right, Newport Boulevard appears to the right. As of this writing, Newport Boulevard is one way towards Sales. But they might change it into two way so I suggest to observe as you get near it and use this road. Otherwise, keep driving straight on Andrews Avenue and then turn right onto Resort Drive, the main road of Newport City from Andrews Avenue.

    Route #4

    From Greenhills Shopping Center

    Take Wilson Street, the main road that intersects Ortigas Avenue from Greenhill Shopping Center. There are traffic lights at Ortigas Avenue and Wilson Street intersection. Drive all the way and turn left on P. Guevara Street. Next turn from P. Guevara is Luna Mencias, one of the four roads of a junction up ahead. If you're not familiar here, it's very tricky so read the details of this route, CLICK HERE. Take Luna Mencias and turn right onto Shaw Boulevard where Mencias ends. Turn left on the first road perpendicular to the left of Shaw Boulevard. This street is F. Martinez Aveneu which ends in Maysilo Circle, a rotunda where Mandaluyong City Hall is located. Turn right onto Maysilo to go with the traffic flow, drive past Boni Avenue, then turn right onto the road that continues F. Martinez Avenue to the opposite side of Maysilo Circle which is San Francisco Street. Turn left on Coronado Street, the road by the Pasig River where San Francisco Street ends. Take Mandaluyong-Makati Bridge to get across Pasig River towards Makati. Turn left on J.P. Rizal, drive all the way to Estrella, the road opposite another bridge that crosses Pasig River. Turn right onto Estrella, drive all the way to EDSA, make right there. Drive to the leftmost lane of EDSA and make a U-Turn on the only U-Turn slot under the Kalayaan Flyover before MRT-3 Buendia Station. Now in southbound lane of EDSA, turn right onto Kalayaan Avenue, through which Kalayaan Flyover passes. Take the Service Road of Kalayaan which is the rightmost lane, turn right onto 32nd Street, then turn right onto 5th Avenue. Stay to the middle of 5th Avenue, drive all the way. Road name becomes Lawton Avenue and it crosses Osmena Highway aka SLEX. Follow it until you traverse Sales Road, the road that continues Lawton Avenue across SLEX where Skyway also runs. Sales Road turns right and road name changes to Andrews Avenue at Newport City area which is located right at the corner of Sales Road and Andrews Avenue. Before Sales Road turns right, Newport Boulevard appears to the right. As of this writing, Newport Boulevard is one way towards Sales. But they might change it into two way so I suggest to observe as you get near it and use this road. Otherwise, keep driving straight on Andrews Avenue and then turn right onto Resort Drive, the main road of Newport City from Andrews Avenue.

    Route #5

    From Rockwell Center and Power Plant Mall

    Take the exit to Estrella Street. Drive on Estrella Street towards EDSA. Turn right onto Estrella, drive all the way to EDSA, make right there. Drive to the leftmost lane of EDSA and make a U-Turn on the only U-Turn slot under the Kalayaan Flyover before MRT-3 Buendia Station. Now in southbound lane of EDSA, turn right onto Kalayaan Avenue, through which Kalayaan Flyover passes. Take the Service Road of Kalayaan which is the rightmost lane, turn right onto 32nd Street, then turn right onto 5th Avenue. Stay to the middle of 5th Avenue, drive all the way. Road name becomes Lawton Avenue and it crosses Osmena Highway aka SLEX. Follow it until you traverse Sales Road, the road that continues Lawton Avenue across SLEX where Skyway also runs. Sales Road turns right and road name changes to Andrews Avenue at Newport City area which is located right at the corner of Sales Road and Andrews Avenue. Before Sales Road turns right, Newport Boulevard appears to the right. As of this writing, Newport Boulevard is one way towards Sales. But they might change it into two way so I suggest to observe as you get near it and use this road. Otherwise, keep driving straight on Andrews Avenue and then turn right onto Resort Drive, the main road of Newport City from Andrews Avenue.

    Route #6

    From Eastwood City in Libis Quezon City. Note: If you will be coming from Tiendesitas, take C-5 and follow direction below.

    Before you drive to Newport City, you might consider taking the free shuttle bus from Eastwood City to Newport City and vice versa. For information on this free shuttle, please go to information counter located at the ground level of Eastwood Mall beneath the escalator. There's also free shuttle from Tiendesitas in front of McDonald's. To drive to Newport City from Eastwood City, take the southbound lane of C-5 aka Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue. From inside Eastwood City, take Eastwood Avenue towards C-5. Turn right onto C-5 and immediately make a U-Turn at the first U-Turn slot to take the southbound lane. Drive all the way to Fort Bonifacio Global City, passing through Ortigas Flyover and another flyover in Pasig. After that, you will be crossing Pasig River and then C-5 becomes Carlos P. Garcia Avenue. Always follow the lane below road signs that read SLEX. Drive past Kalayaan Avenue, a main intersection next to J.P. Rizal Extension. After you drove past Kalayaan Avenue, you will be passing by Market Market to your right and then you will be passing under overpass that crosses C-5. This overpass is for motorists driving from 26th Street, Fort Bonifacio towards the northbound lane of C-5 and your taking southbound. That's why you get to pass under the overpass. Approximately 875 meters past 26th Street Overpass is Upper McKinley Road, perpendicular to the right of C-5 aka Carlos P. Garcia Avenue. Turn right onto Upper McKinley. I gave you the approximate distance so make sure you're on the right lane upon approach to Upper McKinley Road. Otherwise, you will be headed to Alabang. This is the route for all private motorists and quite a lot of vehicles will also take this road and you can make out the Upper McKinley road sign from the distance. Drive all the way to the opposite end of Upper McKinley which is in Lawton Avenue. Turn left on Lawton Avenue and drive all the way to SLEX where the Skyway elevated highway is visible upon approach to SLEX. Go cross SLEX via overpass that crosses it. After you crossed SLEX, take Sales Road, the road that bends to the left past SLEX and runs right underneath the Skyway NAIA-3 Exit Ramp. Sales Road turns right approximately past 900 meters and road name changes to Andrews Avenue at Newport City area which is located right at the corner of Sales Road and Andrews Avenue. Before Sales Road turns right, Newport Boulevard appears to the right. As of this writing, Newport Boulevard is one way towards Sales. But they might change it into two way so I suggest to observe as you get near it and use this road. Otherwise, keep driving straight on Andrews Avenue and then turn right onto Resort Drive, the main road of Newport City from Andrews Avenue. Now you're in Newport City. Follow direction to parking area.

