Pasay is a city in Metro Manila. Just south of Manila, this city houses the Ninoy Aquino International Airport which serves the region, and the Bay City development which hosts SM Mall of Asia, also part of Manila's tourist area.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport lies in the southern part of Pasay.
Terminal 1 is principally used by the majority of international carriers; Terminal 2 is exclusively used by Philippine Airlines flights (domestic or international). Terminal 3 is used by Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines (some domestic flights), AirAsia, ANA, Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, KLM, and Singapore Airlines. Terminal 4 is used by domestic carriers using smaller aircraft.
There are yellow airport meter taxis waiting outside the arrival areas, each dispatched when one departs. Beware of scams, especially those using a device that tampers the meter (batingting), and insist on using the meter.
White taxis are "not officially sanctioned" by NAIA, but their drivers are more honest, with a base fare of . But most only serve the departure area, and are not allowed to pick up passengers.
From outside Metro Manila
There are multiple provincial bus routes that terminate in Pasay, with terminals concentrated around Taft Avenue-Gil Puyat Avenue (Buendia) area and EDSA (Pasay Rotonda or Malibay). Most buses come from southern Luzon, especially CALABARZON, Bicol Region. There are only a few bus terminals for routes to northern Luzon.
BBL TransportTrips from Pacita Complex (San Pedro, via Susana Heights Exit or Southwoods Exit) and Balibago (Santa Rosa). Buses have on-board Wi-Fi, but is badly sluggish. Lines can be long during rush hour at the terminal.
Ceres Transport/Gold StarFrequent trips from Batangas City, and bi-weekly arrivals from Iloilo via Mindoro.
address: Taft AvenueFrequent departures to Batangas, Laguna, Quezon, and some daily departures to Bicol and Eastern Visayas. Services to Nasugbu no longer terminate at the EDSA terminal.
DLTB Buendia terminaladdress: Taft AvenueServes trips from most destinations in CALABARZON (Batangas City, Lipa, Lucena, Nasugbu via SLEX/Carmona, Santa Cruz)
DLTB EDSA terminaladdress: EDSAServes trips from Bicol Region and Eastern Visayas.
Pasay Rotonda terminal
Within Metro ManilaThere are also various bus routes that can be used to access Pasay within Metro Manila, all passing through the major thoroughfares, namely EDSA, Gil Puyat Avenue, and Roxas Boulevard.
By trainPasay can be reached by Line 1 from Manila, or Line 3 from Makati and Quezon City.
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Jeepneys are the major mode of transportation around Pasay. Just look at the signage in the front and sides for the routes and destinations.
As with most of Metro Manila, is inadvisable to drive around Pasay. Parking is scarce, traffic may grind to a half at times, and roads tend to be narrow. The major thoroughfares are EDSA, Roxas Boulevard, Gil Puyat Avenue, Taft Avenue, Macapagal Boulevard, Arnaiz Avenue, and Harrison Avenue, but traffic remains worse. The Mall of Asia area can be accessible by car, but parking fees can cost a lot, and commuting is still advised as it is well served by public transport.
Mall of Asia Eyeaddress: Seaside AvenuePart of SM by the Bay, it is Ferris wheel overlooking Manila Bay.
address: Roxas BoulevardStraddling the boundary with Manila, this building complex is constructed displays the Filipino performing arts and culture. It is one of the key locations around the Reclamation Area.
Tanghalang Pambansaaddress: Roxas BoulevardA giant Brutalist theater building that is the center of the CCP complex. It is built in 1969, and the architecture is designed by Filipino architect Leandro Locsin. It houses four theatres for different performance genres.
address: Jose W. Diokno BoulevardA large outdoor arena that serves as an alternative venue for Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) games, most concerts, and theatrical performances.
Star CityThe only indoor, air-conditioned amusement park in the Philippines, with 30 attractions and rides.
SM Mall of AsiaThis enormous mall was built on reclaimed land. It has many mid-range and high-end stores and restaurants. Besides shopping, there is a large arena that often hosts concerts, a science museum with many interactive exhibits, a convention center and even an ice skating rink. Behind the mall, overlooking Manila Bay, is a theme park, MOA by the Bay.
There are other malls around Pasay, such as the Metropoint Mall, not far from the Lines 1 and 3, the city-owned and the smaller Atrium Mall, just near Line 1 Gil Puyat station. Those smaller malls do not have the high-end stores, and mostly have tiangge-style shops, which offer cheaper finds, but they usually sell pure imitations of most known brands, usually imports from China.
