Victory Liner Manila to Subic Bus: Schedule, Tickets, Fares and Booking

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If you are planning to commute to Subic from Manila, the cheapest and most readily available option you have is to take a bus to Olongapo City and then ride a jeepney or taxi to Subic. Victory Liner offers bus trips from Manila to Olongapo and vice versa.

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Bus schedule for Victory Liner Manila to Olongapo has a total of 4 trips within the day with the first trip at 4:00 AM and the last trip at 6:00 PM. From the Olongapo terminal, you can then opt to ride either a jeepney or taxi transporting you to Subic. Victory Liner buses from Manila to Olongapo are regular airconditioned buses, 45- to 49-seater airconditioned bus in 2×2 configuration, and with on-board television. Buses depart from Victory Liner Cubao terminal.

Travel time from Manila to Subic is approximately 2 to 4 hours.

Hotels & Resorts

  • DG Budget Hotel Salem
  • Nichols Airport Hotel
  • Kabayan Hotel Pasay
  • Horizon Hotel
  • Playa Papagayo
  • Subic Park Hotel

You can travel to Subic from Manila via bus to Olongapo and then from Olongapo you can ride a jeepney or rent a taxi to Subic. Fare rate ranges from PHP 230.00 to PHP 290.00 and travel time is approximately 2 to 4 hours.

For quick and convenient online booking of your bus ticket to Subic, visit bustickets.ph .

Victory Liner offers daily trips from Manila via their Cubao terminal to Olongapo City. The first trip is at 4:00 AM and the last trip at 6:00 PM. Fare rate is PHP 226.00. From Olongapo City terminal, you can opt to ride a jeepney or rent a taxi to transport you from Olongapo City to Subic Bay. Total travel time from Manila to Subic is approximately 2 to 4 hours.

Victory Liner started transporting passengers since the ’60s, and in the present is an institution in the provincial transport industry. Routes covered by Victory Liner includes Zambales, Pampanga, Bulacan and Northern Luzon which includes Benguet, Pangasinan, Bataan, Nueva Vizcaya, Kalinga, Isabela, and Cagayan. Victory Liner online booking is easily available at your fingertips.

Victory Liner Clark to Subic

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SUBIC OVERNIGHT ITINERARY for a Weekend Trip (2 Days/1 Night)

SUBIC OVERNIGHT ITINERARY for a Weekend Trip (2 Days/1 Night)

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Road tripping is probably the most convenient and safest way to travel especially now that the pandemic is not yet over. It will allow you to travel at your own pace and make stops whenever you need or want to. If you’re coming from Manila, one of the most popular road trip destinations is Subic.

In most conversations, Subic refers to the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ), which comprises parts of the municipality of Subic and Olongapo City in Zambales and Morong and Hermosa in Bataan. The former U.S. Navy Base is best known among tourists for its beaches, dive sites, waterparks, and other family-friendly attractions. There are also historic spots along the way. It has also made a name for itself as a shopping hotspot, thanks to the various outlet shops and duty free shopping stores around the area.

If you’re planning to go on a road trip to Subic with family, here are some of the attractions you can visit during an overnight trip. We got to visit these during the recent Subic leg of the NLEX Lakbay Norte. Keep reading to know more details about these attractions that you can include in your Subic itinerary.

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Holy Land Subic Sanctuary

For your first stop, spend a couple of hours at the Holy Land Sanctuary, a biblical theme park and a retreat and pilgrimage site for Catholics. It’s situated somewhere detached from most other attractions, so it’s a good idea to visit this first just to get it out of the way.

Holy Land Sanctuary Subic

Spanning a 15-hectare land along Tipo Expressway and adjacent to the Subic Freeport Sentry Gate, the property is an ancestral land of the Aetas that was leased and developed into Holy Land Sanctuary. In turn, the Aetas are receiving a percentage gross revenue sharing through SBMA (Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority) and they are also provided with jobs in the sanctuary.

Inside Holy Land Sanctuary are over 200 life-sized religious statues depicting the life of Jesus, local devotions, and international apparitions of Mary. The Stations of the Cross draw pilgrims here especially during Holy Week. You will also find a chapel called Chapel of Cana , a prayer wall, a coffee shop, and a souvenir shop here. There are also overnight accommodations at the retreat village if you wish to stay the night or have a guided retreat.

If you’ll visit here to do the way of the cross, don’t worry about getting lost because they will provide a map of the whole place so you’ll be guided where you need to go. If you can’t do a lot of walking or if you’re going with seniors, there are also shuttles that could take you around.

