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There are daily flights to Bacolod from Manila or Cebu. Upon arrival at the airport, vans are available for a ride costing P150. Ask the driver to bring you to the Chinese temple near Lopue’s (pronounced Lo-pwes) East.

The exact address, should you need it, is Yuan Thong Temple, 2876 Burgos St.-6th Rd., Bacolod 6100 Philippines, with telephone number +63-34-4322733.

Fo Guang Shan Mabuhay Temple is conveniently located in downtown Manila. The exact address is 656 Pablo Ocampo St., Malate, Manila, Philippines, with telephone number +63-2-523 4909.

There are several ways to reach the temple.

Private Vehicles

The temple has a basement parking lot for private vehicles.

If you are taking public transportation, here are some options that might be helpful for you.

Taking the LRT

Get off Vito Cruz Station. In the corner of Taft Avenue and Pablo Ocampo St. near the station, you will see a Starbucks in Torre Lorenzo Bldg. You have the option to either walk or take a pedicab. The temple will be on your left side beside the Vietnam Embassy and right across Century Park Hotel.

Taking Other Public Transport

From Quezon City: Take an FX going to LRT Buendia. Get off Vito Cruz LRT Station, In the corner of Taft Avenue and Pablo Ocampo St. near the station, you will see Starbucks in Torre Lorenzo Bldg. You have the option to either walk or take a pedicab. The temple will be on your left side beside the Vietnam Embassy and right across Century Park Hotel.

From Buendia: Take any jeepney that has a sign board of "Dakota Plaza" in Harrison Road, across OWWA. You will get off in front of the temple which will be on your right just before a stop light and across Century Park Hotel.

From Makati or EDSA: Take a bus going to LRT Buendia, get off Harrison Road where you will see a 7-11 convenience store. Take any jeepney that has a sign board of "Dakota Plaza". You will get off in front of the temple which will be on your right just before a stop light and across Century Park Hotel.

 
     
 

 

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