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La Mesa Ecopark




Who would have thought that beneath the hustle and bustle of a very busy city in Metro Manila lies an ecological park where one can commune with nature, take a dip into the cold water of a pool surrounded by huge trees, get together with family and friends, experience boating ala Burnham park in Baguio City, bike their way to good health, or simply while away time? Believe it or not, there is such place right in the heart of Fairview in Quezon City and it is called the La Mesa Ecopark.

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The La Mesa Ecopark is located in East Fairview Subdivision, in Quezon City. It is in the heart of the La Mesa Dam Watershed which is the source of the Metro Manila water supply. The park which used to be a neglected area was recently developed to become a haven where Quezon City folks could escape from the euphoria of urban living. The entrace fee to the La Mesa Ecopark is very affordable P40/adult. Quezon City residents who can present valid ID are even treated to a discounted rate of P20/adult.

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Once inside the La Mesa Dam Eco park, the first thing that would greet you is the abundance of huge trees that line up a small asphalted road leading to the main park. Inside the main park, there are practically everything that you could wish for in a nature park. The picnic area is a spacious area covered by the canopies of tress providing a much needed shade under the sun.

Another attraction of the La Mesa Eco Park, is a fishing lagoon where one can enjoy the experience of actual fishing. There are fishing rods available for rent and when you are lucky to catch a fish, you can pay for your catch for a fee of P80/kilo. Perfect for lunch!

Aside from this fishing lagoon, there is also an ochidarium where various plant species can be found. Adjacent to this orchidarium is an amphiteater of sorts, where concerts and other events can be held.

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The La Mesa Ecopark also rents out function halls or pavillions where parties and other celebrations can be held.

There is also a biking area where families can enjoy biking together within the ecopark. Biking rates are pegged P50/hour (Kiddie Bike), P60/hour (BMX)
P70/hour (Sidecar).

Now, comes the 50 year old swimming pool, where one can enjoy the warm water amidts the cool weather provided by the trees. Entrance to the pool is P60/adult and P30 for kids 4.5 below. A bit of advice though, if you are going there on a weekend, make sure to come early since the pool is not that big enough to accomadate a huge volume of swimmers. As early as 9 am on a Sunday, the La Mesa Ecopark administrators had to stop accomodating swimmers since there were already more than a hundred of people inside.

Overall, the La Mesa Dam Ecopark is a very good place to unwind and relax on a Sunday afternoon. A cheaper alternative to posh urban resorts sprawling all over Metro Manila and the nearby suburbs.

For more information, visit http://www.abs-cbnfoundation.com/kalikasan/ecopark.htm.

To get there, here is the location map.

More pictures here.




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  • dolores mendoza

    meron po ba nyt swimming, magkanu po bayad? thank you po….

  • This sounds like a great place to visit with the family! Thanks for the suggestion– would love to check it out if I travel to the Philippines!

  • Pano papunta d2 sa la mesa eco park? Mangagaling ako sa SM north or Trinoma.

  • Bri

    Crowded po ba yung pool pag weekends? Especially this summer. Thank you!

  • anna

    I wanna thank and salute as well the police and security officials of the la mesa ecopark for their truthful service as i found myself being returned of my valuable things i lost during my visit there.

  • Jek

    TO ALL:

    Matuto po sana tayong magbasa. Lahat po ng information na kailangan nyo I think posted na lahat po dito.

    All you have to do is to press CTRL + F, type nyo po word
    na hanap nyo dun sa find: space, located on the left side, below your browser.

    Press Enter. Highlight all.

    cheers!

  • open po ba ito kapag holy week 2011?

  • evelyn masilungan

    ano pong number sa lamesa eco park.. nagpunta na kami pero nakalimutan kong itanong. gusto ko sanang don magcelebrate ng binyag ng anak ko…

  • melanie malicdem

    meron po ba kayong Official receipt?plan po diyan kasi namin na diyan magheld ng family fun day. Budget came from the company po kasi

  • don mendez

    meron po bang fishing sa lamesa dam

  • Jeff08

    .pnu po smky ppntang ecopark if tga marikina aq?preply nmn pls tska ung boat ride png ilng person?pti ung trcycle n ppnta dun mgkno po b cncngil?pls ineed response nxt wik n kc birthday q…pls……….reply

  • Kaith

    is it open on Nov.1 or Nov.2?
    how about other legal & special holidays?

  • shit! ang mahal ng bayad!

  • pwd mag tanong kung anong panimula ng la mesa eco park kasi assignment ko poh!!! pwd pa tulong??? 🙁

  • GEORGE DANGANAN

    PINOY TRAVEL BLOG ANG GALING NYO MARAMING SALAMAT PO SA INFO:)

  • GEORGE DANGANAN

    PUPUNTA KAME SA SEPT 18 TOGETHER WITH MY FAMILY:)

  • Try this if you’ll be coming from Espana or Quiapo. How to get to Ecopark

  • jolly :))

    If you are from manila.. along taft ave. ride a bus or fx going to sm fairview.. almost 1 1/2 hrs. of travel from manila. Sabihin niu lng po sa driver o konduktor na ibaba kau sa north fairview particularly dun sa tricycle terminal papuntang eco park…. hope this one helps :)))

  • april

    ask ko lang po if cino po incharge sa lamesa eco park details or information …ggwa po kase kami ng feasibility study and kayo po npili nman…pls.reply asap.

  • Rodeliza

    pwede bang paturo panu papunta pag galing ng pasay? galing edsa.

    punta kc jan ds sunday August 8.
    pls paki-PM nmn po.

    tnx!

  • yo

    LA MESA ECOPARK GENERAL OPERATING HOURS: 8am to 5pm daily
    Open daily including holidays.
    Closed on the 25th December and the 31st December.
    Park may be closed without prior notice due to
    severe inclement weather.

    Park Admission Rates
    Persons above 3ft P50
    3ft & below Free
    QC Residents (w/ valid proof of residence) P40
    QC Students (w/ valid ID) P20
    QC Senior Citizens (w/ valid ID) FREE
    Non-QC Senior Citizens P40

    HORSEBACK RIDING P50/100/150/ride
    BIKE RENTAL P50 – P90/hr
    WALL CLIMB P50/person
    RAPELLING P50/person
    ZIPLINE/ SLIDE FOR LIFE P100/person
    PAINTBALL RENTAL P350/person (gear + 50 bullets)
    P500/person (gear + 100 bullets)

    SWIMMING POOL Persons above 3ft P80
    (operating hours 8am-4pm Daily) 3ft & below P40
    -Proper swimming attire is strictly enforced.
    (No cotton made fabrics. No buttons & zippers.)
    -Pool admission rates apply to all who enter pool compound
    whether they will swim or not.

    PARK RULES & REGULATIONS
    1) Strictly no littering. P500 fine is implemented.
    2) Videoke & loud music is strictly prohibited.
    3) Liquor, alcoholic beverages & illegal drugs are
    strictly prohibited.
    4) Only emergency & authorized motorized
    vehicles are allowed beyond the main entrance.
    5) Swimming pool is for recreation purpose only.
    Water baptismal activities are not allowed.
    6) Bonfire is prohibited.

    See you all at the park soon…

  • yo

    LA MESA ECOPARK GENERAL OPERATING HOURS: 8am to 5pm daily
    Open daily including holidays.
    Closed on the 25th December and the 31st December.
    Park may be closed without prior notice due to
    severe inclement weather.