Opening Hours: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Location: Adjacent to Subic Freeport Tipo Main Entrance Gate, Tipo Expressway Entrance Fee: P350 – Regular, P280 – Students & Senior Citizens Room Rates: P4000/ room (up to 4pax) Breakfast: P300/head Lunch & Dinner: P350/head For reservation and inquiries, you may contact them at 09189380979 or 09064641945.

If you’re not a Roman Catholic or you’d rather visit somewhere else, you’ll find eco-trails like Pamulaklakin Forest Trail and El Kabayo Trail (and El Kabayo Waterfall) around the area. I’m just not sure if they’re open these days so please double check before you go. There are also wildlife observation spots around the area.

Tree Points Bistro

Tree Points Bistro Facade

Yes, tree not three. This restaurant and sports bar was named such because of the trees inside the restaurant. Instead of cutting them down, the owner decided to keep and incorporate the huge trees in the design of the place.

Tree Points Bistro serves a variety of dishes from Western fare like steaks, pizza, pasta, and burgers to Filipino dishes like lomi, beef mami, and champorado. They also offer coffee, smoothies, wine, and beer.

We got to try their pizza with a really thin crust and lots of cheese, which I loved. I also had one of their “Belly Buster” meals—the Tom Brady’s BBQ Belly, which is pork belly slathered with barbecue sauce and served with garlic rice. Their smoothies are perfect if you’re going for a meal on a hot summer day like we did.

Tree Points Bistro Subic Pizza

The restaurant is very spacious and has a lot of tables so even if you’re with a group, you don’t have to worry about the place feeling too crowded.

Opening Hours: 6:00 AM – 11:00 PM Location: Aguinaldo corner Raymundo St., Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Hotel Check-in

After a hearty lunch, it’s time to check in!

Subic Grand Harbour Hotel Subic Bay,

As a well-developed tourism hotspot, Subic harbors lots of accommodation options. As part of this edition of Lakbay Norte, we stayed at Subic Grand Harbour , which is a beach front hotel and resort. This is perfect for you if you want to stay close to the beach or if you’re interested in trying out water activities. You’ll find a water sports station just down the beach. It is also within the Central Business District so restaurants, cafes, and convenience stores are plenty.

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Subic Rolling Tour

The Subic Rolling Tour will take you around the Freeport zone. The tour usually starts at the Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center (SBECC) and will take you to the following sites:

  • Spanish Gate
  • Inang Laya Monument
  • Bat Kingdom
  • Duty Free shops

If you book this tour, a tour guide will lead you, as they share information about the different stops. However, note that the tour guide would have to ride with you in your vehicle during the rolling tour.

Bat Kingdom Subic

To book a rolling tour, you can send an email to [email protected] . In your email, indicate the date of your trip, name of the point person for your group, and mobile number.

Rates: P250 – Private Vehicle P500 – Coaster or Bus Note: There’s no fee for the tour guide, but you are encouraged to give your guide a tip. If you have inquiries, you may contact (047) 252 4049.

Subic Bay Yacht Cruise (Splurge Option)

Yacht Cruise Subic

You’re probably thinking: This is an expensive activity for a road trip, and… you’re right. It is pricey. But if you’re celebrating a special occasion or you’re with a big group and could split the cost, this could be worth it!

The yacht cruise would take you around the bay and treat you to the gorgeous view of the Subic horizon for 2 hours. You can also bring food and drinks on board, so you could have a party while on the cruise if you want.

They also offer a dinner cruise where you can enjoy steak and seafood while on the yacht. This is a great date idea if you’re going with your significant other.

Rates: Private Yacht Rental- P6000/hour (Minimum of 2 hours, up to 20 pax) Steak and Seafood Meal – P999/person (Optional)

Dinner Cruise P1950 (Steak & Seafood + 2 hour cruise) P1750 (Mixed Grill + 2 hour cruise)

Location: Subic Bay Yacht Club Rizal Highway Corner Burgos St., Subic Bay Freeport Zone For booking and inquiries, you may call La Banca Cruises at 0917 548 3218

Subic Bay Weekend Eco Market

Subic Weekend Eco Market

If a yacht cruise dinner is too over-the-top for you and you’d rather stay grounded, how about a visit to an eco market?

If you’re visiting Subic on a weekend, drop by the Subic Bay Weekend Eco Market, composed of various booths selling local products. You’ll also find stalls serving food.

Subic Weekend Eco Market Food Stalls

When we visited, there were booths selling handmade products like bags, baskets, and banigs (traditional mats) and food products like mushroom chips, yogurt and other dairy products, and fruit wines too!

Opening Hours: Weekends, 3:00 PM – 8:00 PM Location: Dewey Ave, Subic Bay Freeport Zone

After foraging through the weekend market, time to head back to the hotel for a well-deserved good night’s sleep!

