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Pasig City's shopping center along C5.

When you think of C5 in Pasig, this shopping village must be one of your destinations. Here you can do shopping, dining and more. Here's a guide to Tiendesitas.

ABOUT TIENDESITAS

Tiendesitas is a prime shopping and dining destination located in Frontera Verde, Pasig City. It showcases the best of Philippine products from locally-made furniture and handicrafts, antiques, to native food.

Tiendesitas

Tiendesitas ("a collection of little stores") is a shopping complex located along E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue in, Ugong, Pasig. Traders and entrepreneurs from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao offer specialty merchandise in Tiendesitas.


DEVELOPMENT OF TIENDESITAS

The complex began operations on September 26, 2005 and was developed by Ortigas & Company Limited Partnership (OCLP). Constructed at a cost of P200 million, Tiendesitas is a part of Ortigas East (former Frontera Verde), an interim 18.5 hectare Ortigas Center development project, much like the Greenhills Shopping Center.

Tiendesitas Villages

Tiendesitas is a 30,000 square metres (320,000 sq ft) complex of wide-opened "villages" featuring stylized Filipino architecture. The complex is made up of twelve pavilions inspired by Maranao architecture, which in turn traces its roots back to the bahay kubo.

The roof of each pavilion is covered with chemically treated Cogon grass, and is equipped with sprinklers to avoid mishaps during fires. Duyans (hammocks) are scattered around the development to offer short breaks during shopping trips. The Filipiniana inspiration extends to the comfort rooms: old kalesa wheels were transformed into chandelier frames to light up these restrooms.

Inside Tiendesitas

More than 450 traders from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao specializing in merchandise from regions not usually found in mainstream retail outlets exhibit their wares in Tiendesitas' shopping pavilions. Haggling a la tiangge is a common negotiating tactic among local merchants.

Handicrafts Village

Philippine-made handicrafts (by members of Philippine Chamber of Handicrafts Industries) from home décor to fashion accessories are found at the Handicrafts Village. Benguet handicrafts are included in the limited edition merchandise to be found here.

Fashion Village

The Fashion Village showcases apparel and accessories from Philippine designers, notably Marikina. Fashions sold in the Fashion Village include fabric woven in various regions of Mindanao, shell earrings from Cebu, and necklaces from other provinces in the South.

Novelties Village

Personal care and toiletries sold in the Personal Care and Novelties Village include homegrown, homemade organic soaps, lotions and aromatherapy lines developed by local traders. While these products normally surface only during bazaars, the Personal Care and Novelties Village allows them a year-round place to be exhibited and marketed to the public.

Pet Village

Licensed pet dealers in the Pets Village showcase exotic animals, rare species of birds, primates, snakes and iguanas. Domestic pets such as Labradors, Siamese cats, parrots and parakeets are also available. Pet grooming and care services are also available in the Pets Village.

Garden Village

A variety of potted plants, orchids, fruit-bearing trees and ornamentals can be seen at the Garden Village.

Antiques Village

The Antiques Village hosts antique stores. The most expensive item in the store is an P800,000 – worth statue of Saint Augustine from Bohol. Other stalls sell carvings of the bulol, a granary god, with prices climbing to as high up as P40,000, while contemporary wood carvings from Cebu cost at least P350.

Furniture Village

Modern export-quality furniture is sold in the Furniture Village.

Food Village

The Food Village hosts 46 stalls selling local food specialties such as halo-halo, ihaw-ihaw, Minette's Inasal, Tita Lynn's flavored suman, Three Sisters’ Pasig pancit with chicharrón, budbod of Taytay (rice toppings), sisig, lechón, milkfish, and merienda specialties like bibingka, puto bungbong and kakanin. Products from the country's premier farms like Nenita's and Dizon's will also be made available here.

Delicacies Village

In the Delicacies Village, vendors sell small food offerings suitable for pasalubong include Vigan's empanada and longganisa, Tacloban's suman sa latik, chocolate suman, ube suman, langka suman and Cebu's famous danggit. Fresh fruits from the Davao Region like durian, mangosteen and mangoes among others to organic and fresh vegetables from Baguio and Benguet are also available.

Seafood sold in the Delicacies Village include special dried fish and pili from the Bicol Region, famous balut from Pateros, tuna from GenSan, crispy shrimps, cornick, and bagnet from Ilocos, taba ng talangka, biurong dalag, bottled smoked fish and oysters from Aklan and the well-loved boneless bangus from Dagupan City.