    Park Admission Rates
    Persons above 3ft P50
    3ft & below Free
    QC Residents (w/ valid proof of residence) P40
    QC Students (w/ valid ID) P20
    QC Senior Citizens (w/ valid ID) FREE
    Non-QC Senior Citizens P40

    HORSEBACK RIDING P50/100/150/ride
    BIKE RENTAL P50 – P90/hr
    WALL CLIMB P50/person
    RAPELLING P50/person
    ZIPLINE/ SLIDE FOR LIFE P100/person
    PAINTBALL RENTAL P350/person (gear + 50 bullets)
    P500/person (gear + 100 bullets)

    SWIMMING POOL above 3ft P80
    (operating hours 8am-4pm Daily) 3ft & below P40
    -Proper swimming attire is strictly enforced.
    (No cotton made fabrics. No buttons & zippers.)
    -Pool admission rates apply to all who enter pool compound
    whether they will swim or not.

    PARK RULES & REGULATIONS
    1) Strictly no littering. P500 fine is implemented.
    2) Videoke & loud music is strictly prohibited.
    3) Liquor, alcoholic beverages & illegal drugs are
    strictly prohibited.
    4) Only emergency & authorized motorized
    vehicles are allowed beyond the main entrance.
    5) Swimming pool is for recreation purpose only.
    Water baptismal activities are not allowed.
    6) Bonfire is prohibited.

    See you all at the park soon…

  • yo

    GENERAL OPERATING HOURS: 8am to 5pm daily
    Open daily including holidays.
    Closed on the 25th December and the 31st December.
    Park may be closed without prior notice due to
    severe inclement weather.

    Park Admission Rates
    Persons above 3ft P50
    Persons 3ft & below Free
    QC Residents (w/ valid proof of residence) P40
    QC Students (w/ valid ID) P20
    QC Senior Citizens (w/ valid ID) FREE
    Non-QC Senior Citizens P40

    SWIMMING POOL Persons above 3ft P80
    Persons 3ft & below P40
    (operating hours 8am-4pm Daily)
    -Proper swimming attire is strictly enforced.
    (No cotton made fabrics. No buttons & zippers.)
    -Pool admission rates apply to all who enter pool compound
    whether they will swim or not.

    HORSEBACK RIDING P50/100/150/ride
    BIKE RENTAL P50 – P90/hr
    WALL CLIMB P50/person
    RAPELLING P50/person
    ZIPLINE/ SLIDE FOR LIFE P100/person
    PAINTBALL RENTAL P350/person (gear + 50 bullets)
    P500/person (gear + 100 bullets)

    RENTALS & SERVICES(No reservations. First come first served.)
    CABANNA RENTAL P500/day
    TABLES & CHAIRS RENTAL P120/set (1 table & 4 chairs)
    TOUR GUIDE P500/ tour (max. 50 persons)

  • Maria Athena A. Andig

    hi!!! can you please email me what are the activities in la mesa eco park and how much…

    also. is there a camp site for over night stay? how much also..

    and can we bring our own tent or is there an available tent which we can rent?

    can we also bring baon? is there a hostel with in the park were we can stay over night, just in case camping is not allowed. how much also?

    thanks much and hope to hear from you asap…

  • nikki: Ito ang directions papuntang La Mesa Eco Park: http://www.metromaniladirections.com/2010/05/how-to-get-to-la-mesa-eco-park.html

  • I had my own experience with eco park and for me it is remarkable. I would like to share this tour with you people matts vacation to bohol. Hope you read this people.

  • nikki

    paano makakapunta sa eco park

  • If your planning to ride a taxi assuming you’ll be coming from SM San Lazaro it would cost you 200 pesos to get to eco park. mattscradle
    Health Talk Fruits for Skin

  • If manggaling kayo ng quiapo pwede kayo sakay ng FX 35 per head yun sabihin nyo sa driver eco park then ibaba na kayo dun then sakay kayo ng tricycle dun na yun sabihin nyo ecopark. mattscradle

  • mngga2ling kmi ng rp gulod novaliches qc.pano b pumunta dyn.

  • mayeng

    pwede po mag tanng pano pumunta sa ecoperk kung mangagaling po kame sa quipo ano pu ba yung sasakyan namin plz reply thank you po

  • mayeng

    pwede po mag tanng pano pumunta sa ecoperk kung mangagaling po kame sa quipo ano pu ba yung sasakyan namin

  • morningview

    La Mesa Eco Park is ok. You would enjoy it unless you have to deal directly with their staff (particularly the “first aid lady” and the “guys at the zip line”). The lady was not helping my friend feel relaxed at all when she had to give her first aid treatment for her foot which was injured when she fell off one of the horses in the park. Instead of making her feel that it was just a simple bruise & she need not worry, she scared her more by telling her “to make a deep breath” so she can “PULL THE SKIN off her toe”. In the end, she just had to cut it, which was a lot better than pulling off the skin. On the other hand, two of the zip line crew (which are all male) were just plain “bastos” (disrespectful). They didn’t know how to treat their customers right and acted as if they didn’t care at all whether you enjoy the activity or not, as long as they enjoy themselves embarrassing you in front of other people. They won’t stop saying things that sometimes didn’t even matter to the topic on hand. My bf tried to tell the first guy what he did wrong but he became defensive and he told my bf that it was just a joke (same thing I was told). They, or rather HE (coz the other one just disappeared from my sight) only apologized after my bf told him that we have a video of what really happened. IF I WERE THEIR BOSS, I’LL EITHER GET THEM RE-TRAINED OR JUST FIRE THEM IMMEDIATELY. NOT GOOD FRONT LINERS FOR A BUSINESS.

  • can i ask kung pde dun mg-ovenight stay as in like camping and wat other activities available there? SAKA PWEDE BA MAGDALA NG SARILING BIKE at mga baon? MAGKANO ANG 12 HOURS STAY?pls answer my question!!! salamat!!!!

  • can i sak kung pde dun mg-ovenight stay as in like camping and wat other activities available there?

  • legie

    ang higpit naman sa eko park

  • vhadz

    whoa…i know an easy explanation for the route….
    everyone who likes to go to La Mesa Ecopark from;
    MAKATI route;
    commuters take a ride on any bus with a signage of SM Fairview and then take off at City Oil Gas Station that is the landmark along Pearl St. terminal of tricycles going to the park awaits you. As much as possible do not take the WINSTON ST. (esp. those you have cars)its a private subdivision xpect for a fee.
    hope that i help you guys….its fun to have leisure in Ecopark while helping to save LA MESA Watershed