Inflatable Island

For maximum fun time, gallop to the premier inflatable playground in the Philippines! Dubbed the biggest in Asia, the Inflatable Island in Subic features slides, bridges, towers, swings, human launchers, and more!

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This beachside floating island spans about 4,200 square meters and also includes other features such as Floating Zoo, Bali Lounge, Unicorn Island, and Samba Beach. The waterpark will get your adrenaline pumping now more than ever with its newly launched rides — the Unicornzilla and Vortex.

Actually, this isn’t part of our recent Lakbay Norte trip. But since there is a gap in our itinerary, we decided to fill it in with this. Besides, as one adage goes, one does not leave Subic without hitting the beach!

You can check Klook’s discounted rates for three packages: half-day pass, all-day pass, an all-day pass with lunch.

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Meat Plus Cafe

For today’s lunch, how about we steak to the classic?

Meat Plus Subic

Serving mostly steaks, Meat Plus Cafe started out as a store selling raw meat. But due to its wide popularity among the people in Subic, they eventually turned it into a restaurant. Their setup here is a bit different compared to other steak restaurants. The order process is similar to a fast food restaurant where you would line up at the counter, order your food, pay, and then find a table and wait for your order to be served. They also have a freezer where you can choose your own steak and have it cooked for a fee.

Aside from steaks, they also have ribs, burgers, chicken, salmon, and pasta on their menu. Salads, soups, sides, and dessert options are also available. We were told that one of the popular items on their menu is the potato skins, which we tried while waiting for our steaks. It was very crunchy and comes with a sour cream and a cheese dip.

For the main course, I had their ribeye steak and it was very tender. Their steak meals come with rice and vegetables, but you can also opt to just have either of the two. You can also order your steak according to your preferred doneness.

Opening Hours: Mondays-Thursdays, 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM; Fridays-Sundays, 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM. Location: Sampson Rd, Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Royal Duty Free

You’ve probably made a stop here as part of the Rolling Tour, but if you ran out of time, there’s no shame in returning for good deals!

Royal Duty Free Subic

One of the most popular things to do in Subic is shopping. There are a lot of outlet shops and duty free stores here. If you’re looking for pasalubong or just shopping for yourself, head over to Royal Duty Free , where you can find both local and foreign products from food, clothes, toys, and more.

Royal Duty Free Shops Subic Chocolates

If you’re planning to shop here, keep in mind that the prices of products are in USD, but once you checkout, you can pay in peso. They accept cash, card, GCash, and PayMaya payments.

Opening Hours: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM Locations: Palm Street, Subic Bay Freeport Zone Manila Avenue, cor. Canal Road, Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Sample SUBIC Itinerary

Here’s the summary of the overnight itinerary above.

DAY 1 6:00 AM – Departure from Manila 9:00 AM – Holy Land Sanctuary 11:30 AM – Lunch at Tree Points Bistro 1:00 PM – Hotel check-in 2:30 PM – Subic Rolling Tour 4:30 PM – Free Time or Yacht Cruise 7:00 PM – Subic Bay Weekend Eco Market 09:00 PM – Back to hotel

DAY 2 7:00 AM – Breakfast, Hotel checkout 8:00 AM – Inflatable Island or another activity 11:00 AM – Lunch at Meat Plus 01:00 PM – Shopping 04:00 PM – Departure

How to Get to Subic

Manila to subic by car.

Driving from Manila to Subic takes 2.5 to 4 hours depending on the traffic conditions. The journey is very convenient because the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) connect Metro Manila to Subic.

Navigating should not be a problem. From Manila, enter NLEX and drive along the expressway until you reach the exit to SCTEX. Take the SCTEX Exit and continue driving to SBMA.

Nearest Airport

If you’re flying in from outside the country or other destinations in the Philippines, the nearest airport from Subic is the Clark International Airport (CRK) located in Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga.

New Clark Airport

Clark International Airport has opened its New Terminal Building last May 2 and all flights will now depart and arrive in this terminal. The new terminal has modern designs and technologically advanced features that are very suitable in the current times. The airport’s interior is very modern and bright with a wood ceiling and floor to ceiling windows that will treat passengers to a view of Mount Arayat.

New Clark International Airport

One of the key features are the contactless airport procedures including their self check-in counters and self bag drop. Although this is not new to airports in general, this is an upgrade from the old terminal. For their self check-in counters, you also have the option to access it through your mobile device by scanning a QR code if you’re cautious about touching the screen.

Clark to Subic by Car

If you’re driving from Clark, take SCTEX and follow the road signs leading to SBMA/Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Travel time is around 45 minutes, depending on the traffic situation.

