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Manila Layover Tour: Overnight City sightseeing with Round-Trip Airport Transfer
"Immerse yourself in Manila’s past and present with this semi-independent tour including your choice of overnight accommodation in Makati with breakfast. Relax in the serene and tranquil ambience of the Y2 Residence Hotel amid dramatic black-and-white decor. Or upgrade to the 5-star luxury Fairmont Makati for a more spacious accomm"""Stay overnight in Manila in your choice of standard studio or deluxe accommodation and explore Makati and Old Manila on a half-day sightseeing tour. Meet your private guide in the morning or afternoon and receive an overview of Philippine history as you travel by air-conditioned vehicle to sites like Fort Santiago and the UNESCO-listed you can enjoy the flexibility of exploring at your own pace. This semi-independent experience includes breakfast and round-trip airport transfers."title=HL&1=Semi-independent+overnight+tour+with+hotel+accommodation+in+Manila&2=Hear+informative+commentary+from+a+professional+guide+on+a+morning+or+afternoon+half-day+tour&3=Enjoy+sightseeing+in+Manila+and+the+City+of+Makati+by+private+vehicle&4=Drive+t
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Manila Old and New: Sightseeing Tour Including Intramuros and Fort Santiago
"After pickup from your Manila hotel at your selected departure time embark on a fully guided sightseeing tour beginning in the heart of the country’s financial center -- Makati. Travel aboard an air-conditioned vehicle and drive along Ayala Boulevard stopping briefly at Nielson Tower home to the Filipinas Heritage Library. Then drive past Forbes Park an exclusive residential enclave dubbed ‘Millionaire's Row’ on your way to visit the American Cemetery and Memorial to pay tribute to the fallen soldiers of World War II.Continue to Old Manila via the scenic Roxas Boulevard
From $48.00
 
WWII and Corregidor Island: Historical Sightseeing Tour from Manila
"Departing from your Manila hotel in the morning your guide will take you by air-conditioned coach to the ferry dock where you’ll board the 1-hour ferry to Corregidor Island which guards the entrance to Manila Bay.Upon arrival board a sightseeing coach for a tour of the island. Nicknamed ‘the Rock’ this island provided the first line of defense for Filipino and American soldiers from the invading Japanese forces during WWII.You’ll first visit the Malinta Tunnel which was built by US engineers as a bomb-proof storage and hideout bunker and was later converted to a hospital. Explore the tunnel ruins and relive history during the Malinta Tunnel light and sound show
From $128.00

More Transportation in Subic

Hotel transfer bus may not be the best option.

I caught the Victory Liner bus from Manila to Olongapo bay which cost me 250 Pesos plus the cost of a trike (200Pesos-I think I paid too much for that) from the Victory Liner station in Olongapo to my...
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Splint
Feb 23, 2013

Free Shuttle Bus Service from Hotels

free shuttle service to and from the Royakl Subic Mall to various areas around the Subic Freeport like the hotels but again, you can only ride the shuttle bus when you are going to the Royal Subic...
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machomikemd
Jul 04, 2011

Travel By Car or SuV

the drive from Manila to Subic is now greatly reduced with a shorter travel time of only 2 to 2 1/2 hours instead of the 4 hour average before due to the renovation of the North Luzon Expressway and...
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machomikemd
Jul 04, 2011

Bring your own car........much BETTER

Its a necessity here that you have a car of your ownthere is no public vehicle inside the freezone....i havent seen any during my trip............and to get from one destination to another there are...
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paolodecastro
May 05, 2011

Use Your Private Vehicle

We always use our car whenever we go to Subic because it is more convenient. We have full control of our time, and we are more comfortable when we use our car.How to go to Subic: From Metro Manila,...
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cyndymc
Oct 19, 2009

Cavite to Subic

Starting point for this trip would be Bacoor Cavite. From Bacoor take Coastal road going to Macapagal Avenue and then EDSA. From EDSA just look for a sign that indicates the entrance to NLEX (North...
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vonster
Mar 16, 2009
 
 
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Getting to Subic (SBMA) via Public Transport

Hop on a Victory Liner Bus from Cubao and make sure to ask if there's an available bus that will use the SCTEX (Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway), the sign board infront of the bus would say “Olongapo...
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brownkoala
Mar 01, 2009

Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX)

It used to be that going to Subic freeport is a hassle since you will be passing the gapan-olongapo road in the San Fernando Exit of NLEX and it takes 2-2 /12 hours to get to Subic from here and this...
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machomikemd
Jul 16, 2008

SCTEX - Fastlane from Clark to Subic

Going to Subic from Manila, Pampanga or Tarlac is now hazzle-free with the opening of the SCTEX (Subic, Clark, Tarlac Expressway). It only took us 45 minutes (cruising at an average speed of 90kph) to...
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mikoykoy
Jun 12, 2008

Trip around SBMA!

Subic is a 1.5 hours trip from Pampanga.Transportation to this area is not accessible to public transport, so better gets your own car or hired a van to get you there and around or you can ride a...
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Kisses&Co
Apr 28, 2008

15 pesos vs 450. You choose.

I had an interesting experience this morning. I was trying to make my way the 25 or so km around Subic Bay to visit Ocean Adventure (see tip http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/t/1c0ba7/4/150fbd/0/)....
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GenuinelyCurious
Mar 25, 2008

winstarrrrRRRRing around SBMA

it's the only (lEgal) pubLIc transpo in going around SMBA. (they have taxis, big and mini buses, and l300's)going to these roUtes: CrowNpeak/cubi/triboa/feedeX/ industrial/airport kalayaan/royal duty...
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missmarianne
Mar 04, 2008

Yacht to the Island

This is your ride to get there in the Island fast and smooth it takes only for 15 minutes to get there so its not that boring to be inside of the yacht. Its clean inside and with this lavender color...
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namiewa
Sep 18, 2006

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" Treetop Adventure - I HAD A BLAST..........."
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"Subic Bay"
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missmarianne

"it started with one summer trip."
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"We Keep Coming Back To Subic!"
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"Take a break from stressful life in the city?!?"
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