  • Neji

    Commuting Routes:
    From Caloocan:
    Route 1: Bus-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Ride a bus to Baclaran via EDSA, New MIA via EDSA, Alabang via EDSA, FTI via EDSA, or Ayala via EDSA.
    Get off either at SM City North EDSA or at MRT Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 2: LRT1-LRT2-MRT-Bus/FX/Jeep-Tricycle
    Take the LRT1 to D. Jose station.
    Walk through the connecting footbridge to LRT2 Recto station.
    Take the LRT2 to Araneta-Cubao station.
    Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza to MRT Cubao station.
    Take the MRT to either North Ave. terminal station or Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 3: LRT1-LRT2-Jeep-Tricycle
    Take the LRT1 to D. Jose station.
    Walk through the connecting footbridge to LRT2 Recto station.
    Take the LRT2 to Araneta-Cubao station.
    Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza to MRT Cubao station.
    Exit the station.
    Ride a bus or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From Las Pinas/Muntinlupa:
    Route 1: Bus-Tricycle
    Ride a bus to Fairview or Lagro via Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 2: Bus-Bus/FX/Jeep-Tricycle
    Ride a bus to Marilao via EDSA, Malanday via EDSA, Navotas via EDSA, Monumento via EDSA, Novaliches, Sapang Palay via EDSA, Tenejeros, or Balara via Quiapo.
    Get off either at SM City North EDSA or at MRT Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 3: Bus-LRT1-FX-Tricycle
    Ride a bus to Pasay/Taft LRT.
    Get off at LRT1 EDSA station.
    Take the LRT1 to Central terminal station.
    Ride an FX to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 4: Bus-LRT1-Jeep-Jeep/FX/Bus-Tricycle
    Ride a bus to Pasay/Taft LRT.
    Get off at LRT1 EDSA station.
    Take the LRT1 to Central terminal station.
    Ride a jeep to Espana.
    Ride a jeep, FX, or bus to SM Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From Makati/Mandaluyong/Pasig:
    Route 1: Bus-Tricycle
    Ride a bus to Fairview, Lagro via Fairview, or Bagong Silang via Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 2: MRT-Bus/FX/Jeep-Tricycle
    Take the MRT to North Ave. terminal station, Quezon Ave. station, or Cubao station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From Malabon:
    Ride a bus to Baclaran via EDSA or Ayala via EDSA.
    Get off either at SM City North EDSA or at MRT Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From Manila:
    Route 1: Jeep/FX/Bus-Tricycle
    From Espana, Quiapo, or Taft Ave., ride a jeep, FX, or bus to SM Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 2: LRT1-MRT-Bus/FX/Jeep-Tricycle
    Take the LRT1 to EDSA station.
    Walk through the connecting footbridge to MRT to Taft terminal station.
    Take the MRT to North Ave. terminal station, Quezon Ave. station, or Cubao station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 3: LRT1-LRT2-MRT-Bus/FX/Jeep
    Take the LRT1 to D. Jose station.
    Walk through the connecting footbridge to LRT2 Recto terminal station.
    Take the LRT2 to Araneta-Cubao station.
    Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza to MRT Cubao station.
    Take the MRT to either North Ave. terminal station or Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 4: LRT1-LRT2-MRT-Bus/Jeep-Tricycle
    Take the LRT1 to D. Jose station.
    Walk through the connecting footbridge to LRT2 Recto station.
    Take the LRT2 to Araneta-Cubao station.
    Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza to MRT Cubao station.
    Exit the station.
    Ride a bus or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 5: LRT1-Jeep-Jeep/Bus/FX-Tricycle
    Take the LRT1 to Central terminal station.
    Ride a jeep to either Espana or PhilCOA.
    Ride a jeep, FX, or bus to SM Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 6: Jeep-Bus/FX/Jeep-Tricycle
    From Quiapo, ride a jeep to PhilCOA.
    Get off at PhilCOA (by the entrance to the University of the Philippines).
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From Navotas:
    Ride a bus to Alabang via EDSA or FTI via EDSA.
    Get off either at SM City North EDSA or at MRT Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From Paranaque/Pasay:
    Route 1: Bus-Tricycle
    From Baclaran, ride a bus to Fairview or Bagong Silang via Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 2: Bus-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    From Baclaran, ride a bus to Lagro via EDSA, Malabon via EDSA, Monumento via EDSA, Novaliches via EDSA, San Mateo via EDSA, Sta. Maria via EDSA, Malanday via EDSA, or Montalban via EDSA.
    Get off either at SM City North EDSA or at MRT Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 3: LRT1-MRT-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Take the LRT1 to EDSA station.
    Walk through the connecting footbridge to MRT to Taft terminal station.
    Take the MRT to North Ave. terminal station, Quezon Ave. station, or Cubao station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 4: LRT1-LRT2-MRT-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Take the LRT1 to D. Jose station.
    Walk through the connecting footbridge to LRT2 Recto terminal station.
    Take the LRT2 to Araneta-Cubao station.
    Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza to MRT Cubao station.
    Take the MRT to either North Ave. terminal station or Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 5: LRT1-LRT2-Bus/Jeep-Tricycle
    Take the LRT1 to D. Jose station.
    Walk through the connecting footbridge to LRT2 Recto station.
    Take the LRT2 to Araneta-Cubao station.
    Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza to MRT Cubao station.
    Exit the station.
    Ride a bus or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 6: LRT1-Jeep-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Take the LRT1 to Central terminal station.
    Ride a jeep to either Espana or PhilCOA.
    Ride a jeep, FX, or bus to SM Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From Pateros:
    Route 1: Jeep-MRT-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Ride a jeep to Guadalupe.
    Get off at MRT Guadalupe station.
    Take the MRT to North Ave. terminal station, Quezon Ave. station, or Cubao station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 2: Jeep-MRT-Bus-Tricycle
    Ride a jeep to Guadalupe.
    Get off at MRT Guadalupe station.
    Walk a few meters to EDSA.
    Ride a bus to Fairview, Lagro via Fairview, or Bagong Silang via Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 3: Jeep-MRT-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Ride a jeep to Ayala.
    Get off at the jeepney terminal in Park Square One.
    Walk through Shoemart and SM Annex to MRT Ayala station.
    Take the MRT to North Ave. terminal station, Quezon Ave. station, or Cubao station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 4: Jeep-Bus-Tricycle
    Ride a jeep to Ayala.
    Get off at the jeepney terminal in Park Square One.
    Walk through Shoemart and SM Annex to MRT Ayala station.
    Exit the station.
    Cross EDSA.
    Ride a bus to Fairview, Lagro via Fairview, or Bagong Silang via Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From Quezon City:
    Route 1: Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 2: MRT-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Take the MRT to North Ave. terminal station, Quezon Ave. station, or Cubao station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 3: LRT2-MRT-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Take the LRT2 to Araneta-Cubao station.
    Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza to MRT Cubao station.
    Take the MRT to either North Ave. terminal station or Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 4: LRT2-Bus/Jeep-Tricycle
    Take the LRT2 to Araneta-Cubao station.
    Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza to MRT Cubao station.
    Exit the station.
    Ride a bus or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 5: Jeep-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Ride a jeep to PhilCOA.
    Get off at PhilCOA (by the entrance to the University of the Philippines).
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From San Juan:
    Route 1: LRT2-MRT-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    Take the LRT2 to Araneta-Cubao station.
    Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza to MRT Cubao station.
    Take the MRT to either North Ave. terminal station or Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 2: LRT2-Bus/Jeep-Tricycle
    Take the LRT2 to Araneta-Cubao station.
    Walk through Gateway Mall and Farmers Plaza to MRT Cubao station.
    Exit the station.
    Ride a bus or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From San Meteo, Rizal:
    From San Mateo Rizal, ride a jeep bound for PhilCoA.
    Get off at PhilCOA (by the entrance to the University of the Philippines).
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

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    From Taguig:
    Route 1: Bus-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    From FTI, ride a bus to Navotas via EDSA or Monumento via EDSA.
    Get off either at SM City North EDSA or at MRT Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 2: Jeep-MRT-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    From FTI, ride a jeep to Walter Mart / Pasay Rd.
    Get off at EDSA.
    Walk a few meters to MRT Magallanes station.
    Take the MRT to North Ave. terminal station, Quezon Ave. station, or Cubao station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 3: Jeep-Bus-Tricycle
    From FTI, ride a jeep to Walter Mart / Pasay Rd.
    Get off at EDSA.
    Ride a bus to Fairview or Lagro via Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 4: Jeep-Bus-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    From FTI, ride a jeep to Walter Mart / Pasay Rd.
    Get off at EDSA.
    Ride a bus to Lagro via EDSA, Malabon via EDSA, Monumento via EDSA, Novaliches, Grotto via EDSA, Malanday via EDSA, Marilao via EDSA, Norzagaray via EDSA, San Mateo via EDSA, Sta. Maria via EDSA, Navotas via EDSA, Sapang Palay via EDSA, or Tenejeros.
    Get off either at SM City North EDSA or at MRT Quezon Ave. station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 5: Jeep-MRT-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    From FTI, ride a jeep to Guadalupe.
    Get off at MRT Guadalupe station.
    Take the MRT to North Ave. terminal station, Quezon Ave. station, or Cubao station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 6: Jeep-Bus-Tricycle
    From FTI, AFP Housing, or Fort Bonifacio, ride a jeep to Guadalupe.
    Get off at MRT Guadalupe station.
    Walk a few meters to EDSA.
    Ride a bus to Fairview, Lagro via Fairview, or Bagong Silang via Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 7: Bus-MRT-Bus/Jeep/FX-Tricycle
    From Fort Bonifacio, ride the Fort bus to Ayala.
    Take the MRT to North Ave. terminal station, Quezon Ave. station, or Cubao station.
    Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.
    Route 8: Bus-Bus-Tricycle
    From Fort Bonifacio, ride the Fort bus to Ayala.
    Ride a bus to Fairview, Lagro via Fairview, or Bagong Silang via Fairview.
    Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

  • P.Ruzaine

    pano naman po pumunta sa la mesa ecopark kung galing ka ng sm fairview.thank you

  • liz

    is there a room where visitors can spent for a night or more?