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MANILA to SUBIC Bus Schedules & Fares

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A few years ago, Subic was one of the go-to destinations of weekend warriors from Manila. That’s not to say that Subic isn’t a destination worth visiting anymore. Despite the many new destinations that have gotten the attention of tourists in recent years, Subic still has its charms.

Also known as the Subic Economic and Freeport Zone or Subic Bay , Subic encompasses a part of Olongapo City and the town of Subic in Zambales. Its proximity to Metro Manila is one of the reasons why it became a go-to destination for those looking for a quick escape from the city life. But apart from that, Subic also has plenty of things to offer to its visitors. Great resorts and beaches await you here. And as a bonus, there are various shopping outlets here!

Nowadays, aside from beach bumming and getting some retail therapy, Subic has more attractions for different types of travelers. If you’re traveling with family, there are theme parks and adventure parks to visit. For nature lovers, you can go on guided treks and jungle survival tours. Meanwhile, adrenaline junkies will have field day with extreme water sports and wreck diving .

If you’re considering making a trip to Subic, it is also possible to take a bus from Manila to get there. Here are the Manila to Subic Bus Schedules from reputable bus operators and their respective fares.

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Victory Liner

Victory Liner is one of the biggest bus companies in the country. They have routes from Manila to Central and Northern Luzon . Among their most popular routes are routes from Manila to Baguio, Pangasinan, La Union, Zambales, and Pampanga. But their roots can be traced back to Olongapo with Manila to Olongapo being the first route they plied in 1945. If you’re bound for Subic from Manila, hop on a Victory Liner bus!

Here is the trip schedule of Victory Liner buses from Manila to Olongapo. You may choose to board from their Pasay, Cubao, Sampaloc, or Caloocan Terminal.

Note: This schedule may change without prior notice. You may check Victory Liner’s Official Facebook page for the updated schedule. You can also book your tickets in advance online through Victory Liner official website .

Pasay to Olongapo

Pasay Terminal Schedules Victory Liner

Inner Cities (Aircon Bus)

As of: 24 April 2024

Fare: P230-380 Note: These buses usually make a stop at the San Fernando terminal and/or Dau transportation hub in Pampanga.

Cubao to Olongapo

Cubao Terminal Schedules Victory Liner

Express (Aircon Bus)

Fare: P375-385 Note: These buses usually take the SCTEX via Dau in Pampanga to get to Victory Liner terminal in Olongapo.

Fare: P285-290 Note: These buses usually make a stop at the San Fernando terminal in Pampanga.

Sampaloc to Olongapo

Sampaloc Terminal Schedules Victory Liner

As of: 25 March 2024

Caloocan to Olongapo

Caloocan Terminal Schedules Victory Liner

Fare: P375-380 Note: These buses usually take the SCTEX via Dau in Pampanga to get to Victory Liner terminal in Olongapo.

Fare: P280-285 Note: These buses usually make a stop at the San Fernando terminal in Pampanga.

Genesis Transport

Another provincial bus company that ferries passengers from Manila to Central and Northern Luzon is Genesis Transport. Their key destinations include Baguio, Cabanatuan, and Baler. Genesis Transport also operates point to point buses from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) or Manila Airport to Clark. As for their Olongapo routes , passengers may board either from their Cubao or their Pasay terminal.

Here are Genesis Transport’s Manila to Subic Bus schedules:

Note: Trip schedules may change without prior notice. Please check Genesis Transport’s Official Facebook page for the updated schedule prior to your trip. You can also book your tickets online via iWantSeats and Pinoy Travel .

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  • 2:00 AM – 12:00 PM (bus leaves every 2 hours)
  • 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM (bus leaves every hour)

Where to Stay in Subic

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Subic has a variety of hotels and resorts. Whether you want to stay on a beach front resort or a hotel that’s closer to restaurants and shops, you’ll surely find one that fits your taste. To help you with your travel plans, here are some of the highly-rated hotels that you can consider for your trip to Subic.

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If you want more suggestions with more details about each hotel, you can also check our Top 10 Hotels & Resorts Along Subic Bay article.

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2024.05.02 – Updated to reflect changes in Victory Liner bus schedules and fares; added Sampaloc and Caloocan Victory Liner terminals and details 2024.02.08 – First uploaded

Written by: Mariah Cruz Additional Writing by: Astrid Alvarez

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  • Buses $ 6.00
  • Flights $ 130.86
  • Taxis $ 111.76
  • Trains are not available
  • Ferries are not available
  • Vans are not available

Facts about the transport from Manila to Subic Bay

Popular routes, from manila.

