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Not good during rush hours

MRT is still the fastest and cheapest mode of transport along EDSA. However, some of the trains are... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2018
rbballesteros
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Manila, Philippines
brave it if you dare!

It is possible to use this like a modern inner city metro but it is not at all the same as what you... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2018
AzitiZ
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Shanghai, China
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Sep 3, 2018
“Not good during rush hours”
Aug 19, 2018
“brave it if you dare!”
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Lrt 1 should really need an improvement. From the old beep card that can now be fold easily and the running cockroaches inside the train is a no no. Please do something about it. We're paying double everyday of our trip. Kindly do some actions...More

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Reviewed 4 September 2018

MRT is still the fastest and cheapest mode of transport along EDSA. However, some of the trains are old already. During rush hours, the place is overcrowded and it will take you roughly an hour just to get up the train. There are also times...More

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Reviewed 19 August 2018

It is possible to use this like a modern inner city metro but it is not at all the same as what you might be used to in other large cities in Asia. The MRT / LRT system has three lines and the closest station...More

Thank AzitiZ
Reviewed 22 March 2018

During peak times, just brace for yourself and hope to survive as it gets overcrowded. Sometimes, it almost feels like every man for himself. Hold on to your bags and be mindful of pickpocketers

1  Thank stibbyventures
Reviewed 28 February 2018 via mobile

By far this line was the most convenient in Manila, no wonder it’s Japan build. The cleanest and the less odor of all line.

Thank Boogzz
Reviewed 25 January 2018 via mobile

If you are expecting a world class and smooth system like singapore or japan you will disappointed. Its quite chaotic and packed at times. But experiencing the local public transport system is a great way to see the city you visit

Thank JohnG3121
Reviewed 3 December 2017

going to makati, caloocan, pasay, manila? well, even if you have a car you will be dealing with amount of traffic not to mention the parking problem. Taking MRT & LRT is always the best option if you want to save some time

Thank 866jaimej
Reviewed 2 December 2017

All of the times I took this train it was packed with people, I feared I may not be able to alight at my destination because too many people to push to get out! There was a train that smelled like strong piss, had to...More

Thank zaijacobs
Reviewed 10 September 2017

We tried the light rail as hoped it improved since our last rail ride...but it didn't. The train was crowded and had numerous stops. It broke down later after our journey and I believe, that was unpleasant for the local commuters. Next time, I would...More

Thank LouTassie
Reviewed 30 August 2017

In Canada they sold a ticket in bundle like a 10/ pack, and tickets can avail not only in the LRT or bus station but also in some convenient store like 7-11 rather than to fall in line at the LRT or MRT cashier. I...More

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Well you could get to your destination faster, as you do not encounter traffic. You can get to a lot of tourist spots, which you can see at the LRT trains. Spots such as Manila City Hall, SM Manila, Robinson's Place... More
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