  • j_zone

    wawa naman..

    huhuhuhu..

  • Jeramie

    corerction, September 26 pala yung Ondoy..tapos sinundan na nina Pepeng, Ramil at Santi…

  • Jeramie

    hmm… napinsala ba yung place ng grabe ni Ondoy?? no other posts na kasi after oct 13… oct 26 si Ondoy sumalanta…just curious…

  • Donie Pejo

    gud pm!
    ask ko lang po about
    the history of Lamesa Ecopark.
    The info would be very helpful
    for my ecotourism study.

    Thanks and God Bless!

  • hi khym, from PUP, you can ride a trike or jeepney to LRT2 Pureza station, and then follow either of the 2 commuting routes from San Juan to La Mesa Ecopark found here: http://www.ph-commute.com/2009/08/commuting-to-la-mesa-ecopark.html. hope this helps!

    hi josh, galing SM Fairview, pwede po silang sumakay ng bus, dyip, o FX papuntang south (hal. PhilCOA, EDSA, Quezon Ave., Taft Ave., Ayala, Sucat, Baclaran, Alabang), at magpababa sa East Fairview Subd. galing doon, pwede na po silang sumakay ng trike papuntang La Mesa Ecopark. hope this helps!

    * For more commuting instructions from other places to La Mesa Ecopark, visit http://www.ph-commute.com/2009/08/commuting-to-la-mesa-ecopark.html.

    * For commuting instructions to other attractions and places in the Philippines, visit http://www.ph-commute.com.

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  • Josh

    ummm … pano po pumunta jan galing SM Fairview? need help po..tnx ,.

  • khym :]

    hi ..
    we wiLL be having a documentation
    for our ecoLogy ..
    panu ba pmunta jan ?
    we’re from PUP sta.mesa, maniLa ..
    ganda pLah jan ..
    xna mag.enjoi kme .. :]

  • Hi joey muya,

    To get to La Mesa Ecopark from San Mateo Rizal…

    1. From San Mateo Rizal, ride a jeep bound for PhilCoA.
    2. Get off at PhilCOA (by the entrance to the University of the Philippines).
    3. Ride a bus, FX, or jeepney to Fairview.
    4. Get off at East Fairview Subd. at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue cor. Winston. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank.
    5. You’ll see a tricycle terminal around 30 meters away. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark.

    Hope this helps!

    * For more commuting instructions from other places to La Mesa Ecopark, visit http://www.ph-commute.com/2009/08/commuting-to-la-mesa-ecopark.html.

    * For commuting instructions to other attractions and places in the Philippines, visit http://www.ph-commute.com.

  • hi…from san mateo rizal po ako,uhm i want to visit ecopark w/ my frends and also my family.Panu po pmnta jan and anu anu po ung mga dapat nming sakyan mula po d2 samin sa san mateo…

  • taga-labas

    Try to download the map and route of Eco-Park below.

    http://www.lamesaecopark.com/contact.php

  • sir/ma’am: uhmm…. project puh kc nmin ung map ng sm fairview papunta ng ecopark…. merun puh b nun?? s monday n kc nmin kylangan ee.. wula nmn kming mbili s national…!?? nkuh……..??????????!!!!!!!!!!

  • rhugge

    hi… wula puh b keong exact map..!??! from sm fairview to lamesa ecopark..???!!!!

  • Suzette

    pwede po bang mag tree planting sa ecopark???!!!
    may fee po b??!!

  • pano po punta dun pag galing ng sm fairview…
    wat po sa2kyan and san bababa..tnx and godless

  • yhet

    hi, just wanna ask if theres a function rooms for bdays?

  • jerson

    pls sketch po yung map sa eco park from tondo, manila to lamesa ecopark and magkano entrance ng adult and kids

  • Are their like tents you can borrow or camping utensil?

  • jocel

    paano po papunta sa eco park?

    I need map para makapunta
    with my frieds!!!

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  • heyy guyzz…im jay, a bisexual, a nature lover..im planning to propose with my ex boy friend at la mesa eco park maybe next week…but i do not know how to get there…kasi,magcocomute lang kami…anybody want to share how to go to la mesa?just text me..plsss…09225201884!!thank u so much..gustong gusto niya kasing pumunta dun and ngdecide ako na piliin ang eco park for our romantic date…

  • kiwi

    we are planning to go to la mesa ecopark nxt week,i’m from paranaque,paano ba makarating dun?we use to commute lang.

  • nina

    good pm, ano po ang rate ng tricycle fare from the east fairview village to the ecopark? thanks

  • fatedr0ze

    mmmmmmmmm…. sana po maging maganda ang araw ko sa 18 and 19 as we visit eco park, na ndi ko pa alam kung saan, eh maging memorable ang day na yun kc first date namin to eh ^^,…

  • fatedr0ze

    haha maganda kaya dito ?

  • ninya

    ano po bang sasakyan papuntang eco park..at ska anu ssbihin sa drayber…just to make sure na d kmi mli2gaw or lalagpas..ty..asap po sagot..

  • lalaine

    allowed ba to bring along our small breed pet dog,like pomeranian ang japanese spitz? with complete pampers naman and our own plastic garbage..?pls. reply..thanks..

  • Colin den Ronden

    Directions; According to Map 24 Accu-map if you travel up Commonwealth Ave (Don Mariano Marcos Ave)you turn right at Pearl St, then next turn right into Winston St, then left into Dunhill St (all streets in this area named after cigarette brands) and go to the end.

  • please advise me on how to go to ecopark because we want to experience the beauty and cleanliness of that place…

  • please draw the sketch on how to go here at eco park
    by car and by taxi or by bus!!!!!!!!!!

  • aya

    hehe auz d2 masaya hehehe bsta feel neo lng ung lugar at wag maxadong maarte hahaha….. punta ul8 kami d2 sa april 1 after kumuha ng aming mga class cards..

  • candy

    does LaMesa allow organized overnight camping? (about 2 nights 3 days for at least 50-70 people)

  • wwwer

    eco park is an owesome place!!!!

  • darb

    darb toring

  • eventzone

    thanks for all your helpful info. we have friends going with kids while be bike at the nature reserve, which opens early at 6am, but i understand the eco park isnt open till 8am. question, can the wives and kids enter park and wait till the pool opens?

  • mel

    how much is zipline

  • Margaux

    Hi,

    Please mag back read naman kayo ng posts. Some of your questions were already answered in previous posts. Besides, would it hurt if you do some googling? Here’s their official website. Please check it out.

    http://www.lamesaecopark.com/

    Some people here sobrang maka-demand ng info, di man lang i-try mag search sa google. Gosh.

    Just my two cents.