Many varieties of rice to cook are sold here, from Nueva Ecija's Jasponica and Balatinao from Benguet.

Exhibits

An area in Tiendesitas is dedicated to special trade shows, exhibits, and unique Filipino cultural presentations that are scheduled year-round. The Tiendesitas opening in September 2005 began with a week-long Bonsai exhibit at the People's Village and was followed in October by an antiques exhibit.

Calesa Rides

Shoppers can take calesa rides through the complex. During the opening, there were only three calesas available. Since then, more calesas have been operating in the area.

Entertainment

Tiendesitas provides live entertainment daily starting at 8:30 PM. Live bands perform in the middle of Tiendesitas. On Sundays, along with the live band, the Bughaw Cultural Dance Group regularly performs, allowing visitors to witness traditional Filipino dances.

HOW TO GO TO TIENDESITAS

The complex is surrounded by parking slots and is mainly served by jeepneys on C-5 and by buses which stop a short walk from the Tiendesitas gate.

From Makati:

Route 1: MRT-Jeep
  1. Take the MRT to Shaw Boulevard station.
  2. Walk to the Edsa Central jeep terminal.
  3. Ride a jeep to Ugong, Pasig, and get off at Tiendesitas.
Route 2: MRT-Jeep/FX
  1. Take the MRT to Ortigas station.
  2. Walk to Megamall.
  3. Ride a jeep/FX or walk to Robinson's Galleria.
  4. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
  5. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.
Route 3: FX-Jeep
  1. From Buendia, ride the FX to Robinson's Galleria.
  2. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
  3. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.

From Mandaluyong/Pasig:

Route 1: MRT-Jeep
  1. Take the MRT to Shaw Boulevard station.
  2. Walk to the Edsa Central jeep terminal.
  3. Ride a jeep to Ugong, Pasig, and get off at Tiendesitas.
Route 2: MRT-Jeep/FX-Jeep
  1. Take the MRT to Ortigas station.
  2. Walk to Megamall.
  3. Ride a jeep/FX or walk to Robinson's Galleria.
  4. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
  5. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.



From Manila:

Route 1: LRT-1/LRT-2/Jeep-MRT-Jeep
  1. Go to MRT-Shaw Boulevard station. In order to get there, either:
    • Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Shaw Boulevard station.
    • Take the LRT-2 to Araneta-Center Cubao station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Shaw Boulevard station.
    • From Divisoria/Recto, ride a jeep to San Juan, and get off at Vicente Cruz/Pureza. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Shaw Boulevard station.
  2. Walk to the Edsa Central jeep terminal.
  3. Ride a jeep to Ugong, Pasig, and get off at Tiendesitas.
Route 2: LRT-1/LRT-2/Jeep-MRT-Jeep/FX-Jeep
  1. Go to MRT-Ortigas station. In order to get there, either:
    • Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Ortigas station.
    • Take the LRT-2 to Araneta-Center Cubao station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Ortigas station.
    • From Divisoria/Recto, ride a jeep to San Juan, and get off at Vicente Cruz/Pureza. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Ortigas station.
  2. Walk to Megamall.
  3. Ride a jeep/FX or walk to Robinson's Galleria.
  4. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
  5. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.
Route 3: Jeep-FX-Jeep/FX-Jeep
  1. From Divisoria/Recto, ride a jeep to San Juan, and get off at Vicente Cruz/Pureza. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at SM Megamall.
  2. Ride a jeep/FX or walk to Robinson's Galleria.
  3. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
  4. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.
Route 4: LRT-2/LRT-1/Jeep/FX-Jeep
  1. Go to Cubao. In order to get there, either:
    • Take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
    • Take the LRT-1 to Doroteo Jose station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
    • From Divisoria or Taft, ride a jeep/FX to Cubao, and get off at LRT-2-Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  2. Walk past Isetann and Aurora Arcade, and turn right at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride the jeep to Libis/Rosario/De Castro and get off at Tiendesitas.



From Pasay:

Route 1: LRT-1-MRT-Jeep
  1. Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Shaw Boulevard station.
  2. Walk to the Edsa Central jeep terminal.
  3. Ride a jeep to Ugong, Pasig, and get off at Tiendesitas.
Route 2: LRT-1-Jeep/FX-Jeep
  1. Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Ortigas station.
  2. Walk to Megamall.
  3. Ride a jeep/FX or walk to Robinson's Galleria.
  4. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
  5. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.

