Angeles City Transportation

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Angeles City Transportation

  • COLOR CODED JEEPNEYS

    I am not quite sure if Olongapo or Angeles had the first color coded jeepneys in the country but it certainly was a good idea as it is easy to spot the one you need. Also easy if asking the locals how to get from A to B------ 'just take the green one' they might say !Here are details of the colors and routes.Green operate from MarisolYellow go to...

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  • JEEPNEY STATIONS

    In and around Angeles there are quite a few jeepney stations where many jeepneys will be waiting for their passengers. Near Clark Main Gate is the main terminal but nearby are the the Checkpoint Angeles Terminal and the Checkpoint Friendship Terminal which is all a little confusing. Towards the center of the city is the Marisol Jeepney Terminal. At...

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  • DAU BUS TERMINAL (MABALACAT)

    Dau Bus Terminal, also known as Mabalacat is just 2 or 3 kms from the main gate at Clark, Balibago and SM Clark and you can reach these place by tricycle for usually an overpriced fee as trike drivers are ruthless with overcharging in Angeles area, especially if you are a foreigner., or the better option would be to take the jeepney for 8 pesos...

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  • Angeles City map

    I've encountered a lot of questions about getting an online map, or on getting an actual map of Angeles City. I hope this helpful interactive site of Angeles City will help a tourist around. http://www.acmap.com/main.aspThanks Wayne!

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  • Fees at DMIA

    For passengers departing DMIA for other asian hubs, please check the airfare charges by your airline. For budget airlines, travel tax is not normally included and shall be paid separately at the airport. This amount is fixed at P1620. I believe, a different and lesser amount is charged for OFWs. Of course terminal fee remains at P700.

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  • DMIA (Diosdado Macapagal International...

    The DMIA or locally known as Clark Airport, was a prime facility of the previous Clark Air Base, home of US military forces. The base was abandoned and turned over to the Philippine government in 1991, after the devastation of Mt. Pinatubo and failure of the US-Philippine military base agreements. While Clark Development Corporation is the...

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  • Deciphering Jeepney routes in Clarkfield

    ROUTE 1 - Blu Blanco, UP, Peninsula, L&T, DFA, DMIA (airport), Oriental, Metrobank, House of Gold, Arjan, Parkson, BPI, Puregold, McDonaldsROUTE 2 - PhilExcel, BerthaPhil, Sumidenso, J&K Golf, Villamor, Fuji Plastic, Jacinto, Sat-A, Mecca, Digital, Victoria, Clark Electric, E Pixtar, Poongsan, SapangBato, Amertron, AOL, CDC Offices, Holiday Inn,...

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  • To and From Airport to Angeles City

    There is actually 2 ways to get to and from Angeles City to Clark Airport. 1)This is the easiest way. By TAXI. Upon reaching Diosdado Airport and exit the immigration counter, you will find a stretch of about 5 -6 counters on your left providing transports. To go to Angeles City, it will be written to Fields Avenue. Pay P200 and off you go. To go...

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  • Tricycle

    Only slightly more expensive than travelling in a jeepney and way much cheaper than a taxi. Tricycle saves you the hassle of waiting for the jeepney to fill up. Its good way to get around but its only for close by distances. Rides starts at P20. Remember to haggle for price like crazy.

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  • Jeepney

    Jeepney rides cost depends on where you go but the cheapest I ever took was P7.50 around town, P9.50 to the Airport and P11.00 to Clark.There is 3 jeepney stations in Angeles. One is located in Fields Avenue itself, one is located beside SM Clark and one is smacked right between the 2. The first 2 stations takes rides within the city but the one in...

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  • Diosdado Macapagal International Airport

    AirAsia currently only offers 1 flight in to Clark and 1 flight out to Kuala Lumpur. Please take note that you will have to pay P600 for departure tax payable at the airport counter.

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  • From Dau to NorthBound - Vigan/Laoag

    From DMIA, Clark airport, we took a cab (shared with another passenger) to Dau Bus Terminal in Macalabat. We waited for the the North bound buses to our intended place of visit, Vigan. We missed the Partas bus (at 12.30am) bound for Vigan which was supposed to be stationed at the Partas stand. Apparently the bus stationed itself at another stand...

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  • Jeepneys and Tricycles - cheap and...

    Tired of walking ?- hop onto the jeepneys and tricycles. Cheap and convenient. Short trips usually at 7.5pesos per pax. Longer distance on jeepneys, check out prices before getting onto the jeepney - same goes for tricycles.See picture of tricycle attached.

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  • No frills airlines - Airasia & Tiger...

    No frills budget airlines, Airasia (in Malaysia) and Tiger airways (Singapore), fly to Philippines and land at Clark Field (Clark Airbase, Pampanga). It is a cheap way to get to the Philippines. From here, you can get to Dau Bus Terminal to board buses to the various provinces of Philippines.Log on to : From Malaysia : www.airasia.comFrom Singapore...

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  • Sidecar

    This is the most common trasportation in Angeles city.It's just full of them all around the city, let's say they are the Philippines tuc tuc, I particulary appreciated the way how they cover the driver and the passenger when it's raining(look the picture.Price is based on your bargain skills, I usually paid 50 peso(0.80 euro) to go from hotel to...

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  • Clark airport

    Angeles city airport(Clark Field) is the one where low cost companies from some asian countries, specially Malaysia and Philippines land.It is about 2 hours from Manila and you can go there either by bus or taxi(about 2000 peso).From here then you can fly to Boracay or cebu but flights aren't daily.I came here with airasia from Kuala Lumpur and,...

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  • Taxi and More

    I got around and from the airport with this friend of mine I met there many years ago. He owns his own taxi and he is honest and will watch you for any problems there. His rates are great and you will fel a lot safer there until you know your way around. He will help you there too.His name is Nher, and I glad he is my friend. He can get the woman...

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  • How to go best to Angeles City

    Coming from Manila/Makati it takes, depending on traffic, between 1 to 1 1/2 to 3 hours to reach Angeles. From Manila take the main connection Epifanio de los Santos Avenue(EDSA) to Quezon City. At SM City (Department store) turn left into EDSA North and enter the North Expressway at Balintawak. Pass the exit of Angeles City and watch out for the...

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  • A "Syndicate" of Tricycle Drivers

    Dao is the exit of the highway for busses arrving from Manila and the North of the island Luzon.Unfortunately there is no existing public transportation for Angeles City and the nearby hotels. Arrivals at Dao are forced to take the "Tricycles" (light Motorbike with 150 cc and a sidecar).Drivers are charging up to 100 Pesos (even higher), if you are...

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  • Getting to Angeles from Manilla

    The most westerner friendly bus are the Swagman hotel buses. They will take you to and from many destinations. Buses run from Swagman hotel in Manilla to Angeles City three times daily. 11:30am, 3:30pm, 8:00pm

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  • Going from Angeles to La Union and...

    The most westerner friendly bus are the Swagman hotel buses. They will take you to and from many destinations. Going from Swagman Hotel to La Union and then options to go to Baguio.RunsMon- Wed- Fri and departs at 0800

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