28 Feb 2012

Good Eats And Good Rides From Manila To Cebu

  • 28 Feb 2012
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  • In the post entitled World-Class Airport With The Most Reasonably Priced Food, I shared to you the existence of Food Court inside NAIA Terminal 3 which houses number of both high-end restaurants and stalls that serve affordable meals to both outbound and arriving passengers. Most of us have bad connotation that foods in our airports are expensive and only rich people can afford to have a fast meal right before they board planes to their destinations. The tendency, especially for those flying on their first trip via airplane, is to squeeze time of having some heavy meals into their schedule of getting to the airport. The result is a stressful flight. So, for those of you who don't have knowledge about the affordability of eaing in NAIA-3, you can relax now and get rid of thinking much about eating heavy at home before going to the airport. If a friend or relative of yours is flying, you can tell them to have their meal right at the aiport for a more relaxed travel.

    7-11 at NAIA-3
    The restaurants and fast foods are located next floor up the departure level. You might not notice it. Just take an escalator and when you get there, you will immediately see the sign. Aside from Ministop which serves Pinoy favorite meals, 7-11 is now open at NAIA-3. The popular 24 hour open convenience store serves their meals at the same price as in their branches outside the airport.




    Ministop at NAIA-3

    Ministop has increased their prices 3 pesos more of their regular pricing. Ala Carte meals which cost only 49 pesos in their other branches are sold for 52 pesos in their branch inside NAIA 3. Nevertheless, they're still in our budget, aren't they?

    On Feb 26, I headed to NAIA-3 at 2 am for my flight to Cebu scheduled at 5:50 am. I had my meal at 7-11 before proceeding to the boarding gate. It was a very relaxing trip. I didn't rush. I just grabbed my backpack, plugged down a taxi and 35 minutes after, I was passing the time at the lounge near the Viewing Deck, after which I walked a little bit to 7-11 and ordered my favorite Beef Caldereta and a bottle of water.

    Jollibee inside NAIA-3
    One thing I've noticed at NAIA-3 is more popular fast food chains are opening their outlets here. I've already mentioned that Jollibee is already open. Kenny Rogers has already opened, although the store is closed at the time of my flight. There's also Mister Donut and the popular Dimsun And Dumpling.

    The flight to Cebu only takes 1 hour and 5 minutes. At 6:55 am, the Air Philippines plane I boarded was already at full stop in Mactan Cebu International Airport. And my first step on the Queen City of the south which is also the second important city of the Philippines next to Metro Manila has begun.

    The first siginificant thing I've noticed in this major destination not only for Filipinos but for numerous foreign tourists as well (seen them everywhere), is the good manner of taxi drivers that serve arriving passengers and the ease of going to downtown Cebu without any hassles - very organized, fast and reliable. (Unlike in Metro Manila) When I say taxi, I am referring to the white ones not the yellow. Two types of taxi take passengers from Mactan International Airport to the downtown and anywhere in Cebu. And you should know which one to take and how to locate their terminal, for your convenience and security. For that, I need to open this topic in a new post which will give you more tips especially where to stay in Cebu City, practically.

    Please read it here: Cebu: Taking Taxi From Mactan Airport To Colon
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    22 Feb 2012

    World-Class Airport With The Most Reasonably Priced Food

  • 22 Feb 2012
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  • Travelers usually spend US$ 2 dollars just to buy soda in any airport around the world. I've been to Hong Kong International Airport, Changi Airport and Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Do you know what is the common denominator of these air transportation hubs aside from engineering feat each has? It's the cost of having a fast meal. If your 2 dollars could only buy you a bottle of soft drink, what good is your 4 dollars in having your stomach full or at least feel full.

    It's a fact of life that airport is the most expensive place to buy food. And you might say "Hey, why do you need to buy meal in the airport when you're a shoestring traveler?" Well, actually, I could live with that and even before, I didn't give so much attention. Until I discovered this international airport with world class stature but so sensitive to Pinoys economic status that they literally put up a Food Court inside their terminal.

    When I flew to Laoag City this past January, I came to this airport way too early. Boarding time was 4 pm, so as per airline policy I could have arrived at the airport at 2 pm, but because of my excitement I got there at 11 am. Things like this happen and we have our own whims. I needed to pass the time and the temptation to eat kicked in. So, I decided to roam around this airport terminal with its interior comparable to Hong Kong International Airport and Suvarnabhumi International Airport. It's so modern, clean, spacious, inviting, invigorating and comfortable. If a need for me to be here at 3 am like for example I would be catching an earlier flight, then I wouldn't care sleeping at this airport as I had noticed a lot of outbound passengers slumbering in different sides, corners and benches. Hope www.sleepinginairports.net looks into it.

    Anyways, I took an escalator to the mezzanine and "WOW!". A sign that reads Food Court hangs conspicuously. I was taken aback. I didn't expect the eloquent airport terminal has food court. What's behind my mind then was expensiveness of everything sold here. I'd just tried my luck. My plan was to buy a sandwich which I thought would cost me Php 150.00 and then maybe a bottled water could go for 60 pesos. As it is, I found myself enjoying the gastronomically delightful meal of Beef Caldereta served with freshly cooked rice in styro box that came with a glass of ice tea that only costed me 90 pesos. Now that's travelling in budget. A full meal - rice, pinoy favorite dish and a drink for the price of US$ 2 dollars at an international airport. Amazing!