From Quezon City:

  1. Take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  2. Walk past Isetann and Aurora Arcade, and turn right at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  3. Ride the jeep to Libis/Rosario/De Castro and get off at Tiendesitas.

From San Juan:

  1. From Greenhills, ride the free shuttle to Tiendesitas. The shuttle service terminal is in front of Mercury Drug across Connecticut carpark. The shuttle leaves every hour from 2pm to 8pm (according to http://www.greenhills.com.ph)

Or you can Book a Grab ride straight to Tiendesitas.


ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES

  • Dine in with different restaurants and pop-up stalls inside.
  • Shop with your favorite retails and merchandise.
  • Buy your grocery needs and fresh goodies.
  • Experience indoor trampoline at Jump Yard.
  • Bring your kids and have enjoy at Fun Ranch.

WHERE TO EAT

Here are some of the restaurants opened to serve you at Tiendesitas:
  • Max's Restaurant Max's Restaurant Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
  • Potato Corner
  • Fruitas
  • Fariñas Ilocos Empanada
  • and many more!

For complete list of restaurants, cafes and shops, please visit Tiendesitas website or social media accounts.

Tiendesitas

Address: Ortigas Ave. cor E. Rodriquez Ave. (C-5), Pasig City, 1604
Schedule: Monday to Friday 11am-9pm, Friday to Sunday 10am-10pm
Facebook: Tiendesitas
Instagram: @tiendesitasph
Website: www.tiendesitas.com.ph

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Masbate

  • How much is the entrance in Pinto Art Museum?
    Entrance

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    TIENDESITAS: Things to See and Experience at this Shopping Village in Pasig City

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    Pasig City's shopping center along C5.

    When you think of C5 in Pasig, this shopping village must be one of your destinations. Here you can do shopping, dining and more. Here's a guide to Tiendesitas.

    ABOUT TIENDESITAS

    Tiendesitas is a prime shopping and dining destination located in Frontera Verde, Pasig City. It showcases the best of Philippine products from locally-made furniture and handicrafts, antiques, to native food.

    Tiendesitas

    Tiendesitas ("a collection of little stores") is a shopping complex located along E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue in, Ugong, Pasig. Traders and entrepreneurs from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao offer specialty merchandise in Tiendesitas.


    DEVELOPMENT OF TIENDESITAS

    The complex began operations on September 26, 2005 and was developed by Ortigas & Company Limited Partnership (OCLP). Constructed at a cost of P200 million, Tiendesitas is a part of Ortigas East (former Frontera Verde), an interim 18.5 hectare Ortigas Center development project, much like the Greenhills Shopping Center.

    Tiendesitas Villages

    Tiendesitas is a 30,000 square metres (320,000 sq ft) complex of wide-opened "villages" featuring stylized Filipino architecture. The complex is made up of twelve pavilions inspired by Maranao architecture, which in turn traces its roots back to the bahay kubo.

    The roof of each pavilion is covered with chemically treated Cogon grass, and is equipped with sprinklers to avoid mishaps during fires. Duyans (hammocks) are scattered around the development to offer short breaks during shopping trips. The Filipiniana inspiration extends to the comfort rooms: old kalesa wheels were transformed into chandelier frames to light up these restrooms.

    Inside Tiendesitas

    More than 450 traders from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao specializing in merchandise from regions not usually found in mainstream retail outlets exhibit their wares in Tiendesitas' shopping pavilions. Haggling a la tiangge is a common negotiating tactic among local merchants.

    Handicrafts Village

    Philippine-made handicrafts (by members of Philippine Chamber of Handicrafts Industries) from home décor to fashion accessories are found at the Handicrafts Village. Benguet handicrafts are included in the limited edition merchandise to be found here.

    Fashion Village

    The Fashion Village showcases apparel and accessories from Philippine designers, notably Marikina. Fashions sold in the Fashion Village include fabric woven in various regions of Mindanao, shell earrings from Cebu, and necklaces from other provinces in the South.

    Novelties Village

    Personal care and toiletries sold in the Personal Care and Novelties Village include homegrown, homemade organic soaps, lotions and aromatherapy lines developed by local traders. While these products normally surface only during bazaars, the Personal Care and Novelties Village allows them a year-round place to be exhibited and marketed to the public.

