Iloilo City Transportation

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Iloilo City Transportation

  • Tagbak Terminal

    To reach Gigantes, you may take the bus to Estancia at Tagbak Terminal, Iloilo which is about 35mins by taxi/car from the airport. Add 50pesos for metered Taxi and some 500 pesos from airport Cabatuan to the city. Another route will be to take the bus to Carles but most "bancas"/ passenger boat to Gigantes are in Estancia so it safer to take the...

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  • Van to and from Iloilo City center

    A cheaper alternative to taking a taxi to and from Iloilo City is taking a van. Once you get out of the Iloilo International Airport just go across to the parking lot and you will find a line of vans waiting to take passengers to the city for P50/pax. The van dislodges its passengers near SM Jaro. To get to the airport you can take the van from the...

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  • Tricycles

    Filipinos often don't want to go on long walks from point a to point b and hence there are many modes of transport available around the islands like the jeepneys, Trisikad, Kuliglig and the Tricycle. Iloilo City has quite a number of these local contraptions that you can hire anywhere and just wave your hand to hail them and you can hire them...

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  • Iloilo International Airport...

    "Iloilo International Airport (Arrival)" Iloilo City Transportation Tip by machomikemdIloilo International Airport with pictures of the Departure Area.The Iloilo International Airport is one of the most modern airport facilities in the Philippines and although it is designated as an International Airport, there is at present, no International...

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  • Iloilo International Airport (Arrival)

    Iloilo International Airport with pictures of the Arrival Area.The Iloilo International Airport is one of the most modern airport facilities in the Philippines and although it is designated as an International Airport, there is at present, no International Flight Coming and Going to the Airport. The area is the fourth busiest airport in the...

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  • Iloilo Jeepneys

    The Jeepneys at Iloilo City and Province are of a different design than the typical philippine jeepneys. The usual jeepney design is lots of gaily decorations and paintings around the jeep and extra trinkets around like horse statues in front or assorted car decals at the front of the jeepney whereas the Iloilo style of Jeepneys are less about the...

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  • Private Vans

    You Can rent private vans on a daily basis if you don't want to waste your time on riding the different mode of transport available going to and around Iloilo City and Province and Guimaras island. If you are on a budget or a back packer, then just take the jeepneys or taxis or the tricycles since they are cheaper but if you want to have more time...

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  • Philippine Airlines

    Philippine Airlines is the only legacy airline left in the philippines. Off course, flying domestic routes (like going here in Iloilo) via the airline is slightly more expensive than the other low cost carriers like Cebu Pacific or SEA AIR or Zest Air but you get more legroom, more baggage allowance, snacks served duing the flight and free water...

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  • Efficient ferry service.

    If you wish to go to Bacolod from Iloilo, I suggest you use the Supercat ferry. There are four sailings in either direction each day and the 204 seater craft is fast and comfortable, although legroom is slightly cramped, although it is not a major problem for the short crossing.When you enter the office in Iloilo the ticket office is on the right....

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  • Trike madness.

    I had arrived in Iloilo on a bus form Caticlan and was duly deposited on the bus station which is absolutely on the outskirts of the city. I have mentioned this practice all over Asia, and the only thing I can imagine is that the bike / trike / tuktuk / jeepney mafias exert some sort of control over the siting of these facilities, I can think of no...

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  • Manila - Iloilo - Manila via Cebu...

    Departure: Flight No.: Flight 5J - 459Manila (MNL) to Iloilo (ILO) NAIA Terminal 3; Iloilo International AirportDeparture: 21 January 2011, Friday,1820 HArrival: 21 January 2011, Friday,1925 H Return: Flight No.: Flight 5J - 460Iloilo (ILO) to Manila (MNL) Iloilo International Airport; NAIA Terminal 3Departure: 23 January 2011, Sunday,1955...

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  • Manila - Iloilo - Manila via Air Phil...

    FLIGHT INFORMATION 1 Adult: 1389.00 + taxes: 744.00 + Service Fee: 112.00 = 2245.00 PHP Departure InformationDepart: 05:50 PMArrive: 06:55 PMFri, 20 Jan 2012 Manila , PH (MNL) Fri, 20 Jan 2012 Iloilo , PH (ILO) Airphil Express Non-Stop / 2P 0953 Cabin: Economy / Airbus A320 Depart: 07:25 PMArrive: 08:30 PMSun, 22 Jan 2012 Iloilo , PH (ILO) Sun,...

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  • Guimaras Guide/Transport

    Gerald, our guide also acted as our photographer. I highly recommend him for his excellent service. He’s also a very honest guy & knows the area very well. His contact # is 0908-4748122. Be sure to contact him in advance coz he’s popular with tourists. He’s really a nice fellow. My husband commented that he’s a good driver. He charges P1000 for a...

