Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Mizuno Infinity Run Expo 2011



If you've registered for the Infinity Run 2011, you may already claim your singlet this coming Sunday.  If Magallanes is a bit far from your location, you may claim your singlet from the Mizuno store you've registered but you have to wait for a week

Dropping by this Sunday might be a good idea since they will be putting up a lot of items for sale.  You might want to get another pair or grab a new running apparel

I bet you are now wondering on how to get there? Here's a map showing the exact location of Mizuno/BMG Center (Paseo Commercial Center)


Still confused? I grabbed some directions from MMD Directions --

From the North (Quezon City/Pasig Area):

Option 1. From EDSA, ride a bus southbound to Baclaran:
Sub-Option A. Get down at Malibay, Pasay and cross EDSA via the footbridge. From Malibay, take a jeepney bound for Alabang. Ask the driver to drop you off Paseo de Magallanes. This is most recommended for first time travelers as this is the most convenient.
Sub-Option B. Get down at Magallanes MRT Station/Mantrade. Walk towards Magallanes Park (this is under the flyover) and cross SLEX via the footbridge. You then need to walk a bit through another park and cross towards Paseo de Magallanes. This route is taken by people mostly familiar in the area (as this is supposed to be the shortest/cheapest route because the rest if walking).

Option 2. From EDSA, ride a bus southbound to Alabang:
Sub-Option A. Get down at Magallanes MRT Station/Mantrade. Walk towards Magallanes Park (this is under the flyover) and cross SLEX via the footbridge. You then need to walk a bit through another park and cross towards Paseo de Magallanes. This route is taken by people mostly familiar in the area (as this is supposed to be the shortest/cheapest route because the rest if walking).

*Two years ago, buses bound for Alabang can drop off passengers in front of Paseo de Magallanes, however, traffic enforcers have prohibited them from doing so to smoothen traffic.

Option 3. From EDSA, ride the MRT bound for Taft:
Sub-Option A. Get down at Taft Avenue Station in Pasay and ride a jeepney bound for Alabang. Ask the driver to drop you off Paseo de Magallanes. This is most recommended for first time travelers as this is the most convenient.
Sub-Option B. Get down at Magallanes MRT Station/Mantrade. Walk towards Magallanes Park (this is under the flyover) and cross SLEX via the footbridge. You then need to walk a bit through another park and cross towards Paseo de Magallanes. This route is taken by people mostly familiar in the area (as this is supposed to be the shortest/cheapest route because the rest if walking).

From the South (Sucat/Alabang):

Option 1. Ride a jeepney bound for Pasay Rotonda or SM Mall of Asia and get down at Magallanes, then walk towards Paseo de Magallanes

Option 2. Ride a bus bound for Cubao/Fairview/Monumento and get down at Magallanes MRT Station/Mantrade. Walk towards Magallanes Park (this is under the flyover) and cross SLEX via the footbridge. You then need to walk a bit through another park and cross towards Paseo de Magallanes. This route is taken by people mostly familiar in the area (as this is supposed to be the shortest/cheapest route because the rest if walking).

* If you are coming further down south (outside Metro Manila), there are also buses bound for Manila (most of them have Lawton in their signboard) or Buendia that you can take. Get down at Magallanes and walk towards Paseo de Magallanes

If you are coming from Pasay/Baclaran, you can ride an LRT to EDSA Station and ride a jeepney bound for Alabang, Sucat, or any destination along SLEX and that will pass by Paseo de Magallanes.

If you are coming from Makati, you can try the following routes: (1) take the jeepney route PRC-Mantrade along Pasong Tamo and get down at Mantrade/Magallanes and walk towards Paseo de Magallanes, (2) take the jeepney route Libertad-Pasay Road via SLEX and get down at Magallanes by the U-turn under the flyover, (3) take the jeepney route Buendia-Evangelista and get down at Mercury Drugstore on Evangelista near EDSA and just walk towards Paseo de Magallanes.

If you are Taguig or Pateros (C-5 Area), take the jeepney going to Gate 3 Fort Bonifacio. When you get to Gate 3, ride a jeepney bound for Pasay Rotonda or SM Mall of Asia, get down at Magallanes-EDSA and walk towards Paseo de Magallanes.

For private vehicles: Paseo de Magallanes is along South Super Highway (and near its intersection to EDSA). If you are coming from Manila passing through South Super Highway or EDSA coming from the north, take the Magallanes flyover bound for SLEX and Paseo de Magallanes is on the right side a few hundred meters after descending from the flyover. If you are coming from the south through SLEX, Paseo de Magallanes is by the left side and can be accessed via a U-Turn. If you are coming from Baclaran or SM Mall of Asia, take EDSA bound for Alabang; once you turn right towards SLEX, Paseo de Magallanes will be in sight.

4 comments:

The Sweet Life Runner said...

I'm gonna try this guide of yours today and I wish it'll bring me to the right place. haha! ^_^

Daves said...

let us know if the directions are accurate :)

Nette said...

would love to run here... sana may pang reg na sa sunday :) thanks dave for the guide!! bka tumuloy kami dito after 5th sunday run.

Daves said...

and i will be 130+ kilometers away from manila this sunday. hope i'd make the 7pm cutoff :)

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