    Pet Village

    Licensed pet dealers in the Pets Village showcase exotic animals, rare species of birds, primates, snakes and iguanas. Domestic pets such as Labradors, Siamese cats, parrots and parakeets are also available. Pet grooming and care services are also available in the Pets Village.

    Garden Village

    A variety of potted plants, orchids, fruit-bearing trees and ornamentals can be seen at the Garden Village.

    Antiques Village

    The Antiques Village hosts antique stores. The most expensive item in the store is an P800,000 – worth statue of Saint Augustine from Bohol. Other stalls sell carvings of the bulol, a granary god, with prices climbing to as high up as P40,000, while contemporary wood carvings from Cebu cost at least P350.

    Furniture Village

    Modern export-quality furniture is sold in the Furniture Village.

    Food Village

    The Food Village hosts 46 stalls selling local food specialties such as halo-halo, ihaw-ihaw, Minette's Inasal, Tita Lynn's flavored suman, Three Sisters’ Pasig pancit with chicharrón, budbod of Taytay (rice toppings), sisig, lechón, milkfish, and merienda specialties like bibingka, puto bungbong and kakanin. Products from the country's premier farms like Nenita's and Dizon's will also be made available here.

    Delicacies Village

    In the Delicacies Village, vendors sell small food offerings suitable for pasalubong include Vigan's empanada and longganisa, Tacloban's suman sa latik, chocolate suman, ube suman, langka suman and Cebu's famous danggit. Fresh fruits from the Davao Region like durian, mangosteen and mangoes among others to organic and fresh vegetables from Baguio and Benguet are also available.

    Seafood sold in the Delicacies Village include special dried fish and pili from the Bicol Region, famous balut from Pateros, tuna from GenSan, crispy shrimps, cornick, and bagnet from Ilocos, taba ng talangka, biurong dalag, bottled smoked fish and oysters from Aklan and the well-loved boneless bangus from Dagupan City.

    Many varieties of rice to cook are sold here, from Nueva Ecija's Jasponica and Balatinao from Benguet.

    Exhibits

    An area in Tiendesitas is dedicated to special trade shows, exhibits, and unique Filipino cultural presentations that are scheduled year-round. The Tiendesitas opening in September 2005 began with a week-long Bonsai exhibit at the People's Village and was followed in October by an antiques exhibit.

    Calesa Rides

    Shoppers can take calesa rides through the complex. During the opening, there were only three calesas available. Since then, more calesas have been operating in the area.

    Entertainment

    Tiendesitas provides live entertainment daily starting at 8:30 PM. Live bands perform in the middle of Tiendesitas. On Sundays, along with the live band, the Bughaw Cultural Dance Group regularly performs, allowing visitors to witness traditional Filipino dances.

    HOW TO GO TO TIENDESITAS

    The complex is surrounded by parking slots and is mainly served by jeepneys on C-5 and by buses which stop a short walk from the Tiendesitas gate.

    From Makati:

    Route 1: MRT-Jeep
    1. Take the MRT to Shaw Boulevard station.
    2. Walk to the Edsa Central jeep terminal.
    3. Ride a jeep to Ugong, Pasig, and get off at Tiendesitas.
    Route 2: MRT-Jeep/FX
    1. Take the MRT to Ortigas station.
    2. Walk to Megamall.
    3. Ride a jeep/FX or walk to Robinson's Galleria.
    4. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
    5. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.
    Route 3: FX-Jeep
    1. From Buendia, ride the FX to Robinson's Galleria.
    2. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
    3. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.

    From Mandaluyong/Pasig:

    Route 1: MRT-Jeep
    1. Take the MRT to Shaw Boulevard station.
    2. Walk to the Edsa Central jeep terminal.
    3. Ride a jeep to Ugong, Pasig, and get off at Tiendesitas.
    Route 2: MRT-Jeep/FX-Jeep
    1. Take the MRT to Ortigas station.
    2. Walk to Megamall.
    3. Ride a jeep/FX or walk to Robinson's Galleria.
    4. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
    5. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.



