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Bonifacio Global City (BGC) or The Fort is located in Taguig, Philippines. You can easily commute to the business district from different locations in Metro and Greater Manila Area!


Here are some of the nearest routes to BGC:

From EDSA

  • Take a bus (or MRT3) ride en route to Ayala. Dropoff Ayala Bus Stop (under MRT Ayala Station) look for McKinley Exchange building. There's a terminal of BGC bus there where you can buy bus tickets and hop on BGC bus.

From C5 Road

  • There are UV Express and Jeepneys en route to BGC (particularly Market! Market! and SM Aura) from the South (Sucat, Paranaque and Taguig) and from the North (Pasig and Rizal)

OTHER ROUTES

From Caloocan:

Route 1: Bus-Bus
  1. Ride a bus from Monumento to NEW MIA via EDSA, Domestic Road or via EDSA, Quirino Avenue.
  2. Get off at MRT-Ayala station. Landmarks are Ayala Avenue, McKinley Road, SM Annex, and Dusit Hotel Nikko Manila.
  3. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  4. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 2: LRT1-MRT-Bus
  1. Take the LRT1 to EDSA Terminal station.
  2. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards MRT-Taft terminal station.
  3. Take the MRT to Ayala station.
  4. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  5. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 3: LRT1-Bus/FX-Bus
  1. Take the LRT1 to Gil Puyat station.
  2. Ride a bus/FX to Ayala, and get off at Makati Avenue. Landmarks are Makati Shangri-La Hotel, 6750 Ayala Avenue Office Tower & Carpark, Rustan's Department Store & Supermarket, and Intercontinental Manila.
  3. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  4. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 4: Bus-Jeep
  1. Ride a bus from Monumento to NEW MIA via EDSA, Domestic Road or via EDSA, Quirino Avenue.
  2. Get off at MRT-Guadalupe Station.
  3. The jeepney terminal is near Jollibee. Take the jeep going to Market! Market!

From Makati:

Route 1: MRT/Jeep-Bus
  1. Arrive at the Ayala MRT Station. In order to get there, either:
    • Take the MRT to Ayala station.
    • Take a jeepney to Landmark and walk towards Ayala station.
  2. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  3. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 2: Jeep
  1. From Buendia, take the jeepney going to Fort Bonifacio passing through Kalayaan Avenue. The jeep will pass through Market! Market!

From Mandaluyong/Pasig:

Route 1: MRT-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to Ayala station.
  2. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  3. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 2: MRT-Jeep
  1. Take the MRT to Guadalupe Station.
  2. The jeepney terminal is near Jollibee. Take the jeep going to Market! Market!

From Manila:

Route 1: LRT1-MRT/Jeep/FX-Bus
  1. Arrive at the Ayala MRT Station. In order to get there, either:
    • Take the LRT1 to EDSA station, go through the connecting bridge, then take the MRT to Ayala station.
    • Take the jeep from Divisoria/Taft to Baclaran. Get off at LRT-EDSA/MRT-Taft station, then take the MRT to Ayala station.
    • Take the FX from C.M. Recto, Divisoria to Ayala (only available until 8AM on weekdays) . Get off along Ayala Avenue and walk towards Greenbelt/Glorietta. Walk to the MRT Ayala station.
  2. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  3. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 2: FX/Bus/Jeep-Jeep
  1. Arrive at the Guadalupe MRT Station. In order to get there, either:
    • Take the FX from C.M. Recto, Divisoria to Ayala (only available until 8AM on weekdays) . Get off at Buendia corner Ayala, take the jeepney to Guadalupe, and get off at MRT Guadalupe station.
    • Take the PVP Liner bus from Lawton/Taft to Ayala, get off at Buendia, take the jeepney to Guadalupe, and get off at MRT Guadalupe station.
    • Take the jeep from Divisoria/Taft to Baclaran. Get off at Buendia, and take the jeep to Guadalupe. Get off at Guadalupe station.
  2. The jeepney terminal is near Jollibee. Take the jeep going to Market! Market!