Chimaraphone: +63 2 556 0809address: Level 1, Entertainment Mall, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay CityThis healthy café boasts a range of delicious vegetarian and vegan friendly options from soups, salads and wraps. They also have a great range of soy ice cream and even offer a delivery service.
Varona Vegetarian Health Foodsphone: +63 2 525 0389, +63 2 5367426address: 2008 Leveriza Street, Pasay CityHas a canteen with plenty of vegetarian and vegan friendly options as well as a fantastic store offering a very large range of great mock-meats.
phone: +63 2-552-0351address: 15F Taft Centrale Exchange, Gil Puyat cor. Taft AvenueThe Atrium's 147 guest rooms are inviting, stylish, and spacious: at 52 m², their studio rooms are the largest of any hotel in Manila.
phone: +63 2 832 9509address: 2867 P. Zamora StreetNear shopping malls, business districts, and major tourist attractions. It is just beside Metro Point Mall and approximately 15 minutes from SM Mall of Asia. Rooms equipped with Air-conditioning, Wireless Internet access, Private toilet and bath. Some of its facilities and services are Business center, coffee shop, Massage service and safe deposit boxes. While here, take time to visit these neighboring historical sites and significant landmarks: Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden, World Trade Center and Cultural Center of the Philippines.
phone: +63 2-831-8888address: 264 EDSA ExtensionCopacabana Apartment Manila Hotel is the pioneer in the serviced apartment industry. Established in the early 1970s, this Manila hotel carries with it a long history of quality service and dedication to excellence. Light sleepers should be warned: the EDSA Extension is one of the major highways in the southern Metro area and motor traffic will be audible even on the top floors, particularly on weekends.
phone: +63 2 886 5159, +63 2 886 5195address: VLI Station EDSA Cor. TramoAccessible to the Metro's transportation.
phone: +63 2 8548888address: Roxas Blvd corner EDSA,A five-star deluxe hotel, it is minutes away from the international and domestic airports, business hubs; convention centres and SM Mall of Asia, the largest shopping mall in the Philippines.
phone: +63 2 702-2700address: #2878 Zamora St. corner Edsa, RotondaIt offers 253 air-conditioned rooms, all equipped with cable TV, private toilet and bath, telephone, and bedside control panel. Some of its facilities and services are restaurants, function/meeting rooms, business center with Internet facility, room service & laundry, and massage service.
phone: +63 2 902 0100address: 2702 Roxas BoulevardA/C rooms equipped with cable television, private balcony, shower with bathub, hair dryer, phone and wi-fi internet access. Some of its facilities and services are airport and city transportation service, cafe and parking.
phone: +63 2 519 7893address: 2933 F.B. Harrison cor. Ortigas StreetsIt offers 115 rooms, all equipped with an air-conditioner, Wi-Fi access, a private toilet and bath, mini-bar, hair dryer, and telephone for utmost convenience. Some of its facilities and services are restaurant, swimming pool, business center, function rooms, prayer house, complimentary use of safe deposit box at the front desk, and laundry and dry cleaning services.
phone: +63 2 702 2700address: 733 Woods Street corner EDSAIt offers 75 affordably cozy rooms, all equipped with air-conditioner, cable TV, mini-bar, Internet access, coffee/tea maker, private toilet and bath, and a telephone. Some of its facilities and services are airport and city transfers, business center, car rental, restaurant, massage service, and valet parking.
phone: +63 2 702 2700address: 2897 F. B. Harrison cor. Cuneta Ave.It offers air-conditioned rooms, all equipped with cable TV, Internet connection, IDD/NDD telephone, mini-refrigerator, and a coffee/tea maker. Some of its facilities and services include Wi-Fi Internet access, coffee shop, room service, massage service, and room service.
phone: +63 2 833 1234address: 2702 Roxas BoulevardOn Roxas Boulevard offering spectacular views of Manila Bay. Hyatt also has another property in Manila.
Manila Airport Hotel+632 8547549-50; mobile 09208080082, 09229433652. The only hotel att the Ninoy Aquino International
phone: +63 2 551-5555address: CCP Complex, Roxas Blvd.At a bayside area within the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex
phone: +63 2 831 4615The hotel offers themed suites that ensure a romantic rendezvous for every couple. Near Mall of Asia and Casino Filipino. Online reservations are accepted.