Networld Hotel Manila

Roxas Boulevard corner Perla Street, Gil Puyat Ave, Pasay City, Manila, Philippines
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Going to Santiago City

by NeoRussell

Hey Guys,

I am visiting Phil on sept for my kuya's wedding.
I'm coming from Canada to MNL airport.
What is the best way to get to Santiago city?
How long does it take?
I just want to know my options.

Thanks to anyone who answers.

Russell

Re: Going to Santiago City

by asianbelle

Is this Santiago City, Isabela? Cebu Pacific has flights to Cauayan (Isabela) but on select days only, check out their website. From Cauayan, there are buses to Santiago.

Alternatively, you can travel by land. From NAIA, take a cab to Victory Liner (Kamias) or Baliwag Transit (Cubao). They have trips to Santiago City.

Re: Going to Santiago City

by NeoRussell

Sorry about that.
Yeah, Santiago City in Isabela.
How long is the bus ride if you know?

Russell

Re: Going to Santiago City

by asianbelle

Can't exactly remember, but roughly 8-9 hours from Manila.

Travel Tips for Manila

Photo shows the Tunnel in the...

by yen_2


Photo shows the Tunnel in the Fort Santiago, Manila.

As I've already told you that Manila is a paradise for those who like to shop and if you want a little peace and quiet away from the city, then remember that the Philippines has the world’s longest coastline and is rich in superb beaches, waterfalls and lot's of attractions.

I like this place for shopping and good friends. Cheapest places for buying souveniers are in Baclaran and Divisoria but you have to deal with the crowds since some in there are pickpocketers, I don't advice the foreigners to get there you might be a victim.

Go and visit the monument of...

by ligaya

Go and visit the monument of Rizal esp. there Fort Santiago Manila. You can see many of Rizal's life and culture, esp. the hsitory of life being a Martyr.

'DR. JOSE' PROTACIO RIZAL MERCADO Y ALONSO REALONDA' I die, without seeing the Day dawning on my country... You who will see it, greet it.. and forget not those who fell during the night - Jose Rizal --Jose Protacio Rizal Mercado Philippine National Hero author of Noli Me Tangere and La Solidaridad founder of the La Liga Filipina born June 19, 1861 in Calamba, Laguna Seventh child of Francisco Engracio Rizal Mercado y Alejandro, and Teodora Morales Alonzo Realonda y Quintos died December 30, 1896 at Bagumbayan (now Luneta); execution by musketry. --The young Rizal studied in Biñan under G. Justiniano Aquino Cruz, and then later at the Ateneo Municipal de Manila. Jose Rizal received his Bachelor of Arts on March 14, 1877 with a grade of 'sobresaliente' with highest honor. Rizal studied Philosophy and Letters at the University of Santo Tomas and Agriculture at the Ateneo Municipal de Manila. He left for Europe on May 5, 1882. He studied Medicine and Philosophy and Letters in Madrid, and finished these courses in 1884 and 1885. Rizal began writing his Noli me Tangere ( The Social Cancer ) in 1884. He printed 2,000 copies in Berlin, Germany in 1886 but released it in March 1887. El Filibusterismo, sequel to Noli, was printed in Gante, Belgium in 1891. Rizal organized La Liga Filipina, a secret organization, on July 3 1892. It aimed to change the way the government was run in a peaceful way. In July 7, 1892, less than a week after the La Liga was organized, Captain General Despujol ordered Rizal's exile to Dapitan, on suspicion of his involvement in rebellion. In Dapitan, he opened a school with fourteen(14) pupils. On December 29, 1896, he wrote the Last Farewell, and was executed in Bagumbayan (now Luneta) the next day.

Holy Week in Manila

by 1sa

A lot of people leave the Metro during Holy Week. Those who stay, though, normally participate in a "Stations of the Cross" sort of contest. Barangay Poblacion in Makati, for example, makes it a point to assign various areas a station of the cross each. They set up a stage and decorate it accordingly. On Good Friday, people go from station to station (in Church, people go from station to station to pray. I noticed people went from station to station purely to go-see, however).

The best thing about the Metro during Holy Week? No traffic.

3. Public Restrooms (Comfort Room)

by Ric

In a public restroom check to see that there is toilet paper before you commit yourself! If you are travelling in rural areas, there may not be Western-style toilets. The customary method is using a can of water instead of toilet paper. If you are squeamish or unskilled, make a mental note to use the facilities before you leave your hotel or other urban location.

photocopy your passport, credit card, drivers lic

by venus&graham

hi there,

if you get anything pinched, stolen, nabbed, pilfered, while on holidays, it will make it sooooo much easier when you present yourself at your embassy!

be a SMART TRAVELER

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