    Route #7

    From SM City San Lazaro, UST, Espana, Nagtahan and areas nearby.

    SM San Lazaro and UST - take Lacson Avenue towards Nagtahan Flyover. Espana - left or right to Lacson towards Nagtahan depending on what lane you're taking. Drive on Lacson Avenue and pass through Nagtahan Bridge. Road name becomes President Quirino Avenue past Nagtahan Bridge. After Zamora Street (intersection with traffic lights) Quirino Avenue bends to the right and another traffic lights for motorists making left from the northbound lane of Quirino Avenue appear in Plaza Dilao area. Next main intersection with traffic lights is Pedro Gil Street. Drive past Pedro Gil Street and then change lane to the left and turn left on next main intersection (to the left of Quirino Avenue only) which is President Osmena Highway aka SLEX. Stay to the middle of SLEX, drive past Pablo Ocampo Sr. and Zobel Roxas streets and then pass through Gil Puyat Osmena Flyover. Follow direction given in Route #3, choose option 1 or option 2.

    Route #8

    From Araneta Avenue, SM City Sta. Mesa, SM Mezza Residences, N. Domingo and Pinaglabanan in San Juan, Gilmore Avenue in Quezon City and other areas near to these places.

    Araneta Avenue (any point) - take southbound lane or towards SM City Sta. Mesa. Drive all the way to its end which is in N. Domingo Street. Intersections that Araneta crosses are: Del Monte Avenue, Quezon Avenue, Eulogio Rodriguez Sr. Avenue and Aurora Boulevard (LRT-2 Line). Mezza Residences - take Araneta northbound lane and make U-Turn to take the southbound lane all the way to N. Domingo or if left turn is allowed from Aurora Boulevard to Araneta Avenue, then take that lane. SM City Sta. Mesa - take Araneta Avenue towards N. Domingo. Now in Araneta Avenue corner N. Domingo, turn right onto N. Domingo. Gilmore Avenue - turn right onto N. Domingo and drive all the way towards Old Sta. Mesa. N. Domingo - take the lane towards Old Sta. Mesa. Pinaglabanan - left on N. Domingo. Drive past Victorino Mapa Street. Road name became Old Sta. Mesa after you drove past V. Mapa. Make a U-Turn onto Valenzuela Street, a road intersecting Old Sta Mesa in an inverted Y. Note: You can make a shortcut to Valenzuela Street by passing through Prince Court Hotel driveway. You will notice lots of motorists turning left onto the hotel. Drivers give one peso to an employee of the hotel in-charge at the driveway. Upon exit of the hotel driveway, turn left and then change lane to the right. Next T-intersection to the right is Paco-Sta Mesa Road, where Sta Mesa Bridge is located. Turn right onto Paco-Sta Mesa Road, pass through Sta Mesa Bridge and take the flyover next to the bridge. Turn right onto President Quirino Avenue and immediately make a U-Turn to take Pres. Quirino Avenue's southbound lane. Follow direction given in Route #7, starting there from when President Qurino Avenue bends to the right.

    Route #9

    From SM Mall of Asia, SMX Convention Center, SM Arena, Macapagal Boulevard, Blue Wave Macapagal, World Trade Center, CCP Complex, Sofitel Philippine Plaza Hotel, Star City, Microtel Hotel, PICC and areas nearby.

    Option 1: Via EDSA - MOA, SM Arena, Microtel Hotel, SMX Convention Center: Drive towards the MOA Globamaze Rotunda in the front of SM MOA main building. From there, take EDSA, northbound lane. CCP Complex, PICC, Philippine Plaza Sofitel, Star City, World Trade Center: Take Macapagal Boulevard's southbound lane and turn left on EDSA. Blue Wave: Take EDSA's northbound lane. In EDSA, stay to the middle, drive past LRT-1 elevated track and MRT-3 Taft Station, then, turn right onto Tramo also known as Aurora Boulevard Pasay. This is the road to the right of EDSA through which a left turn flyover from EDSA's southbound lane passes for motorists heading to NAIA 1,2 and 3. Stay to the middle of Aurora Boulevard and drive all the way to its other end. Turn left on Andrews Avenue in which Aurora Boulevard ends. Drive on Andrews Avenue all the way past NAIA-3 Rotunda where a giant sculpture is erected (shown in third photo). Newport City is to the left of Andrews Avenue past the rotunda. To get to Newport City, take the U-Turn slot situated before the other end of Andrews Avenue. The U-Turn is past the building of NAIA-3. Now in Newport City side of Andrews Avenue, turn right onto Resort Drive and head towards your destination within the commercial complex.

    Option 2: Via Macapagal Boulevard and NAIA Road - There are times EDSA is wedged solid with the traffic gridlock. In these situations, you can take this route. From SM Mall of Asia, Microtel MOA, SM MOA Arena and SMX, take Coral Way, the road in front of Microtel and between SMX and Shrine of Jesus The Way Parish Church. Turn right onto Diosdado Macapagal Blvd and turn left on NAIA Road, the wide road to the left of Macapagal in which at the corner the old huge building of Coastal Mall is situated. From CCP Complex, including Philippine Plaza, PICC, Star City and World Trade Center, take Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard all the way to NAIA Road, turn left on NAIA Road. Cross Roxas Boulevard and the next intersection with traffic lights which is Quirino Avenue. Make left on the next intersection with traffic lights which is Domestic Road. Turn right onto Airport road in which Domestic Road ends. Drive to the middle of Airport Road past Aurora Boulevard, the road perpendicular to the left. Road name becomes Andrews Avenue. Drive on Andrews Avenue all the way past NAIA-3 Rotunda where a giant sculpture is erected (shown in our third photo). Newport City is to the left of Andrews Avenue past the rotunda. To get to Newport City, take the U-Turn slot situated before the other end of Andrews Avenue. It is past the building of NAIA-3. Now in Newport City side of Andrews Avenue, turn right onto Resort Drive and head towards your destination within the commercial complex.

    Route #10

    From NAIA-1, NAIA-2, Duty Free Philippines Fiesta Mall, Ninoy Aquino Avenue, Imelda Avenue, Puregold Paranaque, SM City Sucat and areas nearby.

