Commuting Guide: How to go to Newport City (Newport Mall, Maxims Hotel, Marriott Hotel, Remington, Belmont)





The best way you could probably visit any of the Newport City establishments (Maxims Hotel, Marriott Hotel, Remington, Belmont, Newport Mall) is via the Newport City shuttle services, which can be found in 18 different cities in Manila and nearby provinces. It leaves in different schedules which you can check on the official website (Shuttle Services). The shuttle services is absolutely free, but the thing is, Newport City Shuttle Services  is only limited for Resorts World Manila (RMW) members holding Platinum Cards, or RMW members holding Entry Ride Vouchers in their name. So, if your a frequent traveller to this ‘City’, I highly suggest for you to get a card at RWM for a very minimal price.

commuting to Naia Terminal 3

If not, you can always choose to bring a car, commute or take an UBER or Grab ride. But if your being thrifty, taking the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal (NAIA) 3 Loop shuttle public commuter bus would be very economical.

Here is how to commute to Newport City (Maxims Hotel, Marriott Hotel, Remington, Belmont, Newport Mall)

Starting Point: SM North EDSA

By Train

Pasy Rotunda corner EDSA

Metro Railway Transit (MRT)

  1. Take the Manila Metro Railway Transit Blue Line (MRT-3) and get off at Taft Avenue Station (last station)
  2. Go down the stairs at Saver’s Square at the North bound side of the station (this is the small mall connected to the terminal)
  3. You will find a passageway in between McDonalds and Chowking. Go straight in and look for white Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal (NAIA) 3 Loop shuttle public commuter bus. Beep Card is used in this bus and fare only cost Php 20. The buses leaves every 30 minutes.
  4. The NAIA 3 Loop shuttle public commuter bus first stop is at the departure area of NAIA terminal 3, then will make a 2nd stop at the corner of the Steel Parking at Resort Dr. cor Andrews Ave. You can go down there and walk straight towards your destination.

Genesis Terminal

Light Railway Transit (LRT)

  1. From SM North, Ride a jeep or bus going to Munoz (Monumento, Novaliches, UE, Malanday etc.)
  2. Take theLight Railway Transit (LRT) Line 1 (Yellow Line) and get off at EDSA Station (2nd to the last station). Go straight to Saver’s Square at the North bound side of the station using the interconnected walkway
  3. You will find a passageway in between McDonalds and Chowking. Go straight in and look for white Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal (NAIA) 3 Loop shuttle public commuter bus. Beep Card is used in this bus and fare only cost Php 20.  The buses leaves every 30 minutes.
  4. The NAIA 3 Loop shuttle public commuter bus first stop is at the departure area of NAIA terminal 3, then will make a 2nd stop at the corner of the Steel Parking at Resort Dr. cor Andrews Ave. You can go down there and walk straight towards your destination.

Shuttle Service to newport mall

If you are going to take the bus, ride busses from SM North going to SM MOA (Signage Baclaran MOA) and go down at the Tatf Avenue Station and follow steps #3 & #4.

If you do not want to take the shuttle service you can also take a jeepney at EDSA northbound lane near MRT Taft Station in Pasay Rotunda with a “Nichols” sign. Though at times jeepneys with that signage are a bit hard to spot.

 

Until our next discovery in the City!
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2 Comments
  • Patrick Leo
    July 1, 2017

    Stay vigilant and always alert too. The place (EDSA/Taft Avenue) is hustling & hectic. Don’t text or stop using your gadgets until you get inside the the shuttle bus.

  • Patrick Leo
    July 1, 2017

    Thanks Rodel for sharing. It’s a good alternative from taking a taxi or uber going to the airport. I don’t have a car, and whenever I travel out of the country, I always take advantage of the airport shuttle commuter bus going to NAIA. It’s practical and more cost effective.

    Just a simple tip for everyone though; allow ample time traveling to the airport if you plan to take the airport shuttle bus considering the queue, the waiting time and Manila’s world class traffic.

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