  • Manila → Cebu
  • Manila → Baguio
  • Manila → Boracay
  • Manila → Palawan
  • Manila → El Nido
  • Cebu → Manila
  • Davao → Manila
  • Coron → Manila
  • Baguio → Manila
  • Bacolod → Manila

From Subic Bay

  • Subic Bay → Manila
  • Subic Bay → Manila Airport
  • Subic Bay → Davao
  • Subic Bay → Bacolod
  • Subic Bay → Cebu Pier 3

To Subic Bay

  • Makati → Subic Bay
  • Manila Airport → Subic Bay
  • Baguio → Subic Bay
  • Clark International Airport → Subic Bay
  • Cebu → Subic Bay

Popular Routes in Philippines

  • Cebu → Bohol
  • Puerto Princesa → El Nido
  • Oslob → Cebu

How to get from Manila to Subic Bay

When you want to get from Manila to Subic Bay, you have a few options to consider. Traveling between these destinations is possible by different means of transport:

If you’re looking for a quick trip, it’s recommended that you use Taxi. However, if you’d rather take your time with a slower, more affordable travel option, you can book a Flight ticket.

The cost of travel will depend on the means of transport you choose for your trip. A taxi ticket is the most expensive option - it will cost you about USD 175.00 . If you want to save on transportation, it’s better to take a bus as a bus ticket costs as low as USD 6.00 .

How far is Manila from Subic Bay?

If you’re traveling by land, it’s important to know the distance from Manila to Subic Bay. Your trip will be a total of 63 miles (100 km). The flying distance is 63 miles (100 km).

How long does it take to get from Manila to Subic Bay?

The travel time from Manila to Subic Bay can vary depending on the mode of transportation you choose. All things considered, the whole journey should take from 2 to 7 hours.

How much does it cost to get from Manila to Subic Bay?

The cost of the trip from Manila to Subic Bay varies according to what means of transport you choose for your journey. The most affordable operator is Victory Liner: travelling by bus expect to pay as low as USD 6.00 for your ticket.

However, if you’re after more upscale travel . The most expensive variant is to opt for a taxi - a one-way taxi ticket can cost as much as USD 175.00 .

Here is a chart of the average ticket prices and transportation options available from Manila to Subic Bay:

  • Bus tickets - USD 6.00 to USD 6.42 ;
  • flight price: USD 130.86 . From Manila to Subic Bay starting from 11:45 Manila Airport until 11:45 Manila Airport

You can order a taxi, too - an estimated cost of the ride is from USD 111.76 to USD 174.99 .

How many trips per day are there between Manila and Subic Bay?

Depending on your choice of transportation, the number of daily trips varies.

  • Buses start plying the route from 01:00 - you can also take a bus as late as 22:30. There are 36 available bus trips every day.
  • Taxis are a good option to consider for this route, too. Book a cab to take you from Manila to Subic Bay any time of the day.

Which means of transport is the best for the route?

How to choose the most convenient way of travel from Manila to Subic Bay? In order to make your choice of transportation easier, we asked 1000 users to range their preferences for this route. Here are the results of the poll:

  • 95% decided to go for a bus.
  • 3% chosen flight
  • 2% decided to catch a taxi.
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Manila to Subic Olongapo Bus Schedule 2023

Zambales is such a huge province that it can take you anywhere from 2 to 5 hours to get to one of its municipalities. The borders of Zambales span Bataan, Tarlac, Pampanga, and Pangasinan. If you’re familiar with Philippine geography, you’ll know that’s a LOT of ground to cover!

Manila to Subic Olongapo bus

Table of Contents

  • 1 How to get from Manila to Subic
  • 2.1 Saulog Transit PITX to Olongapo
  • 2.2 Saulog Transit Pasay to Olongapo
  • 2.3 Saulog Transit Olongapo to Pasay
  • 2.4 Victory Liner Cubao to Olongapo
  • 2.5 Victory Liner Caloocan to Olongapo
  • 2.6 Victory Liner Pasay to Olongapo
  • 2.7 Victory Liner Sampaloc to Olongapo
  • 3 Related Destinations

From Manila, one of the fastest areas to reach Zambales is Subic, Olongapo. Known for its beaches, theme parks, casinos, and golf courses, Subic caters to all kinds of travelers. We detail commute directions for how to get to Subic, Olongapo from Manila, and the bus schedules you can catch.

How to get from Manila to Subic

Manila to Subic by private car should take about 2 hours and 45 minutes. You can head directly to your destination without any delays. Looking for a car to rent? Check for rates here .

Expect a longer travel time if you plan to commute via public bus. Ride a Victory Liner or Saulog Transit bus bound for Olongapo from Metro Manila. Better to book bus tickets to Olongapo in advance so you can leave at your preferred departure time. The bus fare ranges from 300 to 400 PHP.