  • jJaMpOnG

    :; PunTA kYO SM FAIRVIEW!! TaPOS Madaming TAxi Dun, Sabihin NYOn sa MaNONg drivER “eCO-paRK Lng PO!!” MdaMi siNGnagE Dun pra MatuntUn YuNG EcopArk!!

    -“WAg MaLigAw sa SariLng BanSA, nKaKaHiYA.. MAging MaPAg maSiD! maTAngLawin!!

  • Wow! ang daming comments. hehe! We just visited La Mesa Ecopark last saturday and god I’m so excited! I will definitely go back.

  • rose

    i opened the web how to get to lamesa eco park but the server is always not available…hindi ba pwde pkisagot na lang mga tanong namen individually how to get there by bus?..and send thru emails?.. we won’t be able to know that kung laging not available ang server…thank you very much….BE NICE TO UR CLIENTS..MAGANDA MARKET NG ECOPARK…WAG NIONG SUPLADAHAN ANG MGA NAGTATANONG!

  • kat

    for those asking for a map on how to get there, try this: http://www.lamesaecopark.com/pdf/route%20map.pdf

    and try reading the previous comments for people asking how to get there by public or private transpo. it’s already been answered almost 2 years ago by someone named Dexter Huinda.

    does anyone know how much does a tricycle ride from the gate of East Fairview Subd. to the park? (To prevent scams ^_^ ) Your answer will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

  • ronald buac

    taga malabon ako paano ang way papunta dyan sa eco park sa fairview.

  • pia

    how accessible is la mesa ecopark when im fr north, east west and south?

  • rowelyn

    hmmm… ask ku lang if magkano ung entrance fee sa pool? diba separate ung bayad??

  • gud am po..open poh vah keo tommorow Novemeber 1, 2008? reply po ASAP

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  • La Mesa Watershed is not the primary

    source of water for the 12 million

    residents of Metro Manila.

    Most of the water in La Mesa Reservoir

    comes fom Ipo and Angat Watersheds.

    La mesa is just a “reservoir” of water

    coming from Ipo and Angat Watersheds.

    Please see this map:

    http://upmencom.multiply.com/photos/al

    bum/68/Watershed_Maps#2

    La Mesa Watershed has 85% forest

    cover and is improving while Ipo has

    only 30% forest cover left!

    Twelve percent of Metro Manila’s water

    supply comes from Ipo Watershed while

    only 4% comes from La Mesa

    Watershed.

    La mesa Watershed has a total land

    area of about 2,700 hectares while Ipo

    Watershed has 6,600 hectares. Ipo

    Watershed has denuded areas

    comparable to the size of the entire La

    Mesa Watershed!

    We hope that IPO DAM WATERSHED

    can also be protected and rehabilitated

    just like the smaller La Mesa Watershed.

    Please visit

    http://upmencom.multiply.com/journal/ite

    m/13 for more infomation about Ipo

    Watershed.

    videos of Ipo Watershed here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPAs

    -dbD6-0
    and
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?

    v=qgi4iQu5JZ0

  • KEOZ

    la mesa eco park homepage link, download nio n lng ung vicinity map at ung route map, nndun n lhat…la mesa ecopark…da best!!
    http://www.lamesaecopark.com/contact.php

  • Glen

    ASK KO LNG PO IF PNO COMMUTE GLING PO AKO NG ESPANA ,MANILA.MTGL KO N LIKE PUNTA KSO LNG DKO TLGA LM HOW TO GET THERE.TNX PO.

  • Yes po. Meron pong mga tindahan doon. Last June8, 2008 lang nanggaling kami doon. First timer din kami. Ang ganda at ang tataas ng mga puno. Kaya lang may entrance fee pa rin na P30.00 dun sa butterfly Hatchery. Masarap mag-Picnic doon. Sarap magpahinga at matulog kasi nature na nature ang dating. Pwede rin kayong mag-Swimming, Biking, Boating, Fishing, Paintball, mag-walk ng dog, at mag-ihaw.. You can also bring tent.

    Check this link (2 Photo Albums) http://www.friendster.com/viewalbums.php?uid=15959998

  • jastene

    just want to ask if there are food stalls there where we can buy some snacks and drinks. kahit tindahan lang ng inumin. hehehe. seems that it is open during weekends so that’s not a problem anymore.

  • guia

    hi

  • Dude

    eto isang magandang site para sa La Mesa Dam Eco Park, they have a landline number, fees, and good DIRECTIONS.
    http://justwandering.org/index.php/tag/la-mesa-dam/

  • Redz

    haven’t been there but i heard a lot of stories regarding ecopark, nice stories! i really love nature tripping, think i found my next destination. hope my friends and I
    be able to visit the place, =)

  • magkano n kaya entrance fee ngayon?

  • anna marie

    i love lamesa ecopark!!!

  • noel

    This is the link sa may mga inquiries pa sa eco park http://guides.clickthecity.com/metro/?p=1018

  • noel

    for more pics and info on lamesa eco park pls visit ClickTheCity.com

  • noel

    overnight yata magpapaalam pa muna sa mga namamahala ng eco park… kasi yung entrance rate nila na P50.00 per person ay up to five or six p.m. lang… di yata puwede magdala ng sariling bike kasi nga me bike rentals sila sa loob ala- Burnham Park…landmark ko papunta eco park pag galing ako q.c. circle via commonwealth going to fairview,
    sa left side yung fairview wet market, sa bandang kanan turn right sa east fairview subd. winston st…. me mga guards naman na magtuturo direction sa loob ng subdivision,
    pag commute lang (lagro-fairview na bus ang sakyan from edsa) me mga tricycle na maghahatid hanggang sa front entrance ng eco park pag nasa winston st. ka na…

  • lito quiogue

    I want to see La mesa park but I don’t know how to get there. Which route do i take from makati in a car. In the print and TV ads on la mesa dam no directions are given on how to get there.

  • Hey ANSWER OUR QUESTION!!! PLS

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  • pwede b sat. to sun? yan lng kasi available time namin pls answer my question!!! salamat!!!!

  • can i ask kung pde dun mg-ovenight stay as in like camping and wat other activities available there? SAKA PWEDE BA MAGDALA NG SARILING BIKE at mga baon? MAGKANO ANG 12 HOURS STAY?pls answer my question!!! salamat!!!!

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  • james

    pano naman po papunta kung galing monumento

  • filipiniana bueno

    hi! im eager to see the place. matagal ko na pong gustong pumunta sa eco park kaso wala akong kasama. wala akong ibang kilala na ang advocacy ay tulungan ang nature. gusto ko po sana makiisa sa advocacy nyo. i want to join any organization na tutulong sa nature. please let me join.. thanks!

  • kay

    correct me if i’m wrong. ang alam ko, pagpunta dun (pag galing q. ave)sakay ka ng jeep, fx, bus na sm fairview or caltex yung signboard. madadaanan mo yung philcoa, tatahakin mo yung commonwealth, malalagpasan mo ng ONTI yung fairview market, on your right side, makikita mo yung east fairview subd. if comute lang, may mga tryk dun na direcho ecopark na. pag car, follow the arrows leading to the ecopark. easy! 😉

  • jhon

    ipagpatuloy nyo ung pagpapaganda ng eco park,maraming tao ang nabibigyan ng kasiyahan pagnapasyal sa inyong lugar,alagaan ang inang kalikasan…

  • grace

    open po ang park everyday monday to sunday from 8am to 5pm. thanks

  • edd

    open po ba kayo ngayon? thanks po…

  • jenny

    ask ko lang kong bukas po kau tomorrow or on saturday?please reply asap…..?

  • Joseph merluza

    ask ko lng po kung bukas po b kayo tomorrow??
    plss. reply!!

