How to commute to Pasong Tamo Makati from Taguig?

Last Updated on February 14, 2023

Get to Pasong Tamo Makati from Taguig via JEEP

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 201 m

    1. DEPART on to service road
    2. LEFT on to path
  2. JEEP

    Ride T221: Forbes Park - Pasay Road via Ayala Comm

    From: Market! Market! South Terminal, BGC, Taguig

    To: McKinley Jeepney Terminal

    Fare: ₱12

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUJ)

  3. Walk

    Distance 651 m

    1. DEPART on to road
    2. RIGHT on to McKinley Road
    3. CONTINUE on to Ayala Avenue
    4. LEFT on to EDSA
    5. CONTINUE on to bike path
    6. RIGHT on to underpass
    7. LEFT on to sidewalk
    8. RIGHT on to Palm Drive
    9. LEFT on to Parksquare Drive
    10. RIGHT on to service road
  4. JEEP

    Ride T337: Libertad, Pasay-Pasay Rd.

    From: South Dr / A. Arnaiz Ave. Intersection, Makati City

    To: Antonio S. Arnaiz Avenue, Makati City

    Fare: ₱12

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUJ)

  5. Walk

    Distance 147 m

    1. DEPART on to Antonio S. Arnaiz Avenue
    2. RIGHT on to path
    3. LEFT on to sidewalk
    4. RIGHT on to Chino Roces Avenue

Taguig

About Taguig

Taguig (Tagalog: [taˈɡiɡ] ), officially the City of Taguig (Filipino: Lungsod ng Taguig), is a coastal city located in eastern shores of Metro Manila. It is the fifth-most populous city in the Philippines with a population of 1.2 million people. The city is one of the Philippines' cultural, financial, high-tech, entertainment and media centers with significant influence on commerce, health care, research, technology, education, politics, tourism, dining, art, fashion, and sports. Taguig is...

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Pasong Tamo Makati

About Pasong Tamo Makati

Chino Roces Avenue, formerly known as (and still commonly referred to as) Pasong Tamo, is a prominent north–south road in the cities of Makati and Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines. It runs for 5.80 kilometers (3.60 miles) from Olympia and Tejeros to Fort Bonifacio. The avenue is named after the Filipino journalist Joaquin "Chino" Roces. The fact that the avenue is the location of various media establishments influenced the renaming.

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