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    How to Get to Pasay City Hall: Map, Commute, Directions

    Tutubi has been driving for nine years now but always on the lookout for jeepneys and buses particularly new routes on getting to places that's why he's been able to updated information on getting to places via public transportation. He's also taking public transportation occasionally just for the hang of it or when there are no suitable and safe parking spaces.

    How to Get to Pasay City Hall

    Map of Pasay City Hall with F.B Harrison corner Pasadena

    If you happen to be flagged down by the blue boys of Pasay (traffic police) for a traffic violation, particularly the notorious "no swerving" rule on EDSA u-turn slots near SM Mall of Asia (MOA), you will find yourself going to Pasay CIty Hall to claim your drivers licens (if you're not evil enough to bribe those miscreants on EDSA). Information also for mayor's permit, business permit, birth certificate, marriage certificate and other transactions at Pasay City Hall

    How to Commute to Pasay City Hall

    Via MRT: get off at MRT Taft Avenue station then take a taxi to Pasay City Hall or a bus to Baclaran then alight at the corner of F.B. Harrison. Take a jeepney to Quiapo, Divisoria or Sta. Cruz and alight in front of Pasay City Hall

    via LRT: get off at LRT EDSA station then take a taxi to Pasay City Hall or a bus to Baclaran then alight at the corner of F.B. Harrison. Take a jeepney to Quiapo, Divisoria or Sta. Cruz and alight in front of Pasay City Hall. Alternately, get off at LRT Libertad station, take a jeep to DFA, Pasay Post Office and alight at F.B. Harrison then walk to Pasay City Hall

    on EDSA via bus: take a bus to Baclaran (not the one with LRT/Leveriza) then drop off on EDSA corner F.B. Harrison. Take a jeepney to Quiapo, Divisoria or Sta. Cruz and alight in front of Pasay City Hall

    From Quezon City, Quiapo, Sta. Cruz or Divisoria, if you're not in a hurry, the jeepneys with signboards Baclaran/Mabini will pass by right in front of Pasay City Hall.

    If you're from Cavite, just go to Baclaran then board jeepneys with signboard Quiapo or Sta. Cruz or Divisoria with Mabini (not Taft) as they pass by Pasay City Hall

    Driving Directions to Pasay City Hall

    easiest route to get there from Makati, Taguig, Pasig or Mandaluyong is via EDSA, past Taft Avenue then turn right to F.B. Harrison. No idea though where to park

    Nearby places:
    Cuneta Astrodome
    US Embassy Residences (Seafront Compound)
    US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
    Pasay City Police Station
    Pasay Post Office
    Pasay City Sports Complex
    Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)
    Foreign Service Institute
    Office of Foreign Service
    Pasay City West High School
    Philippine School for the Deaf
    Philippine National School for the Blind
    PLDT Pasay
    Pasay City Swimming Pool (is this open to the public and entrance fee?)


    posted by GingGoy @ 8:02 PM,


    At Jul 30, 2015, 11:28:00 PM, Anonymous bongski m. said...

    I regularly visit Pasay for its sprawling Libertad Market, along Taft Avenue. Food items and dry wares are easily cheaper there compared to other markets.

    At Aug 6, 2015, 1:14:00 PM, Anonymous Cute Pinoy Portal said...

    This is very informative...


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