    So, what is the name of this airport? Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport, the most modern and expensive airport in the country. As of late, it's one of the airport scenes in the upcoming sequel of Bourne film entitled Bourne Legacy which stars Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz and Edward Norton. Their production team shot the NAIA-3 scenes this January. Now, people from around the world get to see our premier airport terminal 3. That's something to watch for.

    A restaurant inside NAIA-3 Food Court
    Back to our topic. Traveling now via Terminal 3 of NAIA is stress-free. You can head out of your home with empty stomach and then have your meal in the Food Court. There are scores of food stalls and restaurants from which you can buy your food without the worry of running out of money. And if that news is not enough, listen to this: Jollibee has its own outlet right inside food court of NAIA-3. "Now you're talking!", you might quip. Well, that's not all. Do you know those people on the go in Makati and Ortigas rushing to any Ministop any time of the day just to grab a full meal that cost only 59 pesos? Guest what? Ministop, the 24 hour convenience store owned by "Robinson's" has their own branch right at the center of the food court. I've been a regular customer of Ministop primarily because of their Pinoy favorite meals such as Tapsilog and Porksilog as well as rice toppings which include Beef Caldereta, Chicken Adobo, Bicol Express, Sisig, Liempo, Dinuguan, Menudo and even native energy food called Balut. During the days I was working on the my blog entry entitled Commute Guide To Buildings & Attractions Inside BGC From MRT Ayala Station which required me to be at BGC for days, Ministop is the one who fed me. They are everywhere.

    Now that I had discovered Ministop in NAIA 3, I will never be stress-out whenever my flight departs from this terminal. I just grab my backpack and take a cab to the terminal hours before my flight, have my heavy meal at the Food Court, relax in any lounges before heading to boarding lounges nearest to designated gate, open my smartphone or notebook and browse blogs of my favorite bloggers like EDMARATION etc, Just Sharing - WEBNATIN, Lakad Pilipinas, Promdi/City Girl Diaries, Batang Lakwatsero, ruthilicious, MICAMYX, The Backpack Man, Pinoy Adventurista, Lakbay Philippines and Arnel Pineda | Official Site. Thanks to the airport's free wifi.

    On Feb 26, my flight to Cebu City will depart at 4 am. Right from NAIA Terminal 3. Now, I get to eat my favorite meal from Ministop inside my favorite airport terminal. Hope they don't jack up the price just because they are inside a world class airport. I'll let you know. "Because it just feels good to eat in an airport!" :)
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    19 Feb 2012

    One Night In Tiendesitas

  • 19 Feb 2012
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  • Last night, friends invited me to Tendesitas to have some booze and see a band performed live. When I learned that one of us, the one who would drive, doesn't drink I considered coming. I am a law abiding citizen who doesn't drive while intoxicated and I don't want to ride a car being driven by a person with even a bit of pick-me-up inside their body. It's Saturday night and I figured I needed a time-out from blogging, so I obliged to go. Besides, I thought it would give me an avenue to search for a safe driving direction from Tiendesitas to Timog-Morato area that can be taken past midnight.

    SK8s performing live at Tiendesitas

    After filling up the tank at Petron in Boy Scout Circle, we headed out to our destination. I was the one who suggested the route. We took the driving direction I posted in my blog entry entitled Driving Directions To Tiendesitas And Frontera Verde. We took Kamuning Road, crossed EDSA, took Kamias Road all the way to Langka Street where we turned right. Then, we turned left on Xavierville Ave and drove all the way to Esteban Abada St, the last road before Katipunan Ave. We turned left on Abada to get around so that we could pass through Katipunan Aurora flyover. This is the route to take to avoid the traffic in Aurora Blvd intersection. To get the details of this route, go to Driving Directions To Tiendesitas And Frontera Verde. Once we're in Katipunan Ave, the drive was smooth all the way to Tiendesitas with a bit of traffic in Libis caused by the U-turn to Eastwood City. We left Petron at 7:40 pm and parked at Tiendesitas at 8:25 pm.

    Tiendesitas nightlife experience

    We had a ball all through out the night. The band named SK8s performed well. The food was great as well. We bought our food from Sinugba stall. A group meal served in circular basket and called "Bilao Meal" which contains different assortment of Filipino favorite dishes, namely: Nilasing na Hipon, Crispy Calamares, Pork Liempo, Boneless Bangus, Chicken Teriyaki, Garlic Chicken, Chop suey, Sinigang na Baboy, Manggang Binagoongan, and of course rice (6 cups). It costs Php 1,200 and served with free two towers of ice tea, each tower measures 1 liter. Now, with the sumptuous finger foods and meals in front of us and a live band playing great rock and pop songs, we ordered enough quantity of light beer to enjoy the night in Tiendesitas.

    A night in Tiendesitas

    We took different route on our way back to Boy Scout Circle. I had quickly drawn up in my mind a map in which Tiendesitas and Boy Scout Circle are connected by different roads and I came out with this direction: from Tiendesitas take Julia Vargas, turn right onto EDSA, left on Ortigas Ave via flyover, turn right onto N. Domingo, left at Dona Hemedy, right onto E. Rodriguez Sr Ave and finally, turn left on Tomeas Morato. And so I instructed our designated driver along our way. Not bad, because we've reached Boy Scout Circle in no time. We left Tiendesitas parking area at 11:55 pm and at 12:20 am we're already encircling Boy Scout Roundabout.
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    15 Feb 2012

    Commute Guide To Buildings & Attractions Inside BGC From MRT Ayala Station

  • 15 Feb 2012
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  • Bonifacio Global City is situated approx two kilometers to the east of MRT Ayala Station in EDSA, Makati. Boasts of world class destinations, Fort Bonifacio, as it is also known, can ultimately pass for hub of attractions when one asked where to go in Manila. Now I'm going to give you direction to each and any of the buildings and destinations located inside Bonifacio Global City and it will be done the quickest possible time by means of links from the building names to the detailed guide on how to get to particular building or destination. The buildings' names and destinations' names are listed alphabetically. Kindly read until you get to the listing. See embedded Bonifacio Global City map.