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  • Iloilo jeepneys

    Iloilo jeepneys are different from the ones we have in Manila. The style, design and type. Jeepney is a good transportation around the city. We went around Iloilo city by it. There are signboards and helpful Ilonggo's so you will not get lost.

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  • Vans/Multicabs

    Vans are waiting just right outside the Iloilo international airport and the ride to Iloilo city will costs only P50.00. The terminal is in SM City Iloilo and from there you can take a cab to your destination. Vans going to the airport are also on the said mall.We took a cab from Iloilo City proper to the airport because we're in a hurry and we...

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  • Public Transportation in Style

    What is interesting in the Philippines is its public transportation means that come in various forms. Trains, buses, jeepneys, tricycles, pedicabs and even habal-habal (motorcycles using wooden platform that extend like wings for additional passengers) are all common transportation means in getting around and to the different places in the...

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  • Metered Taxi

    We had 3 different experiences with taxis:1) Arrival at Iloilo Airport: It was still dark so we asked the security guard where we could get a metered taxi. He pointed us to the desks of taxi companies at the right side. We learned only later on that they were booking agents for the metered taxi. We were told that we would pay the amount registered...

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  • Tricycles & "Trisikads"

    When travelling short distances, you may take a tricycle or "trisikad". The former is motor operated; the latter uses muscle power (manual pedaling of feet) of the driver. Tricycles ply mostly secondary roads going to subdivisions/communities. Some“trisikads” also ply the secondary roads and roads within subdivisions/communities. Fare is P10-35 per...

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  • "Passad" Jeepneys of Iloilo City

    The main modes of transportation within Iloilo City limits are the public utility jeepneys called "passad", white metered taxis and tricycles. At first, I thought the front desk staff said "Passat" when she was referring to the vehicle that we should take going to some destinations. I was familiar with Volkswagen's Passat so I thought she mentioned...

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  • Fly From Manila To Iloilo City

    We flew to Iloilo City via Zestair, availing of a promo fare. We spent P2,851.60 (including taxes) for 2 pax. Please refer to their website for prevailing fare and/or promo rate for Iloilo City. Prepare P200 terminal fee.

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  • Jeepney

    The Jeepney is the other main source of transport here. These are unique to the Philippines and some owners pimp their Jeepneys out to reflect their personalities. They are flagged like a taxi and people cram inside and also on the roof if needed. Very cheap, about 7-14 pesos

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  • Trikes

    Trikes, or tricycles are actually a small motorcycle or moped with a sidecar attached. It's only about 7 pesos per ride (14 cents) and as many people as possible cram into these. Seriously, I saw some that had 10 people hanging off every inch of the trike, even sitting on the roof.

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  • The new Iloilo Airport

    Very modern clean and manned by friendly and efficient people. The road to the city is clean and well-maintained but the trip is quite long: 30-45 mins. depending on the traffic.

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  • Affordable way to get around

    Like any other place, big and small in the Philippines, the most inexpensive way of going around is by jeepney. This vehicle was adapted to the jeeps used by American GIs during WW2. Now it has taken several versions, showcasing Filipino creativity and innovation all through these years. Iloilo boasts of its own artsy jeepneys.Taking a ride costs...

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  • GDR Taxi: Reliable taxi service

    A relatively new taxi company, they give the impression of professionalism in handling difficult customers like me. Their fleet of taxis, mostly Toyota Innovas are new, clean and driven by a well-dressed and knowledgeable driver. I also noticed the driver's defensive driving skills. When one haggles for a fixed rate and tried the meter for good...

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  • Roro coming from Bacolod City

    Island-hopping the Visayas Islands is easy and affordable with Roros plying the nearest point-to-point between islands. Coming from Bacolod and bound for Panay Island, Dumangas Port in Iloilo City is the nearest docking point. There are about 3 shipping companies serving the route. We took the Jomalia Shipping's M/V Mika Mari. It coud accomodate...

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  • Sleek jeepneys

    Yes, jeepneys are a uniquely Pinoy creation, and Ilonggos do take their jeepneys very seriously - going the extra mile in producing what could be the most modern and most upbeat version of this Pinoy road Icon.The jeepneys in Iloilo City are modern, sleek and simply fun to ride. Unlike their more colorful, more traditional Manila cousins, Iloilo...

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  • manila to iloilo city

    you can get to iloilo city by plane, boat, or by RORO. RORO: Philtranco and Bachelor offer RORO trips to iloilo. The RORO fare ranges from 1,100 to 1,200, these are aircon trips, excluding meals. If you decide to take the boat, Negros Navigation and WG&A offer trips to Iloilo. Both shipping companies have web sites: The boat fare prices ranges PHP...

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  • Jeepneys

    There are a lot of multi-colored and custom design jeepneys, as well as taxi, so there is no forseen problem in getting around iloilo. If you have problem in getting transportation, just contact me and i'll gladly show around.

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