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    Jeepney

    by Mastic Written Apr 2, 2008

    There is tons of Jeepney in Manila, it's not so easy understand where go some Jeepney, but it's really cheap and nice take one of this typical transport bus.

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    Cebu Pacific

    by joysweet Updated May 29, 2007

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    With their Go Fares, Cebu Pacific is the premier budget domestic carrier.

    Fares as low as:
    Luzon sector: 288++
    Visayas sector: 598++
    Mindanao sector: 998++

    smiling airplane free coffee.... upon request! used to serve C2 drink fun flights! in flight games.....
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    Seair

    by joysweet Written Jul 11, 2006

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    Seair flies to small airports - Busuanga, Caticlan, Clark.

    Very ideal for flights coming from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu if you want to go directly to Boracay/Caticlan.

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    Metro Star

    by Dyesebel Written Apr 19, 2006

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    Metro Star operates at the center of EDSA, main area of the Metropolis.To avoid the traffic, it's better to take Metro Star.

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    Jeepneys

    by Dyesebel Written Apr 19, 2006

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    Very low fare and the name of the destination, street, park or monument is conveniently displayed on the front of the jeepney.

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    Tricycle!

    by jltan Updated Feb 10, 2005

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    The tricycle is everywhere in the outskirts of Manila. It is the short-distance choice for transporting people. For PHP 3.00 you can get to point A to point B.

    A Tricycle Dropping Passengers in a Manila Street
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    Jeepneys

    by ahoerner Written Dec 8, 2004

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    Jeepneys are the most common public transportation in the Philippines and therefore you can imagine how crowded of jeepneys Manila is.

    We never took it in Manila, but you can try it.

    Jeepneys in Manila
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    Pedicab

    by keeweechic Updated Mar 8, 2004

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    As the Filipinos do not enjoy walking, the pedicab is used to take children to school, to get to the bus stop or join the jeepney route.

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    Sightseeing

    by BADJUJU Written Feb 9, 2004

    Those horse carts are mainly for tourist purpose. The rider usually speak english and explains. They are fairly slow though.
    Also see my warning section for this type of transport.

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    The Filippino style

    by BADJUJU Updated Feb 8, 2004

    Jeepney is the most seen public transport in Manila, although it produces a lot of noises.
    It's pretty much the cheapest form of transport in Manila.
    Wave your hand and hop on.

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    Jeepney in the Philippines

    by yellow_andy Written Dec 31, 2003

    Jeepney is the most popular transport in the Philippines. Jeepney can take you go everywhere. It's manufactured in Philippines and looks like handmade.

    Jeepney

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    The Barouche

    by keeweechic Updated Sep 7, 2003

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    The Barouche still circulates in Binondo's alleyways. They are used by housewives returning from the Divisoria Market and for transporting goods.

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    Calesa

    by syllybabe Written May 6, 2003

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    Parked inside Casa Manila and looking like it's there waiting for a princess to come down from the steps to be driven home from a party...

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    Trike Anywhere

    by syllybabe Written Nov 26, 2002

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    In smaller cities, back roads, and islands like Boracay, tricycles are the cheapest form of transportation. In Boracay, they're the ONLY form of transport other than your own two feet.

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    From one small island to...

    by syllybabe Updated Nov 16, 2002

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    From one small island to another the usual mode of transport is a motorized outrigger boat called a banca. As you can see, to get on or off of one can get a little tricky depending on the tides :-)

    Getting off a banca

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