WHERE IN METRO MANILA: Commuting to SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza



FAST FACTS: With the opening of Mega Fashion Hall, which houses several international fashion brands, SM Megamall is now "The Largest Shopping Mall in the Philippines and in Southeast Asia."

COMMUTING:

From Manila:

Alternative Route 1: LRT1-MRT

  1. Take the LRT1 to EDSA station.
  2. Take the MRT to Shaw Blvd. (Shangri-La Plaza Mall) or Ortigas station (SM Megamall).
  3. You'll see SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall from the station.


Alternative Route 2: LRT-2-MRT

  1. Take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  2. Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers' Plaza towards MRT-Cubao station.
  3. Take the MRT to Shaw Blvd. (Shangri-La Plaza Mall) or Ortigas station (SM Megamall).
  4. You'll see SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall from the station.


Alternative Route 3: Jeep-FX

  1. From Divisoria/Recto/Legarda/Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard, ride a jeep to San Juan or Cubao, and get off at Vicente Cruz/Pureza. Landmark is National Statistics Office.
  2. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Shangri-La Plaza or SM Megamall.


Alternative Route 4: LRT-2-FX

  1. Take the LRT-2 to Pureza Station.
  2. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Shangri-La Plaza or SM Megamall.


Alternative Route 5: FX

  1. From Quiapo, ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Shangri-La Plaza or SM Megamall.


Alternative Route 6: Jeep-FX

  1. From Bacood, Punta, or Sta. Mesa, ride a jeep to Quiapo, and get off at Quiapo.
  2. From Quiapo, ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Shangri-La Plaza or SM Megamall.

From Quezon City:

Alternative Route 1: LRT-2-MRT

  1. Take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  2. Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers' Plaza towards MRT-Cubao station.
  3. Take the MRT to Shaw Blvd. (Shangri-La Plaza Mall) or Ortigas station (SM Megamall).
  4. You'll see SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall from the station.


Alternative Route 2: LRT-2-FX

  1. Take the LRT-2 to Pureza station.
  2. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Shangri-La Plaza or SM Megamall.


From Caloocan:


  1. Along Quirino Highway (Novaliches-Ipo Road), ride FX/Jeep to Blumentritt, and get off at Dapitan.
  2. Ride a jeep to Quiapo, and get off at A.H. Lacson.
  3. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Shangri-La Plaza or SM Megamall.

From Makati:

Alternative Route 1: MRT


  1. Take the MRT to Shaw Blvd. (Shangri-La Plaza Mall) or Ortigas station (SM Megamall).
  2. You'll see SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall from the station.


Alternative Route 2: FX

  1.  From Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue (Buendia), ride an FX to Crossing/SM Megamall/Robinsons Galleria, and get off at Shangri-La Plaza or SM Megamall.

From Mandaluyong/Pasig:


  1. Take the MRT to Shaw Blvd. (Shangri-La Plaza Mall) or Ortigas station (SM Megamall).
  2. You'll see SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall from the station.


From San Juan:

Alternative Route 1: LRT-2-MRT


  1. Take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  2. Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers' Plaza towards MRT-Cubao station.
  3. Take the MRT to Shaw Blvd. (Shangri-La Plaza Mall) or Ortigas station (SM Megamall).
  4. You'll see SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall from the station.


Alternative Route 2: LRT-2-FX
  1. Take the LRT-2 to Pureza station.
  2. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Shangri-La Plaza or SM Megamall.


Alternative Route 3: Jeep-FX
  1. From Aurora Boulevard, ride a jeep to Divisoria, and get off at Vicente Cruz/Pureza. Landmark is National Statistics Office.
  2. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Shangri-La Plaza or SM Megamall.


From Paranaque:

Alternative Route 1: LRT1-MRT


  1. Take the LRT1 to EDSA station.
  2. Take the MRT to Shaw Blvd. (Shangri-La Plaza Mall) or Ortigas station (SM Megamall).
  3. You'll see SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall from the station.


Alternative Route 2: Jeep-MRT
  1. From Baclaran, ride a jeep passing through Taft (Divisoria), and get off at MRT-Taft terminal station along EDSA. Landmark is Metropoint Mall.
  2. Take the MRT to Shaw Blvd. (Shangri-La Plaza Mall) or Ortigas station (SM Megamall).
  3. You'll see SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall from the station.

From Pasay:


  1. Take the LRT1 to EDSA station.
  2. Take the MRT to Shaw Blvd. (Shangri-La Plaza Mall) or Ortigas station (SM Megamall).
  3. You'll see SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall from the station.


From Cavite:


  1. Ride a bus to Pasay and get off at EDSA corner Taft Avenue.
  2. Get to MRT Taft Station.
  3. Take the MRT to Shaw Blvd. (Shangri-La Plaza Mall) or Ortigas station (SM Megamall).
  4. You'll see SM Megamall and Shangri-La Plaza Mall from the station.


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