  • Lerma Dela Cruz

    wat is d exact address of La Mesa Eco Park?and how much d entrance?thanks

  • hermie

    hi just want to ask if pwedeng mag video dun? pls reply asap po thanks

  • Badet

    May bayad ba if ever dyan ko gagawin pre-nuptial wedding pictorial ko? pls. let me know, if ever meron, how much po.

  • nics

    punta kayo sa lamesaecopark.com may map don on how to get there and it works..
    Godbless..

  • Ano po ang landline number ng ecopark?

  • Hi!

    I would like to know how to get to la mesa eco park if Im coming from Las Pinas by car or commute. Thanks =)

  • maricel

    tanong ko lang po kung ano ppo ang temperature, humidity and amount ng rainfall dyan po sa park???

  • Ross

    i found this great website with pictures of the la mesa dam

    http://www.pbase.com/liquidstone/la_mesa_dam

  • Anderson

    i found this great website with amazing pictures of the La Mesa Dam http://www.pbase.com/liquidstone/la_mesa_dam\

  • oliver
  • is there a room for overnyt. pls reply. whatz the rate if were there for three days. thank yah

  • KCP420

    pag nasa loob na kayo ng subd. ask the guard na lang… hehehe for sure he’ll know it =)

  • KCP420

    the la mesa eco park is located sa fairview, quezon city.
    sa loob ng (East Fairview Subdivision)sorry guys di ko alam lahat ng way kung where ever you guys are coming from pero the fastest way going there ay sa commonwelth ave. in QC. diresto lang yun… medyo malayo-layo ng konti pag galing ka sa may QC circle. basta on the right side you’ll see a sign naman to the Eco Park. hope this will help a bit.

  • Adora G. M.

    gusto lang po namin malaman ang mga contact # ng opisina ng Lamesa Ecopark

  • Bob

    I would like to visit here, but I am having trouble finding a good hotel in the area. Can anyone suggest a place that is clean and comfortable? I don’t want to travel back and forth from Manila. Thanx

  • gud day…ahmm…ano po bang signboard ng jeep ung sasakyan namin kung mang gagaling kmi sa agora, navotas city..xka open din po ba kau ng saturday??how about the pool, open din po ba ng saturday??tanx po..reply po ah…tanx ulit..

  • Z Club of DPS

    Hi! We would like to volunteer to plant trees in La Mesa, ano po number nyo at kanino po kme pwedeng makipag coordinate?

    Thanks..

  • maria

    panu po ba pumunta dun from deparo caloocan or from sm fairview?

  • judith

    our school is planning to visit ecopark this month, would you pls help us the easy way to get there and may you give informations bout the entrances fee. your help will be highly appreciated. Antipolo City.

  • colay

    HOW TO GET THERE
    Take Commonwealth Avenue towards Fairview. You will be passing the following landmarks: UP Diliman, Iglesia ni Cristo Templo Central, Ever Gotesco, Sandiganbayan, Litex, Mercury Drugstore. Turn right at East Fairview Subdivision’s Winston St. then right at Marlboro St. all the way to Pall Mall St. where you should turn left. Turn right at the first corner. You will enter the La Mesa Dam Guard House. There is only one road to take then turn left to the parking lot, in front of which is the gate to the park. The lagoon is further down the path.

    For commuters, take a Fairview-bound FX, bus, or jeepney from Philcoa by the entrance to the University of the Philippines. Take note of the abovementioned landmarks and get off at the East Fairview Subdivision. At the gate, you should find plenty of tricycles that can take you to the Eco Park.

  • arthur

    ano pong exact route papunta la mesa eco park,from caloocan,pag mag commute po ano pong dapt sakyan???ty poh pls reply thursday poh possible pagpunta ko…….

  • jodi herrera
  • badetski

    maganda sa ecopark…we’ve been there many times…with my future family and may honey…. we love the place kasi tahimik at refreshing… may swimming pool great place para mag picnic.. basta we love the place!… try to get there!…

  • paulynn

    mukha ngang mgnda ahh well see yahh soon ecopark…ciao

  • ramxle

    Ask ko lang po if bukas po ang ECOPARK sa Monday Aug. 20?

  • ask ko lang po
    meron po ba kayong
    natanggap na mga comments from your visitors?
    dont worry this could be a confidential information

    thank you po!!!

  • lea

    a breath of fresh air in the city like the la mesa ecopark should be preserved … it is a true gift for the coming generations to cherish.

  • anne
  • anne

    bday po ng son ko dis coming aug.12 gusto sana nmin i celebrate sya sa ecopark ano po ba ang mga views na mkikita nmin dun at meron din po bang zoo dun as in mga animals para makagenjoy mga bata…pede din po ba mkapagswimming din dun?at most important pano po ang way papunta dun taga cabuyao laguna po kasi kmi at commute lang kami magbabus lang po…can u pls send also d complete address po na la masa ecopark…thanks asahan ko po ang reply nyo as soon as possible….

  • julian

    i hope the ecopark management can add more fishes on their pond. my & my kid were disatisfied — we were not able to catch 1 for 1hr. huh? kahit temporary lang sana para maexperience ng mga guests nyo ang biyaya ng kalikasan.

    the site is perfect and well taken cared. malaki ang potential ng forest pero marami pang pwedeng gawin para maging more attractive such as: walkway improvement, shed kung umulan, carabao grass, birds nest/breeding center etc…

    more power to ecopark management & sponsors

  • josh

    Keep la mesa clean and green!! Don’t let billions of people suffer over a thousand beneficiaries.

  • mrs. isidro
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  • CodeSlack

    WOw, I didn’t know there’s a park in La Mesa Dam(ned).

  • Lito

    Hi, im an organizer of the campus ecology of STI and we want to volunteer to plant trees in La mesa, kanino kami pwde makipag coordinate???

  • cristel

    can i have the contact number of la mesa eco park dam please? we just need it for the booking schedule, thanks!

  • clayton

    tanong lang po.. pwede ba magpareserve sa lamesa ecopark? ung sa may swimming pool? magkano po kaya un?

  • clayton

    can i get the number of la mesa ecopark? i need it badly…
    hope u can help me..

  • angela

    pano po ba makarating sa la mesa eco park? manggagaling po ako ng bicutan, ano po ba ang sasakyan ko para makarating ako dun. tnx!

  • Lai

    Way to Eco Park…

    It’s really hard to go to La mesa eco park specially if you dont have a service car.
    from the main road it will actually take you 20 minutes more if your driving a car.

  • Mikee Cerna

    Hi. Our school PTA planning to have a family day this coming July 20. Would like to us if you allow such activity. Basically getting to know each others family, games and ofcourse lunch or snack. Would also like to know discounts if there’s any. I hope someone can contact me soon because the group will meet again for plan this wednesday. Thanks so much and God bless!

  • Paynor

    just wanna ask…pwede po ba magvolunteer for works para sa la mesa eco park…just want to serve our nature…nature lover kasi ako eh…

  • pano po pumunta sa park kung galing k ng monumento tnx pls gustong gusto n nmin pumunta eh tyka pede b magovernight

  • lisha

    hi, i just wanna comment on the eco park…yup, maganda don you can unwind and everything. maganda un garden, but sana po iexpand pa xa lalo un sa “trekking” area, medjo bitin kc adventure ko e hehehe. adventurous kc ako e type ko un medjo malayo layong lalakarin at medjo liblib. but i like the eco park…msarap hangin at malaki ksa karaniwang par…but since mdmi pang space dun sana expand nila…

  • hi lemmuel, inquiry on posting comments? what comments in particular? I don’t have a landline number, all I have is a mobile number: 09204018333

  • lemmuel del valle

    hi!

    im from lamesa ecopark…i would like to know guys where i could contact you… do u have any landline number? need to make some inquiry regarding the posting of comments……

  • In response to Maricel:

    Yes iba iba ang bayad, iba ang entrance fee, iba din ang bayad sa iba ibang services na nasa loob. Para malaman mo ang mga “rates” o dapat bayaran, tingnan mo ang listahan nila dito sa internet address na ito:

    http://www.huinda.net/lamesa.php

    o kaya click mo na lang ito > LAMESA ADMISSION RATES

    In response to eipz:

    I’m not familiar with the routes coming from Valenzuela, you can however ask other people and guide you how to reach the QUEZON CITY CIRCLE where every route converges leading to the park.

