Directions: Tumana

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How to Get to Tumana?

Tumana is probably the most populated barangay in Marikina City; a former sitio of Concepcion Uno.  It is quite close to the river so you always hear and see them on the news during typhoon seasons.  There are decent public schools both for girls and boys and also a flea market. Locals call them Talipapa.  A bridge was constructed years ago to connect Tumana and Balara in Quezon City, helping most motorists from heavy traffic.

  • From Aurora, Cubao, you may ride the jeeps with the Parang Lamuan signage. This will take you directly to Tumana via A. Bonifacio Avenue in Barangka.  You may also ride the Montalban jeep, though a longer route.  This will take you directly to Tumana via Marcos Highway and Gil Fernando Avenue.
  • From Manila, you may ride the jeeps with the Parang Lamuan signage. This will take you directly to Tumana via A. Bonifacio Avenue in Barangka.  You may also ride the Montalban jeep, though a longer route.  This will take you directly to Tumana via Marcos Highway and Gil Fernando Avenue.
  • From Monumento or Fairview (by bus), just take the bus to Cubao Ibabaw. Along Aurora, Cubao, you may ride the jeeps with the Parang Lamuan signage. This will take you directly to Tumana via A. Bonifacio Avenue in Barangka.  You may also ride the Montalban jeep, though a longer route.  This will take you directly to Tumana via Marcos Highway and Gil Fernando Avenue.
  • From Monumento or Fairview (by train), just take the MRT train to Araneta Cubao Station. Along Aurora, Cubao, you may ride the jeeps with the Parang Lamuan signage. This will take you directly to Tumana via A. Bonifacio Avenue in Barangka.  You may also ride the Montalban jeep, though a longer route.  This will take you directly to Tumana via Marcos Highway and Gil Fernando Avenue.
  • From Alabang, Pasay or Makati (by bus), just take the bus to Cubao Ibabaw. Along Aurora, Cubao, you may ride the jeeps with the Parang Lamuan signage. This will take you directly to Tumana via A. Bonifacio Avenue in Barangka.  You may also ride the Montalban jeep, though a longer route.  This will take you directly to Tumana via Marcos Highway and Gil Fernando Avenue.
  • From Pasay or Makati (by train), just take the MRT train to Araneta Cubao Station. For those who are coming from Alabang, you may take a bus to Magallanes in Makati, then take the MRT train to Araneta Cubao. Along Aurora, Cubao, you may ride the jeeps with the Parang Lamuan signage. This will take you directly to Tumana via A. Bonifacio Avenue in Barangka.  You may also ride the Montalban jeep, though a longer route.  This will take you directly to Tumana via Marcos Highway and Gil Fernando Avenue.

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