How to go to Divisoria (Tutuban Shopping Center)

Divisoria (and Tutuban Shopping Center) is a popular destination for cheap finds and trinkets. Almost everything you needed you’ll find here. Learn the art of haggling and you can even get an item half the price. But always be careful, pickpockets might be around. Don’t wear any jewelry when you visit and it is advisable not to bring a car as well specially on holidays. It gets too crowded on weekends and holidays that is why shopping should be taken with precautions. Here’s how to go to Divisoria.

From our starting point SM North Edsa.

Ride a jeep from West Avenue going to Quiapo. Go down at Recto, then ride a jeep bound to Divisoria. Go down before it turned left to Abad Santos where it will make a U-turn to go back. From there you’ll need to walk a few towards Divisoria

Via MRT/LRT

Ride MRT from North EDSA then go down at Cubao Station. From Cubao walk towards Gateway Mall and ride the LRT 3 bound to Divisoria. Go down at Divisoria station.

Via Jeep/Lrt

From SM North EDSA, ride a jeep to Munoz. Ride the LRT bound to Baclaran and go down at Doroteo Jose.  From there ride a jeep heading to Divisoria.

Featured photo from WholesaleLubang

 

Until our next discovery in the City!
またね Mata ne! 
Be awesome and stay connnected
6 Comments
  • Alyssa
    November 28, 2016

    Hi! The image of the view of Divisoria is shot by our photographer. Do you mind giving credits?

    • Rodel Flordeliz
      November 28, 2016

      Surely. Can you send me details please.

    • Rodel Flordeliz
      November 28, 2016

      thank you

  • Randi
    October 20, 2015

    One can also ride the PNR train directly to Tutuban Centre. Starting from SM North EDSA, for example, take a jeepney ride to PNR España Station. Check the PNR website for trip schedule and your nearest station.

    Here’s a link to the Timetable on the official website. 🙂
    http://www.pnr.gov.ph/index.php/getting-around/metro-commuter-line/maps-timetables

    • Rodel Flordeliz
      October 21, 2015

      yay! thanks Randi! Havent tried riding the PNR

  • Anonymous
    September 6, 2015

    Thanks for the info. 🙂

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