Get off at Olongapo City’s Bus Terminal. Once there, you can take a jeep to Subic. Taxis are also available and can drive you to a specific location in Subic.

Manila to Olongapo Bus Schedule

Saulog transit pitx to olongapo.

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Saulog Transit Pasay to Olongapo

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Victory Liner Sampaloc to Olongapo

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Are you planning a trip to the beautiful Subic Bay but not sure how to get there from Clark Airport? Look no further! This ultimate guide is here to help you navigate the journey from Clark Airport to Subic Bay with ease. Whether you prefer a quick and convenient taxi ride or a more adventurous bus journey, we have all the information you need to ensure a smooth and hassle-free travel experience. So sit back, relax, and let us guide you on the best way to reach Subic Bay from Clark Airport.

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Clark International Airport, also known as Clark Airport or CRK, is a major gateway to the Philippines located in the Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga. It is a popular choice for travelers, especially those heading to Subic Bay, due to its proximity and accessibility.

To help you navigate through Clark Airport and make your way to Subic Bay, here is an overview of the airport and the available transportation options:

Arrival at Clark Airport:

  • After disembarking from your flight, follow the signs and proceed to the immigration counters for passport control.
  • Once you have cleared immigration, collect your baggage from the designated carousel.
  • Proceed to the customs area for inspection, if required.
  • Exit the customs area and enter the arrival hall.

Transportation options:

  • Taxi: At the arrival hall, you will find a taxi stand where you can easily hire a taxi to Subic Bay. The journey takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic conditions. Make sure to negotiate the fare with the driver before getting in the taxi, and it is advisable to have Philippine Pesos on hand for payment.
  • Shuttle service: Some hotels and resorts in Subic Bay offer shuttle services for airport transfers. It is recommended to check with your chosen accommodation in advance to see if they provide this service. This option offers convenience and may be more cost-effective if you are traveling with a group.
  • Car rental: If you prefer to have more control over your transportation, you can rent a car at Clark Airport. There are several car rental companies available, and it is advisable to book in advance to ensure availability. This option allows you to explore Subic Bay at your own pace, but be aware of the local traffic rules and regulations.

Important considerations:

  • Currency exchange: It is advisable to have some Philippine Pesos on hand for your journey to Subic Bay. There are currency exchange counters available at Clark Airport where you can convert your foreign currency.
  • Traffic conditions: Keep in mind that traffic conditions in the Philippines, particularly in Manila and its surrounding areas, can be unpredictable. Factor in some extra time for your travel, especially during peak hours or on weekends when traffic congestion may occur.
  • Airport facilities: Clark Airport offers various facilities for passengers, including ATMs, restaurants, and duty-free shops. If you have some spare time before your transportation arrangement, you can explore the airport and make use of these amenities.

With this overview, you should now have a better understanding of how to navigate through Clark Airport and travel to Subic Bay. Remember to plan ahead, consider the available transportation options, and enjoy your journey to this beautiful destination.

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If you're travelling to Subic Bay in the Philippines and landing at Clark Airport, let me guide you through the transportation options available to make your journey smooth and hassle-free.

Airport Shuttle:

The easiest and most convenient option is to take an airport shuttle. Several shuttle services operate between Clark Airport and Subic Bay. You can book a shuttle in advance or upon arrival at the airport. These shuttles offer comfortable seating, air-conditioning, and sometimes even Wi-Fi.

Private Car Rental:

Another option is to rent a car from one of the many car rental companies that have counters at the airport. This option provides you with the most flexibility, allowing you to explore the area at your own pace. However, keep in mind that driving in the Philippines may be challenging for foreigners due to different driving rules and road conditions.

Public Bus:

If you prefer a more budget-friendly option, you can take a public bus from Clark Airport to Subic Bay. The bus terminal is located near the airport, and buses run regularly throughout the day. However, be prepared for a longer journey as the bus makes several stops along the way.

Taxis are available at the airport, and you can easily hire one to take you to Subic Bay. However, be cautious and make sure to use the official airport taxis to avoid being overcharged. Negotiate the fare beforehand or ask the driver to use the meter.

Ride-Sharing Apps:

Ride-sharing apps like Grab are also a popular and convenient option in the Philippines. Download the app, book your ride, and a driver will pick you up from the airport and take you to Subic Bay. It's recommended to have a local SIM card or access to Wi-Fi to use these apps.

No matter which transportation option you choose, it's always a good idea to plan ahead and check for any schedule changes, especially if you have a tight itinerary or are arriving late at night. Additionally, consider booking in advance, especially during peak travel seasons, to ensure availability.

Overall, getting from Clark Airport to Subic Bay is relatively straightforward, and with a little preparation, you'll be able to reach your destination comfortably and enjoy your time in beautiful Subic Bay.

