How to commute to QC Parks and Wildlife from McKinley Exchange Corporate Center?

Last Updated on October 3, 2023

Get to QC Parks and Wildlife from McKinley Exchange Corporate Center via MRT-3 and JEEP

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 312 m

    1. DEPART on to service road
    2. RIGHT on to road
    3. LEFT on to sidewalk
    4. RIGHT on to footbridge
    5. RIGHT on to path
  2. RAIL - MRT3

    Ride MRT-3: Taft Ave - North Ave

    From: Ayala MRT

    To: Quezon Ave MRT

    Fare: ₱24

    Provider: Manila Metro Rail Transit Corporation

  3. Walk

    Distance 350 m

    1. DEPART on to footbridge
    2. LEFT on to steps
    3. RIGHT on to sidewalk
    4. RIGHT on to Panay Avenue
    5. LEFT on to EDSA
    6. RIGHT on to link
    7. HARD LEFT on to EDSA
    8. SLIGHTLY RIGHT on to link
    9. SLIGHTLY RIGHT on to Quezon Avenue
    10. RIGHT on to Heroes Street
  4. JEEP

    Ride : Lagro-Welcome Rotonda

    From: Eton Centris Terminal

    To: Lung Center of the Philippines, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City

    Fare: ₱12

    Provider: LTFRB (PUJ)

  5. Walk

    Distance 572 m

    1. DEPART on to Quezon Avenue
    2. LEFT on to service road
    3. LEFT on to sidewalk
    4. RIGHT on to path
    5. LEFT on to steps
    6. LEFT on to footbridge
    7. RIGHT on to steps
    8. RIGHT on to path
    9. RIGHT on to sidewalk
    10. RIGHT on to PAWB
    11. RIGHT on to service road

McKinley Exchange Corporate Center

About McKinley Exchange Corporate Center

The building was designed by Wong and Ouyang (HK) Limited, the same architectural firm behind the Petron Megaplaza in Makati and the Equitable PCI Bank Tower. It is a rectangular building with a 6-level basement parking, 5 passenger elevators, and 1 service/cargo elevator. The building has a column-free floor plan, with a typical floorplate of 1,800 square meters to 2,200 square meters. It is equipped with an emergency power generator.

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QC Parks and Wildlife

About QC Parks and Wildlife

The Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center is a great place to visit if you're looking to learn more about the plants and animals native to the Philippines. The park has a lagoon, an aquarium, a playground, and a botanical garden, as well as a Wildlife Rescue Center where you can see animals that have been confiscated, retrieved, or donated. You can also find several indigenous plants and animals throughout the park, including crab-eating macaques, water monitors, Philippine deer, binturongs, Palawan bearded pigs, and several varieties of birds.

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