    Have an enjoyable trip to all!

  • MARICEL

    iba po b ang ang bayad ng entrance sa swimmingpool at entrance sa pagpasok mismo… mgkano b ang entrance fee..?

  • eipz

    hi.. i’m planning to go there next week, can you give me a sketch map on how to get there coming from valenzuela by way of Novaliches without passing Edsa? and another sketch map again coming from valenzuela passing Edsa this time. Tnx so much! and last one, do you have a map around the whole Eco Park itself? thanks so much!!

  • Ok, I’ve found more information on HOW TO GET THERE:
    (Courtesy of Clickthecity.com)


    HOW TO GET THERE
    Take Commonwealth Avenue towards Fairview. You will be passing the following landmarks: UP Diliman, Iglesia ni Cristo Templo Central, Ever Gotesco, Sandiganbayan, Litex, Mercury Drugstore. Turn right at East Fairview Subdivision’s Winston St. then right at Marlboro St. all the way to Pall Mall St. where you should turn left. Turn right at the first corner. You will enter the La Mesa Dam Guard House. There is only one road to take then turn left to the parking lot, in front of which is the gate to the park. The lagoon is further down the path.

    For commuters, take a Fairview-bound FX, bus, or jeepney from Philcoa by the entrance to the University of the Philippines. Take note of the abovementioned landmarks and get off at the East Fairview Subdivision. At the gate, you should find plenty of tricycles that can take you to the Eco Park.

    For details on how to go trekking at the eco-trail, call 410-9670.

    For the full article, with nice pictures, please click the link below:

    Click here for the full article from clickthecity.com

    Have a nice long weekend to all!

  • For those who plan to go there this holy week:

    I texted someone from the Ecopark, he said the park is open for the whole lenten week. You can also text him (Dong) @ 09159013772.

    In reply to Jonas:

    The links I’ve posted above are links from the La Mesa website. I don’t know why they aren’t functioning all of a sudden. Their server must have been down for some reason.

    I’ve managed to capture their admission rates somehow:

    Click here to see the copy of their admission rates

    I forgot to capture their map though, but if I do, I’ll post it here again.

    Happy Lenten Season to everyone!

  • Joezebellion Sumbastana

    hi. i just learned about ecopark from friend. we’re planning to go tomorrow Good Friday. Can anyone pls tell me if it’s open? we dont wanna be disappointed taking trouble going there only to find it closed, since we’ll be coming from Australia. Our plane is leaving for bangkok tonight. from there we’ll take plane to Manila. Please tell me how to get to ecopark from NAIA. thanks.

  • sonny082006

    …open po ba dyan during holyweek?…(reverse)what if kung galing naman kami ng sm fariview panu papunta dyan? sir Jeff pls …thanks

  • Jing

    Open po ba kayo ng April 5, 2007?? thanks

  • krystalyn

    open po ba yan ng holy wik???
    pls reply asap…

  • Jonas

    ur map aint working, can u pls inform us how to get there by posting a functioning map with all the landmarks to watch out for and what public transport routes to take and if we can make a reservation a day or 2 prior to going there. we hope for you quick response, pls let us also enjoy the breatht taking scenery and experience uve felt when u went there. Thanks a million

  • Hi guys, here are more information about the La Mesa Ecopark.

    You can find most, if not ALL information in this link:

    Click here for complete info about La Mesa

    The Vicinity Map (from QC Circle to La Mesa) can be found here:

    Click here to see the vicinity map

    The Park Admission Rates are here:

    Click here to see the admission rates

    Available Amenities:

    – Saltwater Swimming Pool
    – Petron Fitness & Nature Trail
    – Petron Amphitheatre
    – Shell Flower Terraces
    – Drilon Orchidarium
    – Superferry Boating Lagoon
    – Butterfly Trail & Hatchery

    Again, just go to “http://sites.k2ia.com/bk/LaMesaEcoPark.php” for the complete information about the park.

    Mabuhay!

  • Connie A. Boado

    Can i have contanct no of la mesa eco part. Is is open this holy week season?

    Thanks,

    Connie

  • saina

    thanks for the directions on how to get to the park either by private vehicles or by public transpo. i’d just like to ask how much the tricycles normally charge their passengers just to avoid getting scammed or overcharged. thanks.

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  • brenda

    we’re planning to unwind there! pls sketch on how to get there from cubao..tnx a lot!

  • brenda

    we’re planning to unwind there! pls sketch on how to get there from cuba..tnx a lot!

  • ahem actually eco park have many trees tapos may pond tapos may dam pa o di ba daming info galing sakin thank u naman dyan!!!!=kim
    thank u kim 4 that very in4mative in4mation i learn 2 much from u! akalain mo my trees pla dun!!!
    another thing p pla ng re-research din kmi about summer hot spots here in the phil. can u pls suggest any place! and we consider it in our term paper and you as our respondent! very truly yours joy

  • cutiequeen

    hi.! im student in ___, and as of now, me and my group are researching and studying about Ecopark as our project in Filipino… can i get more imformation about Ecopark.? thanks….!=p

  • if youre coming from megamall, sakay ka lang ng SM fairview na bus. Then baba ka sa East Fairview Subdivision. At the gate, you should find plenty of tricycles that can take you to the Eco Park. 🙂

  • eco

    Pwedeng humingi ng tulong kailangn ko kasi ng list ng organism sa mga ponds sa eco park!!!
    nagpunta kami kaso dun pero hindi naman namin alam ang mga tawag sa oraganism dun!!!
    pero ang sarap magphinga sa park!!!

  • cherrie

    ei just want to ask bout one of the ponds there.. i want to know exactly the name of the organisms in it.
    assignment ksi.
    thanx.
    pehlease…

  • anna

    nagpunta kami ng mga kabarkada ko doon last saturday kaya lang 4pm na kami nakarating. hindi rin kami nakapasok sa loob ng park. hindi rin kami nakapag boating.

    i’m looking forward na sana, next time na magpunta kami doon, marami kaming oras.

  • arthur romanillos

    do you also cater to company workshops or seminars?

  • ron

    Maganda ang la mesa dam…..
    taga Lagro ako at medyo congested na ang lugar namin kaya nagsisilbing hideaway ng mga taga siyudad….
    Panatiliing malinis, maganda at kaaya-aya ang La mesa dam.

  • adrian

    panu punta dyan coming from udmc rotonda or sta. mesa?

  • peter

    panu punta dun coming from megamall?

  • HOW TO GET THERE
    Take Commonwealth Avenue towards Fairview. You will be passing the following landmarks: UP Diliman, Iglesia ni Cristo Templo Central, Ever Gotesco, Sandiganbayan, Litex, Mercury Drugstore. Turn right at East Fairview Subdivision’s Winston St. then right at Marlboro St. all the way to Pall Mall St. where you should turn left. Turn right at the first corner. You will enter the La Mesa Dam Guard House. There is only one road to take then turn left to the parking lot, in front of which is the gate to the park. The lagoon is further down the path.

    For commuters, take a Fairview-bound FX, bus, or jeepney from Philcoa by the entrance to the University of the Philippines. Take note of the abovementioned landmarks and get off at the East Fairview Subdivision. At the gate, you should find plenty of tricycles that can take you to the Eco Park.

