How to commute to Libingan ng mga Bayani from Greenhills Shopping Center?

Last Updated on June 30, 2022

Get to Libingan ng mga Bayani from Greenhills Shopping Center via public transportation

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 208 m

    1. DEPART on to way 319271017 from 1
    2. LEFT on to way 807712039 from 0
    3. RIGHT on to sidewalk
  2. JEEP

    Ride T346: Gate 5 - Greenhills Shopping Center Loop

    From: Greenhills Shopping Center Terminal

    To: Gate 5-Greenhills Terminal, Annapolis

    Fare: ₱10

  3. Walk

    Distance 276 m

    1. DEPART on to Annapolis Street
    2. LEFT on to EDSA
    3. LEFT on to steps
    4. HARD LEFT on to footbridge
  4. RAIL - MRT3

    Ride MRT-3: Taft Ave - North Ave

    From: Santolan MRT

    To: Guadalupe MRT

    Fare: ₱0

  5. Walk

    Distance 493 m

    1. DEPART on to footbridge
    2. RIGHT on to steps
    3. LEFT on to road
    4. RIGHT on to Ramon Magsaysay Street
  6. JEEP

    Ride T227: AFP/PNP Housing-Guadalupe via Bayani Rd

    From: AFP/PNP-Guadalupe Jeepney Terminal

    To: Bayani Road, Taguig City

    Fare: ₱16

  7. Walk

    Distance 669 m

    1. DEPART on to road
    2. RIGHT on to path
    3. RIGHT on to service road

Greenhills Shopping Center

About Greenhills Shopping Center

Greenhills, formerly and still commonly known as the Greenhills Shopping Center, is a 16 hectares (0.16 km2) mixed-use shopping, residential and leisure development located in Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila, the Philippines. Established by Ortigas and Company as the centerpiece shopping center of the Greenhills development in the 1970s, it is a mall complex containing more than 2,000 stores and is one of the oldest shopping malls in the country.

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Libingan ng mga Bayani

About Libingan ng mga Bayani

Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB, local pronunciation: [liːˈbiːŋan ˈnaŋ maˈŋa baˈjaːni], lit. 'Cemetery of [the] Heroes') is a national cemetery within Fort Andres Bonifacio (formerly Fort William McKinley) in Metro Manila, Philippines. First established in May 1947 as a fitting resting place for Philippine military personnel from privates to generals who served during World War II, it eventually became designated as the official place of burial for deceased Philippine presidents,...

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