14 Jan 2012
The main road inside Aseana City through which passenger buses from Fairview, Novaliches and Caloocan pass is Macapagal Blvd. The sign of bus you must ride from your destination is any of the following: "Baclaran", "MIA", "Coastal Mall" and "SM MOA Baclaran". From other locations, just read on.
As of this writing, commuters come to Aseana City to get to the places listed below. If your destination is listed and you want to know how to get there by public jeepneys, buses, MRT/LRT trains, just read this guide. Most of these establishments are located near Bradco Avenue and Macapagal Blvd intersection which is popularly known to both jeepney and bus drivers as DFA, meaning - you can refer to this area as DFA even if you're going to different establishment because DFA building is located at the corner of these roads. If your destination is not listed, see the post that regularly updates commuting directions to Aseana City, just click here or go to Aseana City's Progress.
Buildings inside Aseana City
Aseana One (under construction)
Aseana Power Station
Belle Grande Casino & Hotel (under construction)
DFA Office of Consular Affairs
Petron Gasoline Station
S&R Membership Shopping
Shell Gasoline Station
Establishments in Power Station
Aseana Business Center
Asian Noodle Co
Bank of the Philippines Islands
Golden Legacy Jobmovers Corp
Life Coffee & Tea
Pagkain Club Resto Bar
Park_Hair Salon Co
Tour of Luzon Bike Cafe
It's easy to get to Aseana City from any locations. By LRT-1, just alight at EDSA Station and ride the bus mentioned above. By LRT-2, get off the train at Recto Station and take an LRT-1 train to EDSA Station. By MRT-3, alight at Taft Station and ride a bus mentioned above. Then ask conductor to drop you off at DFA or Bradco. Then walk to your destination. For guide, see map below this post.
From Pasig, Mandaluyong, Kalentong, Taytay, Marikina, Antipolo, Tiendesitas, Eastwood City, Sta Lucia East, Robinson's Metro East and other areas with public jeepneys and buses bound for EDSA or headed to areas located to the other side of EDSA, just get to EDSA via jeep or bus from your location and then ride a bus bound for Baclaran or MRT-3 bound for Taft Station where you will ride the bus mentioned above. Ask the conductor to drop you off at DFA or Bradco. Then walk to your destination. For guide, see map below this post.
You can also take a jeepney with "Baclaran" sign from any of these places: "Monumento", "Cubao", "Sta Cruz Manila", "Quiapo", "Espana", "Lawton", "Ermita", "Malate" and other areas. Alight at EDSA and take a bus bound for Baclaran which I mentioned at the beginning of this post. Then ask the conductor to drop you off at DFA or Bradco. Then walk to your destination. For guide, see map below this post.
If you're from Alabang, Bicutan or FTI, just ride a jeepney with "Pasay Rotonda" or "SM MOA" sign. Get off the jeepney at EDSA-Pasay area and take the bus mentioned above and ask the conductor to drop you off at DFA or Bradco. Then walk to your destination. For guide, see map below this post.
From Sucat via Dr A Santos Ave, Imelda Ave and Ninoy Aquino Ave, ride a jeepney with "Baclaran" sign. There's a jeepney route that serves passengers directly from Baclaran. These jeepneys are colored yellow multicab turned jeepney and their terminal is located in front of Max's Restaurant Roxas Boulevard near corner Redemptorist Road. Read separate post on this passenger jeepney by going to SM MOA Bound Passenger Jeepney New Terminal In Baclaran. The signage of this yellow-colored jeepney version of multicabs in their body reads "Baclaran SM MOA Bradco DFA". It passes by SM MOA on its way to Aseana City. It's stop in Aseana City is on DFA or Shell and McDonald's which are all located near Bradco. Alight there and walk to your destination. See map below this post.
If you're in SM MOA and you're going to Aseana City, just ride the aforementioned yellow multicab bound for DFA. They pass through SM MOA Globamaze rotunda and load passengers from there and near SM Arena. Alight at Bradco Ave or McDonald's and DFA and walk toward your destination. For guide, see map below.
Aseana City Building and Street Map. Click each red pin to see building name.
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