    From NAIA-2, take NAIA Road towards Roxas Boulevard, turn right onto Domestic Road. From NAIA-1 and Duty Free Philippines, take Ninoy Aquino Avenue, make left on NAIA Road (end of Ninoy Aquino Avenue), turn right onto Domestic Road (the next main intersection with traffic lights). Turn right onto Airport road in which Domestic Road ends. Drive to the middle of Airport Road past Aurora Boulevard, the road perpendicular to the left. Road name becomes Andrews Avenue. Drive on Andrews Avenue all the way past NAIA-3 Rotunda where a giant sculpture is erected (shown in our third photo). Newport City is to the left of Andrews Avenue past the rotunda. To get to Newport City, take the U-Turn slot situated before the other end of Andrews Avenue. The U-Turn is past the building of NAIA-3. Now in Newport City side of Andrews Avenue, turn right onto Resort Drive and head towards your destination within the commercial complex.

    Route #11

    From Ayala Center, Glorietta 1,2,3,4 & 5, Greenbelt 1,2,3,4, & 5, Ayala Avenue, Raffles Residences Makati, New World Hotel Makati, Makati Shangri-la Hotel, Ayala Triangle Gardens and nearby areas.

    Option 1: Via EDSA - Take Arnaiz Avenue formely Pasay Road towards EDSA. Turn right onto EDSA. Take the flyover to the right of Magallanes Bridge. In the flyover, choose the lane with "Alabang SLEX" road sign above it which is to your left. So, as soon as you get onto the flyover stay to the left because a lane going to Manila with road sign that reads "Manila" will occur at flyover. And you must avoid getting onto that lane. Now in Osmena Highway, avoid getting onto the Entry ramp of skyway. But stay to the rightmost lane of Osmena Highway. Approximately 2 kilometers past Magallanes Interchange, and before the Skyway Crossover Interchange (shown in picture here), turn right onto the service road going to Sales Road, the main road that runs through beneath Skyway NAIA-3 Exit ramp. Drive into Sales Road past "The Air Force Course" gate. Once you get to Sales Road, drive further underneath Skyway ramp until the road turn right and road name changes to Andrews Avenue. Before Sales Road turns right, Newport Boulevard appears to the right. As of this writing, Newport Boulevard is one way towards Sales. But they might change it into two way so I suggest to observe as you get near it and use this road. Otherwise, keep driving straight on Andrews Avenue and then turn right onto Resort Drive, the main road of Newport City from Andrews Avenue.

    Option 2: Via Arnaiz Avenue and Skyway - Take Arnaiz Avenue towards Osmena Highway aka SLEX. Use the Skyway ramp at the end of the road past Amorsolo Street. Follow Skyway direction and take the "NAIA-3" Exit which is approximately 2 kilometers past Magallanes Interchange. NAIA-3 Exit ramp will take you right into Newport City, which is to the right of Andrews Avenue, the road that continues the ramp. Just turn right onto Resort Drive, the main road of Newport City from Andrews Avenue.

    Route #12

    From Evangelista Street in Makati City

    Drive on Evangelista towards EDSA. Turn right onto EDSA. Change lane to the left and take the Aurora Boulevard-EDSA Flyover. Stay to the middle of Aurora Boulevard and drive all the way to its other end, then turn left on Andrews Avenue in which Aurora Boulevard ends. Drive on Andrews Avenue all the way past NAIA-3 Rotunda where a giant sculpture is erected (shown in our third photo). Newport City is to the left of Andrews Avenue past the rotunda. To get to Newport City, take the U-Turn slot situated before the other end of Andrews Avenue. The U-Turn is past the building of NAIA-3. Now in Newport City side of Andrews Avenue, turn right onto Resort Drive and head towards your destination within Newport City.

    Route #13

    From Araneta Center Cubao, Smart Araneta Coliseum, Gateway Mall, Farmers Plaza, Ali Mall, SM City Cubao, Manhattan Garden City and areas nearby.

    Turn left on P. Tuazon Boulevard which borders Araneta Center to the south. Drive all the way to C-5 where it ends. Turn right onto C-5 (Katipunan in this part of Quezon City). Choose the lane going to Libis and Eastwood which are to the left of Katipunan. Pass through C-5 Boni Serrano Tunnel. Next to tunnel is C-5 Katipunan flyover where Eastwood City skyline can already be seen. Drive past Eastwood City all the way to Fort Bonifacio Global City Taguig. Follow direction given in Route #6, starting there in part where you will be crossing Pasig River.


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    14 Nov 2011

    Driving Directions To Eastwood City

  • 14 Nov 2011
  • Lagalag


  • In this article, I will guide you to the respective locations of buildings and institutions within Eastwood City, so that the next time you need to get to your destination there, you just breeze into the commercial center and head to your building location. But before that, please see below the list of buildings inside Eastwood City. Go check if your destination is listed, then read on to get the driving direction. You can view the building map of Eastwood City at the bottom of this post.


    For Commuting Directions, go to Jeepney Route Bound For Eastwood City Libis

    Destinations In Eastwood City


    1800 Eastwood Avenue - Dell
    1880 Eastwood Avenue
    Amberbase Solutions
    Citibank Citi Square Building
    Cyber & Fashion Mall aka Eastwood Cybermall
    E-Commerce Plaza
    Eastwood Central Park
    Eastwood City Showroom Model Units
    Eastwood City Walk
    Eastwood City Walk 2
    Eastwood Corporate Plaza
    Eastwood Lafayette 1
    Eastwood Lafayette 2
    Eastwood Lafayette 3

    Eastwood LeGrand 1
    Eastwood LeGrand 2
    Eastwood Mall
    Eastwood Palazzo Residences
    Food Junction
    Global One Center
    Holy Family Chapel
    IBM Plaza
    Informatics
    MDC 100
    Megaworld Building
    Olympic Heights
    One Orchard Road
    Technoplaza (Emerson, Concentrix, Fitness First)

    Access Roads To Eastwood City


    There are three access roads to Eastwood City:

    Drive straight to those buildings to take Eastwood Ave
    Access Road #1

    Eastwood Avenue - The main road that runs through the middle of Eastwood City from Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue aka C-5. Served as gateway to Eastwood City, two landmark buildings are situated in both corners of Eastwood Avenue and C-5. They are MDC 100 and Citibank Square Building. This road goes immediately to the driveway to parking area of Eastwood Cybermall otherwise known as Cyber & Fashion Mall which is linked to Megaworld Building. If your destination is Eastwood Cyber Mall, take this road. For other buildings accessible immediately through this road, click here.

