How do I get to Grand Canal?
Take the MRT south to Guadalupe Station. Exit the station northbound. Take a jeepney to Market Market FTI Gate 3 and get out at McKinley Hill. From there, it’s just a few minutes’ walk to Venice Grand Canal Mall.
Who is the owner of McKinley Hill?
McKinley Hill Stadium is an all-weather football pitch in the Philippines made of artificial turf….McKinley Hill Stadium.
|Location||McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig, Philippines|
|Coordinates||14°31′52″N 121°03′13″ECoordinates: 14°31′52″N 121°03′13″E|
Why Venice Grand Canal is famous?
The Grand Canal is famous worldwide for the centuries-old palaces which stand on both sides of the water. Most of them date from the 13th to the 18th century, a time in which existed the Venetian Republic. These magnificent buildings show the wealth Venetian families had at the time of the powerful Venetian Republic.
How is the commute to Venice Grand Canal mall?
For commuters, from North Bound or South Bound, you can ride The MRT, go down at Ayala Station. From Ayala Station, ride a Bus going to the Fort, you can take the West Bound Bus, the air con bus can be found a few steps away from the MRT Station.
How do I commute to McKinley Hill?
Going to McKinley Hill
- At Ayala MRT station,
- At 5th Ave corner McKinley Road, there are jeepneys going to Gate 3.
- From Market!
- At MRT Guadalupe Station, find the jeepney terminal near Jollibee and take the ones bound for either AFP Housing or Gate 3.
- Ride the Citylink Bus to McKinley Hill (fare P25.
How many hectares is McKinley Hill?
The 50-hectare McKinley Hill showcases both residential and office development in a community setting outside the Bonifacio Global City.
How big is McKinley Hill?
Taguig City Inspired by cities in Italy and Spain, the 50-hectare McKinley Hill—Megaworld’s largest township development in Metro Manila—brings to the Philippines the sophisticated culture of Southern Europe.
Where is the Grand Canal located?
The Grand Canal forms a vast inland waterway system in the north-eastern and central eastern plains of China, passing through eight of the country’s present-day provinces. It runs from the capital Beijing in the north to Zhejiang Province in the south.