Last updated on August 4th, 2022 at 11:35 pm
Laguna is the perfect place for quick swimming vacations during the summer because of many private resorts in the province. We will tell you how to get from Manila to Laguna by bus from Cubao and Buendia. And also by car, taxi and Grab.
Laguna is a province located in Region IV-A Calabarzon of the Philippines. It has become one of the favorite vacation spots near Manila and there are a lot of things to do in Laguna.
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MANILA TO LAGUNA
MANILA TO LAGUNA BY BUS
If you want to get from Manila to Laguna by bus. There are daily buses leaving Cubao and Buendia from 4 am until midnight. Manila to Laguna bus fare is 60-80 PHP. And Manila to Laguna travel time by bus is around 2 hours and a half.
From Buendia Bus Terminal Jacliner bus is bounding to Balibago, Calamba, and Sta. Cruz Laguna. From Cubao buses will be going to San Pablo, Laguna.
MANILA TO LAGUNA BY CAR
If you are going from Manila to Laguna by car. It will be the fastest and most comfortable way. It will take around 2 hours depending on the traffic. The distance from Manila to Laguna is around 90 kilometers.
It will be the best option by car or van if you are traveling with a group of people or with too much luggage.
MANILA TO LAGUNA BY GRAB AND TAXI
If you want to get from Manila to Laguna by taxi or Grab will cost around 1500 PHP. It can be a great option especially if you are coming from the airport and traveling a few people. It will take around 2 hours depending on the traffic and final destination.
WHERE TO STAY IN LAGUNA
TECHNO PARK HOTEL
First to consider is Techno Park Hotel. All of their rooms are equipped with a kettle, wardrobe, flat-screen TV, air conditioning unit, Wifi, and a private bathroom with free toiletries. Aside from those, they have an outdoor swimming pool, billiards area, and golfing area. For your convenience, they also offer a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests.
One night in Standard Double Room costs $56 USD per night and $73 USD for a Deluxe Queen room.
Techno Park Hotel is located at Paseo Business Park, Laguna, 4026 Santa Rosa, Philippines.
CALIRAYA ECOVILLE RECREATION FARM & RESORT
This farm and resort is a famous place to stay in Laguna. It features an outdoor swimming pool, bar, restaurant, and a garden. Every room is air conditioned and with beautiful views of the lake, garden, or pool from the patio. Also, every room has its own TV, bathroom with free toiletries, a seating area, and a desk. They have family rooms too for big groups of guests.
One night stay in their Double Room costs around $62 USD and $93 USD for one night in their Family Room with Balcony.
Caliraya Ecoville Recreation Farm & Resort is located along Lumban – Caliraya – Cavinti Road, Cavinti, Laguna.
Last on our list is Seda Nuvali, a 4-star hotel in Laguna. For every room, they have a king bed, free Wifi, TV, telephone, air conditioning unit, refrigerator, desk, mini bar with coffee and tea maker, and a private bathroom with free bathrobes and toiletries.
For your convenience, they also offer a 24-hour front desk and their hotel comes with a swimming pool, spa, restaurants, and fitness centre.
One-night stay in their Deluxe Room costs $87 USD per night and around $115 USD for a one-night stay in Club Room.
Seda Nuvali is located at Lakeside Evozone, Nuvali, Santa Rosa, Laguna.
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