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    How to Commute to Divisoria: Jeepney, Bus, LRT, MRT and PNR

    Due to the looming shopping season that's called Christmas, many people will flock to the sprawling Divisoria "Shopping Complex" in Manila to buy gifts and clothes and what-have-yous at bargain prices

    This is a guide for first-timers for Directions to Divisoria as well as answer the oft-asked question: How to Commute to Divisoria:

    Commuting to Divisoria? You have lots of options of Divisoria Jeepney Routes (as recalled by Tutubi, there may be other routes available, please feel free to leave a comment)

    Navotas to Divisoria jeepney via Gasak

    MCU- Divisoria (Terminal on A. Rivera St.) Route: Manila Central University, Monumento, Rizal Avenue, Abad Santos, C.M. Recto

    Blumentritt - Divisoria (Terminal on A. Rivera St.) Leonor Rivera, right New Antipolo, left Felix Huertas [SM San Lazaro], right Quericada [Rizal Avenue, San Lazaro Hospital] left Abad Santos, right Mayhaligue, left Antonio Rivera [Seng Guan Temple]

    Quiapo - Divisoria - North Harbor

    Baclaran - Divisoria (via Taft Avenue) Baclaran Taft Avenue, pass Manila City Hall, Jones Bridge, Paredes St, pass Binondo Church, Juan Luna St (then walk to C.M. Recto Avenue)

    Cubao to Divisoria (via Aurora Blvd., Ramon Magsaysay, Legarda, and CM Recto Avenue)
    Gastambide to Divisoria (via Morayta, CM Recto and Soler)

    Balut to Divisoria

    Gasak to Divisoria

    Sangandaan to Divisoria (via Abad Santos)

    Marikina to Divisoria bus route operated by Marikina Auto Line by the SSS Village - Divisoria Route

    How to get to Divisoria via LRT, LRT2 and MRT

    From LRT Doroteo Jose Station, walk towards C.M. Recto and board Divisoria-bound jeeps

    via LRT 2: Alight at the end of the LRT line i.e. Recto Station then board Divisoria-bound jeeps. This is the fastest way to get there from people from Rizal province and Marikina.

    via MRT: at Taft Avenue Station, board jeepneys bound for Divisoria on Taft Avenue.

    From Makati: board a jeepney on Buendia/Gil Puyat going (a bus if you're on Ayala Avenue) to Cartimar/LRT/Taft Avenue then transfer to a Divisoria-bound jeepney or FX

    Divisoria via Pasig River Ferry: board the Pasig River Ferry at your own convenient terminal and get off at Escolta Station. Transfer to a Divisoria-bound jeepney at the foot of Jones Bridge, get off on Juan Luna St. then walk towards CM. Recto

    Divisoria via Philippine National Railways (PNR) can be reached from any PNR train station as far as Binan, Laguna or Alabang Muntinlupa where the last station in Tutuban is just behind Tutuban Center Mall

    From Manila Airport (NAIA) to Divisoria:
    1. The fastest and easiest is to flag an airport taxi (if you can get one)
    2. From NAIA Termina 1 and 2, board the buses or jeepneys going to Baclaran then transfer to jeepneys going to Divisoria
    3. from NAIA Terminal 3: board the shuttle bus to LRT Taft Avenue then transfer to a jeepney bound for Divisoria on Taft Avenue.

    Related Links:
    Manila Shopping Guide
    Philippine National Railways
    168 Shopping Mall
    Pasig River Ferry
    How to get to Divisoria

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 7:58 PM,

    13 Comments:

    At Nov 16, 2009, 5:36:00 PM, Blogger dodong flores said...

    My pregnant wife is planning to go to Divisoria this coming Sunday at sasamahan ko siya. I'm not a Divisoria boy kasi wala akong tiyaga sa lugar na masyadong matao. Pero, mapapasubo yata ako nito :)

     
    At Nov 16, 2009, 6:06:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    dodong, pagbigyan ang buntis, baka magtampo :P too many people at this time of year

     
    At Nov 22, 2009, 2:49:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    where can i buy mountaineer equiptment in divisoria??

     
    At Mar 14, 2010, 2:46:00 AM, Blogger jon said...

    i will be staying in mandarin hotel in makati. how far is it to divisoria. is there a direct ride. how much would a cab cost. thank you i really would appreciate your response.

     
    At Mar 14, 2010, 7:25:00 AM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    jon, from mandarin hotel, you need two jeepney rides to get to divisoria. first walk to Buendia (Gil Puyat, cross it) and board jeepneys bound for Buendia/Catimar. get off at the corner of taft and buendia (where LRT is) then board a jeepney to Divisoria. for a taxi, not much sure about the fare for i haven't taken that route but it's probably around P150

     
    At May 26, 2011, 10:44:00 AM, Anonymous kath said...

    Hi! We'll be planning to visit Manila this July and one of the itinerary is to visit Divisoria (Tutuban mall).
    we'll be planning to stay at Makati Appartelle. What is the easiest and cheapest route from Makati Appartelle to Divisoria (Tutuban mall)?
    asap!

     
    At Jul 9, 2011, 2:35:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    what transpo. will i take from malate to divisoria or greenhills shopping mall?tnx

     
    At Jul 10, 2011, 12:01:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, from malate, board a jeep to quiapo then ride a G liner or RRCG transport bus to cainta that pass by Ortigas avenue and greenhills. divisoria is a single jeepney ride from malate, if you really read my post :(

     
    At Nov 21, 2011, 1:19:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    from baclaran ano po ang sasakyan ko papuntang divisoria? gling ako ng probinsha kaya d ko alam ang pasikot sikot ng mainla? at pati papuntang tuuban mall po paano mo papunta. sana matolongn nyo po ako

     
    At Nov 21, 2011, 5:28:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, meron po diretsong jeep from baclaran to divisoria. lakad na lang kayo papuntang tutuban mall kasi trapik at matao.

     
    At May 8, 2012, 6:30:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    paano pumunta sa divisoria galing malolos bulacan
    paki sagot pls....:)
    tc always

     
    At May 27, 2012, 10:56:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi, will it be faster to travel from pasay (moa) to divi or sm mega to divi? How will I get there? Thanks a lot! :)

     
    At Aug 25, 2013, 10:25:00 PM, Anonymous jaja said...

    hi po.. ano po ba sasakyang jeep papnta ng divisoria pag ka baba ng bus sa avenida?galing po sa Bataan..salamat po..:)

     

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