Bacolod City Transportation

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Bacolod City Transportation

  • By air, sea and land to Bacolod

    By air there are 4 flights daily to-from manila on Philippine airlines. 3 flights daily to-from manila on Air Philippines. 3 flights daily to-from manila on Cebu Pacific. Last flight in to Bacolod is 6ish in the evening. Last flight out is 6:30. On slow months, last flight is 5:40pm.From Cebu there are four flights flight daily via Air Philippines...

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  • Chartered Taxi

    Upon recommendation of my cousin-in-law, we opted to charter a taxi going to Bacolod City. We used the services of Faith Taxi, which my cousin-in-law always uses when he has business trips. We could have taken the airport vans, but hubby wanted to make sure his bag for photography gear is not cramped with the bags of other travelers. The Faith Taxi...

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  • Van for Tours: NYALA

    NYALA got vans and cars for rent. So if you go to Bacolod and want to go for an out of town trips, you can call up NYALA. Their van/car price varies, depending on the type of vehicle and if there's no driver or not.They also have shuttle vans going to and fro the Airport.

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  • Ferry to Iloilo

    Bacolod is just a ferry away from Iloilo. Iloilo is in a neighboring island called Panay. So if you are in Bacolod, you might as well visit Iloilo City. It is a simple city, where most government offices for Western Visayas Region are located. Iloilo is also home to old churches, nice people and good food.Going there, there are plenty of fast...

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  • Out-town-trips!

    Bacolod is the Capital of the province, Negros Occidental. People from neighboring towns and cities would usually flock in Bacolod for business transactions, shopping, eating, even for schooling. Going to and fro places outside Bacolod, there are buses which leave on scheduled trips.The largest bus liner in the province is Ceres. Fare depends on...

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  • Ever-reliable Tricycle!

    In areas which the jeepneys dont pass by, especially going to Subdivisions or Housing, there are always tricycles ( improvised motorcycle with a side-car) which can be relied on. A tricycle can accommodate 5 passengers but sometimes it can reach up to 10, which of course depends on the size of people it carries. Filipinos are usually small so it...

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  • Joyride around Bacolod!

    When you are in Bacolod and you plan to go to places around the City, transportation is not a problem. Plenty of jeepneys that operate on specific routes usually pass by the downtown area where most shops are located.Some jeepneys operate 24 hours and there are others which are only until midnight. So it depends on where you are going.Standard fare...

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  • Public Utility Jeepney (PUJ)

    Bacolod City's jeepneys looked longer than the ones you see in Manila. Minimum fare is P7 only. Before you set out to go around the city, ask the front desk or hotel security guard what route you should take. The route is painted on the sides of the jeepney.I gathered that there are four jeepney routes: Banago-Libertad, Mandalagan- Libertad,...

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  • Airport Shuttle

    From the New Silay-Bacolod Airport, you can can take the air-conditioned vans going to Bacolod City. You will see them parked just after youi get out of the arrival area. We didn't use this shuttle service because we opted for a chartered taxi, but I gathered that fare is P150.

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  • Metered Taxi

    Modern air-conditioned metered taxis can be hailed to go around the city. Flag down is P30. We didn't have a hard time getting a taxi from our hotel because many taxis park infront to wait for passengers. However, we had a difficult time hailing one when we came from the Masskara Festival. Some taxi drivers can be choosy; they son't want to use the...

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  • Airplane

    We were lucky to have been able to get the promo fare of Cebu Pacific. Cebupac announced the discounted rates last June 2010, and hubby had to stay online to get slots for the promo fare. Double whammy! The travel period for the promo fare included the dates for the Masskara Festival! We got the earliest flight (4:55AM) so we can have an early...

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  • Ferry from Iloilo to Bacolod

    Oh, the ferry, let me tell you about the ferry. One thing I have noticed over the years is the stunning amount of ferry accidents in the Philippines. I now know why. We got on the first ferry, which had vehicles onboard. To say it was overcrowded is an understatement. We were the last vehicle on and there wasn't an inch to spare. As we made our way...

