How to commute to Tutuban Center from QC Parks and Wildlife?

Last Updated on October 3, 2023

Get to Tutuban Center from QC Parks and Wildlife via BUS and JEEP

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 432 m

    1. DEPART on to service road
    2. RIGHT on to sidewalk
    3. LEFT on to path
    4. RIGHT on to North Avenue
    5. CIRCLE CLOCKWISE on to Elliptical Road
    6. CONTINUE on to Elliptical Road
  2. BUS

    Ride 6: Sapang Palay - PITx via Quezon Av

    From: Bureau of Soil And Water Management, Elliptical Rd., Quezon City

    To: Quezon Blvd., City of Manila

    Fare: ₱28.25

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUB)

  3. JEEP

    Ride T338: North Harbor-Quiapo via Evangelista

    From: Quezon Blvd., City of Manila

    To: Tutuban Cluster Mall, CM Recto Avenue, City of Manila

    Fare: ₱12

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUJ)

  4. Walk

    Distance 254 m

    1. DEPART on to C. M. Recto Avenue
    2. SLIGHTLY RIGHT on to service road

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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Tutuban Center

About Tutuban Center

The Tutuban Center is a 20-hectare mixed-use development that includes the original two-story brick and iron main terminal building of the Ferrocaril de Manila-Dagupan. The Tutuban Center is a declared national historical building by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines and is also home to the Bonifacio Plaza and statue of Andres Bonifacio. The Tutuban Center is also an interchange station between the proposed North-South Commuter Railway and an extension of the Manila Light Rail Transit System Line 2. The Tutuban Center's redevelopment plan also entails the construction of several mixed-use buildings, including office towers, residential buildings, hotels, a convention center, and a 300-metre observation tower to be known as the Tower of Maynila.

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