    U-turn slot from Katipunan to Orchard Road
    Access Road #2

    Orchard Road - The most preferred access road from Katipunan, Araneta Cubao, Boni Serrano Marikina, etc. Headed immediately to Holy Family Chapel and directly to basement parking of Eastwood Mall and the frontage of The Palazzio and Lafayette 1,2 & 3 and their parking entrances. If your destination is Eastwood Mall, take this route. Holy Family Chapel Sunday Mass Schedule: 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 12:15 PM, 5:00 PM and 6:15 PM. For other buildings accessible immediately through this road, click here.

    Calle Industria Road corner C-5
    Access Road #3

    Calle Industria Street - The most convenient access if you're from Alabang or Fort Bonifacio Global City and from Green Meadows Avenue or White Plains Avenue which is the route to take if you're coming in from Greenhills, San Juan, Pinaglabanan, N. Domingo and Gilmore. Headed immediately to Global One Center Building and passes through Eastwood City Walk One and Two. The best route if you need to drop off companions heading to any restaurants in Eastwood City Walk of Fame which also situated in the Activity Center. For other buildings accessible immediately through this road, click here.

    Access Roads' Locations:

    Orchard Road is accessible along south bound lane of C-5 from Katipunan and Boni Serrano via a U-Turn slot located opposite Eastwood City before Eastwood Avenue. You get to see a BMW Autohaus to the left of C-5 where the U-Turn slot is located. In north bound lane of C-5, Orchard road is next to Eastwood Avenue.

    Eastwood Avenue is accessible along south bound lane of C-5 through the U-Turn slot after you get past Eastwood Avenue itself. There's a pedestrian overpass across C-5 right at the corner of Eastwood Avenue. Along northbound lane, drive straight to Citibank Square building which you can make out from the distance.

    Meanwhile, Calle Industria Street is the road to the right of C-5 approximately 205 meters before Eastwood Avenue. Nuvo City showroom building and Honda Cars Pasig are situated at the corners of Calle Industria Street.

    Driving Directions To Eastwood City


    How to get to Eastwood City by car from any of the locations listed below in alphabetical order? For quick direction, select a location from the list and click it.

    A Venue Mall
    Alabang
    Ali Mall
    Andrews Avenue Pasay
    Araneta Center Cubao
    Ayala Avenue
    Ayala Center
    Ayala Triangle Gardens
    Batangas Province
    Bel-Air
    Binondo
    Blue Wave Macapagal
    Bradco Avenue
    Bulacan Province
    Caloocan
    Carriedo
    CCP Complex
    Centris
    Clark Pampanga
    DFA Office of Consular Affairs
    Divisoria
    Duty Free Philippines Fiesta Mall
    EDSA Shangri-La Hotel
    Elliptical Road
    Ermita
    Espana
    Farmers Plaza
    Festival Mall
    Filinvest City
    Fort Bonifacio
    Gateway Mall
    Gil Puyat Avenue
    Gilmore
    Global City
    Glorietta 1,2,3,4 & 5
    Gramercy Residences (Century City)
    Greenbelt 1,2,3,4, & 5
    Greenhills
    H2O Hotel
    IL Terrazzo Mall
    Imelda Avenue
    Intramuros
    J.P. Rizal
    Julia Vargas Avenue
    Laguna Province
    M.H. Del Pilar Street (Malate/Ermita)
    Mabini Street (Malate/Ermita)
    Makati Avenue
    Makati City Hall
    Makati Shangri-la Hotel
    Malanday
    Malate
    Mandaluyong City Hall
    Mandaluyong's Boni Avenue
    Mandarin Hotel
    Manhattan Garden City
    Manila Hotel
    Manila Ocean Park
    Maxims (Resort World)
    Metropolis Starmall

    Microtel MOA
    Monumento
    Muntinlupa
    N. Domingo San Juan
    NAIA Terminal 1
    NAIA Terminal 2
    NAIA Terminal 3
    Navotas
    New Manila
    New World Hotel Makati
    Ninoy Aquino Avenue
    Ongpin
    Ortigas Center
    Pacific Star Building
    Pampanga Province
    Paseo de Roxas
    Pedro Gil
    Philippine Air Force Museum
    PICC
    Pinaglabanan
    Power Plant Mall
    Puregold Paranaque
    Quezon City Hall
    Quezon City Memorial Circle
    Quezon Province
    Quiapo
    Raffles Residences Makati
    Remedios
    Resort World Manila
    Rizal Park
    Robinson's Galleria
    Robinson's Place Manila
    Rockwell Center
    San Juan
    Shangri-La Plaza
    SM Arena
    SM City Cubao
    SM City North EDSA
    SM City San Lazaro
    SM City Sta. Mesa
    SM City Sucat
    SM Mall of Asia
    SM Mega Mall
    Smart Araneta Coliseum
    SMX Convention Center
    Sofitel Philippine Plaza Hotel
    Star City
    Subic Angeles
    Sucat
    Taguig
    Tayuman
    Tomas Morato Avenue
    Trinoma
    U.N. Avenue
    U.P. Manila
    UST
    Valenzuela City
    Villamor Air Base Airmen's Club
    West Avenue
    World Trade Center

    Here's how to get to buildings and spots inside Eastwood City from different parts of Matro Manila by car:

    Route #1

    MDC 100 Tower and Citibank Building
    From Alabang, Muntinlupa, Sucat, Festival Mall, Filinvest City, Metropolis Starmall, Fort Bonifacio, Global City, Taguig and provinces of Batangas, Laguna and Quezon.

    Take SLEX or Skyway and exit at C-5 Toll Plaza in Carlos Garcia Avenue which is the name of C-5 in this area of Taguig and Makati. Just follow road sign that reads C-5. Stay to the middle of Carlos Garcia and drive all the way to Eastwood City which is approximately 13 kilometers from SLEX. You will pass by Fort Bonifacio Global City, and cross Pasig River. Just remember to stay on the lane below road signs that read "Pasig Quezon City". You get to pass through a flyover in Pasig area and as soon as you get near Ortigas Avenue & C-5 flyover, you get to see "Eastwood City" and "Cubao" road signs. Take the lane below them and cross Ortigas Avenue via Ortigas & C-5 flyover. After passing through Ortigas C-5 flyover, you can make out the tall buildings of Eastwood City. When you get near, take the access road that immediately headed to your destination.


