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WWII Historical Landmarks Day Tour of Bataan from Manila
"After pickup from your metro Manila hotel we will travel 2.5 hours by car to Bataan to visit the following historically significant WWII landmarks before returning to Manila.First Line of Defense Marker at Dinalupihan Bataan Tourism Center and Museum Fall of Bataan Bataan Battle of Trail 2 Capot Hill and Final Battle Site at Pilar Mt. Samat and Shrine of Valor at Pilar Dambana ng Kagitingan Museum at Pilar KM 0 Death March Marker in Bagac Philippine-Japanese Friendship M"""The mention of Bataan rings a memorable chord in the heart of every Filipino. It is today a symbol of democracy and freedom having been the last fortress of Filipino-American soldiers against the Japanese forces until it fell captive on April 9 1942. Bataan has had more than its share of significant historical events. In 1647 the Dutch naval forces perpetrated the Abucay Massacre
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Boracay Island Hopping
"We will pick you up from your requested hotel and take you to the boats departure point. You will have plenty of time in the day to lie back and relax on deserted beaches or go snorkeling and experience our amazing array of tropical fish. Whatever you do this will no doubt be one of your highlights from your trip to the Philippines. Depending on tides and weather conditions we will visit the following spots; Crystal Cove Crocodile Island West Cove Puka Beach Balinghai Beach and Magic island.   A buffet lunch is included and refreshing drinks are also available and snorkeling equipment is free of charge. Crystal Cove is a private Island and there is a small charge not included which will need to ""
From $26.00
 
"Art and Culture Tour from Manila: Angono Caves
"Art and Culture Tour from Manila: Angono Caves Nemiranda Arthouse and Blanco Museum ""After pickup from your Manila hotel take an exhilarating trip back in time to the idyllic town of Angono located between the hills of Antipolo and famous Laguna de Bay.With your guide stop at the Nemiranda Arthouse an art gallery operated by renowned painter Nemi Miranda
From $118.00

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Jeepney

Public transportation will never be a problem. Jeepneys are everywhere. Just make sure to read the sign boards to where it is going to; 8Php is the minimum fare for 5-10 km. It’s also a practical way...
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Taxi

From airpoirt, it’s kinda difficult to find a taxi going to the city proper so patience is all you need. Same thing happens, when you have to catch your flight so I suggest, you’d better leave the...
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Travel by Bus

I usually go with my local friend when I visit their place so I have to ride the bus like he used to do. It takes 14 hours of travel time from Manila to Naga Terminal so we usually take the night trip...
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Travel By Air

The most common mode of transportation to get to Naga is by airplane as it saves time, convenient but the cost is a little pricey. You can book online through www.cebupacificair.com,...
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Metered Taxi X 2 (?!)

As we walked out of the Naga Airport (which is actually in Pili, not Naga City), we saw men holding up placards saying :"Metered Taxi To Naga City" "Metered Taxi to Any Point". We called one. He got...
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Car Rental

Since all the other taxis have gone, I asked an airport employee where else we could get a ride. "Ms. Nitz" of the Baggage Section of the airport helped us find a car which could bring us to Naga...
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Public Utility Jeepneys

The Philippine jeepney is very much in sight in Naga City, plying the national road into the business district. In fact, from the Pili Airport, one can take a "padyak" to the highway, then take a...
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"Padyak"

"Padyak" is an alternative ride for short distances. Unlike the tricycle driver who drives a motorcycle attached to a sidecar, the "padyak" driver pedals his way to move the sidecar attached to his...
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Tricycle

Going around Naga City is easy. You just have to hail a tricycle and tell the driver where you'd like to go. Minimum fare is P7/pax. For special trips like when we hired one to bring us to the...
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Fly!

We went to Naga City via Cebu Pacific; we availed of their promo price. From Manila, the flight is only about 45-50 minutes. Manila-Naga-Manila route is serviced by Air Philippines, Cebu Pacific and...
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The mighty little tricycle

This little vehicle can hold up to eight people (depending on size); four inside, plus a child (5), then three outside (including the driver). ---the lesser the people the better. ;D It's safer that...
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The perfect vehicle for a laid back city

Naga is practically a safe city to bike around. Yes, there are those hoodlums here and there, but they are only few...very, very few. The traffic is also good (well, except at night) so it's okay to...
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Isarog Line Express Transport, Inc.

Going to Naga, Pia and I rode the Lazy Boy tourist bus. As the name implies, the seats are wide, leaving lots of elbow room. You can really recline the chair and you've got lots of space to move....
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Route to Naga City

Coming from Manila you can reach Naga City by taking the South Luzon Expressway.Here are the places that you will pass through:Santo TomasTanauanAlaminosSan...
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Magsaysay Drive, Naga, 4400, Philippines
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"The Beautiful, wonderful city of Camarines Sur"
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"Naga City"
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"Pilgrimage to Naga City"
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"Naga City - Our Lady of Penafrancia Shrine"
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