    For details on how to go trekking at the eco-trail, call 410-9670

  • mr. cromaine

    paki send nmn po ung mga list ng name ng trees nyo…. ty khit mga 15 lng ty again

  • kindly post the history of the la mesa dam

  • mara

    gud day!
    ask ko lang po kung pwedeng mag take ng video and interview sa inyo for our video documentary sa environmental science..
    im a freshman student of UST,manila
    hope to receive your response,.
    THANKS!

  • mara

    jaz wana know kung pwedeng mag take ng video documentary sa ecopark,.. ska kung pwede pong mag interview,..
    para poh ito sa project namin sa Natural science,..
    im a freshman student from UST.
    saka panu poh mag punta jan kung manggagaling sa UST,manila?

  • Agatha

    Hello!!! I want to know how to go to La Mesa Ecopark? Can you give me a map?

  • jessica

    hello!!!!astig ang place lupet….sarap balikbalikan..

  • evi

    sir/mam,
    does anyone know where i can get a site map of the ecopark? or at least a map of the park…how to get around travelling the place?…

  • Jesse Acenas

    anu po ba ang masasakyan namin papunta ng la mesa eco park aside from taking a taxi?.. we are from sta.mesa and we would lyk to have a barkada outing this christmas… hope you could tell us the way ASAP..

  • lanie

    hi! have u been to the park’s museum? what interesting things can we see there?

  • Wenjo

    Hello! Saan po pwede maka kuha ng map going to La Mesa Eco Park. We know the address pero still not sure how to get there. Thanks po! 🙂

  • robert de guzman

    please post on the site telephone nos. to call for pavilion, function hall reservation if there is such. thanks

  • Amy

    Hi! I am really excited to go at La mesa dam ecopark eversince. I was longing for a place like this here at the phillipines. Can you help me how to go there? I tried to click on the map but It says it was already remove and no longer available.

  • mary jane rance

    well were planning to have a activity(church youth gathering) in la mesa,50 yung entrance right? libre na ba yung picnic groove, what else pa yung kailngan bayaran….
    note: di kami magsswimming huh…..

    –Jane

  • josef navarro

    we are planning to go there this sunday. We are from Bulacan. makakapasok kaya yung mga motorcycles sa loob ng eco park?

  • rhOan

    opOh.. hEhe! =)

  • Jhon

    Jan po ba ang venue ng PHOTO JOURNALISM CONTEST REGIONAL LEVEL? need reply ASAP

  • joyce binamira

    can you send me how to go to la mesa eco park

  • tina

    Naghahanap po ako ng map papunta sana dyan sa eco, taga san juan ako san ang magandang route kung may sasakyan papunta dyan sa ecopark.. para just in case namn gusto kong mamasyal dyan n lang kasi hindi relaxing angn malls e.. Tinry ko ung mga link ng abs-cbn n may map pero hindi namn accessible nag e-error..sana may sumagot po.. Ty

  • jhoyskee

    kakapunta lang namin ng ecopark last sunday, we got off at cubao… sakay ng bus ng pa-fairview… sabihin nyo lang sa driver na sa east fairview village kau ibaba. (bago mg-east fairview madadaan nyo ang una, ever commonwealth, then sandiganbayan, tas may mercury drug, wla lng sinabi ko lng para aware din kau sa place hehe). Sa tapat ng gate ng east fairview vill may mga green tricycle pahatid na lng po kau sa ecopark. Para sa mga taga QC magdala ng ID para may discount ang pagpunta don. para sa mga hindi taga QC you’ll pay 50 pesos.

    hope this helps sa mga nagtatanong!

  • badilong

    is siopao there? how’s about bangus breeding tilapia over there? how much ferkilo? is kiddie bike has wheelsides? im ask, hope answering. thankx!

    please draw maps. im confuse. thankx asap!

  • sonny

    The eco park is generating so much interest from a lot of people but, just like me, they don’t know how to get there. Most of the comments posted here are asking for directions on how to get there as the link to the map is not working. But the administrator or the website owner is not interested as there was no response to the queries. Knock Knock, gumising naman kayo!!!!

  • maylene fernandez

    ask Ko lang po.. paano po mag vote para hindi ma2loy ung housing project sa la mesa?

    tnx^-^

  • maylene fernandez

    bukod pa po doon….mawawala na ang kaisa isang magandang lugar o pasyalan jan sa manila…na namumukod tanging magandang forest jan…

  • maylene fernandez

    elow pow…sana hindi matuloy ung housing project sa la mesa…kasi isang malaking problema un para sa mga taga manila at kalapit na lugar dahil siguradong lalong dudumi ung tubig….siguradong maraming magkakasakit…

    tnx…^-^

  • maylene

    elow pow…sana hindi matuloy ung housing project sa la mesa…kasi isang malaking problema un para sa mga taga manila at kalapit na lugar dahil siguradong lalong dudumi ung tubig….siguradong maraming magkakasakit…

    tnx…^-^

  • hell ask ko lang pano go sa la mesa eco park taga up diliman me thanks!!

  • nina

    taga valenzuela po ako pano ko makakarating dyan..using my own car…ty

  • candy

    hi, can you please give me the instructions on how to get in to the park. we will just take a public vehicle. thanks

  • joy

    taga caloocan po ako paano po ba way papunta eco park?

  • Mikey

    hello, mikey here. just want you to know that i really love to visit your place. And I promise to be there before the year ends. Thanks and God bless!!!

  • kaiser

    uhmm.. anu-anu pde kong sakyan going to ecopark from caloocan or manila?? how much would that cost??
    can i just take a taxi??^_^

  • marlon

    paki ayos naman yung location map nakakaligaw kasi yung papunta dyan..salamat…asap

  • Krissie

    Hi! We will be having a field trip this month on your place, I just want to ask how could we reach your place? we’re from Pasay City… And what activiies we could avail on your place and how much we could spend? like entrance swimming fees and all that. I hope you could reply as soon as possibe. Thank You!

  • Can i ask what is all about eco-park?What is the location or place where eco park seen?thank you!!

  • Chester Lee

    La Mesa Dam has been generating interests among the public looking for an alternative to malls. But even for long time resident of Metro Manila like me we were given enough information in how to find it online. Your link to it’s location map is not working.

  • Iwant to know where is eco park pool. It is park with a pool.I want to know how much does 4 children and 1 baby 2grow-up cost

  • Gina Basco

    pwede po ba magpareserved and ok lng po b mgdala ng sariling bike.. thanks

  • leslie gacita

    i just wanna know how the exact location of la mesa dam,since i am from manila. tnx

  • marjorie

    can i sak kung pde dun mg-ovenight stay as in like camping and wat other activities available there?

  • oo nga po.

    Pano pumunta sa La Mesa EcoPark ng namamasahe ka lang?

    Meron map sa Website ng la Mesa EcoPark pero para lang yun sa may mga sasakyan.

    Ano pong byahe ang sasakyan?

  • Angel

    gusto ko lang po ng detailed instruction on how to get here at eco park by fare since manggagaling pa po kami ng province. like san bababa sa EDSA pag galing ng NLex, anong jeep ang sasakyan papunta sa park. Hope you could help me. tnx….

  • myrna sarthou mateo

    please draw the sketch on how to go here at eco park

    by car and by taxi or by bus

  • Jenny

    Hi..gusto kow lang itanong kow available ang swimming pool this monday? pls reply asap!! thanks …

  • pilarcita david

    ang hindi ko maintindihan bakit kailagan tayuan nang bahay ang place where we are getting our water. hindi ba talaga matuto tuto ang govt natin na mabababoy ang lugar na iyan. please lang.

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