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Subic Bay, located approximately 85 kilometers northwest of Manila, is a popular tourist destination in the Philippines. It is known for its beautiful beaches, water sports activities, and historical sites. If you are flying into Clark Airport and planning to visit Subic Bay, there are several transportation options available to you. Here is a detailed guide on how to travel from Clark Airport to Subic Bay.

One of the easiest and most convenient ways to get from Clark Airport to Subic Bay is by taking an airport shuttle. Upon arrival at the airport, you will find several shuttle services available outside the terminal. Look for the signs or ask the airport staff for assistance. These shuttles operate on a fixed schedule and provide comfortable, air-conditioned transportation directly to Subic Bay. The journey takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic conditions. It is advisable to book your shuttle in advance to ensure availability, especially during peak travel seasons.

Taxis are readily available at Clark Airport, and you can easily find them at the designated taxi stands outside the terminal. However, taking a taxi from Clark Airport to Subic Bay may be more expensive compared to other options. Make sure to negotiate the fare with the driver before starting your journey to avoid any surprises. It is advisable to choose a reputable taxi company or book a ride through a reliable ride-hailing app to ensure your safety and convenience.

If you prefer a more economical option, you can take a public bus from Clark Airport to Subic Bay. From the airport, you need to take a taxi or a tricycle to the Dau Bus Terminal, which is approximately 10 to 15 minutes away. At the terminal, look for buses bound for Olongapo City or Subic Bay. These buses are available throughout the day and operate on a regular schedule. The journey by bus takes around 2 to 3 hours, depending on the traffic. Once you reach Olongapo City, you can take a local jeepney or taxi to reach your destination in Subic Bay.

Renting a Car:

If you prefer the flexibility of having your own transportation, you can also rent a car at Clark Airport. Several car rental companies have counters at the airport where you can make arrangements. Renting a car gives you the freedom to explore Subic Bay at your own pace and visit nearby attractions. However, keep in mind that driving in the Philippines can be challenging, especially if you are not familiar with the local traffic rules and road conditions. It is advisable to have a valid international driving license and a GPS navigation system to make your journey more comfortable and convenient.

In conclusion, there are several transportation options available for traveling from Clark Airport to Subic Bay. Choose the option that suits your budget, time, and preferences. Whether it is an airport shuttle, taxi, public bus, or renting a car, you can easily reach Subic Bay and start enjoying its breathtaking scenery and attractions. Remember to plan your journey in advance, considering factors such as travel time, availability, and safety. Happy travels!

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Traveling from Clark Airport to Subic Bay can be a convenient and hassle-free experience if you plan ahead and follow a few simple tips and recommendations. Here are some tips to help make your journey smooth and enjoyable:

  • Arrange Transportation in Advance: Before arriving at Clark Airport, it is advisable to book your transportation to Subic Bay in advance. This can be done through various online platforms or by contacting local transportation companies. By doing this, you can guarantee a timely and reliable mode of transportation upon your arrival.
  • Choose the Right Mode of Transportation: There are several transportation options available for traveling from Clark Airport to Subic Bay. The most popular options include taxis, private vans, and shuttle services. Taxis are readily available outside the airport terminal, but they can be more expensive compared to other options. Private vans and shuttle services are usually cheaper and can accommodate larger groups of travelers, making them more suitable for families or groups traveling together.
  • Consider the Distance and Travel Time: The distance between Clark Airport and Subic Bay is approximately 50 kilometers, and the travel time can vary depending on traffic conditions. On average, the journey takes around 1-2 hours. It is recommended to factor in extra time for traffic delays, especially during peak travel hours.
  • Be Aware of Toll Fees: When traveling from Clark Airport to Subic Bay, you will encounter toll booths along the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX). Make sure to have enough cash or an electronic toll payment device (such as an RFID) to pay the toll fees. It is always helpful to keep some small bills on hand for this purpose.
  • Check for Transit Point Options: Depending on your preferred mode of transportation, there may be transit points along the way where you can take a break, use restroom facilities, or grab a quick snack. It is a good idea to research these transit points beforehand to plan for any necessary stops during the journey.
  • Consider Luggage Space and Safety: When choosing your mode of transportation, consider the amount of luggage you will be carrying. If you have bulky or numerous bags, it is advisable to opt for a larger vehicle with ample luggage space. Additionally, make sure to secure your belongings properly during the journey to ensure their safety.
  • Stay Updated on Traffic Information: Traffic conditions can change throughout the day, so it is a good practice to stay updated on the latest traffic information. Check online traffic updates or consult with your transportation provider to get real-time information on road conditions. This will help you plan your journey more effectively and avoid potential delays.

