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    BGC: How to Get to Fort Bonifacio Global City Taguig: Map, Bus, Commute, Route, Directions

    For those who want to visit Bonifacio Global City (for the young), The Fort (for the almost young), Fort Bonifacio (for the young once), or Fort William McKinley (for those gifted with old age), herewith are simple directions to get you there.

    How to Get to Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

    The fastest way to get to BGC is via the MRT (where you can take from SM City North EDSA or Trinoma in Quezon City or at MRT Taft Avenue)

    From MRT Ayala Avenue Station, you can walk towards McKinley Street to ride the Fort Bus (fare is minimum only)

    from Eastwood City, Libis, you can ride Citylink bus via C-5 to take you to Petron and McKinley Hill (C-5)

    The Fort Bus Route:

    the fort Bus has three routes: East Route, West Route and Central where you cam find route maps to get around BGC
    (route maps of The Fort Bus courtesy of Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation). BGC is a private property being developed by Ayala Company (if you plan to photograph buildings, you need a permit to shoot pictures there)

    The Fort Bus Central route Map

    The Fort Bus East route Map

    The Fort Bus West route Map

    Driving directions to Bonifacio Global City, Taguig:

    From Quezon City, it's easiest via EDSA, up to Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue (Buendia) where you take the U-turn slot then turn right to Kalayaan Avenue (note this short strip is part of Makati where there's no Number Coding window) then straight ahead is 32nd Avenue and you can see St Luke's Medical Center to your left.

    There's no Number Coding in Taguig, except for C5 and EDSA where you have MMDA Number coding window from 10am to 3pm

    major roads:
    McKinley Parkway, 32th Street, 26th Street (connects to C5), 5th Avenue (connects to Lawton Avenue up to Villamor Airbase, Gate 3, even NAIA Terminal 3), 11th Avenue

    minor roads:
    Rizal Drive, 1st avenue, 2nd avenue, 3rd avenue, 4th avenue, 6th avenue, 7th avenue, 8th avenue, 9th avenue, 10th avenue, 12th avenue, 23rd Street, 24th Street, 25th Street, 27th Street, 28th Street, 29th Street, 30th Street, 31st Street, 32nd Street, 33rd Street, 34th Street, 35th Street, 36th Street, 37th Street, 38th Street, 39th Street,

    Places to visit in Bonifacio Global City:

    Market! Market! shopping mall with Transport Terminal (jeepneys, buses, FX, shuttle service, taxi), One Parklane, Crossroads and Bonifacio High Street Central, Serendra, Bonifacio Stopover, The Fort Entertainment Center, R.O.X, Condominiums (Serendra, Bonifacio Ridge, Bellagio, Pacific Plaza, Essensa, Kensington, Blue Sapphire, Regent Parkway, Luxe Residences, South of Market, Infinity, Arya, The Meranti, Aston) , Turf BGC, Mercato Centrale, SM Aura Premier , S&R Shopping Center, MC Home Depot, BMW, Lexus, Honda, Hyundai, Ford, Mini, Mind Museum, Manila American Cemetery and Memorial, St. Luke's Medical Center Global City (with free shuttle to Makati Ayala Avenue and MRT for patients and companions), STI and Global City Innovative College), and international schools (Japanese School, British School, and International School Manila), St. Michael’s Church, Every Nation International HQ Campus, NBC Tent, Pier One, The Fort Square, The Fort Strip, KarFort, Encore, Prince of Jaipur, STI (Systems Technology Institute), Korea Culture Exchange, British School Manila, Manila Japanese School, International School Manila

    Gasoline stations: Petron and Shell

    Where to Eat in Bonifacio Global City (restaurants):

    this is the single drawback of BGC vs Makati CBD (central business district). BGC has no equivalent for Makati's jollijeep where you eat buy cheap food for breakfast, lunch, dinner or meryenda. (You can however post recommended restaurants in Bonifacio Global City here)

    Fort Bonifacio Hotels


    Deutsche Bank, J.P. Morgan Chase, HSBC, Tetra Pak Phils. Inc, Del Monte Philippines, Sunlife, Splash, BASF

    Buildings in Bonifacio Global City
    Pacific Plaza Towers, Trion Towers, Net One, Bonifacio Technology Center, Icon Plaza, HSBC, Globe Telecom, The Icon, Avant at the Fort,

    how to get to st lukes global city, how to get to fort bonifacio,

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