how to go to PRC or Professional Regulation Commission, Morayta?

Going to Morayta from my place is a bit hell; exciting for the rather adventurous type. In the past, I go to Morayta by taking the Quezon Ave. route which is waaaaaaaay to long. I am from Kapitolyo, Pasig.
Take the tricycle going to Robinson Pioneer
Ride the MRT going to Quezon Ave. Station
Cross the highway
Take the FX, going to Quiapo
Sleep your way through the traffic, wake yourself up once you get to UST.
If I remember correctly, Morayta is two overpass away from UST.
Step-off Morayta
Take the overpass, and walk towards PRC.
But with all the new overpasses created and tricycle rerouted, more walks are actually added to this already long route.  Before leaving for Iloilo, Dudi was nice enough to help me device a new Morayta route.  Thus, the 
NEW ROUTE:
Take an FX going to Quiapo P25.00
Go down at the LRT Pureza Station.
Take the train going to Recto (that’s just two stations away from Pureza) P12.00
Go down the station and listen to the barker’s chants.  If you’re hearing Divisoria riders being hailed, chances are you’re on the wrong side.
Cross the street where Nice Hotel is.  Take the Morayta jeepney. P8.00
You can go down right in front of PRC.

Going home was quite easy.  The important thing to remember is finding the LRT tracks over head.  Once you see the LRT, you’ll be able to find FX going back to Megamall or Pasig.  The fare going to Megamall is P35.00.

For other alternate routes, try this blog entry http://directionsonweb.blogspot.com/2011/03/how-to-get-to-prc-or-professional.html Quite helpful for GI’s like me :) 

Happy Tripping!

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3 thoughts on “how to go to PRC or Professional Regulation Commission, Morayta?

  1. open po ba ang prc morayta tomorrow? december 23? need ko po ksi mkuha lisenxa ko bukas lng ang free ko…. please reply….

  2. Sorry, but I am not in any way affiliated with PRC. the best thing to do is contact them, Google can give you their number in a few clicks…c’mmon give it a try :D

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