    You can get to any building or destination within the privately owned highly urbanized district from MRT Ayala by means of a bus ride from BGC Bus Terminal Building which is located across the staircase of MRT Ayala Station northbound exit. Alight at designated Bus Stop nearest to your building or place of destination and walk a little bit. Note: If your destination is inside High Street click here. /Update Jan 27 2015/ Read our post about the BGC Bus Terminal building, go to -> BGC Bus new EDSA-McKinley Terminal across MRT Ayala Opens /end of Update/





    Important: UPDATED today, May 31, 2016. As of today, I checked yesterday, schedules of East Route and West Route from EDSA is from 6am to 10pm. Lower West & Upper West are now just extras or additional. Please go to this post -> Rush Hour Commute Directions To BGC Buildings From MRT Ayala Station

    Even if you're from the farthest part of Metro Manila, going to a location inside the Bonifacio Global City is relatively easy. First, you need to get to the exact location of MRT Ayala Station. You can get there either by bus or by train. Second, go down to northbound lane of EDSA which is the lane "opposite" SM Makati. There's only one stair there. Get inside BGC Bus Terminal and buy ticket, depending on what BGC bus route passes your destination.

    There are two routes the buses take in going to Bonifacio Global City from BGC Bus Terminal in EDSA:

    BGC Bus Routes are:

    WEST ROUTE EAST ROUTE
    The bus that plies this route is:
    • BGC Bus - takes McKinley Drive from its terminal in EDSA
    Route Direction
    The bus loops through the west part of BGC and unloads/loads passengers at Bus Stops located along the route and goes back to its EDSA terminal.
    Buses that ply this route:
    • BGC Bus - takes McKinley Drive
    • HM Bus - takes EDSA and Kalayaan Ave
    • Worthy Bus - takes EDSA and Kalayaan Ave
    Route Directions
    The buses take passengers to buildings and places located within the east part of BGC and then the bus parks at its other terminal in Market Market parking ground. All passengers who haven't alighted in Bus Stops at which the bus had stopped earlier must alight at Market Market.
    Buy ticket
    Get inside the terminal. Proceed to ticket seller window with signage that reads West.
    Buy ticket
    Get inside the terminal. Proceed to ticket seller window with signage that reads East.

    How to get to BGC Bus Terminal in EDSA from different locations?


    If you're in Glorietta or SM Makati, get across EDSA via MRT Ayala Station. If you're from any point along Ayala Avenue, take a "Washington-Ayala" jeepney to get to EDSA and use the pedestrian overpass to get to the BGC Bus Terminal. Some jeepneys cross EDSA, just ask driver. If you're riding a bus from north e.g. Caloocan, Cubao, Monumento, Fairview or Novaliches, alight at SM Makati and get across EDSA via MRT Station. If you're riding a bus from south e.g. Alabang, Sucat, Baclaran, NAIA, SM MOA or Pasay, alight at MRT Ayala Station. From any station of MRT-3, get off at Ayala Station. From any station of LRT-2, transfer at MRT-3 in Araneta Center Cubao Station. From a station of LRT-1, transfer to MRT-3 at Taft Station Important: The bus to ride in going to MRT Ayala Station/SM Makati must have a secondary sign that reads "Ayala Ibabaw."

    Buildings & Destinations in BGC listed in Alphabetical order






    Below are the buildings and destinations inside BGC. First column is the name of buildings/destinations, second column is Bus Route for you to take, i.e. east and west, third column is name of Bus Stop nearest to the particular building or destination and fourth column is the Bus Stop Number (ordinal position) in relation to the The Fort Bus Terminal in EDSA. Just click your place to get direction.

    But first, go see the Route Map of each bus. So that you get bird's eye view of how the buses get around their respective routes. After you examine the maps, just click the Back button to get back here. For West Route Map, click here. For East Route Map, click here.

    For fast direction, just click the name of your building or place of destination. All buildings and spots are listed in alphabetical order. You will land to Bus Stop near it and with detailed map and walk guide from bus stop. Use Back button to return.

    Important: You're using mobile now. To maximize help that this guide gives, please make sure to drag maps by touching a map with TWO fingers and move to desired direction. Pinch to zoom out. 'Pinch-out' gesture to zoom in.






    Tip: Tap your thumb in each of red pins in the maps to show building names and quickly get directions.


