The Malayan Plaza

The Malayan plaza has a facade made mostly of blue glass windows. It's shape is like a tall block with an overlapping cylinder in one corner. The four lower floors has wider floor area than the upper floors. Want to use this image? Click here

addressADB Avenue corner Opal Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City 1600 [View Map]

telephone number(+632) 8706-0055

Situated on one side of the ADB Avenue - Opal Road T-junction. It stands adjacent to Anson's Center and opposite of Asian Development Bank compound.

How to commute to The Malayan Plaza?

Travel to SM Megamall. Then, exit using a door on the back of Building A.

Cross to St. Francis Square. Walk around St. Francis Square and The Podium by walking due south along bank drive, turn left to Julia Vargas and walk due east, and then turn left again to ADB Avenue and walk due north.

While walking at ADB Avenue, The Malayan Plaza is already within your view on the right. Use the pedestrian crossing on the ADB Avenue – Opal Road T-junction to cross to The Malayan Plaza on the other side. Alternatively, you can cross to the other side of ADB Avenue before you walk due north (there is also pedestrian at ADB Avenue – Julia Vargas intersection), so you will already be on the same side of the road as The Malayan Plaza.

The total walking distance is approximately 550 meters.

You can also try passing through the parking space between ADB Compound and BSA Twin Tower after you exit SM Megamall. You can already see The Malayan Plaza from within the parking space, and its exit on the other side leads to ADB Avenue – Opal Road T-junction.

Passing through is technically not allowed; the parking space has a sign explicitly stating that passing through is forbidden. However, considering that it is a parking space that welcomes everyone, and it also doubles as PUV terminal, there’s really no way to monitor who came from a vehicle, who are entering to board a vehicle, and who are just passing through.

Posted on December 22, 2019 under Hotels. Last updated on 22 Dec 2019. .

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