    From Manila:

    Route 1: LRT-1/LRT-2/Jeep-MRT-Jeep
    1. Go to MRT-Shaw Boulevard station. In order to get there, either:
      • Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Shaw Boulevard station.
      • Take the LRT-2 to Araneta-Center Cubao station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Shaw Boulevard station.
      • From Divisoria/Recto, ride a jeep to San Juan, and get off at Vicente Cruz/Pureza. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Shaw Boulevard station.
    2. Walk to the Edsa Central jeep terminal.
    3. Ride a jeep to Ugong, Pasig, and get off at Tiendesitas.
    Route 2: LRT-1/LRT-2/Jeep-MRT-Jeep/FX-Jeep
    1. Go to MRT-Ortigas station. In order to get there, either:
      • Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Ortigas station.
      • Take the LRT-2 to Araneta-Center Cubao station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Ortigas station.
      • From Divisoria/Recto, ride a jeep to San Juan, and get off at Vicente Cruz/Pureza. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at Ortigas station.
    2. Walk to Megamall.
    3. Ride a jeep/FX or walk to Robinson's Galleria.
    4. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
    5. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.
    Route 3: Jeep-FX-Jeep/FX-Jeep
    1. From Divisoria/Recto, ride a jeep to San Juan, and get off at Vicente Cruz/Pureza. Ride an FX to SM Megamall, and get off at SM Megamall.
    2. Ride a jeep/FX or walk to Robinson's Galleria.
    3. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
    4. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.
    Route 4: LRT-2/LRT-1/Jeep/FX-Jeep
    1. Go to Cubao. In order to get there, either:
      • Take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
      • Take the LRT-1 to Doroteo Jose station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
      • From Divisoria or Taft, ride a jeep/FX to Cubao, and get off at LRT-2-Araneta Center-Cubao station.
    2. Walk past Isetann and Aurora Arcade, and turn right at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
    3. Ride the jeep to Libis/Rosario/De Castro and get off at Tiendesitas.



    From Pasay:

    Route 1: LRT-1-MRT-Jeep
    1. Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Shaw Boulevard station.
    2. Walk to the Edsa Central jeep terminal.
    3. Ride a jeep to Ugong, Pasig, and get off at Tiendesitas.
    Route 2: LRT-1-Jeep/FX-Jeep
    1. Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station, walk through the connecting bridge, and take the MRT to Ortigas station.
    2. Walk to Megamall.
    3. Ride a jeep/FX or walk to Robinson's Galleria.
    4. From the Ortigas entrance of Robinson's Galleria, ride a jeep to Rosario, and get off at IPI (Ortigas Avenue cor. Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue). Landmark is a flyover.
    5. Walk along Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (on the side of IPI), until you get to Tiendesitas. You will also pass by Republic Cement and Road C.

    From Quezon City:

    1. Take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station.
    2. Walk past Isetann and Aurora Arcade, and turn right at Gen. Romulo Avenue.
    3. Ride the jeep to Libis/Rosario/De Castro and get off at Tiendesitas.

    From San Juan:

    1. From Greenhills, ride the free shuttle to Tiendesitas. The shuttle service terminal is in front of Mercury Drug across Connecticut carpark. The shuttle leaves every hour from 2pm to 8pm (according to http://www.greenhills.com.ph)

    Or you can Book a Grab ride straight to Tiendesitas.


    ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES

    • Dine in with different restaurants and pop-up stalls inside.
    • Shop with your favorite retails and merchandise.
    • Buy your grocery needs and fresh goodies.
    • Experience indoor trampoline at Jump Yard.
    • Bring your kids and have enjoy at Fun Ranch.

    WHERE TO EAT

    Here are some of the restaurants opened to serve you at Tiendesitas:
    • Max's Restaurant Max's Restaurant Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
    • Potato Corner
    • Fruitas
    • Fariñas Ilocos Empanada
    • and many more!

    For complete list of restaurants, cafes and shops, please visit Tiendesitas website or social media accounts.

    Tiendesitas

    Address: Ortigas Ave. cor E. Rodriquez Ave. (C-5), Pasig City, 1604
    Schedule: Monday to Friday 11am-9pm, Friday to Sunday 10am-10pm
    Facebook: Tiendesitas
    Instagram: @tiendesitasph
    Website: www.tiendesitas.com.ph

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Masbate

    • How much is the entrance in Pinto Art Museum?
      Entrance

    WHERE TO STAY IN PASIG



      Visit Pasig City Guide for news and updates in Pasig. :)

      WHERE TO NEXT?


      IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please let us know by leaving a message in the comment box below.

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