    Destination Bus Route Bus Stop Name Bus Stop Number
    32&Fifth East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Accralaw Tower West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Active Fun Children's
    Play & Party Centre
    East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Agave East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    American Cemetery West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Amphitheater of High Street West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Ascott BGC Manila West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Autohub West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Autostrada East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Avant The Fort West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Bench Tower West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    BGC Arts Center West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Blue Sapphire Residences West Route[ Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Bo Concept East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Bonifacio Civic Center East Route Market Market Terminal 4th Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Bonifacio High Street East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Bonifacio One Technology Tower West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Bonifacio Ridge West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Bonifacio Stopover Center West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Bonifacio Stopover Pavilion West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Bonifacio Technology Center West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    British School Manila East Route University Parkway 3rd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Brothers Burger East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Burgos Circle West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Central Square West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Citibank Plaza/Citi Plaza East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Commerce Center West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Crescent Park Residences West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Department of Energy East Route University Parkway 3rd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Dimension East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    ECO Tower East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Embassy of Singapore West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bust Stop
    from EDSA
    Energy Development Corp East Route University Parkway 3rd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Essensa East Forbes West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Every Nation East Route University Parkway 3rd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    F1 City Center Hotel East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Fairways Tower West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Fiesta Market East Route Market Market Terminal 4th Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Fifth Avenue Place West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Forbes Town Center West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Forbeswood Heights West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Forbeswood Parklane West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Ford Global City West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Fort Legend Tower West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Fort Palm Spring Condo West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Fort Victoria U/C West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Forum South Global West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Fully Booked East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Furnitalia West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    GAP High Street East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Globe Telecom Tower East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Honda Cars Global City East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    HSBC Centre East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Hyundai Global City West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Icon Plaza West Route RCBC 2nd Bust Stop
    from EDSA
    Icon Plaza Showroom West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Icon Residences West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    International School Manila East Route University Parkway 3rd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Jeco Prime Building West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Jollibee West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    JP Morgan Chase West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Karport West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Kensington Place West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Kia Motors Global City West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Kidzania Manila East Route University Parkway 3rd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Korean Cultural Center West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    LR Phils Motors East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Mancor Corporate Center West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Manila Japanese School East Route University Parkway 3rd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Marajo Tower West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Market Market East Route Market Market Terminal 4th Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Maybank Performing Arts Theater West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    MC Home Depot East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    McDonald's Burgos Circle West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    McKinley Park Residences West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Meguiar's VIP Auto Salon West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Metro Market Market East Route University Parkway 3rd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Mini Global City West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    MOs Design East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    MUJI High Street East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    NAC Tower East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    NBC Tent (demolished) West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Net Cube West Route Net Cube 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Net Lima West Route The Fort Bus Stop 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Net One Center West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Net Park West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Net Plaza West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Net Quad West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Net Square West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Nuffnang Philippines East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    One Global Place West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    One McKinley Place West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    One Parkade West Route The Fort Bus Stop 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    One World Place East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Pacific Plaza Towers West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Penhurst Park Place West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    PGA Cars Audi East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Philam Life West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Picadilly Star West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    PNOC East Route University Parkway 3rd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    PS Bank West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    RCBC Corporate Tower West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Red Ribbon West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Regent Parkway West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    S&R East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Seattle's Best Coffee East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Seattle Best Coffee 4th Ave West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Seda East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Seibu Tower West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Serendra East Route Market Market Terminal 4th Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Shangri-La at The Fort West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Shell Gasoline Station West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Slice East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    SM Aura Premier East Route Market Market Terminal 4th Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    South of Market East Route Market Market Terminal 4th Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Space 2000 West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    St Luke Medical Center West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    St Michael Parish West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Starbucks Coffee 32 Ave West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    STI Academy East Route University Parkway 3rd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Sun Life Amphitheater West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    Sun Life Centre West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Beaufort West Route McKinley Parkway 1st Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Beaufort Showroom West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Bellagio West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Curve (U/C) West Route BGC Stopover 4th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Fort West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Fort Residences West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Fort Strip West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Grand Hamptons 1 & 2 West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Luxe Residences West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Mind Museum West Route Net One 3rd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Sapphire Residences West Route Crescent Park West 5th Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    The Spa Wellness East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Trade And Financial Tower East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    Uptown Mall West Route RCBC 2nd Bus Stop
    from EDSA
    W City Center East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    W Fifth Ave Bldg East Route Globe Tower/HSBC 1st Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    W Global Center East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus
    W Office Building East Route Nutriasia 2nd Bus Stop from
    EDSA by HM Bus

    How to get to the buildings located around BGC Bus Stops


    Direction of BGC Bus West Route from BGC Bus Terminal in EDSA to West BGC


    Important: Use TWO fingers to drag map from left to right to see the whole route. Pinch the map to zoom out. To zoom in, 'pinch-out' gesture. Tap each bus icon to get its name and to know which bus stop is available for boarding bus to return to EDSA.


    How To Get To Buildings & Spots From A Bus Stop In West BGC


    First Bus Stop From EDSA - McKinley Parkway


    5th Ave and McKinley Pkway intersection is the gateway to BGC from Ayala-EDSA and as such a BGC sign is erected at the left corner, welcoming visitors to Bonifacio Global City. The bus turns left onto 5th Ave from McKinley and then it will immediately stop after the left turn to drop passengers headed to the buildings near to this stop. If your destination is in this vicinity, alight here. As you can see in the map below, you can walk your way to American Cemetery via Rizal Drive. Please click red markers in the map to display building names. Regent Parkway, Essensa East Forbes and Fifth Avenue Place are along 5th Avenue toward south. But their entrances are situated facing 21st St, the road to the other side. Jeco Prime Building is the colored green glass building that you see in front of Regent Parkway.





