Monday, April 05, 2010

How To Get To Noah's Park



This direction to Noah's Park is through the Marikina Route since our house is near Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City.

From Aurora Boulevard turn left towards the Marikina Overpass, upon alighting from the overpass this long stretch of road is known as A. Bonifacio Street. Along this road, you will pass by the Riverbank Mall, Loyola Memorial Cemetery and the Marikina Bridge. After the Marikina Bridge turn left to J. P. Rizal Avenue that will pass through Concepcion, Fairlane, Green Heights , Green Meadows and finally you will see the Welcome Arch of San Mateo, Rizal. Continue transversing this long stretch of road until you spot the Welcome Arch of Rodriguez, Rizal. You will not get lost just follow a jeepney plying the Montalban route.

Once you've entered Rodriguez (formerly Montalban) be on the look out for the Total Gas Station. Turn left on the first street after the gas station and then turn right. You will see a narrow road in between a water spillway.




Cross that narrow road, turn left towards the first street, you will see a sign that says this way to Avilon Zoo ( Noah's Park is just beside Avilon Zoo). You will not missed it because there's a quarrying site near the street.

From here it will become a bumpy ride to Noah's Park because its just a dirt road. Just follow the signboard for Avilon Zoo and you will not be lost.



If you plan to commute ride either an FX or Jeep with a Montalban sign at Cubao, alight at Total Gas Station and then just ride a tricycle to Noah's Park. Make arrangements with the driver to pick you up later in the afternoon when you're about to go home because only a few tricycles pass through Noah's Park.

I won' t suggest that you ride a cab to Noah's Park because the taxi fare will be huge plus the driver will definitely complained about the dirt road going to the park.





Here's a detailed post on what to expect at Noah's Park

First visit to Noah's Park
Revisiting Noah's Park 2014

5 comments:

redamethyst said...

interesting. mukhang maganda dito and parang madaling mapuntahan. thanks for the instructions.

Carmen Araneta said...

Hi, thanks for dropping by my blog. That place looks nice also for a family picnic and for cooling this summer.

Gracie said...

Wow parang ang sarap dito ah. Hay buti pa kayo ni boyfriend mo at magkasama. Kami ni hon-hon layo sa isat-isa. hehehe. Not sure din kung matutuloy sya this June because of his schedule. Pero I'm hoping and praying na sana matuloy sya so that we can celebrate our anniversary together. hehehe

I'm happy to see you having a bonding time with your loveones. Happy Easter po ulet!

Anonymous said...

mga gaano kaya kahaba yung dirt road na yun? pano pag tag ulan? hindi ba nababalahaw mga car?

hanna castillo said...

@Hanz puwede magtanong about sa mga cottage how much lng poh kung ang gmit lng at ay umbrella ano po bah yung murang cottage

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