18 Jul 2011

How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT IX

  • 18 Jul 2011
  • Lagalag

  • This is the continuation of directions to buildings situated to the left of Ayala Avenue if you're coming from EDSA. If it's your first time in DirectionsOnWeb, I recommend to read the post that precedes this article to be able to make sense of our topic. Click here. You can also search for other directions, both commuting and driving, to many places in Metro Manila by browsing our Commute and Drive categories. Just click on the links you see in our navigation bar above. Meanwhile, you can also use our Search Box to check if your destination is listed here. If not, you can ask me here.

    Okay, now, back to our topic. After you get off the jeepney at the second unloading zone between Paseo de Roxas and V.A. Rufino Street, walk along Ayala Avenue, towards Paseo de Roxas. Use the pedestrian underpass in Paseo de Roxas to get to the othe side of Ayala Avenue. Come up the pedestrian underpass following the sign that points to Gil Puyat. You're not going to Gil Puyat, it's just a sign that the exit takes you towards Gil Puyat side of Ayala.

    You're now standing in front of BPI Building which is exactly situated at the corner of Ayala and Paseo de Roxas. Go to the exact corner of Ayala and Paseo and walk away from Ayala along Paseo de Roxas until you get to the next intersection which is Dela Rosa Street. Now, we're going to these buildings:

    Left of Carlos Palanca
    OPL Building
    Basic Petroleum Bldg formerly DAO II
    Spirits of Communications Center
    Dona Angela's Garden
    Greenbelt Park Place

    Right of Carlos Palanca
    Jose Cojuangco & Sons Bldg
    BSA Suites
    Dolmar Gold Tower
    E&M Lopez II
    Cattleya Gardens
    Glass Tower

    From the corner of Paseo de Roxas and Dela Roxa Street, go right on Dela Rosa. First road to the left of Dela Rosa is Gil Street. It's followed by Carlos Palanca Street. That's our destination. Go and walk across Dela Rosa to get to Carlos Palanca Street.

    As soon as you get to the corner of Carlos Palanca Street, you get to see Jose Cojuangco & Sons Building exactly at the right corner of Carlos Palanca and Dela Rosa streets. At the left corner of Carlos Palanca and Dela Rosa is the OPL Building. And in the order of how they are listed above, next to Jose Cojuangco & Sons is BSA Suites, followed by Dolmar Gold Tower, then E&M Lopez II, followed by Cattleya Gardens, and the sixth building is Glass Tower. In the same manner, the building next to OPL Building is Basic Petroleum Building fromeryly DAO II, it's followed by Spirits of Communications Centre, then Dona Angela's Garden, and next to it is Greenbelt Park Place which is exactly opposite Glass Tower.

    To illustrate it, here's the building map of the vicinity and how to get to the location from the unloading zone.


    1. hi! the unloading zone is also for buses right? I'm starting work in OPL building in two weeks and I don't know how to get there. this is super helpful,thank you!

    2. @ tahs. Yes loading and unloading zones apply to all kinds of transportation, i.e., buses, jeepneys, taxis and private vehicles. You are welcome.