4 Feb 2011

How To Get To Cartimar Pasay

  • 4 Feb 2011
  • Lag alag


  • There are two things you must remember in driving to Cartimar Shopping Complex. First, Leveriza. Set your destination to Leveriza Street, Pasay. Cartimar just presents itself once you get there. Second, traffic in Leveriza is one way from Gil Puyat formerly Buendia to Antonio Arnaiz Street formerly Libertad.

    Explanations. Taft Avenue is out of the question. You would never attempt to pass through here because of the heavy traffic. Passing through Luna is not advisable for first timer here. Leveriza is the most convenient way to get to Cartimar Pasay by car.

    Route #1

    From Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela. This include Monumento, Tondo, Recto, Divisoria, Binondo, Sta Cruz. Take Rizal Avenue then turn right onto Jose Abad Santos Avenue. Drive all the way and cross C.M. Recto Avenue. Once you cross C.M. Recto Avenue, road name changes to Reina Regente. Stay to the middle of Reina Regente until you reach Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz. Go with the flow of the traffic of Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz by turning right a little bit and immediately turn left on Juan Luna. Follow the route of public jeepneys until you get to Lawton, crossing Pasig River via Jones Bridge. You're now driving on Padre Burgos Street. Upon approach to the first intersection with traffic lights after Lawton, you must be driving to the right lane of Padre Burgos to avoid getting onto the Lagusnilad Underpass. Stay on Padre Burgos and turn left on Roxas Boulevard.

    Drive all the way on Roxas Boulevard. Cross intersections of U.N. Avenue, Pedro Gil, Quirino Avenue and CCP Complex. After you cross CCP Complex traffic lights, you must change lane to the right because you're going to turn right onto Gil Puyat Avenue. Take the rightmost lane of Roxas Boulevard even if you're still in front of CCP Complex because Gil Puyat flyover concrete barrier that separates the side road begins over 500 meters from the foot of the flyover. So to avoid getting onto the flyover make sure you're on the side road early on. Turn right onto Gil Puyat Avenue and immediately make a U-Turn on the next U-Turn slot. Cross Roxas Boulevard under the Gil Puyat - Roxas Boulevard flyover. Drive on Gil Puyat Avenue, crossing Harrison Street. After you pass through the foot bridge, turn right onto the next street. That street is Leveriza Street. Approximately 330 meters from the corner of Gil Puyat and Leveriza is the Cartimar Shopping Complex. There's enough parking spaces inside the complex. You can park your car right after you get in.

    To get home, you can take Taft Avenue. After you exit in Taft Avenue, turn right and then turn right again onto Antonio Arnaiz Street also known as Libertad up to Roxas Boulevard. You can also take Leveriza Street. Follow the one way traffic inside the Cartimar Complex up to the exit on Leveriza. Turn left on Leveriza and turn right onto Antonio Arnaiz.

    Route #2

    From Bulacan, Pampanga, Novaliches, Balintawak, Bagong Barrio and nearby areas. Take NLEX and Quirino Highway onto A. Bonifacio Avenue. From A. Bonifacio get to Quezon Boulevard. Take Quezon Boulevard all the way to Lawton, passing through Quezon Boulevard underpass and Quezon Bridge. Road name changes to Padre Burgos Street and the road bends to the left. Upon approach to the first intersection with traffic lights after Lawton, you must be driving to the right lane of Padre Burgos to avoid getting onto the Lagusnilad Underpass. Stay on Padre Burgos and turn left on Roxas Boulevard.

    Drive all the way on Roxas Boulevard. Cross intersections of U.N. Avenue, Pedro Gil, Quirino Avenue and CCP Complex. After you cross CCP Complex traffic lights, you must change lane to the right because you're going to turn right onto Gil Puyat Avenue. Take the rightmost lane of Roxas Boulevard even if you're still in front of CCP Complex because Gil Puyat flyover concrete barrier that separates the side road begins over 500 meters from the foot of the flyover. So to avoid getting onto the flyover make sure you're on the side road early on. Turn right onto Gil Puyat Avenue and immediately make a U-Turn on the next U-Turn slot. Cross Roxas Boulevard under the Gil Puyat - Roxas Boulevard flyover. Drive on Gil Puyat Avenue, crossing Harrison Street. After you pass through the foot bridge, turn right onto the next street. That street is Leveriza Street. Approximately 330 meters from the corner of Gil Puyat and Leveriza is the Cartimar Shopping Complex. There's enough parking spaces inside the complex. You can park your car right after you get in.

    To get home, you can take Taft Avenue. After you exit in Taft Avenue, turn right and then turn right again onto Antonio Arnaiz Street also known as Libertad up to Roxas Boulevard. You can also take Leveriza Street. Follow the one way traffic inside the Cartimar Complex up to the exit on Leveriza. Turn left on Leveriza and turn right onto Antonio Arnaiz.

