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From Starbucks Coffee 73 min
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  • The closest stations to Pasay Road are:
    • Epifanio De Los Santos Av, Makati City, Manila is 840 meters away, 11 min walk

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Pasay Road, Makati City
Pasay Road, Makati City Arnaiz Avenue, also known by its former names Libertad Street and Pasay Road, is a major east-west collector road that links Makati and Pasay in the Philippines. It stretches across western Metro Manila from Roxas Boulevard in the Santa Clara district of Pasay to Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) in San Lorenzo Village in Makati. South Luzon Expressway (Osmeña Highway) splits Arnaiz Avenue into two sections. The western section found in Pasay is a congested and highly pedestrianized road that used to be known as Calle Libertad. This section passes through some of the most important Pasay landmarks such as the Cuneta Astrodome, Cartimar shopping district and Santa Clara de Montefalco Church. Also located within the vicinity are the Department of Foreign Affairs building, old Pasay City Hall, Pasay City Sports Complex and Pasay Cemetery. East of Osmeña Highway, the avenue enters the Makati Central Business District where it merges with traffic from a Manila Skyway ramp near the Amorsolo Street junction. It continues across Legaspi and San Lorenzo villages of the Makati CBD which contains several office towers and condominiums such as Cityland Pasong Tamo Tower and Avida Towers, a number of Japanese restaurants, a Waltermart mall, the old Plaza Fair, Don Bosco and the Ayala Center. This section of the road in Makati used to be known as Pasay Road. Its eastern terminus is at its junction with EDSA near Dusit hotel. The avenue was named after the Filipino aviation pioneer, Antonio Somoza Arnaiz. The western section is served by the LRT-1 Libertad Station along Taft Avenue, while the eastern section is served by the Pasay Road railway station along Osmeña Highway, and the Ayala MRT Station along EDSA. A small portion (1.6 km) of a continuation of the road in Dasmariñas Village, Makati is also called Arnaiz Avenue from EDSA to Tamarind Road.
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