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  • MECA-J Car Rental

    I highly recommend MECA-J Car Rental for its superb service. Aside from the cheap rental rates of their vehicles, the owner Mr. Jessie Jimenez is also very gracious. He doesn't hesitate to entertain any complaints. When we requested for a replacement vehicle, he provided one readily without hesitation. When I go back to Bacolod City, I will seek...

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  • Cebu Pacific Air

    Cebu Pacific Air has a direct Cebu-Bacolod flights landing in the New Bacolod Silay Airport. Better book early & avail of their cheap promos. A one-way all-in trip costs only around P500. It is just a short flight from Cebu City about less than an hour. More convenient than taking the 5 hours or more land trip from Cebu.

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  • Getting to San Carlos

    To get to San Carlos on the opposite side of Negros there are 2 bus routes. One goes round the coast and the other goes straight through the middle. As well as talking about 2 hours less the middle route is far more scenic. Ask at the bus station.....oh and you leave from the north terminal.

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  • Shocking Taxi Fare

    We had no idea that we had to pay 500 pesos for a 1 way trip to Bacolod-Silay City International Airport. We boarded a taxi from our bed and breakfast Inn near Lacson Street to the airport and thought that we would only pay the amount on the meter plus 10 pesos but when we arrived at the airport, the driver said that we have to pay 500 pesos...

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  • way way to go

    *we got different means of transportation getting around Bacolod.~~ good looking and very comfortable jeepney..i mean really comfy, its too far better compare to the jeepney here in manila* taxi ofcourse* bus if you wanna go around the bush or outside the city ( well actually there more good views and venue outside the city..~~ if ur fun of hiking,...

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  • van for hire

    ohh too bad i just read this post.i know where u can hire a van or any type type of car.but hey incase ul be back in town of any of ur friends or family pls keep in touch. im just one email away. ill help you find a transpo..take care** this is a reply from one of those asking question

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  • Your 1 Peso Fare to Bacolod!

    WATCH OUT FOR CEBU PACIFIC'S PROMOS!Sometimes they give out 1 peso fares! (If in this case, a round trip between Bacolod and Manila including taxes will be about 60 US only!)Of course, this will depend on your flexibility on the dates, your desired schedule your luck (if there's a promo) so you better keep searching! And if not, it might even be...

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  • Jeepney

    I classified this transportation as "other" because its somehow like a bus, only smaller and the seats are two long cushioned benches at the sides.Fare is usually P7.00 and can take you around Bacolod.Learning the different jeepney routes is definitely important because you can go anywhere you wish around the city. Lots of different sights and...

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  • Cruising Twin Cities

    Bacolod, a major seaport and sugar capital of the Philippines, is an hour ferry ride away from Iloilo.There are daily and hourly ferries between the two cities. Just ask the cab driver to take you to the port and you can choose from several ferry companies. Aboard the ferry, you can order your usual chips, instant noodles in styro cups, and...

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  • Car for Rent + Bacolod

    Hello. I have my private vehicle where you can rent for a day in or around the city. I can offer you a day tour itinerary without worrying anything. I can assist you during your stay here in the province. I can arrange your airport/pier transfers to/from your hotels.I can also offer you a cheaper and fellow VTourister price.Hope to visit us here in...

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  • around bacolod

    Taxis are everywhere. Flag down is 30 pesos. Normally 50 pesos within city center. Tips not required. You may flag down taxi anywhere.Jeepneys- 7 pesos per trip., tricycles 10 pesos per head- only available on side streets, no fixed routes.pedicabs - 5 pesos per head, only on side streets and no fixed routes.Walking around the city along main roads...

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  • From Dumaguete to Bacolod by land

    Just go to the bus terminal and take the aircon bus to Bacolod via Mabinay which took around 5 hours. I think the reliable aircon bus is only til 2pm.

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