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    XentroMall and Malolos LGU open new terminal hub

    The local government of Malolos City, in partnership with community lifestyle mall developer XentroMall, recently opened the doors of its local terminal hub.

    Located at the center of a two-story mall featuring a Filipino heritage-inspired architectural design, the Malolos City Terminal Hub provides accessible transport services going to and out of the city while offering the community a convenient place to hang out and celebrate special occasions. Available jeepney routes can go as far as Muzon, Marilao, Malinta, Meycauayan, Hagonoy, among others. There are also tricycles which conveniently bring the passengers to their destinations within Malolos City. Meanwhile, the UV Express services offer routes as far as Trinoma, MRT North Terminal, and Dau and San Fernando, Pampanga.

    Merchants that can be found on the mall include SaveMore Supermarket, Black Scoop, Jollibee, Chowking, Mang Inasal, Golden Baboy, Daiso Japan, Mr. DIY, Handyman, Bibo Shoes, El Torogi, along with a wide selection of food options available at the Xentro Food Hall.

    “The terminal is strategically located in a spot that is very accessible to students, employees of the local municipality of Malolos, as well as the residents of Barangay Bulihan and Malolos City. Its convenient location makes it easier for the residents of Malolos and nearby cities to go from one place to another using the Malolos City Transport Terminal,” said XRC Mall Developer Inc. chairman and CEO Alexander R. Cruz.

    To provide comfort for the guests and passersby, the terminal also has regularly maintained and fully-sanitized restrooms. The facility also houses the Consular Office of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) for easier passport applications and other consular services in Bulacan.

    Mayor Gilbert Gatchalian, together with top officials from Malolos City, and XRC Mall Developer Inc. chairman and CEO Alexander R. Cruz spearheaded the inauguration of the said facility.

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