    Route #2

    Roundabout Eastwood Avenue cor Orchard Road
    From NAIA Terminal 3, Resort World Manila, Maxims, Villamor Air Base Airmen's Club, Philippine Air Force Museum, Andrews Avenue and nearby areas.

    From NAIA 3, take Andrews Avenue and follow its direction. Road name changes to Sales once the road make left. From Resort World Manila, take Andrews Avenue, pass through the oval rotunda to take the opposite lane (NAIA 3 side) and follow the road direction as it turns left. Stay to the ground level and cross SLEX to take Lawton Avenue, the road to the other side of SLEX headed to Fort Bonifacio Global City. Stay to the middle of Lawton Avenue and drive all the way to Fort Bonifacio. The road which turns left onto the northbound lane of C-5 from Global City is 26th Street. So, you must turn right onto 26th Street to take C-5 which is the road bound for Eastwood City. You can take the narrow one way Old Lawton Avenue that continues Lawton Avenue at the Bonifacio Global City entrance or take 5th Avenue which is the wide road that diagonally runs to the left of Lawton Avenue also at BGC Gate. If you take Old Lawton Avenue, the recommended route, drive towards its opposite end. American Cemetery is to your right while traversing Old Lawton Avenue. Turn right onto the roundabout at the end of Old Lawton Avenue. Drive on the rotunda past American Cemetery Gate and turn right onto Bonifacio Avenue, the wide two way road opposite Old Lawton Avenue, turn right onto McKinley Pkwy and then turn right onto 26th Street on your way to the northbound lane of C-5. Taking 5th Avenue, you will cross two intersections before you get to 26th Street. The roads to cross along 5th Avenue are McKinley Pkwy and Rizal Dr. Immediately past Rizal drive is 24th Street and then 25th Street, two roads perpendicular to the right of 5th Avenue. Drive past 25th Street and turn right onto 26th Street. Drive on 26th Street past Market Market and turn left on C-5 via 26th Street & C-5 Overpass. Now in C-5 which is Carlos P. Garcia Avenue in this part, go cross Kalayaan Avenue and drive all the way to Eastwood City. Just remember to stay on the lane below road signs that read "Pasig Quezon City". You get to pass through a flyover in Pasig area and as soon as you get near Ortigas Avenue & C-5 flyover, you get to see "Eastwood City" and "Cubao" road signs. Take the lane below them and cross Ortigas Avenue via Ortigas & C-5 flyover. After passing through Ortigas C-5 flyover, you can make out the tall buildings of Eastwood City. When you get near, take the access road that immediately headed to your destination.


    Route #3

    Eastwood City Walk 1
    From NAIA Terminal 1 & 2, Duty Free Philippines Fiesta Mall, Ninoy Aquino Avenue, Imelda Avenue, Puregold Paranaque, SM City Sucat and areas nearby.

    From NAIA-2, take NAIA Road, turn right onto Domestic Road. From NAIA-1 and Duty Free Philippines, take Ninoy Aquino Avenue, make left on NAIA Road (end of Ninoy Aquino Avenue), turn right onto Domestic Road (the next main intersection with traffic lights). Turn right onto Airport Road which becomes Andrews Avenue. Stay to the middle and drive all the way until you get to a big oval rotunda right before NAIA-3. Pass through the rotunda to get to the extension of Andrews Avenue. Once in Andrews Avenue again, stay to the middle and drive all the way to the other end where road turns left and it becomes Sales Road. Follow direction given in Route #2.


    Route #4

    Food Junction at Eastwood City Walk 2
    From SM Mall of Asia, SMX Convention Center, Microtel MOA, SM Arena, Blue Wave Macapagal, DFA Office of Consular Affairs, Bradco Avenue, Sofitel Philippine Plaza Hotel, PICC, World Trade Center, CCP Complex, Star City and areas nearby.

    To avoid traffic, you must take the road with less public buses and jeepneys. From SM Mall of Asia, Microtel MOA, SM MOA Arena and SMX, take Coral Way, the road in front of Microtel and between SMX and Shrine of Jesus The Way Parish Church. Turn right onto Diosdado Macapagal Blvd and turn left on NAIA Road, the wide road to the left of Macapagal in which at the corner the old huge building of Coastal Mall is situated. From CCP Complex, including Philippine Plaza, PICC, Star City and World Trade Center, take Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard all the way to NAIA Road, turn left on NAIA Road. Cross Roxas Boulevard and the next intersection with traffic lights which is Quirino Avenue. Make left on the next intersection with traffic lights which is Domestic Road. Follow direction given in Route #3, starting on Domestic Road.


    Route #5

    Eastwood City Central Park
    From Gramercy Residences in Century City, A Venue Mall, Makati Avenue, Gil Puyat Avenue Bel-Air, Pacific Star Building, Mandarin Hotel, Paseo de Roxas and nearby areas.

    Take any of these streets from your locations: Paseo de Roxas, Makati Avenue and Gil Puyat Avenue. From Gramercy Residences and A Venue Mall, take Makati Avenue's south bound lane (going to Gil Puyat). Turn left on Gil Puyat Avenue. Cross Paseo de Roxas and use Kalayaan Flyover which starts immediately as soon as you approach EDSA. As the flyover bends to the left, passing through EDSA, the rightmost lane descends to take EDSA's northbound lane. Take this lane to traverse EDSA. Turn right onto ground level Kalayaan Avenue to which the rest of flyover is headed above ground. So, you will drive under Kalayaan flyover as soon as you turn right from EDSA. Drive on Kalayaan Avenue all the way to C-5 (Carlos Garcia Avenue). Turn right onto C-5. Use the U-Turn C-5 Kalayaan Flyover to get to the north bound lane of C-5. Drive all the way to Eastwood City, passing through Ortigas C-5 flyover. Follow road signs. After passing through Ortigas C-5 flyover, you can make out the tall buildings of Eastwood City. When you get near, take the access road that immediately headed to your destination.


    Route #6

    Eastwood Mall
    From Ayala Center, Glorietta 1,2,3,4 & 5, Greenbelt 1,2,3,4, & 5, Ayala Avenue, Raffles Residences Makati, New World Hotel Makati, Makati Shangri-la Hotel, Ayala Triangle Gardens and nearby areas.

