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How To Get To Taytay Rizal Municipall Hall From Pasig Or Taguig

Can anyone help me out how to get to BIR Taguig?

Ride bus at EDSA going southbound ex. Makati, Baclaran, Alabang, etc.
Drop off at EDSA cor. McKinley Road
Along Shell station, ride a shuttle bus going to Bonifacio Global City
Drop off along 32nd street cor. Rizal drive (landmark: St. Lukes)
Walk at 32nd st. going to Kalayaan unitl you reach 2nd ave.

How to go to Taguig Global City from Samagta Floodway Taytay Rizal?

kapatid, alam ko ganire:

Kung galing ka sa Taytay, magkababayan tayo. lol.

sakay ka jeep either Cubao or Crossing.
Kung Cubao eh baba ka ng Junction. oo yung may intesection. Then sakay ulet ng Pasig Palengke-Tramo. Ayun.
Kung Crossing naman eh baba ka ng Jennys o Rosario. Then sakay ka Pasig Palengke-Tramo.

hint: mag cubao ka na lang tol, walang manyak. lol.

ingatz kapatidz!

How do you get to Lakambini Diagnostic Center from Quezon city?

Take a bus heading to Baclaran/MIA/Cavite and ask for the conductor to drop you off at MRT Taft Avenue. Alternative way is to take MRT from your QC destination up to Taft/EDSA Station. Then find a jeep heading for Divisoria/Pedro Gil and ask for the driver to drop you off at Buendia. Dominant Landmarks are Mercury Drug Taft/Buendia on the right and DLTB Bus Terminal on the left. After those landmarks, walk a little bit. Wardley Building is on your left. Located at San Juan Street corner Taft Avenue.

Can anyone please tell me how to get to AFP Theater in Quezon City?

if im not mistaken, AFP is along EDSA.
I've seen it before when i use to take the route to EDSA on my way home.

well, if ur coming from megamall, just ride a bus to cubao.
there's a big arch at the entrance, which says "ARMED FORCES OF THE PHILIPPINES"

i remembered that coz b4, i wanted to take the entrance exam for PMA. then i saw a banner abt the entrance exam there.... i think its on the right side if ur from megamall.
and on the left side of the road is camp aquinaldo...

What branch of NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) in Manila or Quezon City is the most efficient in processing online applications?

Don't even bother with either Manila or Quezon City. Try Mandaluyong City Hall no earlier than 3pm. The downside to the place is that they have a strict 400-application-forms-available-only-per-day rule in place for offline applications. I've never seen the logic to it but someone told me that it was an ordinance set in place by the higher-ups in said place to prevent the procedure from falling apart. On really busy days like post-graduation season, you know by 8am if you're going to get one or not.If you fill out the NBI form online, it allows you to go around the hard limit they're imposing. The only problem with the online form is that sometimes it won't print. In that case, get a screenshot and transfer to a proper PDF file.In any case, I went there at 3pm and they still had about 20 copies left. Got my NBI clearance 10 minutes later, since I've got no hit. That's a record 15 minutes total somewhat. Previously, my fastest record was at Robinsons Otis a few years back, which was around the 30-minute mark.This would have been much faster if I didn't have to fill out the form, as that took me the whole of 5 minutes. Going in with your online application makes it much faster as you can skip the encoding phase and skip directly to payment.

How To Go To EEI Corporation Brgy Bagumbayan Q.C.?

From Baclaran, take north bound bus like monumento, QC, etc. Make sure it is using the EDSA! Just tell the driver that you are going to Robinson's Galleria. No bus stops exactly infront of Galleria. The nearest stop is within Poveda School. Walk towards infront of Galleria, ortigas road.

There are pile of Jeepneys or Bus (GLiner or the yellow bus) going to Junction, Rosario. Take bus or jeepney. Tell driver to tell you if it is already IPI. The intersection of Libis and Ortigas extension is well known as IPI because of the IPI Company in the intersection. You would know that you are now in IPI once you see a major intersection.

Cross the street going towards the side of Iglesia ni Kristo. There are jeeps going to Cubao. Tell the driver you are going to Monark/Honda. Your landmark is Honda on your right side. Once in Honda, take a tricycle and just say EEI.

How much does it cost to have a civil wedding in the Philippines?

A civil wedding is one of the most inexpensive and faster way of getting legally married in the Philippines. It is usually conducted by a Judge of the Regional Trial Court or officiated by the City Mayor for free. A marriage ceremony which take place with the presence of both contracting parties before the solemnizing officer and their exchanging of “i do s” as husband and wife in the presence of not less than two witnesses of legal age.Documents required before fhe wedding & venue expenses are as follows:For the documents - birth certificate/cenomar(a certificate of No Marriage Record)/ marriage license (prepare at least P1200)For Pre- Marriage Counselling - prepare at least P200For Judge Service Fee - if you choose your own judge or a Pastor to solemnize the wedding you must have at least P4000 to P5000.Reception - there are many catering services that offers affordable buffet like for as low as P150 ler head. Some venues offers P15,000 to P30,000 package good for 100pax - food, wine and decors.Gown/Barong or Toxedo - prepare at least P1000 for the rental fee ( or just borrow from a relative or friend if you both want to save)Wedding Rings - a set with simple and average design for at least P3000.Flowers - at least P1000Wedding Photos(no videos) - prepare at least P200Accomodations - some hotel offers very affordable room price for as low as P1000/day. If you want to save more, wedding receptions can be held at home so theres no need to paY.This estimated costs is based from our personal experience and information from wedding experts.

How can i get to 2012 cityland 10 tower 1, hv de la costa street, salcedo vill., makati city?

Where are you coming from?

If you know Ayala Avenue, and if you are coming from EDSA, if you are commuting (like on a bus) just go straight to Ayala Avenue, then get down at the bus stop after Rufino street (near SMART building), then walk to Geronimo St (going to RCBC direction), turn right, walk a few hundred meters, then you'll see Cityland 10 Towers 1 & 2 (H.V. De La Costa cor Valero Street). Unit 2012 could be in the first floor, just ask.

Below is a link to a map for your reference.