    Singapore Embassy is the large fenced compound located few meters from the bus stop. Fairway Tower is at the other corner of 5th Ave and McKinley. Sun Life Centre is very visible from this bus stop as its signage is facing your direction. Pacific Plaza Towers is a short walk away from Fairway Tower via 23rd St, the short road opposite Embassy of Singapore. Just take 4th Ave from small roundabout. Next to Fairway Tower is The Beaufort followed by Victoria Fort. To get to Seibu Tower, walk along 5th Ave, turn right onto 24th St. Icon Plaza Showroom is at the right of 5th Ave opposite Sun Life Centre. Next to it is One Global Place, situated at 5th Ave corner 25th St.

    Location Map of buildings around McKinley Pkway Bus Stop. Click red pins for building names.

    Gate of American Cemetery BGC
    Jeco Prime Bldg Bonifacio Global City
    Jeco Prime
    Fifth Avenue Place
    Essensa East of Forbes
    Regent Parkway
    Fairways Tower BGC
    One Global Place BGC
    Pacific Plaza Towers BGC
    Seibu Tower BGC
    Singapore Embassy BGC
    Sun Life Centre Bonifacio Global City

    Second Bus Stop From EDSA - RCBC aka The Fort Station






    This bus stop is popularly known as The Fort Station. From 5th Ave, BGC bus turns right onto 25th St and turns left onto 7th Ave. Then it turns left again onto 26th St where it will stop at this bus stop which is located before the intersection of 5th Ave. Uptown Mall is one more BGC bus ride away. Alight here, buy ticket from ticket seller (in uniform) and wait for BGC bus with "North" sign. Tell the driver you're getting off at Uptown Mall. For one jeepney ride to Uptown Mall from either MRT or SLEX, go to How to Commute to Uptown Mall BGC Taguig. St Michael the Archangel Parish Church is one more ride from this stop. For more details, go to How to Get to St Michael the Archangel Parish in BGC. Ascott, far right along 5th Ave, is easily seen from this stop with its name on its upper facade. But it is nearer to Net One, please read the guide there. Net Park is next to Net Lima aka Philamlife, along 5th Ave. But it will be more convenient if you use the next bus stop as it will only be a stone throw away. Opposite this bus stop across 26th St is RCBC Savings Corporate Tower.

    Next to RCBC toward 7th Ave is Icon Plaza. Located adjacent to the parking area by the bus stop is The Fort. The Maybank Performing Arts Theater is located at the corner of 26th Street and 9th Ave. From this bus stop, walk back along 26th St past 7th St and you will immediately see the signage of the arts theater on its facade, right hand side of 26th St. BGC Arts Center is the entire complex in which the Maybank Performing Arts Theater is founded. Sun Life Amphitheater - you would have seen it to your right after the bus turned left onto 7th Ave from 25th St. Sun Life Amphitheater is located at the same location of Maybank Performing Arts, only much nearer, so you'll pass by it on the way to Maybank Performing Arts. Where is BHS Amphitheater? If you're going to Bonifacio High Street Amphitheater and Central Square, walk to 5th Ave, turn right there and walk past the next intersection of 28th St. Turn right onto High Street for the Amphitheater. Central Square is the building to your left. If your destination is the NBC Tent which is located at the other side of 7th Ave, walk back until you get to the corner of 26th and 7th Ave where you will immediately see NBC Tent at the other opposite corner. Forum South Global is located along the bus route in 7th Ave, you should have seen it if you're on the right side of the bus. To get there, turn right onto 7th Ave from 26th St The Fort Bus Stop, you will immediately see McDonald's branch in Forum South Global. The Fort Strip is almost opposite NBC Tent, just walk further a bit. One Parkade is located at the corner of 7th Ave and 30th St. Just walk past NBC Tent and The Fort Strip and you will immediately see the signage of OneParkade. Meanwhile, Philam Life which occupies Net Lima bldg is located across 5th Ave exactly at the other corner of 26th St and you will immediately see it from the bus stop because there's a signage of Philam Life. Mini Cooper is situated at the other corner of 26th St and 5th Ave opposite Philam Life.


    Location map around RCBC bus stop. Click each red pin to read the name.

    The Fort at Bonifacio Global City
    NBC Tent Bonifacio Global City
    The Fort Strip


    Third Bus Stop From EDSA - Net One






    After taking 26th St, the bus crosses 5th Ave, drives past 4th Ave, turns right onto 3rd Ave and stops immediately after passing by the building of Net One Center which is located at the corner of 26th St and 3rd Ave. This bus stop is near corner of 27th St, a very short inner road. How to get to The Mind Museum? Walk straight along 3rd Ave and cross 28th Street. The Mind Museum is on the left of 3rd Ave past 28th St. The back lobby entrance of Net Park is a stone throw away here. Just walk along 27th St and in less than 3 minutes, you'll get there. Ascott is immediately next to Net Park along 4th Ave. The hotel is at the corner of 4th Ave 28th St. Note: Even though official addresses are 5th Ave, lobby entrances of Net Park and Ascott are located at 4th Ave. If your destination is Net One Center, just walk back a little bit. You can easily see McDonald's at Forbes Town, just walk across 3rd Ave and Rizal Dr. McDonald's is opposite Net One Center. As you can see in the map below (click red pins), One McKinley Place is just across 26th St. Marajo Tower is located next to Net One bldg along 26th St, so you need to walk back toward 5th Ave along 26th St to get there. Marajo Tower is actually located at the corner of 4th Ave and 26th St. Seattle Best Coffee is opposite Marajo Tower at the other corner of 4th Ave across 26th St. Autohub is at the other corner of 26th St across 4th Ave. If your destination is Picadilly Star walk from bust stop forward along 3rd Ave and turn right onto 27th St. Picadilly Star is situated at the corner of 27th St and 4th Ave. Walk past 27th St to get to 28 St where Net Square - Ericsson is located at the corner. Turn right onto 28th St to get to Luxe Residences which is next to Net Square. Turn left onto 28th St to get to Forbes Woods Heights.