    Take Ayala Avenue's lane bound for EDSA. Use Ayala Avenue EDSA flyover to take EDSA's north bound lane. Drive past MRT-3 Buendia Station and turn right onto Kalayaan Avenue, the road that runs from EDSA and beneath the flyover (Kalayaan Flyover) that bends to the right that you can easily see from the distance. So, you will drive under Kalayaan flyover as soon as you turn right from EDSA. Drive on Kalayaan Avenue all the way to C-5 (Carlos Garcia Avenue). Turn right onto C-5. Use the U-Turn C-5 Kalayaan Flyover to get to the north bound lane of C-5. Drive all the way to Eastwood City, passing through Ortigas C-5 flyover. Follow road signs. After passing through Ortigas C-5 flyover, you can make out the tall buildings of Eastwood City. When you get near, take the access road that immediately headed to your destination.


    Route #7

    Eastwood City Showroom Model Units
    From Rockwell Center, Power Plant Mall, Makati City Hall, J.P. Rizal, Mandaluyong's Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong City Hall and nearby areas.

    From Mandaluyong, take either Makati-Mandaluyong Bridge or Estrella Bridge towards Makati, and then turn left on J.P. Rizal. Take J.P. Rizal lane bound for EDSA. Turn right onto Estrella Street. From Rockwell and Power Plant Mall, take Estrella Street's lane bound for EDSA. From Mandaluyong via Estrella Bridge, just go straight to EDSA. Turn right onto EDSA. In EDSA, change lane to the left as you approach the part of EDSA where Kalayaan Flyover passes through. Turn on your left signal and make a U-Turn on the only U-Turn slot of EDSA in Makati area (watch for it). Turn right onto Kalayaan Avenue, the road that runs from EDSA through which Kalayaan Flyover passes. Drive under Kalayaan flyover as soon as you turn right from EDSA. Stay on Kalayaan Avenue all the way to C-5 (Carlos Garcia Avenue). Turn right onto C-5. Use the U-Turn C-5 Kalayaan Flyover to get to the north bound lane of C-5. Drive all the way to Eastwood City, passing through Ortigas C-5 flyover. Follow road signs. After passing through Ortigas C-5 flyover, you can make out the tall buildings of Eastwood City. When you get near, take the access road that immediately headed to your destination.


    Route #8

    Eastwood Avenue towards Orchard Road
    From Valenzuela, Bulacan, Pampanga, Clark, Subic and other provinces of northern Luzon via NLEX.

    Exit NLEX via Mindanao Avenue Exit. Take Mindanao Avenue - NLEX Road and eventually Mindanao Avenue. Pass through Quirino Tunnel. Note: These are all in one main road from NLEX. Drive all the way past Tandang Sora and cross Congressional Avenue, a wide main road (with traffic lights). Immediately make a U-Turn to get back towards Congressional Avenue. Turn right onto Congressional. (Note: This direction is by virtue of the fact that as of this writing, there are no left turns in Mindanao and Congressional intersection.) Now in Congressional, cross Visayas Avenue, another wide road intersecting Congressional Avenue (with traffic lights). Your next turn is Tandang Sora Avenue. Remember: Tandang Sora Avenue is approximately 625 meters from Visayas Avenue. A lot of motorists turn right onto Tandang Sora. There are many road signs pointing to Tandang Sora which is a little bit narrow and runs diagonal from Congressional. Now, turn right onto Tandang Sora Avenue. Next main intersection to cross is Commonwealth Avenue, the so called "killer highway" because of its being the widest road in the Philippines. It is easy to notice you're approaching Commonwealth Avenue because there's a flyover above it. Traffic in this intersection is moderate to heavy. Go cross Commonwealth Avenue. Now, after crossing Commonwealth Avenue, Tandang Sora Avenue bends to the left as it merges a little bit with Commonwealth Avenue and then separate again in a diagonal way. Just follow the road direction. Traffic here is sometimes heavy because of public jeepneys that stand right at the corner, but after that it's gonna be smooth sailing. Tandang Sora Avenue becomes Katipunan Avenue in area where you will conspicuously see Manila Water Head Office signage that stands in the center island of now widened road. This area is popularly known as MWSS and you get to see another sign of Maynilad. Now, stay to the middle and watch for road signs above and take the lane below Eastwood City sign. You get to pass through a flyover and then the Libis Boni Serrano Katipunan Tunnel, another flyover, and then Eastwood City skyline becomes very visible from the distance. Go drive to it and follow your chosen access road depending on your building or spot destination within the mega commercial center.


    Route #9

    Cyber & Fashion Mall aka Eastwood Cyber Mall
    From SM City North EDSA, Trinoma, West Avenue, Centris, Quezon City Memorial Circle, Elliptical Road, Quezon City Hall and places nearby and along the way.

    Take North Avenue from SM City North EDSA, Trinoma and West Avenue. Turn right onto Elliptical Road to go with the traffic flow, then, turn right onto Kalayaan Avenue. There's a big road sign pointing to Kalayaan Avenue. Before Kalayaan Avenue, you get to pass by Quezon Avenue and East Avenue, two main roads perpendicular to the right of Elliptical Road. Quezon City Hall is at the corner of East Avenue and Elliptical Road. Quezon Memorial Circle is the park inside Elliptical Road. From Centris Walk, take Quezon Avenue towards Quezon City Memorial Circle, turn right onto Elliptical Road. Drive past East Avenue and Quezon City Hall, then turn right onto Kalayaan. Drive all the way past streets of Mayaman, Matalino, Malingap, Matino and the main intersection of V. Luna Avenue, then turn left on Kamias Avenue. There's a Caltex at the right corner of Kalayaan and Kamias. Stay to the middle of Kamias Road, cross main intersection of Anonas and turn right onto Langka. Drive past Bignay Street, then go left in Chico Street aka Xavierville Avenue which ends up in C-5 (Katipunan). Turn left on Esteban Abada Street, the intersection before C-5 (In this part of QC, C-5 is Katipunan Avenue). If you go straight to C-5 from Chico, you will end up in Aurora Boulevard where traffic is heavy and you will need to make a U-Turn back to C-5 again. You wouldn't like it. So, make sure you turn left on Esteban Abada Street to be able to take Katipunan flyover. Again, Abada Street is the last road before Katipunan or the C-5. Now in Abada, turn right onto the next street (Rosa Alvero), then turn right onto C-5 (Katipunan), take the flyover and drive all the way, passing through Libis Boni Serrano Katipunan Tunnel. Eastwood City skyline becomes very visible from the distance momentarily. Go drive to it and follow your chosen access road depending on your building or spot destination within the mega commercial center.


