How to commute to National Planetarium from Las Piñas?

Last Updated on March 4, 2023

Get to National Planetarium from Las Piñas via JEEP and LRT-1

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 256 m

    1. DEPART on to service road
    2. LEFT on to Alabang-Zapote Road
  2. JEEP

    Ride T414: Baclaran-Moonwalk via Quirino

    From: Alabang–Zapote Road / L. Hernandez Avenue Intersection, Muntinlupa City

    To: F.B. Harrison Street / Taft Avenue Extension Intersection, Lungsod ng Pasay

    Fare: ₱31.75

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUJ)

  3. Walk

    Distance 252 m

    1. DEPART on to Quirino Avenue
    2. CIRCLE COUNTERCLOCKWISE on to Radial Road 2 (northbound)
    3. CONTINUE on to Taft Avenue
  4. RAIL - LRT1

    Ride LRT-1: Baclaran - Roosevelt

    From: Baclaran LRT

    To: UN Ave LRT

    Fare: ₱20

    Provider: Manila Light Rail Transit Authority

  5. Walk

    Distance 1 km

    1. DEPART on to United Nations Avenue
    2. RIGHT on to Taft Avenue
    3. SLIGHTLY LEFT on to General Luna Street
    4. LEFT on to Kalaw Avenue
    5. UTURN RIGHT on to Kalaw Avenue
    6. HARD LEFT on to General Luna Street
    7. LEFT on to Teodoro F. Valencia Circle
    8. LEFT on to path
    9. RIGHT on to Maria Orosa Street
    10. LEFT on to path
    11. LEFT on to service road

Las Piñas

About Las Piñas

Las Piñas (Tagalog: [las ˈpiɲɐs], officially the City of Las Piñas (Filipino: Lungsod ng Las Piñas), is a 1st class highly urbanized city in the National Capital Region of the Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 606,293 people. Las Piñas was sixth in MoneySense Philippines "Best Places To Live" report in 2008. Attractions include Evia Lifestyle Center, SM Southmall, Robinsons Place Las Piñas and Las Piñas - Parañaque Wetland Park.

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National Planetarium

About National Planetarium

The National Planetarium (Filipino: Pambansang Planetaryo), also known as the National Museum Planetarium (shortened as NM Planetarium), was a planetarium owned and operated by the National Museum of the Philippines in Manila. It was a 16-meter (52 ft) dome located in Rizal Park between the Japanese Garden and Chinese Garden on Padre Burgos Avenue in the central district of Ermita. It opened on October 8, 1975.

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