First of all, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 (T3) is for domestic flights only, via Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines. If you will go to NAIA Terminal 3 and you don’t have a car, you can easily commute or use the public transport. But because taxi fare is pretty expensive, you can save some money if you will use the MRT or LRT.

To make it simple for you, I will explain how to go to NAIA T3 using two possible major points of origin – Central Luzon and Southern Luzon. Central Luzon includes Bulacan, Manila and northern cities in Metro Manila, such as Caloocan City, Quezon City, and Manila. On the other hand, South Luzon includes Cavite, Laguna, and Batangas.

How to go to NAIA Terminal 3 from Bulacan, Pampanga, and Caloocan

Via Taft Avenue:

1. Get off at Monumento (Caloocan) LRT station.
2. Ride LRT 1 and get off at EDSA station.
3. Walk until you reach Metropoint Mall and cross EDSA.
4. Take a jeepney to Nichols/Terminal 3 to NAIA T3.

Note: You can also ride a jeepney to go to EDSA LRT station via Taft Ave. However, I don’t recommend this because it will take you a long time to travel.

Via EDSA:

1. Get off at EDSA MRT 3 North Avenue station.
2. Take the MRT 3 until Taft Avenue terminal station.
3. Cross EDSA and take a jeepney to Nichols/Terminal 3.

Note: You can also ride a bus to MIA, but I don’t recommend it because it will take you a hundred years before you reach NAIA due to heavy traffic at EDSA.How to go to NAIA Terminal 3 from Laguna, Cavite, and Batangas

Route 1:

1. Ride a bus (or jeep) to Alabang.
2. Go to the HM Transit bus terminal in Alabang (near Starmall and Petron).
3. Ride a shuttle bus going straight to NAIA Terminal 3. (Note: Availability of shuttle buses in only until 1 pm.) If shuttle bus is no longer available, ride a jeep to Sucat or a bus to LRT Taft Ave. terminal.

Route 2:

1. Ride a bus to Manila and get off at Sucat.
2. Cross the flyover going to Baclaran via Dr. A. Santos Avenue (aka Sucat Road).
3. Ride a UV Express (or jeep) to Baclaran/LRT and tell the driver to drop you off at Airport Road. Note: It will be much better if you tell him you’re going to NAIA Terminal 3.
4. Ride a jeepney (at the jeepney terminal) going to Terminal 3.

Route 3:

1. Ride a bus to LRT Buendia and get off at LRT Buendia station.
2. Ride a jeep to LRT EDSA station.
3. Cross EDSA and take a jeepney to Nichols/Terminal 3.

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