Your way to the training center
A wide range of public transportation crosses the metro area every day. The most uniquely Philippine mode of travel is the jeepney.
Each of these jeep-minivan hybrids is uniquely painted and decorated by its owner. Jeepneys provide cheap transportation for the short haul, while buses might be more comfortable for longer trips across town.
Motorcycles and bicycles with sidecars (called "tricycles" and "pedicabs," respectively) carry passengers on narrow city streets and alleyways for a charge of a few pesos.
But the easiest way getting around is taking a taxi. Please make sure that it is a metered taxi, otherwise the taxi drivers might charge a higher price.