By following these tips and recommendations, you can ensure a smooth and comfortable journey from Clark Airport to Subic Bay. With proper planning and the right mode of transportation, you can enjoy your trip without any unnecessary stress or setbacks.

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There are several transportation options available to travel from Clark Airport to Subic Bay. You can take a taxi, hire a private car, or use a bus or van service.

The travel time from Clark Airport to Subic Bay varies depending on the mode of transportation and traffic conditions. On average, it takes about 1 to 2 hours by car or taxi, and 2 to 3 hours by bus or van.

The cost of traveling from Clark Airport to Subic Bay depends on the transportation option you choose. Taxis and private cars usually charge a fixed rate or metered fare, while bus and van services have fixed ticket prices. On average, you can expect to spend around PHP 1,000 to PHP 2,000 ($20 to $40) for a one-way trip.

Yes, there are direct bus and van services available at Clark Airport that can take you directly to Subic Bay. These services usually operate on a scheduled basis and have designated pick-up and drop-off points. It is recommended to check the schedule and book in advance.

If you prefer a more flexible and personalized option, you can also consider hiring a private car or using ride-hailing services like Grab or Uber. These services allow you to have more control over the travel itinerary and provide door-to-door transportation from Clark Airport to Subic Bay.

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According to Soriano, The Master Chief: Subic Bay will delve deeper into the challenges faced by Filipino sailors in the U.S. Navy during the 1980s. The second instalment will follow the journey of Wilfredo Tabalon as he navigates the hardships of earning respect and overcoming racial tensions while pursuing his dreams of advancement in the Navy.

After appearing in Soriano’s earlier film The Wedding Hustler , Evangelista is set to reunite with the actor-director again on The Master Chief: Subic Bay . Evangelista has starred in TV series I Left My Heart in Sorsogon , My Korean Jagiya and feature film Mano Po 6: A Mother’s Love . She is represented by Sparkle, the talent agency owned by the Philippines’ GMA Network.

Mark De Leon, who was part of the U.S. Navy for 11 years, will serve as director of photography of The Master Chief: Subic Bay . He directed and shot the feature film Revelry and also worked as a co-cinematographer for an episode of UNUM: The Series .

“ The Master Chief: Subic Bay not only celebrates the determination and perseverance of Filipino sailors but also honors the legacy of individuals like retired Command Master Chief Leopoldo Albea, whose remarkable achievements serve as a source of inspiration,” said Soriano.

He added that managing the budget to make a military movie as an independent filmmaker proved to be a major challenge for the first film, but credited his team as well as the work of his wife, Hillary Soriano, who served as executive producer.

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Cerberus Capital Management (Cerberus) is rebuilding Subic Bay’s shipbuilding capacity as it intends to hire 2,000 workers after firming a long-term lease agreement with Agila Subic Compass (Agila Subic), in partnership with leading maritime manufacturer HD Korea Shipbuilding and Offshore Engineering (HD Hyundai KSOE).

The multi-lease agreement is for the establishment of an offshore wind platform for renewable energy production.

“When we acquired the Hanjin facility two years ago, we set out to revitalize the shipyard, repurpose the site into a multi-use facility, and bring thousands of jobs to the Subic Bay region,” said Cerberus senior managing director and Cerberus Frontier co-head Alexander Benard.

“We’re pleased to take the next step in delivering on that vision by partnering with a premier global shipbuilding and offshore engineering company to make a substantial commitment to the future of Subic Bay and its surrounding communities,” he said.

Cerberus announced the agreement at a commemorative event at Malacañang on Tuesday with President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. in attendance.

The agreement is expected to create thousands of jobs, and result in substantial capital investments to upgrade and renovate the facility. HD Hyundai KSOE is expected to commence site preparations in the near-term and aims to start operations within the next 12 to 18 months.

Benard underscored the investments of HD Hyundai KSOE as a historic milestone for the country in its efforts to revitalize major maritime manufacturing operations in the Philippines.

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“We are grateful for the support of the Philippine government, the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority as well as the US and Korean governments in helping make this partnership with HD Hyundai KSOE a reality,” said Mark Millan, general manager of Agila Subic.

HD Korea shipbuilding and offshore engineering chief executive Sungjoon Kim bared HD Hyundai’s plans to build a state-of-the-art maritime complex capable of handling offshore wind structures, ship block fabrication, ship repairs and other services.

“This initiative represents a major opportunity to create jobs and reinvigorate the local economy, which will help to further establish the Philippines as a global maritime powerhouse,” he said.

The entry of HD Hyundai into the local maritime space is also expected to attract more foreign investments and pave the way for the transfer of world-class skills, knowledge and expertise to the Philippine labor force.

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