Traveling by Land from Manila 

Subic Bay Freeport Zone is located 110 km North-West of Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, where Saulog Transit and Victory Liner air-conditioned buses provide passengers regular transport services to and from Olongapo City terminal. A short jeepney ride takes you from the Victory Liner terminal to the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, while Saulog Transit terminal is just a stone throw away from the vicinity.

 

Travel by bus via the Victory Liner Terminal 

Main stations from Manila are Pasay (Edsa, Pasay), Caloocan (713 Rizal Avenue Extension, Caloocan City) and Cubao (EDSA, Cubao). Bus schedule (either Zambales or Olongapo) is from early am with 30 minutes interval depending on departure station, contact Victory Liner Inc. directly through their website for more information about fares, departure times etc.

 

Pic. 1, Traveling by car via Lubao and rural road (Approx. time of travel: 3 hours)

From Manila take the North Luzon Expressway all the way to San Fernando exit and pass thru towns of Pampanga (Bacolor, Guagua, Lubao) and Bataan (Dinalupihan) to the Subic Bay Freeport Expressway (Tipo Road, Bataan).

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Pic. 2, Once in Subic use below map to guide you from Subic Tipo Highway all the way to our location

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Pic. 3, Traveling by car via SCTEX (Approx. time of travel: 2.5 hours) 

From Manila and any point in Luzon. Take the North Luzon Expressway all the way pass San Fernando through Dau and exit to the Subic Bay Freeport Expressway (Tipo Road, Bataan).

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Traveling by car from an alternative location (Create your own map!)

Please click here in order to custom make you own map in case you wont be traveling from Metro Manila. Making your own map is easy, start by clicking on the “Get Directions” button. Type in your current location in the field called “My Location” and the target location in the field below, See you soon!

 

“Fly The Bus” from Angeles City to Subic Bay

“Fly The Bus” offers bus trips from Angeles (Swagman Narra Hotel) to any hotel in Subic on mondays, wednesdays, fridays and sundays. Click here to get redirected to their website and view bus schedules and destinations. “Fly The Bus” markets itself as the most convenient and reliable bus company in Angeles City with on time bus service to and from Angeles City, Manila, La Union, NAIA Airport, Subic and Baguio City.

 

Fly to Subic Bay

International service flights directly to Subic Bay are currently available from Bangkok, Dubai, Hong Kong, Incheon, Macau, Singapore and Pudong. Flights from Manila to Clark International Airport takes about 35 minutes. The distance from Clark to Subic Bay is about 80 km (50 miles) and to get to Subic Bay from Clark you can either travel by bus (Victory Liner), minivan (“Fly The Bus” from Swagman Narra Hotel), Jeepney (from outside the entrance to the airport terminal via Dau bus terminal) or taxi straight from the airport (in case you’re traveling in a group or for anyone not on a budget).

 

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