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Tarlac is in the island of Luzon and is one of the seven (7) provinces that make up Region III.


How to Get to Tarlac


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Tarlac is landlocked by various other provinces in Central Luzon. It is bordered by Pampanga to the south, Nueva Ecija to the east, Pangasinan to the north, and Zambales to the west.

By private vehicle, Tarlac is approximately three hours away from Manila. The North Luzon Expressway’s northernmost exit will take you to the Sta. Ines tollgate. You may take the Mabalacat road going to MacArthur Highway, until you make a right entering the Luisita Industrial Park in Tarlac.


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All buses from Manila going to the Ilocos Region and Baguio City pass through Tarlac. Most of these buses make rest stops along the highway at the town’s many restaurants. Philippine Rabbit in Manila has buses that leave for Tarlac every 10 to 30 minutes, twenty-four (24) hours a day. The types of available land transportation are cars, vans, jeepneys, tricycles, and buses.


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1) Take a taxi direct from the airport to Tarlac – this will take you about 5 hours and cost around 8000 pesos. You can book taxis inside the airport just before you exit.

2) Take a taxi to the Victory Liner EDSA bus terminus (300 pesos max – 1 hour) and take the next express bus to Tarlac. (5 hours, comfortable aircon journey)

I would prefer the 2nd option, especially if you do not have more than 2 suitcases, simply because it is far cheaper, and more comfortable. There are Victory liner buses going to / passing through Tarlac every about 20 minutes, round the clock.

Do note 5 hours is on the higher side, it can be quicker if you do not have any traffic en route. However, there are often traffic snarls within Manila which make the journey slower. Once you are out of Manila city limits, it will take you around 1 hour to Dau and a further 1.5 hours to Tarlac.





Tarlac Province in Region III

The Modern Landlocked Province of Tarlac

Where is Tarlac and How to Get There

Interesting Natural and Man-made Places in Tarlac

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