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Mail, Post office in Manila

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The Philippine Postal Corporation is Manila's mail service. It is more popularly known as PHLPost.

Letters are addressed:

Miss Auria M. Francisco (recipient)
75 P. Domingo Street (unit number or house/building/street number + street name)
Carmona, Makati City (barangay/district name, city/municipality)
1207 Metro Manila (postal code + province)
Philippines (country)

Note that the return address is on the top left corner on the front of the envelope.


Mail prices are usually according to weight and destination. A detailed list of postage rates can be found here.

Post Offices

Post offices in Manila are generally open from 09:00-17:00 on weekdays. Some branches are open on Saturday mornings. The PHLPost website offers a directory of Post Offices.


Aside from mail and parcel delivery, PHLPost also offers other services such as bills payment and collection services, money transfer services and P.O. Box rental. For more details on these services, you can refer to the following links on the PHLPost website:

Update 9/06/2016


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