    How to commute to Forbes Town Center from EDSA? Alight from the BGC Bus at this bus stop. Walk across 3rd Ave toward McDonald's Forbes Town which is very visible from this bus stop. It's just a short walk away. McDonald's Forbes Town is exactly located at the corner of 26 St and Rizal Dr. Walk a little bit from the corner of 26th St and Rizal Dr along 26th St until you get to Forbestown Road which is already the Forbes Town Center. Forbestown Road also leads to the Burgos Circle.

    Along Rizal Dr, next to McDonald's Forbes Town toward 28th St is Forbeswood Parklane, followed by Forbeswood Heights.

    Entrances of Icon Residences and Avant The Fort are located at small roundabout at the end of 3rd Ave past Net One Center and One McKinley Place. See photos of these buildings below this map.

    Location Map around NetOne Bus Stop. Click red pins to read building names.





    Marajo Tower Bonifacio Global City
    Net One Center Global City
    Net Square BGC
    Picadilly Star BGC
    Forbes Town Center
    Forbeswood Heights
    Forbeswood Parklane
    The Luxe Residences BGC
    Toro Restaurant & Bar Global City
    Burgos Circle Bonifacio Global City
    Avant The Fort & Icon Residences
    One McKinley Place BGC


    Fourth Bus Stop From EDSA - Bonifacio Stopover


    Bonifacio Stopover Bus Stop is located in front of the building of Bonifacio Stopover Pavilion, hence, the eponym. From Net One which is the third bus stop from EDSA, the bus takes the one way 3rd Ave all the way past The Mind Museum and then it will take the turnaround road to take Rizal Drive, which goes in the opposite direction. The bus will turn right immediately onto the first T-intersection which is 31st St cor Rizal Drive where Bonifacio Stopover Pavilion is situated. The bus stops right there in that station.





    Bonifacio One Technology Tower is just across Bonifacio Stopover. It is located at the opposite corner of Rizal Dr and 31st St. Just cross 31st St if that is your destination. Bench Tower is next to Bonifacio One Technology along Rizal Dr. If your destination is Furnitalia/Space 2000, Walk along Rizal Dr from Bonifacio One Technology past Bench Tower and cross the next street which is 30th St. Furnitalia is at the opposite corner of Rizal Dr and 30th St across Bench Tower. Bonifacio Stopover Corporate Center is the tall building attached to Bonifacio Stopover Pavilion along 31st St. Just walk along 31st St toward the direction of the bus.

    If your destination is any of the following: CATS Motors Inc's Mercedes Benz, St Luke Medical Center, Ford Global City, Korean Cultural Center, Mancor Corporate Center, Meguiar's VIP Auto Salon, Kia Motors Global City and Karport, walk back to Rizal Dr from bus stop. Walk along Rizal drive from Bonifacio Stopover Pavilion past the turnaround road that bus has taken. Cross the main intersection of Rizal Dr and 32nd St. CATS Mercedes Benz and St Luke Medical Center are located at opposite corners of 32nd St and Rizal Dr, respectively. You'll see them immediately. Ford Global is next to Mercedes Benz along Rizal Dr. Next to Mercedes Benz along 32nd St are: Korean Cultural Center, Mancor Corporate Center, Meguiar's VIP Auto Salon, Kia Motors Global City and Karport, in that order. Stand-alone restaurants of Chowking, Red Ribbon and Jollibee are located in that tip of Rizal Dr before the intersection of 32nd St.





    If your destination is any of these buildings: The Curve, Fort Legend Tower, McKinley Park Residences, Net Cube, Shangri-la at the Fort Manila, Commerce Center and Net Quad, then you have to get back to 3rd Ave. Walk across the parking lot between Rizal Dr and 3rd Ave. If you're standing at the corner of 31st and Rizal Dr, looking at the tall buildings of 3rd Ave, from left to right are: The Curve (exactly located at the corner of 32nd St and 3rd Ave), Fort Legend Tower, MdKinley Park Residences, Net Cube and the super tall skyscraper is Shangri-La. Those buildings are each located in corners, and their names are all visible. Meanwhile, Commerce Center is at the back of Fort Legend while Net Quad is at the back of McKinley Park and Net Cube from your location, of course.

    Location Map of buildings around Bonifacio Stopover. Click red pins for building names.
    Important: Please drag the map to all directions to see all pins of all buildings.



    Net Cube
    Fort Legend Tower
    Net Quad
    Transnational Diversified Group (TDG)
    Fort Legend Tower
    McKinley Park Residences
    Net Cube
    Commerce Center BGC
    St Luke Medical Center BGC Taguig City

    Fifth Bus Stop From EDSA - Crescent Park West


    As you can see in the map, the bus takes Rizal Drive from 3rd Ave via turaround lane. Then it turns right onto the next street perpendicular to Rizal Drive which is 31st St. The bus crosses 2nd Ave and turns left onto 1st Ave where the fifth Bus Stop from EDSA is located. Both Upper Route - rush hour and West Route - off-peak hour take the same direction.

