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Feb 28, 2012

How to Go to Camiling, Tarlac

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How to go to Camiling from Baguio:
·         Ride a van directly bound to Camiling (terminal at the back of UC Annex). This will cost you P200 and three-hour travel time.
·         Ride a bus bound to Pasay/Cubao/Mariveles/Olongapo and drop at Paniqui in Tarlac (around P150 more or less for student). From there, ride a tricycle (P10/head) to terminal of jeep bound to Camiling (P30 more or less).
·         Ride a bus bound to Pasay/Cubao/Mariveles/Olongapo and drop at Tarlac City Siesta (around P240 more or less). From there, ride another bus bound to Bolinao/Anda/Alaminos/Agno/San Carlos via Camiling and drop at the market in Camiling (P45-P60).
·         Ride a van/bus bound to Dagupan. From Dagupan, ride the mini bus bound to Bayambang. Their terminal is near the Victory Liner/Five Star Bus terminal. Get down to Malasiqui and then wait for a bus bound to Pasay/Cubao then drop at the market in Camiling.



How to go to Camiling from Manila:
·         Ride a bus bound to Bolinao/Alaminos/Anda/Agno/San Carlos via Camiling and drop at the market in Camiling.





How to go to Camiling from Clark:
·         Go to Dau Terminal. From Dau Terminal, ride a bus bound to Bolinao/Alaminos/Anda/Agno/San Carlos via Camiling and drop at the market in Camiling.





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