WHERE IN METRO MANILA: Commuting to Eastwood City

 
 
FAST FACTS: Eastwood City in Libis, Quezon City is a one stop shop home for business, residential and commercial establishments located along C-5 Road. Eastwood currently hosts many luxury condominiums and prime business buildings. It is developed by Megaworld Corporation and was launched back in 1997. 
 
COMMUTING:
 
From Manila
 
Alternative Route 1
 
 
  1. From Divisoria/Recto, ride a jeep to Cubao, and get off at Gateway Mall.
  2. Walk past Isetann and Aurora Arcade, and turn right at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.

Alternative Route 2
 
 
  1. Take the LRT2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  2. Walk past Isetann and Aurora Arcade, and turn right at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.

 
Alternative Route 3
 
 
  1. Take the LRT1 to Doroteo Jose Station.
  2. Take the LRT2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  3. Walk past Isetann and Aurora Arcade, and turn right at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  4. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.

 
Alternative Route 4
 
 
  1. From Lawton, Taft Avenue, or Espana, ride a jeep or FX to PhilCoA.
  2. From PhilCoA, ride an FX to Eastwood


Alternative Route 5
 
 
  1. From Lawton, Taft Avenue, Espana, or Morayta, ride a jeep or FX to Fairview or PhilCoA and get off at Quezon Avenue corner EDSA (MRT Station).
  2. From MRT Quezon Avenue Station near McDonald's, ride an FX to Eastwood.
 
 
From Caloocan

Alternative Route 1
 
 
  1. Ride the LRT1 to North Avenue Station.
  2. Ride the MRT to Cubao Station.
  3. Walk past Farmers Plaza, Araneta Coliseum, Shopwise/Shoemart, and Rustan's Superstore/Ali Mall to Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  4. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 2
 
 
  1. Ride a bus to Cubao via EDSA.
  2. Walk past Farmers Plaza, Araneta Coliseum, Shopwise/Shoemart, and Rustan's Superstore/Ali Mall to Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 3
 
 
  1. Ride the LRT1 to North Avenue Station.
  2. Ride the MRT to Quezon Avenue Station.
  3. Take the FX to Eastwood near McDonald's and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 4
 
 
  1. Ride a southbound bus via EDSA (Cubao, Ortigas, Makati, etc.) and get off at Quezon Avenue corner EDSA.
  2. Take the FX to Eastwood

From Makati:

Alternative Route 1


  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk past Farmers Plaza, Araneta Coliseum, Shopwise/Shoemart, and Rustan's Superstore/Ali Mall to Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 2
 
 
  1. Take the MRT to Ortigas station.
  2. Walk to Megamall.
  3. Take the FX to Antipolo or Cainta, and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.
 
Alternative Route 3
 
 
  1. Take the MRT to Quezon Avenue Station.
  2. Take the FX to Eastwood


Alternative Route 4
 
 
  1. From Park Square One, ride an FX to Marikina.
  2. If the FX is passing by Libis, get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


From Taguig

Alternative Route 1


  1. From NAMRIA, Manila American Cemetery and Memorial, Gate 2, 3rd Avenue, 26th Street, 32nd Street, or 34th Street, ride a jeep to Guadalupe.
  2. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  3. Walk past Farmers Plaza, Araneta Coliseum, Shopwise/Shoemart, and Rustan's Superstore/Ali Mall to Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  4. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.

Alternative Route 2
 
 
  1. From NAMRIA, Manila American Cemetery and Memorial, Gate 2, 3rd Avenue, 26th Street, 32nd Street, or 34th Street, ride a jeep to Guadalupe.
  2. Take the MRT to Ortigas station.
  3. Walk to Megamall.
  4. Take the FX to Antipolo or Cainta, and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.

 
Alternative Route 3
 
 
  1. From NAMRIA, Manila American Cemetery and Memorial, Gate 2, 3rd Avenue, 26th Street, 32nd Street, or 34th Street, ride a jeep to Guadalupe.
  2. Take the MRT to Quezon Avenue Station.
  3. Take the FX to Eastwood near McDonald's and get off at Eastwood


Alternative Route 4
 
 
  1. Ride the Fort Bus to Ayala.
  2. From Park Square One, ride an FX to Marikina.
  3. If the FX is passing by Libis, get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


From Mandaluyong/Pasig:

Alternative Route 1


  1. From Robinson's Galleria, ride a shuttle (only available on weekdays until 9AM) to Eastwood. 


Alternative Route 2
 
 
  1. Ride a bus to Cubao.
  2. Walk to Ali Mall at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride a jeep to Libis/Rosario, and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 3
 
 
  1. Take the MRT to Quezon Avenue Station.
  2. Take the FX to Eastwood

From San Juan

Alternative Route 1


  1. Take the LRT2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  2. Walk past Isetann and Aurora Arcade, and turn right at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 2
 
 
  1. Ride a jeep or bus to Cainta, Rosario, or Robinson's Galleria and get off Robinson's Galleria.
  2. From Robinson's Galleria, ride a shuttle (only available on weekdays until 9AM) to Eastwood


From Las Pinas/Muntinlupa

Alternative Route 1
 
 
  1. From Alabang-Zapote Road or Manuela Metropolis, ride a bus to Cubao via EDSA.
  2. Walk past Farmers Plaza, Araneta Coliseum, Shopwise/Shoemart, and Rustan's Superstore/Ali Mall to Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 2
 
 
  1. From Alabang-Zapote Road or Manuela Metropolis, ride a bus to North Avenue via EDSA and get off at Quezon Avenue corner EDSA.
  2. Take the FX to Eastwood

From Pasay/Paranaque

Alternative Route 1


  1. Take the LRT1. Take the LRT1 to Doroteo Jose Station.
  2. Take the LRT2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  3. Walk past Isetann and Aurora Arcade, and turn right at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  4. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 2
 
 
  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk past Farmers Plaza, Araneta Coliseum, Shopwise/Shoemart, and Rustan's Superstore/Ali Mall to Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 3
 
 
  1. Take the MRT to Quezon Avenue Station.
  2. From MRT Quezon Avenue Station near McDonald's, ride an FX to Eastwood


Alternative Route 4
 
 
  1. Ride a bus to PhilCoA or Fairview and get off at PhilCoA.
  2. From PhilCoA, ride an FX to Eastwood

From Quezon City

Alternative Route 1


  1. Take the LRT2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  2. Walk past Isetann and Aurora Arcade, and turn right at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride the jeep to Libis and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 2
 
 
  1. From LRT2 Santolan station, ride a jeep to Gate 1, and get off at Gate 1.
  2. Ride a jeep to Libis, and get off at Eastwood. Landmark is Citibank Square.


Alternative Route 3
 
 
  1. Ride a bus, jeep, or FX to reach PhilCoA (near UP Campus).
  2. From PhilCoA, ride an FX to Eastwood


Alternative Route 4
 
 
  1. Ride a bus, jeep, FX, or the MRT to reach Quezon Avenue corner EDSA (near MRT Station).
  2. From MRT Quezon Avenue Station near McDonald's, ride an FX to Eastwood


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