From Muntinlupa:

Route 1: Bus-Bus
  1. From Alabang, ride a bus to Navotas via EDSA, Lagro via EDSA, Monumento via EDSA, Novaliches, Sapang Palay via EDSA, Tenejeros, Marilao via EDSA, or Balara via Quiapo.
  2. Get off at MRT Ayala station.
  3. Ride the Fort bus. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 2: Bus-Jeep
  1. From Alabang, ride a bus to Navotas via EDSA, Lagro via EDSA, Monumento via EDSA, Novaliches, Sapang Palay via EDSA, Tenejeros, Marilao via EDSA, or Balara via Quiapo.
  2. Get off at MRT-Guadalupe Station.
  3. The jeepney terminal is near Jollibee. Take the jeep going to Market! Market!

From Paranaque:

Route 1: Bus-MRT-Bus
  1. Ride any bus from Baclaran that passes through EDSA/Ayala.
  2. Get off at MRT-Ayala station. Landmarks are Ayala Avenue, McKinley Road, SM Annex, Dusit Hotel Nikko Manila, and Intercontinental Manila.
  3. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  4. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 2: LRT1-MRT-Bus
  1. Take the LRT1 to EDSA Terminal station.
  2. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards MRT-Taft terminal station.
  3. Take the MRT to Ayala station.
  4. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  5. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 3: LRT1-Bus/FX-Bus
  1. Take the LRT1 to Gil Puyat station.
  2. Ride a bus/FX to Ayala, and get off at Makati Avenue. Landmarks are Makati Shangri-La Hotel, 6750 Ayala Avenue Office Tower & Carpark, Rustan's Department Store & Supermarket, and Intercontinental Manila.
  3. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  4. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 4: LRT1-MRT-Jeep
  1. Take the LRT1 to EDSA Terminal station.
  2. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards MRT-Taft terminal station.
  3. Take the MRT to Guadalupe Station.
  4. The jeepney terminal is near Jollibee. Take the jeep going to Market! Market!

From Pasay:

Route 1: Jeep
  1. From Buendia corner Taft, take the jeep to Guadalupe, and get off at MRT Guadalupe station.
  2. The jeepney terminal is near Jollibee. Take the jeep going to Market! Market!
Route 2: LRT1-MRT/Jeep-Bus
  1. Arrive at the Ayala MRT Station. In order to get there, either:
    • Take the LRT1 to EDSA station, go through the connecting bridge, then take the MRT to Ayala station.
    • Take the jeep from Taft to Baclaran. Get off at LRT-EDSA/MRT-Taft station, then take the MRT to Ayala station.
  2. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  3. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.

From Quezon City:

Route 1: Bus/LRT1-MRT/MRT-Bus
  1. Arrive at Ayala MRT Station, you can either:
    • From Fairview, ride a bus to PHILCITE or to Sucat via EDSA and get off at Ayala MRT Station.
    • From Araneta Center-Cubao Station. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards MRT-Cubao station and take the MRT to Ayala station.
    • Take the MRT to Ayala station.
  2. Take the North Exit (not the one going to Glorietta and SM).
  3. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.
Route 2: Bus/LRT1-MRT/MRT-Jeep
  1. Arrive at Guadalupe MRT Station, you can either:
    • From Fairview, ride a bus to PHILCITE or to Sucat via EDSA and get off at Guadalupe MRT Station.
    • From Araneta Center-Cubao Station. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards MRT-Cubao station and take the MRT to Guadalupe station.
    • Take the MRT to Guadalupe station.
  2. The jeepney terminal is near Jollibee. Take the jeep going to Market! Market!

From San Pedro, Laguna

  1. Ride a bus to Cubao via EDSA and get off at Ayala corner EDSA.
  2. The Fort bus/shuttle is just around the nearest corner. It passes through Net2, Market! Market!, and the Fort Open Field, among others.

From Taytay, Rizal:


  1. Ride a jeep/FX to Crossing.
  2. Go to Guadalupe MRT station, either by:
    • Taking the MRT from Shaw Blvd. station to Guadalupe station, or
    • Riding a bus to Guadalupe/Buendia/Ayala via EDSA.
  3. Depending on your destination, you have 2 options:
  4. Ride a jeep to AFP Housing. This route passes through Speed Zone, MC Home Depot, Price Smart, Bridgestone, HSBC, Net Square, Adidas Sportskamp, Fort 26th, and the Icon.
  5. Ride a jeep to Fort Bonifacio. This route passes through Serendra and Market! Market!

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ABOUT BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY

Bonifacio Global City is a financial and lifestyle district in Metro Manila, Philippines. It is located 11 km south-east of the center of Manila. The district experienced commercial growth following the sale of military land by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority.

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