How to commute to Okada Manila from Maybunga Pasig Ferry Station?

Last Updated on February 17, 2023

Get to Okada Manila from Maybunga Pasig Ferry Station via JEEP and BUS

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 75 m

    1. DEPART on to path
    2. RIGHT on to Doctor Sixto Antonio Avenue
  2. JEEP

    Ride T215: Marikina - Pateros via Pasig

    From: Maybunga Ferry Station, Dr Sixto Antonio Ave. cor. Stella Maris, Pasig City

    To: Rosario Footbridge, Ortigas Ave. cor. Dr Sixto Antonio Ave., Pasig City

    Fare: ₱12

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUJ)

  3. Walk

    Distance 47 m

    1. DEPART on to footbridge
    2. RIGHT on to steps
    3. RIGHT on to path
  4. BUS

    Ride 2: Angono - Quiapo via Ortigas Avenue

    From: Rosario Footbridge, Ortigas Ave., Pasig City

    To: Ortigas Ave. cor. Columbia, San Juan

    Fare: ₱15

    Provider: LTFRB (PUB)

  5. Walk

    Distance 865 m

    1. DEPART on to sidewalk
    2. LEFT on to service road
    3. LEFT on to Ortigas Avenue
    4. RIGHT on to EDSA
  6. BUS

    Ride 1: EDSA Carousel Busway

    From: EDSA Ortigas Median Stop (SB)

    To: Ayala Malls By the Bay Terminal

    Fare: ₱36.25

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUB)

  7. Walk

    Distance 2 km

    1. DEPART on to service road
    2. RIGHT on to President Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard
    3. RIGHT on to Belle Avenue
    4. RIGHT on to Belle Avenue
    5. CONTINUE on to service road
    6. CIRCLE CLOCKWISE on to road
    7. CONTINUE on to J. W. Diokno Boulevard
    8. SLIGHTLY LEFT on to link
    9. RIGHT on to path
    10. LEFT on to Seaside Drive
    11. RIGHT on to service road

Maybunga Pasig Ferry Station

About Maybunga Pasig Ferry Station

This is the Pasig River Ferry stop at Maybunga, located behind the Maybunga Barangay Hall and accessible via Dr. Sixto Antonio Ave.

Okada Manila

About Okada Manila

Okada Manila (Japanese: オカダマニラ, romanized: Okada Manira) is a casino resort and hotel complex located on the Entertainment City gaming strip in Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines. In 2007, with a total construction cost about ¥250 billion and spending 7 years, Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada established and managed Okada Manila.

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