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How to get to Mandaluyong City Hall: Commute and Driving Directions
Eversince Tutubi posted information on how to get to various City Halls in Metro Manila, he received several queries on how to commute to city hall of this and that city so here's another one this on going to Mandaluyong City Hall. This probably due to people applying for business permits, real property taxes (amelyar), birth certificates (as well as marriage, death and other certifications from civil registry)
Btw, Tutubi passes by Maysilo Circle everyday where Mandaluyong City Hall is located en route to Makati :P
Mandaluyong City Hall Address: Maysilo Circle, Mandaluyong City Official Website: http://www.mandaluyong.gov.ph
How to get to Mandaluyong City Hall:
Commute to Mandaluyong City Hall:
From EDSA MRT Boni station, on Pinatubo St (near Wendy's and McDonalds), board jeepneys going to Kalentong via Boni (not those via Shaw Boulevard). Those jeeps pass by Maysilo Circle, a roundabout (rotonda) where the city hall's located.
From Quiapo, board jeepneys plying the Quiapo-Pasig route and alight at the corner of Shaw Boulevard and Acacia Lane [landmark: Jolliibee acacia lane]. Transfer to a jeepney going to Pinatubo-Boni and alight on Maysilo Circle (the rotonda) or request the driver to drop you off in front of Mandaluyong City Hall.
From San Juan, take a jeepney going to kalentong and transfer to a Pinatubo-bound jeepney via Boni and drop off in front of the City Hall.
Driving Directions to Mandaluyong City Hall:
From EDSA, Quezon City, drive southwards to Makati and turn right on Boni Avenue (landmarks: McDonalds, Wendys, New Horizon Hotel and Petron gas station). Boni avenue is interrupted by Maysilo Circle where you'll find Mandaluyong City hall. (Note: there's parking inside city hall complex)
From Ayala Avenue, Makati, head towards Makati Avenue where you'll find Makati-Mandaluyong Bridge. cross the bridge then turn right on Coronado street then another right turn on San Francisco St (a wide street with an island in the middle) where it ends on Maysilo Circle right smack to Mandaluyong City Hall.