    Here are the buildings nearer to this bus stop:

    If your destination is JP Morgan Chase which is located at Net Plaza bldg, walk back to 31st St, turn left onto 31st St and you will immediately see the building from afar, right side of 31st St. Bonifacio Technology Centre is just opposite 1st Ave along 31st St. It's the elongated building that stretches from the corner of 2nd Ave to the next building which is the Net Plaza itself.





    Burgos Circle is located at the other end of 1st Ave which bends to left. Just walk down the road (1st Ave) until you get to its opposite end. Bellagio is also located there at the corner of 1st Ave and Burgos Circle roundabout.

    The Grand Hamptons Tower 2 is just opposite the Bus Stop. It is located at the corner of 1st Ave and 31st St. Just cross the road to get there. Turn right onto 31st St to get to The Grand Hamptons Tower 1 which is next to The Grand Hamptons Tower 2 along 31st St. Cross 2nd Ave to ge to The Sapphire Residences which is at the corner of 2nd Ave and 31st St. Fort Palm Spring Condominium is next to The Grand Hamptons Tower 2 along 1st Ave. It is located at the corner of 30th St. Penhurst Park Place is at the other corner of 1st Ave and 30th St. Next to Penhurst Park Place along 1st Ave is Kensington Place. Still, along 1st Ave opposite Kensington Place is Bonifacio Ridge which is to the right of side of 1st Ave if you're walking from the Bus Stop which is also at the right side of 1st Ave. Turn left onto 30th St if you're going to Crescent Park Residences which is next to Penhurst Park Place. Blue Sapphire Residences is next to Fort Palm Spring Condominium. Blue Sapphire is at the left corner of 30th St and 2nd Ave. Lastly, cross 2nd Ave to get to Accralaw and The Fort Residences which are located at the left and right corners of 2nd Ave and 30th St, respectively.


    Location map: Buildings near Crescent Park bus stop. Click red pins to get building names.



    Bonifacio One Technology Tower
    Bonifacio Technology Center
    Net Plaza BGC
    The Grand Hamptons 1&2 BGC
    Bonifacio Ridge Bonifacio Global City
    The Sapphire Residences BGC


    Sixth Bus Stop From EDSA - Fort Victoria






    This is the last Bus Stop before the bus goes back to EDSA terminal. Most passengers who are coming to the buildings near to this bus stop alight at the first bus stop in McKinley Parkway. It's faster to reach destinations here from McKinley Parkway Bus Stop than spending time inside the bus and wait till it reaches this Bus Stop. Nevertheless, there are few who preferred to alight here. The buildings around it are: Sun Life Centre, Pacific Plaza Towers, Icon Plaza Showroom, One Global Place, The Beaufort, Seibu Tower, Singapore Embassy and Fort Victoria in which this Bus Stop is located. Please see map below to know "walk direction" to any of the buildings from this Bus Stop.

    Location Map of buildings around Fort Victoria Bus Stop. Click red pins for names.



    Direction of HM Bus (East Route) from The Fort Bus Terminal in EDSA to Market Market


    IMPORTANT: Please click each red bus icon to see bus stop name and if you can use it to return to EDSA. Not all bus stops are available for boarding a bus back to MRT Ayala Station/BGC Terminal EDSA.

    Important: Please tap each red bus icon to see bus stop name and see if you can use it to return to EDSA. Not all bus stops are available for boarding a bus back to MRT Ayala/BGC EDSA Terminal.




    How To Get To Buildings & Destinations From A Bus Stop Along East Route Of BGC Bus


    The difference between BGC Bus East Route and HM Bus East Route aside from the roads they take from EDSA is that the former stops at McKinley Pkway Bus Stop before heading to The Fort Bus Stop which is the first Bus Stop of HM Bus. So, you must remember this: If the bus you take East Route is HM Bus, it will not pass by Mckinley Pkway. It's first Bus Stop from EDSA is The Fort. If the bus you take East Route is BGC Bus, it will stop in McKinley Pkway Bus Stop if there are passengers alighting there. And the second Bus Stop of BGC Bus is The Fort. Directions explain below is based on HM Bus routes and bus stops.


    First Bus Stop From EDSA: 7TH Ave Globe Tower


    Located along 7th Ave immediately after the bus turns right from 32nd St. This is where to get off the bus if your destination is Globe Tower which the bus has passed by at the corner of 32nd St and 7th Ave. Walk back to 32nd St, turn left to get to the entrance. W City Center is right at this bus stop, you will quickly see it. Because this bus stop is exactly located at the frontage of W City Center. The Trade and Financial Tower is located at the other corner of 32nd and 7th Ave. F1 City Center Hotel is next to Globe Tower.





    W Fifth Ave is along 5th Ave, just turn left from 32nd. HSBC Centre is just across W Fift Ave. Walk across 32 Street to get to S&R Membership Shopping which is at the other corner of 32nd St and 5th Ave. MC Home Depot is along 32 Street next to S&R.
    Cross 32nd from the corner of 5th Ave to get to 32nd & Fifth which is very visible from the bus stop. Autostrade and LR Phils are next to 32nd & Fifth, exactly located at the corner of 32nd and 4th Ave. See map below.


    Location Map of buildings around MC Bus Stop. Click red pins to read building names.

