Commute to NAIA Terminal

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Our airplanes are the flag carrier of the Philippines and the airports serve as the main gate where locals and tourists checks in and out. These places should have extensive security protocols to protect thousands of people. Ninoy Aquino International Airport is one of the famous gates in the country. For few months now, NAIA staffs have been facing different issues. Let’s not talk about it!

How can we get to this airport? No worries, I will share to you on how I reached this airport (NAIA Terminal 3 & 4) by commuting. It will be applicable only to those people without check-in baggage or luggage. Read my story here why:

I am living in Cainta, Rizal; since my destination is NAIA which is located in Pasay City, if I travel in a taxi, it will cost me more than 500 pesos and for me it’s too high. Here’s what I did when I had my Solo-Backpacking in Cebu and Boracay Island.

If you are from Manila, Valenzuela, Quezon City and other places near to any stations of the MRT 3 and LRT 1, here’s what you need to do: Ride in MRT/LRT and alight at EDSA-Taft station, it will be the fastest vehicle that you can take going to the airport. Please take note of the rush hours. It will be difficult for your luggage.

If you’re at the EDSA-Taft station, you can ride in a taxi to NAIA terminals (tried and test to Terminal 4, I only spent 110 pesos) OR below the train station, you can take jeepneys bound for SM Mall of Asia for only 8 pesos, then ride in a taxi to the airport for only 80 pesos. There’s no public transportation that passes the entrance of the airport terminals, so taxes will be your guide. Railways will be the fastest way.