Boracay Pleasure Paradise

Getting to Subic

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The strategic location of Subic Bay Freeport Zone offers versatile gateways. You can get ther either by land, by air, or by sea, the Freeport is conveniently accessible to anyone.

Fly by Air

The Subic Bay International Airport has a regular direct international scheduled and chartered flights. Far Eastern Air Transport provides international scheduled flights to Taipei and Kaohsiung Taiwan on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Air Asia operates three times a week to Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Kuching, Subang) while Dragon Air operates chartered flights to Hong Kong once a week. The China Southern Airline flies twice a week to Shenzhen, China.

Travel by Land

SBFZ is 110 kms. North of Metro Manila, the Philippines' capital city, where Saulog Transit and Victory Liner air-conditioned buses that take passengers to and from Olongapo City terminal. A short jeepney ride takes you from the Victory Liner terminal to the Freeport, while Saulog Transit terminal is just near from the vicinity. From Manila And Any Point In Luzon. 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).

Sail by Sea

A relaxing ferry trip via Mt. Samat Express leaves Manila from the Philippine Cultural Center on Roxas Boulevard and takes you to the port of Orion, Bataan. From there, a bus takes you to Subic Bay. Do note, however, that bus services from the port to Subic Bay should arranged with the designated officer at the front desk of the ferry terminal.

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