    Route #3

    From Munoz, Roosevelt, Congressional, Project 7 and 8, SFDM and other nearby areas. Take Del Monte Avenue and head to A. Bonifacio Avenue then follow route #2 or you can take Roosevelt Avenue up to Quezon Avenue. Turn right onto Quezon Avenue and drive all the way to Quiapo and Lawton, passing through Quezon Boulevard underpass and Quezon Bridge. Road name changes to Padre Burgos Street and the road bends to the left. Upon approach to the first intersection with traffic lights after Lawton, you must be driving to the right lane of Padre Burgos to avoid getting onto the Lagusnilad Underpass. Stay on Padre Burgos and turn left on Roxas Boulevard.

    Drive all the way on Roxas Boulevard. Cross intersections of U.N. Avenue, Pedro Gil, Quirino Avenue and CCP Complex. After you cross CCP Complex traffic lights, you must change lane to the right because you're going to turn right onto Gil Puyat Avenue. Take the rightmost lane of Roxas Boulevard even if you're still in front of CCP Complex because Gil Puyat flyover concrete barrier that separates the side road begins over 500 meters from the foot of the flyover. So to avoid getting onto the flyover make sure you're on the side road early on. Turn right onto Gil Puyat Avenue and immediately make a U-Turn on the next U-Turn slot. Cross Roxas Boulevard under the Gil Puyat - Roxas Boulevard flyover. Drive on Gil Puyat Avenue, crossing Harrison Street. After you pass through the foot bridge, turn right onto the next street. That street is Leveriza Street. Approximately 330 meters from the corner of Gil Puyat and Leveriza is the Cartimar Shopping Complex. There's enough parking spaces inside the complex. You can park your car right after you get in.

    To get home, you can take Taft Avenue. After you exit in Taft Avenue, turn right and then turn right again onto Antonio Arnaiz Street also known as Libertad up to Roxas Boulevard. You can also take Leveriza Street. Follow the one way traffic inside the Cartimar Complex up to the exit on Leveriza. Turn left on Leveriza and turn right onto Antonio Arnaiz.

    Route #4

    From Alabang, Muntinlupa, Pacita, Sucat, Metropolis Starmall and other nearby areas as well as southern Tagalog provinces of Laguna, Batangas and Quezon. Take the Skyway or President Osmena Highway also known as South Luzon Expressway all the way to Makati. Turn left on Gil Puyat Avenue. Drive all the way to Pasay, crossing intersections of Filmore, Dian, Bautista, Marconi and Dominga Street. Pass through elevated Gil Puyat Station of LRT-1. Leveriza is the street next to Caltex but Cartimar is to the left, so you need to make a U-Turn on the next available U-Turn slot. After that, turn right onto Leveriza which is next to a footbridge. Approximately 330 meters from the corner of Gil Puyat and Leveriza is the Cartimar. There's enough parking spaces inside the complex. You can park your car right after you get in.

    To get home, you can take Taft Avenue. After you exit in Taft Avenue, turn right and then turn right again onto Antonio Arnaiz Street also known as Libertad up to Roxas Boulevard. You can also take Leveriza Street. Follow the one way traffic inside the Cartimar Complex up to the exit on Leveriza. Turn left on Leveriza and turn right onto Antonio Arnaiz. From Roxas Boulevard, turn right onto Gil Puyat Avenue.

    Route #5

    From Cavite, Tagaytay, Bacoor, Imus, and nearby areas. This is also an alternative route from Alabang, Paranaque, South Mall and other areas to the south of Metro Manila. Take Emilio Aguinaldo Highway or Alabang-Zapote Road and head toward the Coastal Road also known as Manila-Cavite Expressway or Aguinaldo Boulevard. Take Coastal road and drive all the way without any turns. Road name changes to Roxas Boulevard after crossing NAIA Road. Stay on Roxas Boulevard. Pass through EDSA-Roxas Boulevard flyover. Turn right onto Gil Puyat Avenue Avenue and follow the route given in Route #1.


    How to commute to Cartimar Shopping Complex

    Route #1

    From south of Metro Manila - Alabang, Pacita, Muntinlupa, Metropolis Star Mall, Festival Mall and southern Tagalog provinces of Laguna, Batangas and Quezon. There are terminals of jeepneys going to Pasay Rotonda located in Alabang near Metropolis Star Mall. Some of them just pick up passengers along East Service Road near corner Montillano Street. Ride jeepney with Pasay Rotonda sign. Get off at Pasay Rotonda. At the corner of Taft and EDSA, where Metropoint Mall is also located, ride a jeepney going to Quiapo, Monumento or Divisoria but via Palengke Libertad. There are two routes these jeepneys take - via Taft and via Zamora. The jeepney sign must contain Palengke so that the jeep pass through Pasay Taft. You will get off at the exact location of Cartimar. You just need to walk across Taft Avenue. Ask driver to drop you off.

