How to get to Nasugbu from Manila?

How to get to Nasugbu, Batangas

  1. There are direct buses from Manila to Nasugbu in Buendia Terminal via DLT Bus or BSC Bus Terminal in EDSA-Taft, Pasay.
  2. Travel time is about 3 to 4 hours.
  3. Fare is from PHP 160 – 200.
  4. Stop at Jollibee in Nasugbu or Evercrest (if you want to hike first)

How do I commute to Nasugbu?

The cheapest way to get from Manila to Nasugbu is to bus which costs ₱100 – ₱280 and takes 3h 2m. What is the fastest way to get from Manila to Nasugbu? The fastest way to get from Manila to Nasugbu is to taxi which takes 1h 36m and costs ₱1,500 – ₱1,800.

How can I go to Lian Batangas from Manila commute?

Option 1

  1. Take a bus bound for SM MOA/Pasay.
  2. Alight at MRT-EDSA Taft Station.
  3. From Manila near MRT-EDSA Taft Station, take a bus bound for Calatagan.
  4. Get off at the intersection to Matabungkay Beach in Lian, Batangas.
  5. Ride or charter a tricycle to Matabungkay Beach.

How can I go to Anilao Batangas from Manila?

How to Get to Anilao from Manila

  1. Take bus going to Batangas City. Alight at the Grand Terminal.
  2. Ride a jeepney to Anilao. Get off at the final stop, the Mabini Multi-purpose Port (aka Anilao Port).
  3. Take a tricycle to your resort.

How do I get from Lobo Batangas to Manila commute?


  1. To get to Lobo Batangas from Manila, take a bus bound for Batangas Grand Terminal in Buendia.
  2. At Batangas Grand Terminal, ride the jeepney en route to Bayan.
  3. Walk for a few minutes and cross to Don Ramos.
  4. Ride the jeepney to Lobo Batangas town proper.

Is Anilao in Mabini Batangas?

Anilao is one of the most popular beach destinations in Batangas. Located in the Municipality of Mabini, it is considered as “Luzon’s Prime Diving Destination” because of its rich underwater treasures.

How much does it cost to dive in Batangas?

For those experienced and certified divers, this Anilao Batangas dive resort offers a 2-dive package for solo divers (PHP 7,200) and groups (PHP 3,750/person). If you feel like going for more, additional dives cost PHP 1,875/dive/person.

How do I get to Calatagan?


  1. Take a bus bound for SM MOA/Pasay.
  2. Alight at MRT-EDSA Taft Station.
  3. From Manila near MRT-EDSA Taft Station, take a bus bound for Calatagan. Buses to Calatagan depart daily from 4:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Alternatively, there are also passenger vans to Calatagan, Batangas.

Is travel Pass needed from Manila to Batangas?

Batangas is open to domestic tourists with a valid identification card and proof of reservation at Batangas beach resorts and hotels. Some municipalities also require additional requirements like registration with, a vaccination card, or a negative RT-PCR test.

For those bringing their own cars, the roads leading to Nasugbu are developed, whether you take the highway or the expressway. From Manila, there are two bus companies offering this route: The bus terminal is located in EDSA-Taft Pasay. It’s not hard to find as it is conveniently situated near the MRT Taft Station.

What is the history of the Cavite Boulevard in Manila?

Even before the conception of the expressway, the Cavite Boulevard was planned by Architect Daniel Burnham to connect the city of Manila with the province of Cavite as part of his plan to beautify the city.

Where can I find media related to Manila–Cavite Expressway?

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Manila–Cavite Expressway. Dra. Salamanca Street /  14.46944°N 120.95750°E  / 14.46944; 120.95750

What is CAVITEx Expressway?

CAVITEX past Bacoor Exit becomes a four-lane dual carriageway on reclaimed land built on the shores of seaside barangays of Bacoor. The expressway widens at approach to the Kawit toll plaza, where the end of the expressway is moved from the opening of the Kawit extension in 2011.