    Route #10

    Eastwood Avenue corner Orchard Road
    From Greenhills, Gilmore, New Manila, Pinaglabanan. N. Domingo Street, San Juan, SM City Sta. Mesa, Tomas Morato Avenue, IL Terrazzo and areas nearby.

    From SM City Sta. Mesa, take Araneta Avenue, left to N. Domingo. Turn right onto Pinaglabanan, then, turn right onto Ortigas Avenue. From IL Terrazzo, take Tomas Morato, turn right onto E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue, then turn left on Gilmore Avenue and drive all the way until road becomes Ortigas Avenue. You will cross Aurora Boulevard (LRT-2), N. Domingo and Santolan Road (Pinaglabanan), in that order, before road name changes to Ortigas Avenue. From Greenhills, take any of these roads: Ortigas Avenue (towards EDSA), Annapolis or Connecticut. Drive towards EDSA. From Ortigas Avenue, turn left on EDSA. From Connecticut and Annapolis streets, turn right onto EDSA and take the U-Turn slot beneath EDSA Ortigas flyover to take the northbound lane of EDSA. Now in EDSA, turn right onto White Plains Avenue, the wide road perpendicular to the right of EDSA where the mammoth People Power Monument is erected at the corner. Drive all the way to the other end where you shall turn right onto Temple Drive, in which White Plains Avenue ends. Temple Drive bends to the left and it ends in Green Meadows Avenue. Turn left on Green Meadows Avenue and traverse the wide road that runs through the posh village called Green Meadows which is known to be the exclusive village of some showbiz and political personalities. The road bends to the left a little bit before bends to the right and ends right at C-5, also known in this part of QC as Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue. Now, turn right onto C-5 and use the first U-Turn slot to take the north bound lane. You get to see the buildings of Eastwood City particularly Citibank and MDC 100 as soon as you take the north bound lane. Now, follow the direction of the access road you preferred depending on your destination.


    Route #11

    1800 Eastwood Avenue - DELL
    Alternate route from Gilmore, San Juan, Pinaglabanan, N. Domingo, SM City Sta. Mesa and areas nearby.

    Via Santolan Road. Cross Ortigas Avenue from Pinaglabanan, instead of turning right onto Ortigas. Turn left on Santolan From Gilmore, instead of crossing Santolan. Traverse Santolan and cross EDSA until road name becomes Boni Serrano. You will pass by a busy road perpendicular to the left of Boni Serrano through which public jeepneys from Cubao bound for Eastwood and Rosario pass. There are traffic lights here. After that, the junction of Katipunan Avenue and Boni Serrano where traffic is moderate to heavy, and at times, heavy. After crossing Katipunan Avenue, Boni Serrano slopes towards the bottom of Katipunan C-5 flyover which bends to the right from your left. Follow road direction but avoid the lane going to Blue Ridge which is the leftmost. So, as you pass under Katipunan flyover make sure you're on a right lane as the road makes a sharp right. At this point, you're already in Eulogio Rodriguez Jr Avenue part of C-5, and after you merge with the ramp of descending Katipunan C-5 flyover, you can make out the tall buildings of Eastwood City on the horizon momentarily. As you get close, decide which access road to take.


    Route #12

    Holy Family Chapel
    From Araneta Center Cubao, Smart Araneta Coliseum, Gateway Mall, Farmers Plaza, Ali Mall, SM City Cubao, Manhattan Garden City and areas nearby.

    Turn left on P. Tuazon Boulevard which borders Araneta Center to the south. Drive all the way to C-5 where it ends. Turn right onto C-5 (Katipunan in this part of Quezon City). Choose the lane going to Libis and Eastwood which are to the left of Katipunan. Pass through C-5 Boni Serrano Tunnel. Next to tunnel is C-5 Katipunan flyover where Eastwood City skyline can already be seen. Get to it. Choose the access road nearer to your destination.


    Route #13

    Eastwood City
    From Monumento, Caloocan, Malanday, Navotas and areas nearby.

    Use EDSA from Caloocan to North Avenue. Use the U-Turn slot next to West Avenue to take the opposite lane going to North Avenue. Turn right onto North Avenue and follow the direction given in Route #9


    Route #14

    Eastwood Palazzo Residences
    From Robinson's Place Manila, U.N. Avenue, Ermita, Malate, Manila Ocean Park, H2O Hotel, Manila Hotel, U.P. Manila, Pedro Gil, Remedios, Mabini Street, M.H. Del Pilar Street, Rizal Park, Intramuros and other areas near these vicinities.

    From your location, take northbound lane of any of these streets: Roxas Boulevard, Mabini Street and Taft Avenue. From Taft Avenue, turn right onto Ayala Boulevard. That is: U.N. Avenue, then Kalaw Avenue and the next intersection is Ayala Boulevard. From Mabini and Roxas Boulevard, right to T.M. Kalaw, left on Taft Avenue and then turn right onto Ayala Blvd. From Manila Ocean Park and H2O Hotel, take T.M. Kalaw, cross Roxas Boulevard, M.H. Del Pilar, Orosa Street then turn left on Taft Avenue (LRT-1 is above it) and turn right onto Ayala Boulevard. From Manila Hotel and Rizal Park, take Padre Burgos, the road that borders Rizal Park aka Luneta, stay to the right lane and choose the direction below the road sign that reads Malacanang which is Ayala Boulevard. Now in Ayala Boulevard, you get to pass through Ayala Bridge crossing Pasig River. Stay to the same road which changes its name to P. Casal. Soon, you get to cross Recto Avenue, the road where LRT-2 elevated track passes through and bends away from the road. Road name changes to Legarda. Stay to the middle. Avoid turning left on the next intersection with traffic lights. Stay on Legarda Street until you pass through a flyover and road name changes to Ramon Magsaysay Blvd. LRT-2 re-merged after the flyover. Stay to the middle of Magsaysay Boulevard. You get to pass by two LRT-2 stations - Pureza Station and V. Mapa Station. Next to V. Mapa Station is SM City Sta. Mesa. Turn right onto Araneta Avenue, the wide road that borders SM City Sta. Mesa, then turn left on N. Domingo where Araneta ends. Now, follow direction given in Route #10.


    Route #15

    Road signs at the corner of C-5 and Orchard Rd
    If you're from Katipunan, change lane to the rightmost
    immediately after making U-Turn.
    From Quiapo, Carriedo Sta. Cruz, Ongpin, Binondo, Divisoria, SM City San Lazaro, Tayuman, UST, Espana and areas near to these vicinities.