    Route #2

    From north of Metro Manila - Monumento, Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela and other areas in these vicinities. Ride a jeep or bus from your location to Monumento for those who live far. Ride a south bound train or Baclaran bound train in Monumento Station of LRT-1, the Yellow Line. Get off at Libertad Station. Walk along Taft Avenue northward about 350 meters until you get to Cartimar. My advise is to ride a jeep going to Quiapo, Monumento or Divisoria and ask driver to drop you off at Cartimar.

    Route #3

    From Project 7, Project 8, Munoz, Roosevelt, Congressional and areas nearby. Get to Roosevelt Station of LRT-1, the Yellow Line. Ride a Baclaran bound train and get off at Libertad Station. Walk along Taft Avenue northward about 350 meters until you get to Cartimar. My advise is to ride a jeep going to Quiapo, Monumento or Divisoria and ask driver to drop you off at Cartimar.

    Route #4

    From Project 2-3. Ride a jeep going to Quiapo, get off at the corner of EDSA and West Avenue, walk to North Station of MRT-3, the Blue Line. Ride a train going to Taft. Get off at Taft Avenue Station. At the corner of Taft and EDSA, where Metropoint Mall is also located, ride a jeepney going to Quiapo, Monumento or Divisoria but via Palengke Libertad. There are two routes these jeepneys take - via Taft and via Zamora. The jeepney sign must contain Palengke so that the jeep pass through Pasay Taft. You will get off at the exact location of Cartimar. You just need to walk across Taft Avenue. Ask driver to drop you off.

    Route #5

    From Antipolo, Ortigas, Pasig, Mandaluyong and nearby areas. From your respective locations ride a jeep or bus that will take you to EDSA. Once you're along EDSA, walk your way toward the nearest MRT Station. If the MRT Station is too far from your location, ride a bus. The MRT Stations you can get to are any of these: Ortigas Station, Shaw Station and Boni Station. Ride a train going to Taft. Get off at Taft Station. At the corner of Taft and EDSA, where Metropoint Mall is also located, ride a jeepney going to Quiapo, Monumento or Divisoria but via Palengke Libertad. There are two routes these jeepneys take - via Taft and via Zamora. The jeepney sign must contain Palengke so that the jeep pass through Pasay Taft. You will get off at the exact location of Cartimar. You just need to walk across Taft Avenue. Ask driver to drop you off.

    Route #6

    From Novaliches and Bulacan. You can ride a bus or jeepney bound to Blumentritt or Doroteo Jose then ride a train going to Baclaran in either Blumentritt Station or Doroteo Station of LRT-1, the Yellow Line. Or you can get off at Balintawak and walk your way toward Balintawak Station of LRT-1 and ride a train going to Baclaran. Get off at Libertad Station. Walk along Taft Avenue northward about 350 meters until you get to Cartimar. My advise is to ride a jeep going to Quiapo, Monumento or Divisoria and ask driver to drop you off at Cartimar.

    Route #7

    From Marikina, Santolan Pasig, Project 4, Katipunan, Sta. Mesa, SM Centerpoint, and other nearby areas. Ride a train from any station of LRT-2, the purple line. Get off at Recto Station. Walk your way to Doroteo Station of LRT-1 via the crossway that connects LRT-2 to LRT-1. Ride a Baclaran bound train and get off at Libertad Station. Walk along Taft Avenue northward (going back towards Gil Puyat) about 350 meters until you get to Cartimar or ride a jeep with "Quiapo" or "Monumento" or "Divisoria" sign and ask driver to drop you off at Cartimar. You can also get off at Gil Puyat Avenue Station, ride a jeepney with "Baclaran" or "Pasay Rotonda" sign and ask the driver to drop you off at Cartimar.

    Route #8

    From Cavite, Bacoor, Imus, Kawit, Dasmarinas, Tagaytay and other areas nearby. Ride a bus or jeep bound for "Baclaran". You have two options. First option is to ride a bus with "Ayala Leveriza" sign at the loading area along Roxas Boulevard near Redemptorist Church also known as Baclaran Church. Ask the conductor to drop you off at Leveriza Street. At the corner of Leveriza and Gil Puyat, wait for a jeepney with "Pasay Luna Libertad" sign. Ride this jeep and ask the driver to drop you off at Cartimar. Second option is to walk up to LRT Baclaran Station. Ride a jeepney with any of these signs: "Quiapo Pasay Palengke", "Divisoria Pasay Palengke", "Monumento Pasay Palengke", "Dapitan Pasay Palengke", etc. Make sure there's "Pasay Palengke" wording on the sign. Don't ride jeepney with "Zamora" word on its sign as it will not pass by Cartimar Pasay. Ask the driver to drop you off at Cartimar.


