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Manila Map

Transportation map of Metro Manila, Philippines. Covered area in this Metro Manila map includes: The Cities of Manila, North Caloocan, South Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela, Quezon City, Marikina, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Pasig, Makati, Pasay, Pateros, Taguig, Paranaque, Las Pinas and Muntinlupa.

Metro Manila transport system consists of 3 major routes: LRT1, LRT2 and MRT. You can find info on these on wikipedia (LRT, MRT).

This transportation map shows all major transit links in Manila. It covers MRT (Manila Metro Rail Transit) system from south end station Taft going north through Magallanes and Ayala (city centre), Buendia. Then crossing river Pasig towards stations Guadalupe, Boni, Shaw Boulevard Ortigas Santolan Cubao Kamuning, Quezon and final station North.

The map has been recently updated, so now it includes the Balintawak and Roosevelt stations interconnecting LRT1 and MRT lines.

Manila transportation map, showing public transport, LRT and MRT. Covers Makati, Quezon, Manila and stations Boni, Taft, Ayala, Ortigas, UN, Central and others.

Many sightseeing and tourist attractions in Manila are on the track of LRT1 (Light Rail Transit). Going from south you can start on the bazaar of Baclaran and nearby Edsa Pasay station, going towards city centre through Libertad, Gil Puyat and Vito Cruz. Then you'll be approaching Malate (Quirino Avenue and Pedro Gil), entering old Manila - United Stations Avenue and Central and Carriedo stations. The public transport will then take you to Doroteo Jose, Bambang, Tayuman and Blumentritt. Finally you will find yourselves in Quezon on stations Abad Santos, R. Papa, 5th Avenue and Monumento.

The third line of Manila public transport network is LRT2. It goes eastwards from the city centre, starting at Recto and Legarda going towards Pureza, V.Mapa J.Ruiz, Gilmore and Belmonte. From the bus terminal and LRT station at Cubao continues to Anonas, Katipunan and Santolan.

Most sightseeing destinations in Manila are alongside LRT1. Worth a visit are Coconut Palace (built for Pope John Paul II), Manila Zoo, Malate Church then take a break at Rizal park and stroll around Intramuros. North Manila can offer Quiapo Church or Chinese Cemetery. For shopping destinations there are nearly endless possibilities in Makati, Fort Bonifacio or Ortigas. Sport events take place at St.Ana racetrack and Araneta (Cubao). Lonely Planet provides a concise description of Manila sightseeing tips. For maps, I would recommend to start with MapQuest, a good MapQuest comparison can be found here.

Connection with provinces: there are 4 major bus terminals. The one at Taft goes towards Legaspi, Dagupan and Zambales. Batangas and Lucena destinations are covered from Gil Puyat. Northbound buses to Alaminos, Baguio and Olongapo depart from Cubao. Pampanga and Pangasinan buses leave from Monumento.

South of Baclaran (a short taxi drive) is NAIA - Nino Aquino International Airport - Manila's connection to the world.

It is easy to find accommodation near a public transport of your choice on Just search by the closest MRT or LRT station and you'll find apartments in Ortigas and rooms near Ayala. Students will be interested in area known as the University Belt, with dormitories around Katipunan and Santolan. Apart from these there are many more areas in Metro Manila, such as Grace Village (Quezon), Moonwalk (Paranaque) or T & D Village (Taguig). Always refer to categories or integrated search for popular searches as room for rent in makati,apartment for rent in Makati or cheap apartment for rent.

Manila Transportation Map last update: March 2011.

High Resolution Manila Transportation Map with Tourist Attractions