Philippines by TrainTrains - Tickets - Routes
A Travel Guide For Train Travel In The Philippines.
Here you will find information for the Philippines about trains, routes, tours, connections, where to buy train tickets, and more.
Population: 110 million
Currency: Philippine Peso
Language: Filipino, English
Country Code: +63
Time Zone: Philippine Time
Most of the trains in the Philippines are operated by the Philippine National Railway (PNR).
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There are no rail passes available for the Philippines.
Frequently Travelled Routes In The Philippines
|From > To
|Manila to Calamba||2:13 – 3:14||0-1||Train|
|Manila to Naga||10:50||1||Bus|
|Manila to Angeles City||2:00||1||Bus|
|Manila to a Cebu||22:00||Direct||Ferry|
|Manila to Borocay||32:45||2||Bus & Ferry|
Philippines travel routes
Main Train Stations
Good to know
Best Time To Travel To The Philippines
The best time to visit the Philippines is during the dry season for less disruption in sightseeing and fewer possibilities for the weather to affect roads and public transportation during the rainy and typhoon season. The Philipinnes is comprised of an incredible amount of islands all beautiful in their own way. There are too many amazing ones to list but here are a few to tickle your fancy: Siargao, Palawan, Dinagat, Camiguin, Cebu Island, Coron, Luzon, Calaguas Islands, Bantayan, Batan Island, El Nido.
The Philipinnes is known for their food, night markets, adventure activities, waterfalls, wildlife and so much more. Visit beautiful lakes like Lake Taal, go scuba diving or snorkeling, go for a trek in the jungle, see the Cagayan Valley, or visit Mt Pulag National Park. You won’t be bored here that’s for sure. To top off the trip, the Filipinos love their festivals and there are plenty year-round to choose from, some of which are: Suman Festival, Boracay International Dragon Boat Festival, Flores del Mayo, MassKara, Ati-Atihan, and Sinulog
- Rainy Season (in general): May to October*
- Dry Season (in general): November to April
* The more south you go, the longer the rainy season.
Accommodation In The Philippines
Guidebooks For The Philippines
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