22 Feb 2011
There are two options in going to Pasong Tamo which is now known as Chino Roces Avenue from Ayala Avenue.
If you're going to Pasong Tamo corner Buendia now known as Gil Puyat or any establishments and buildings near it, then you must ride a bus with "LRT Leveriza" sign or jeepney with "Washington" sign at the loading zone along Ayala Avenue near Ayala Tower One and Ayala Triangle Garden or any loading zone along Ayala Avenue. Get off at Gil Puyat corner Chino Roces formerly Pasong Tamo and walk to your destination or ride another jeepney that passes through Chino Roces. Important places in this vicinity are: Comfoods Building, Pryce Center, Avida Towers, Export and Industry Bank, King's Court, JAKA Center, Dela Rosa Square, Marvin Plaza and Saint Illian's Inn among others.
Now, if you're going to any of these places: Columns Legaspi, Sunvar Plaza, The Beacon Arnaiz Tower, MCS, Little Tokyo, Herald Suites, The Gallery, Eurotel Makati, Waltermart Makati, Don Bosco Technical Institute, Splash Mountain, Asian Massage, Wilcon Builders, Citi Motors, Laureno di Trevi, Makati Executive Suites, PDIC, The Beacon International School, Wyeth Philippines, Philippine School of Interior Design, Living & Style, Coca Cola Sales Office, Kodak Philippines Limited, Molave Building, Alegra Building, Mantrade, Auto Zone, Roche Incorporated, Levi's Philippines, Glaxo Smith Kline, Singer and Alphaland Southgate Mall among others; you need to take a different route.
Ride a jeepney with "Mantrade Pasong Tamo" sign at the loading station along Ayala Avenue opposite Ayala Triangle and near McDonald's. This jeepney turns right from Paseo de Roxas onto Ayala Avenue, picks up passengers at the loading zone, then turns right again onto Makati Avenue on its way to Pasong Tamo or Chino Roces Avenue.
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