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...
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.
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 :-)
Jeepneys, left over from the US occupation, are one of the main forms of transport around the Philippines.
Take a ride in a jeepney. You might be packed tightly in the back, but it certainly is a different experience than the air-conditioned taxis.
This the other oneThis the biggest transfortation in the Philippines and the speed ist quite faster that u can i magine. Try this one and u will feel that u flying on the air