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Puerto Galera is easily accessible from areas around Manila. Most tourists prefer to take a JAM transit or DLTB bus - from it's terminals along EDSA Cubao. These ply every hour between Cubao (Manila) and the Batangas pier. The ''Sikat'' tourist service operates one trip per day and is convenient for people staying in Manila close to Ermita.
 
Puerto Galera is easily accessible from areas around Manila. Most tourists prefer to take a JAM transit or DLTB bus - from it's terminals along EDSA Cubao. These ply every hour between Cubao (Manila) and the Batangas pier. The ''Sikat'' tourist service operates one trip per day and is convenient for people staying in Manila close to Ermita.
  
* <listing name="JAM transit, DLTB and Sikat tourist service" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="(+63)2-7089628" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax=""> Buses run every hour from the Manila (Quezon city) Cubao bus terminal and Buendia bus terminal (LRT Gil Puyat, in Malate). JAM transit is among the popular bus services. 197 PHP from Taft/Buendia (Gil Puyat). BLTB too runs buses every about 2 hours. These cost about 133-163 Pesos per trip.  
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* <listing name="JAM transit, DLTB and Sikat tourist service" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="(+63)2-7089628" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax=""> Buses run every hour from the Manila (Quezon city) Cubao bus terminal and Buendia bus terminal (LRT Gil Puyat, in Malate). JAM transit is among the popular bus services. BLTB too runs buses every about 2 hours. These cost about 133-163 Pesos per trip.  
 
The Sikat leaves at 0830 daily from the City State Tower Hotel on Mabini Street, [[Ermita]], [[Manila]]. The round trip ticket costs Php1,800 (about US$38) and includes both bus and ferry to either Sabang Beach or Puerto Galera. It reaches Sabang at 1 pm afternoon
 
The Sikat leaves at 0830 daily from the City State Tower Hotel on Mabini Street, [[Ermita]], [[Manila]]. The round trip ticket costs Php1,800 (about US$38) and includes both bus and ferry to either Sabang Beach or Puerto Galera. It reaches Sabang at 1 pm afternoon
 
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