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    16 Responses to “How To Get To Cartimar Pasay”

    mannoy @ webnatin said...
    12 February 2011 09:26

    Pre, Thanks. medyo nalito lang ako sa route #7

    "Ride a Baclaran bound train and get off at Libertad Station. Walk along Taft Avenue northward about 350 meters until you get to Cartimar. My advise is to ride a jeep going to Quiapo, Monumento or Divisoria and ask driver to drop you off at Cartimar."


    Philipinoy said...
    12 February 2011 11:54

    Welcome, pre.

    Cartimar is located between Gil Puyat and Libertad kaya pag baba mo sa Libertad Station ng LRT maglalakad ka pabalik para makita mo ang entrada ng Cartimar. Northward kc pabalik. Medyo malapit lang kc kya pwede lakarin pero sa first timer e sakay ng jeep then pki sabi sa driver na pki baba sa Cartimar. Pwede ka din bumaba sa Gil Puyat then ride a jeep going Baclaran then ask driver to drop you off at Cartimar.

    Kung di ka nagmamadali at jeep ang sinakyan mo halimbawa galing Monumento ay sa Cartimar mismo ang baba mo, pkisabi lang sa driver na ibaba ka.


    mannoy @ webnatin said...
    22 February 2011 11:43

    Ok, getz ko na.
    t.y.


    Kristine said...
    5 June 2011 14:53

    Wala po bang how to commute from Cavite, Bacoor, Imus etc?


    Lagalag said...
    5 June 2011 15:07

    Sakay po bus o jeep to Baclaran. Then ride bus with "Ayala Leveriza" sign. Baba po sa Leveriza. Sakay po sa kanto ng Leveriza at Gil Puyat ng jeep na ang sign ay "Pasay Luna Libertad". Dadaan po yan mismo ng Cartimar.


    Lagalag said...
    5 June 2011 15:38

    Para po kay Kristine at sa iba pang taga Cavite, nagpost na po ako ng commuting direction papuntang Cartimar. Yan po ay nasa Route #8 ng How to commute to Cartimar. Huling bahagi po ng post sa itaas.


    Kristine said...
    5 June 2011 19:32

    Ay sorry di ko napansin =)) thanks!


    Kristine said...
    5 June 2011 19:39

    Uhm..

    Second option is to walk up to LRT Baclaran Station. Ride a jeepney with any of these signs: "Quiapo", "Divisoria", "Monumento", "Dapitan", etc. Ask the driver to drop you off at Cartimar.

    Pano po pumunta sa LRT BAclaran station? Sorry..


    Lagalag said...
    5 June 2011 20:08

    Daan po kyo sa Redemptorist Road, yung street na nasa pagitan ng Baclaran Church at Chow King. Main Road po un. Lakad po kayo hanggang sa dulo nun at kumanan po kyo sa Taft Avenue, yung kinaroroonan ng LRT elevated tracks. Lumakad po kyo sa ilalim ng LRT hanggang sa makarating kyo sa LRT Baclaran Station. Dun po marami na jeep papunta Quiapo at iba pa. Ang sakyan nyo ay yun may nakalagay na "Pasay Palengke" para dumaan ng Cartimar. Kasi yung iba ay "Zamora" ang daan. Pag "Zamora" ang sinakyan nyo na jeep na papunta Quiapo, maliligaw na po kayo. Kya pki sigurado po na "Pasay Palengke".


    Kris said...
    5 June 2011 20:17

    Lakad lang po ako mula Baclaran to LRTBAclaran Station?


    Lagalag said...
    6 June 2011 03:32

    Pwede po kyo sumakay ng side car. Medyo malayo kc. Mas komportable ang first option di po kyo kelangan maglakad ng malayo.


    Maribeth Dela Cruz said...
    19 January 2013 22:08

    Anong oras nagbubukas yung cartimar?


    Lag alag said...
    19 January 2013 22:21

    @ Maribeth Dela Cruz. Hi, mga 9 am po bukas na yun.


    maricho99 said...
    19 February 2014 12:23

    thank u sayo lag alag,malinaw po ang explanation nyo about the route.good job.


    maricho99 said...
    19 February 2014 12:27

    good job lag alag! malinaw po ang explanation nyo about the route. from where to where.


    Lag alag said...
    19 February 2014 17:38

    @ maricho99. Marami pong salamat sa papuri.


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