    Quiapo and Carriedo, take Quezon Boulevard and turn right onto C.M. Recto Avenue. Ongpin, Binondo and Divisoria, take C.M. Recto Avenue. Tayuman, SM City San Lazaro and UST, take Lacson Avenue towards Nagtahan. Espana, either turn left or right on Lacson Avenue depending which lane of Espana you're traversing. Avoid Nagtahan flyover. Take the ground level Lacson Avenue and take the lane pointing to Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard which is intersecting Nagtahan bridge at the middle. Now in Magsaysay Boulevard, follow direction given in Route #14.


    Route #16

    From SM Mega Mall, Robinson's Galleria, Shangri-La Plaza, EDSA Shangri-La Hotel.

    Take a short portion of EDSA's northbound lane and turn right onto White Plains Avenue. Follow this: From Robinson's Galleria, exit the mall in EDSA, take EDSA and cross Ortigas Avenue. From EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, SM Mega Mall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall, take the north bound lane of EDSA. Take the lane below road sign that reads "Cubao" or "Monumento". Pass through EDSA Ortigas flyover, after that, turn on your right signal while changing lane to the right and then turn right onto White Plains Avenue, the wide road perpendicular to the right of EDSA where the mammoth People Power Monument is erected at the corner. Drive all the way to the other end where you shall turn right onto Temple Drive, in which White Plains Avenue ends. Temple Drive bends to the left and it ends in Green Meadows Avenue. Turn left on Green Meadows Avenue and traverse the wide road that runs through the posh village called Green Meadows which is known to be the exclusive village of some showbiz and political personalities. The road bends to the left a little bit before bends to the right and ends right at C-5, also known in this part of QC as Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue. Now, turn right onto C-5 and use the first U-Turn slot to take the north bound lane. You get to see the buildings of Eastwood City particularly Citibank and MDC 100 as soon as you take the north bound lane. Now, follow the direction of the access road you preferred depending on your destination. You can also take the direction given in Route #17. Take Julia Vargas, then C-5 all the way to Eastwood City. It's just there are times traffic in Julia Vargas towards C-5 is so heavy.


    Route #17

    From Ortigas Center via Julia Vargas

    Take Julia Vargas Avenue towards C-5 in which Julia Vargas ends. Turn right onto C-5 and make a U-Turn on the first U-Turn slot to take the northbound lane of C-5. Drive all the way to Eastwood City past Ortigas Avenue & C-5 flyover. After passing through Ortigas C-5 flyover, you can make out the tall buildings of Eastwood City. When you get near, take the access road that immediately headed to your destination. Alternatively, you can use direction in Route #16 if traffic in Julia Vargas is heavy. Take Julia Vargas towards EDSA and take White Plains Avenue.


    Buildings immediately accessible via Access Road #1 (Eastwood Avenue)

    In the following order:
    Citibank Square Building - Eastwood Avenue corner C-5
    MDC 100 - opposite corner Eastwood Avenue and C-5
    Eastwood Corporate Plaza (Amberbase Solutions) - next to Citibank
    IBM Plaza - with basement parking accessible from Eastberwood Avenue
    Eastwood Cyber Mall aka Cyber & Fashion Mall - fourth building to the right of Eastwood Avenue from C-5
    Megaworld Building - connected to Eastwood Cyber Mall
    Parking Driveway - accessible from Eastwood Avenue. Parking is at multi-level Eastwood Mall or Cyber & Fashion Mall.
    Eastwood City Walk 1 - connected to Cyber & Fashion Mall.


    Buildings immediately accessible via Access Road #2 (Orchard Road)

    In the following order:
    Holy Family Chapel - to the left of Orchard Road (for mass schedule, click here)
    Parking Driveway - as you turn right onto Eastwood Avenue, entrance of basement parking of Eastwood Mall is immediately to your left.
    Eastwood Mall
    The Palazzo - building at the corner of Orchard Road and Eastwood Avenue. All traffic must turn right onto Eastwood Avenue.
    1880 Eastwood Avenue - opposite corner of Eastwood Avenue and Orchard Road. Establishments here include: WNS, Accenture, Emperador, Megaworld MicroSourcing and The Bar.
    Eastwood Lafayette 3 - next building to The Palazzo, to the right of Eastwood Avenue.
    Eastwood Lafayette 2 - follows
    Eastwood Lafayette 1 - fourth building from the right corner of Eastwood Avenue and Orchard Road.


    Buildings immediately accessible via Access Road #3 (Calle Industria Street)

    Turn left on Economia Road, first street paralleled to the left of Industria Street. Follow road direction as it turns left to Eastwood City and road name becomes Eastwood Palm Tree Avenue. In the following order, the buildings to the right of Palm Tree Avenue are:
    Eastwood LeGrand 2 - under construction
    Eastwood LeGrand 1 - under construction
    Global One Center - You can make right for parking if this is your destination. Otherwise, drive on towards Eastwood City Walk. Up ahead, you will be driving through the restaurant row across Eastwood Walk of Fame. Here, you can drop off companions headed to
    Eastwood City Walk 1, and then park your car in convenient parking area.
    Eastwood Walk of Fame, Activity Center, Eastwood City Walk and different dining destinations.
    As you get past Eastwood Central Plaza, you will turn right onto Eastwood Avenue towards Eastwood Mall. You will be passing by
    McDonald's which is located at Eastwood Avenue corner Orchard Road which encircles Eastwood Mall and all the buildings adjacent to it.
    Dell - opposite corner of Eastwood Avenue and Orchard Road.
    1800 Eastwood Avenue - This is the building Dell occupies.
    Traffic turns right onto Orchard Road.
    Eastwood Mall & Eastwood City Central Park - to your left.
    Eastwood Richmonde Hotel - connected to Eastwood Mall
    Eastwood City Show Room - the building to your right opposite Eastwood Mall
    Eastwood City Walk 2
    Food Junction
    A street perpendicular to the right of Orchard Road appears. This street is called Garden Road.
    E-Commerce Plaza - located towards the opposite end of Garden Road.
    Eastwood Ferry Station - located at the opposite end of Garden Road.
    Techno Plaza - to the right of Orchard next to under construction building at the corner of Garden Road. Business establishments located in Techno Plaza include Emerson, Concentrix and Fitness First.
    Informatics
    Olympic Heights - to the right of Orchard Road.
    One Orchard Road - next to Olympic Heights.



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