- Calapan - Wikipedia
Calapan, officially the City of Calapan, (Tagalog: Lungsod ng Calapan), or referred simply as Calapan City is a 3rd class city and the capital of the province of Oriental Mindoro, Philippines According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 133,893 people The city serves as the gateway to the Oriental Mindoro province with the implementation of the Strong Republic Nautical Highway (SRNH
- Mt. Halcon (2,582+) - Pinoy Mountaineer
Public (1) Bus, Cubao or LRT-Buendia to Batangas Pier [P170; 2 5-3 hours] (2) Ferry, Batangas Pier to Calapan, Oriental Mindoro [P180-300; 2-2 5 hours] (3) Rented jeepney, Calapan to Baco Municipality and back [P2500-3000 for the roundtrip, 40 minutes to Baco and 30 minutes to the trailhead]
- BATANGAS PORT RORO FERRY GUIDE-2019 UPDATES . . .
Ferry schedules and fares posted here are base from the information provided by the shipping company’s ticketing personnel found in the Port of Batangas Related information can also be gathered either from the shipping company’s website or in the port of destination listed below The information provided herein is accurate for the time being, but…
- Philippine Island Destinations | WOW Philippines Travel Agency
WOW Philippines Travel Agency located in Pasig City, Ortigas Center, Metro-Manila offers hundreds of island destinations for Philippines vacationers
- PUERTO GALERA: Travel Guide Blog 2018 (Budget + Itinerary . . .
PUERTO GALERA TRAVEL GUIDE HOW TO GET TO PUERTO GALERA FROM MANILA VIA BATANGAS Take a bus bound for Batangas Pier like Ceres, DLTB and JAM Transit in LRT Buendia (Manila), Cubao (Quezon City) or Alabang South Station (Muntilupa)
- Puerto Galera - Wikipedia
Puerto Galera, officially the Municipality of Puerto Galera, is a 1st class municipality in the province of Oriental Mindoro, Philippines According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 36,606 people It is located at the north-westernmost part of Oriental Mindoro, and at the south-western end of the Isla Verde Passage, about 130 kilometers (81 mi) south of Manila
- Bank Codes – Philippines Information
BRSTN: Bank Routing Symbol Transit Numbers for Major Banks in the Philippines This 9 digit code identifies the country, city, and name of your bank, and is the commonly used bank identifier code used among banks in the Philippines to transfer funds