    Autostrada Bonifacio Global City
    32nd and Fifth Bonifacio Global City
    HSBC Centre Bonifacio Global City
    Trade And Financial Tower BGC
    F1 City Center Hotel BGC

    Second Bus Stop From EDSA: Nutriasia


    Located along 30th St few meters before the main intersection of 9th Ave. Exactly at that corner of 9th Ave and 30th St is a under construction building. Opposite that building, located at the other corner or the opposite corner of 9th Ave and 30th St is W Global Center building. To get to Seda building, walk from bus stop, cross 9th Ave, walk further along 30th St until you see the building with the word "Seda" above it. It is located at the end tip of 30th St. If your destination is either ECO Tower or NAC Tower, here's what to do. From bus stop, walk forward to 9th Ave and turn left on 9th Ave. Walk along 9th Ave which is northward past 31st St until you get to the main intersection of 32nd St where the ECO Tower is situated. Turn left on 32nd St to get to NAC Tower which is next to ECO Tower.

    If your destination is either One World Place or Citibank Plaza aka Citi Plaza, cross 32nd St. You must see by now the logo of Citi Plaza up ahead. To get to Citi Plaza, walk further along 9th Ave past Lane R and Lane S and turn right onto the next intersection which is 34th St, walk until you get to the exact location of the Citi Plaza. To get to One World Place, walk along 32nd St, turn right on 32nd St from 9th Ave after you cross 32nd. Walk further and you'll see the tall building in the middle of 9th Ave and 11th Ave.

    From bus stop, walk to 9th Ave. Turn right onto 9th Ave. Walk along 9th Ave from 30th St to get to High Street. Nuffnang Philippines is along 9th Ave, at the corner of Lane P and 9th Ave in Bonifacio High Street. Agave is located at the same building where Nuffnang is. To get to Slice, walk past Agave until you get to the corner of High Street where Nike is located, turn right. Walk past Seattle's Best Coffee, IStudio, Nokia, The Stock Market, Geox, Runnr, Speedo and Starbucks Coffee. Walk across the road (7th Ave) towards C2 Building (visible from Starbucks) which is to your left. Slice is at the ground floor of C2 Building alongside Mango and Jamba Juice. For fast commute directions to different establishments in High Street, go to Commute Fast To Restaurants & Establishments In Bonifacio High Street. Dimension is to the left of 9th Ave in High Street. Brothers Burger is also located near 9th Ave. Walk past High Street and to your right is Bo Concept, then MOs Design and Active Fun Children's Play and Party Center to the right of 9th Ave corner of 28th St. Opposite Active Fun, to the left corner is Honda Cars Global City. Now walk along 28th St from Honda eastward and you will get to PGA Cars Audi, located at the corner of 28th and 11th Ave which is W Office Building. If your destination is MUJI or Fully Booked, then, from Nuffnang, walk inside Bonifacio High Street eastward until you get to 11th Ave where they are located opposite each other. GAP is at the same building of MUJI.


    Buildings and spots near 30th Street Bus Stop. Click red pins to get their names. Note: Please move the map downward to see pins of Citibank Plaza, One World Place, Eco Tower, etc.


    MUJI Bonifacio High Street
    Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street
    PGA Cars Audi at W Office Bldg in BGC
    Bonifacio High Street

    Third Bus Stop From EDSA: University Parkway


    Located right before C-5 and Metro Market Market where terminal of jeepneys and FXs bound for different directions is located. The tall building of STI is just across 32nd St, situated at the corner of 32nd and 38th St. Kidzania Manila is located past STI building, walk past STI, turn right at that corner, 34th St, and the building next to open space at left is the Kidzania. The frontage is at the other street that bordered it, 11th Ave. From STI building cross 34th St and turn right onto the next street which is 11th Ave, immediately you will see the big signage of Kidzania at the right of 11th Ave, next to vacant space of 11th Ave cor 32nd St. Also visible even before the bus stops is Every Nation, located at the right corner of 32nd and 38 streets opposite STI. You just cross 32nd to get to them. Walk to the right of 38th Street from Every Nation to get to International School Manila which is next to Every Nation. Walk to the left of 38th St from STI to get to Energy Development Corporation and Department of Energy which are next to STI. PNOC is next. Then British School Manila followed by Manila Japanese School which you might find too far for a walk, so you might consider taking a taxi from Market Market. But you can actually ride a jeepney that passes through 38th St. The sign of the jeepney is "Guadalupe" and you can ride this jeep at the loading area along McKinley Pkwy between Market Market and Serendra. 38th St continues McKinley Pkway to the other side of 32nd St.


    Location map of buildings around STI Bus Stop. Click red pins to read building names.

    Metro Market Market BGC
    Every Nation Bonifacio Global City
    Energy Development Corporation BGC
    STI Academy Global City

    Fourth Bus Stop From EDSA: Market Market BGC Terminal


    Located at the front of Market Market. The bus just gets around the mall and stops at its terminal located at 26th St. SM Aura Premier is located just across 26th St. To get there, use the pedestrian crossing nearby. See map below. Bonifacio Civic Center is the tall building attached to SM Aura. If you're destination is South of Market and Serendra, then walk along 26th Street westward. The tall twin tower building you see to the left up ahead is South of Market. Entrances of Serendra are situated along 11th Ave. Most of the passengers bound for Market Market and SM Aura alight at this Bus Terminal which also known as BGC Central.


    Fiesta Market
    South of Market BGC
    Serendra

    Bonifacio Global City map



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