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Getting There: By Land
Luzon Airports, Sea Ports and Road Network
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Moving around the country by land is easy with national highways connecting the major islands and an extensive public transportation system, which includes the exotic Philippine jeepney. Trains, taxis, buses, jeepneys, and trikes are the main modes of public transportation.

The MacArthur Highway traverses the province from north to south. Most major towns can be reached through the North Luzon Expressway. A good number of motor vehicles owned largely by private individuals provide mobility to Bulacan's populace. Aside from five main highways that traverse the province, all roads are widely dispersed throughout Bulacan.

Bus terminals of Baliuag Transit, California Bus Line, Sampaguita Liner and Royal Eagle are in Baliuag, Balagtas and Hagonoy. The main bus lines of Philippine Rabbit, Victory Liner, Aladdin Transit that originate from their main terminals in Manila, Pasay and Quezon City and travel northward to cities and towns in Pampanga, Tarlac and Zambales, pass through Bulacan via the Tabang exit.

Luzon Airports, Sea Ports and Road Network
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Taxi Rates:
(Manila Airport TO Malolos City, Bulacan)
  1. MIA Transport

  2. - Revo (8-Person Capacity): Php 1,400
    - Adventure (8-Person Capacity): Php 1,400

  3. Nissan

  4. - Car (4-Person Capacity): Php 1,315
    - Revo (8-Person Capacity): Php 1,445

  5. AVIS

  6. - Car: Php 2,360
    - Van: Php 2,760
Contact Information:
Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila
Tels: +63(2) 832-2964, 877-1109
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