From Caloocan:

Route 1: LRT-1-Bus

  1. Take the LRT-1 to Gil Puyat station.
  2. Ride a Tritran bus to Batangas City/Batangas Pier or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 2: LRT-1-Bus

  1. Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station.
  2. Ride a BLTB bus to Nasugbu, Batangas or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

From Las Pinas:

  1. From Alabang-Zapote Road, ride a jeep/bus to Alabang, and get off at Manuela Metropolis Alabang (Metropolis Mall).
  2. Ride a bus to Batangas.

From Makati:

Route 1: MRT/Jeep-MRT/Jeep-Bus

  1. Go to LRT-1-Gil Puyat station along Taft Ave. corner Gil Puyat Ave. (Buendia). In order to get there, you can either:
  • o Take the MRT to Taft terminal station. Walk through theconnecting foot bridge towards LRT-1-EDSA station. Take the LRT-1 to Gil Puyat station.
  • o From Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. (Buendia), ride a jeep to Guadalupe, and get off at Buendia station. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards LRT-1-EDSA station. Take the LRT-1 to Gil Puyat station.
  • o From Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. (Buendia), ride a jeep to LRT/Taft, and get off at Taft Ave.
  1. Ride a Tritran bus to Batangas City/Batangas Pier or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 2: MRT-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  2. Ride a BLTB bus to Nasugbu, Batangas or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

From Mandaluyong/Pasig:

Route 1: MRT-LRT-1-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  2. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards LRT-1-EDSA station.
  3. Take the LRT-1 to Gil Puyat station.
  4. Ride a Tritran bus to Batangas City/Batangas Pier or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 2: MRT-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  2. Ride a BLTB bus to Nasugbu, Batangas or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 3: MRT-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk 2 blocks along EDSA following the MRT track, past Farmers Plaza, Aurora Blvd., and Monte de Piedad. The bus terminal is just beyond Monte de Piedad.
  3. Ride a bus to Batangas.

Route 4: MRT-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Kamuning station.
  2. Walk 2 blocks the way you came along EDSA following the MRT track, past 11th Jamboree, GMA Channel 7, Metro Manila Commission, Timog Avenue/South Avenue, Carlos P. Garcia Avenue (East Avenue), Trinity Lutheran Church, and the Department of Interior and Local Government. (It’s not as far as it sounds.) The Tritran bus terminal is just beyond Trinity Lutheran Church.
  3. Ride a Tritran bus to Batangas Pier.

Route 5: MRT-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk 1 block along EDSA the way you came, following the MRT track, until you get to Gen. McArthur Avenue.
  3. Turn left at Gen. McArthur Avenue, and walk 5 short blocks past Session Road, Farmers Market, Gen. Araneta, Araneta Coliseum, Gen. Aguinaldo Avenue, Shopwise, Time Square Avenue, and Ali Mall, until you get to Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  4. Cross Gen. Romulo Avenue. The bus terminal is just beside Auto Centro, across Ali Mall.
  5. Ride a bus to Batangas.

From Manila:

Route 1: LRT-1/Jeep-Bus

  1. Arrive at LRT-1-Gil Puyat. In order to get there:
  • o Take the LRT-1 to Gil Puyat station.
  • o Ride a jeep to Buendia/Taft, and get off at Gil Puyat station (Taft Ave. corner Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. [Buendia]).
  1. Ride a Tritran bus to Batangas City/Batangas Pier or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 2: LRT-1/Jeep-Bus

  1. Arrive at LRT-1-Gil Puyat. In order to get there:
  • o Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station.
  • o Ride a jeep to EDSA/Taft/Baclaran, and get off at EDSA station (Taft Ave. corner EDSA).
  1. Ride a BLTB bus to Nasugbu, Batangas or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 3: Bus

  1. From Plaza Lawton, ride a JAM Transit bus to Batangas Pier.
  2. From Manuela Metropolis Alabang (Metropolis Mall), ride a bus to Batangas.

From Muntinlupa:

From Paranaque/Pasay:

Route 1: LRT-1-Bus

  1. Take the LRT-1 to Gil Puyat station.
  2. Ride a Tritran bus to Batangas City/Batangas Pier (leaves every 30 minutes, PHP149 fare) or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 2: LRT-1-Bus

  1. Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station.
  2. Ride a BLTB bus to Nasugbu, Batangas or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

From Quezon City:

Route 1: MRT-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  2. Ride a BLTB bus to Nasugbu, Batangas or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 2: MRT-LRT-1-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  2. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards LRT-1-EDSA station.
  3. Take the LRT-1 to Gil Puyat station.
  4. Ride a Tritran bus to Batangas City/Batangas Pier (leaves every 30 minutes, PHP149 fare) or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 3: LRT-2-LRT-1-Bus

  1. Take the LRT-2 to Recto terminal station.
  2. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards LRT-1-Doroteo Jose station.
  3. Take the LRT-1 to Gil Puyat station.
  4. Ride a Tritran bus to Batangas City/Batangas Pier (leaves every 30 minutes, PHP149 fare) or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 4: MRT-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk 2 blocks along EDSA following the MRT track, past Farmers Plaza, Aurora Blvd., and Monte de Piedad. The bus terminal is just beyond Monte de Piedad.
  3. Ride a bus to Batangas.

Route 5: MRT-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Kamuning station.
  2. Walk 2 blocks the way you came along EDSA following the MRT track, past 11th Jamboree, GMA Channel 7, Metro Manila Commission, Timog Avenue/South Avenue, Carlos P. Garcia Avenue (East Avenue), Trinity Lutheran Church, and the Department of Interior and Local Government. (It’s not as far as it sounds.) The Tritran bus terminal is just beyond Trinity Lutheran Church.
  3. Ride a Tritran bus to Batangas Pier (every 30 minutes, PHP 154 fare).

Route 6: MRT-Bus

  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk 1 block along EDSA the way you came, following the MRT track, until you get to Gen. McArthur Avenue.
  3. Turn left at Gen. McArthur Avenue, and walk 5 short blocks past Session Road, Farmers Market, Gen. Araneta, Araneta Coliseum, Gen. Aguinaldo Avenue, Shopwise, Time Square Avenue, and Ali Mall, until you get to Gen. Romulo Avenue.
  4. Cross Gen. Romulo Avenue. The bus terminal is just beside Auto Centro, across Ali Mall.
  5. Ride a bus to Batangas.

From Taguig:

Route 1: Bus-MRT-LRT-1-Bus

  1. From Market! Market!, Net2, or the Fort Open Field, ride the Fort bus/shuttle to Ayala.
  2. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  3. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards LRT-1-EDSA station.
  4. Take the LRT-1 to Gil Puyat station.
  5. Ride a Tritran bus to Batangas City/Batangas Pier (leaves every 30 minutes, PHP149 fare) or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Route 2: Bus-MRT-Bus

  1. From Market! Market! Net2, or the Fort Open Field, ride the Fort bus/shuttle to Ayala.
  2. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  3. Ride a BLTB bus to Nasugbu, Batangas or a JAM Transit bus to Batangas.

Source: http://www.ph-commute.com/2008/03/how-to-commute-to-batangas.html

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