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    How to get to Resorts World Manila: Map, Commute, Directions, Parking

    For people looking for information on "How to get to Resorts World Manila" or Newport City in Pasay City, look no further. Questions regarding "How to commute to Resorts World Manila" will be answered as well as driving directions for those with their own vehicle.

    Map of Resorts World Manila here from OpenStreetMap.

    Resorts World Manila is Part of Newport City, a project of Megaworld where you can also findMaxims Hotel and Casino, Remington Hotel, Marriott Hotel Manila, Newport Entertainment and Commercial Center (Newport Mall where Republiq bar is located) and the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus

    Directions to Resorts World Manila:

    From EDSA, Makati, head to Magallanes flyover, left to SLEX, right to Sales St (the flyover of Fort Bonifacio, Nichols and Villamor Airbase), right to Andrews Avenue where you'll see Newport City to your right (just across NAIA Terminal 3)

    From Cavite via Coastal Road, turn right to NAIA Road (old MIA road), left to Domestic Road (you'll see the old Manila Domestic Airport Terminal), right to Andrew's Avenue followed by a U-turn around the rotonda (roundabout) right after passing NAIA Terminal 3, then turn right to enter Newport City.

    Where to Park at Resorts World Manila:

    Covered parking fees at Newport Mall is PhP45.00 for the first three hours and PhP15.00/hour thereafter (Limited number of slots here though and quite expensive). There's an open parking (beside McDonalds) but no updated information on carpark rates and overnight parking fees (overnight parking fee at NAIA Terminal 3 is just PhP50.00/night but very limited slots unlike at NAIA Terminal 2)

    How to commute to Resorts World Manila:

    For members (like Tutubi), at various points in Metro Manila (Manila, Quezon City, Pasig City and Pasay City (SM Mall of Asia)), you can hop in at any 24/7 free shuttle service of Resorts World Manila posted on their official website, you can just go there and wait for the official shuttle service to avoid hassle of commuting. If you're not a member, you'll be allowed to ride the shuttle only once for your convenience (just become a member later, no membership fees required, just fill out an application form and present a valid ID)

    From LRT 1 EDSA Station or MRT Taft Avenue Station, you can ride the shuttle service to NAIA Terminal 3 near McDonalds and Sogo Hotel to get there. Fare is a flat PhP20.00 per person with trip schedules every thirty minutes from 6am to 11pm.

    From SM Mall of Asia, the jeepneys plying the Nichols route via Baclaran pass by NAIA Terminal 3 but you need to cross Andrews Avenue so it's not recommended. The return trip to MOA from Nichols can drop you off in front of Resorts World Manila, Newport City and the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus.

    From Eastwood City, Libis, Quezon City, you may take Citylink bus that pass by C5 (fare: P38.00). Both Eastwood City and Newport City are Megaworld projects, thus the bus link provided by guess who :P

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 8:19 PM,

    6 Comments:

    At Feb 23, 2011, 8:28:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    free house and lot in wowoweee

     
    At Mar 23, 2011, 6:35:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    thanks. weeee

     
    At Nov 20, 2011, 9:44:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Your title says maps. Where exactly is it?

     
    At Nov 21, 2011, 5:29:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, there's a link to the map, just click it :P

     
    At Mar 7, 2012, 9:46:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    great info! thank you so much for the help. i just saved almost a hundred bucks since i dont have to take a cab to get there anymore. hehe

     
    At Oct 6, 2012, 12:51:00 AM, Anonymous Jonathan said...

    Hello! How do I commute the other way around, from Resorts World to Pasay (MRT3/LRT1 Terminal)?

     

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