Tuesday, 28 June 2011

How to get to Laiya Beach in San Juan, Batangas



Laiya Beach in San Juan Batangas is now fast becoming a new tourist destination for travelers who are just looking for a nice beach to stay and have fun without the crowds one often finds on other popular beaches.




First off we would need to go to Lipa Batangas, almost all major bus lines in here in Metro Manila have daily regular trips to Lipa City Batangas. As with my post How to get to Puerto Galera, you can also take the commercial buses like BLTB, JAM and TRITRAN. The JAM Bus Terminal is located along Edsa-Kamuning but its actually closer to Edsa-Timog. Normally a bus takes off every 30 minutes or so even in off-peak dates. The ticket for a one way trip costs also about 175 pesos and the trip is about 2 hours.
When you arrive at Lipa City, drop off at the terminal and you will need to get on a van to San Juan. The fare is about 150 pesos per person. The trip takes about 45 mins to an hour at max. Upon Arriving at San Juan, from there you will need to take a jeepney ride to Laiya, Laiya is actually a barangay of San Juan Batangas.



Here are some tips:
  • Be sure to get there in the morning, as there a no more Jeeps going to Laiya from San Juan after around 5pm
  • Be sure to have reservations, as resorts there a far from each other so walking might be a drag while looking for bargain places to stay


Here are some of Laiya's more popular resorts to stay in Laiya:

Blue Coral Beach Resort
website: www.bluecoral.org
email: bluecoral_beachresort@yahoo.com
Telephone: 833-9189/833-7418

Sabangan Beach Resort
website: www.sabangan.com
email: info@sabangan.com
Telephone: 0917-8421376

La Luz Beach Resort
website: www.laluzresort.com
Telephone: 726-4977, 726-6687, (043)5753581, 0917-5323581

Balai sa Laiya Resort
website: www.balai-resort.com
email:balairesort@yahoo.com
Telephone: (632) 240-2927

Laiya Coco Grove Resort
website: www.laiyacocogrove.com
contact numbers: (632)894-1057, (632)892-6009

Taramindu Beach Garden Inn
website: www.taramindubeachgardeninn.com
Telephone: (+632) 448-56-11 (manila), (+63) 0917-824-002

Public Buses from Manila going to Lipa City, Batangas:


BLTB Bus Lines: EDSA, Pasay. Tel. nos. # 833-5501 , 833-5508 and 913-1525
PHILTRANCO Bus Lines: Cubao, Q.C. Tel. nos.# 851-8079
JAM Transit: Taft Ave., Pasay. & New York St., Cubao. Tel. # nos.541-4409 and 924-7712
TRITRAN Transit: Edsa, Quezon City. Tel. nos. # 925-1758 and 925-1759






3 comments:

Alexandra Jacobs said...

Hello,
I came across your website and found it very enjoyable. I just had a couple of questions so if you could e-mail me back that would be great!

Anonymous said...

wow how about place in lipa can you post a travel guide. Lipa City

Alfredo Moreno said...

The city of previous San Juan was originally a military fastness. it's currently a captivating residential and business district with streets sealed with cobbles of blue stone. Over four hundred fastidiously fixed sixteenth century Spanish colonial buildings line the town.

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