From Sucat Parañaque to All Airport Terminals

From Your Sucat Parañaque Hostel to
All Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminals

The hostels in Parañaque are found in two areas: the Sucat area and the Merville area.

COMING FROM HOSTELS IN THE SUCAT AREA

For Terminals 1 and 2:

  • If coming from Cozee Monkey Backpackers, head to the main road – which is Aquino Avenue – and ride a “Sucat / Baclaran” jeepney.
  • If coming from Islas 8817 Guesthouse, head to the main road – which is called “Sucat Road” or “Dr. A. Santos Avenue”, cross to the other side and ride the “Sucat / Baclaran” jeepney.
  • Once inside the jeepney, tell the driver to drop you off at Terminal 1.
  • From Terminal 1, you can walk to Terminal 2 (900 meters) through the small back street on the left side if you’re facing the departure and arrival area of Terminal 1.
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You see those cars coming from the left? That’s the back street that will take you all the way to Terminal 2.  Terminal 1 is the building on the right.

Note: If you don’t want to walk, you can take the jeepney with a Terminal 2 signboard that passes by the bus stop of Terminal 1 (which is on the left side of the above photo –  not visible). But this jeepney will make a long turn. My suggestion is to walk it if you’re not rushing.

COST:
Jeepney from Cozee Monkey Backpackers
 = 7 Pesos
Jeepney from Islas 8817 Guesthouse = 12 Pesos
TOTAL = 7 – 12 Pesos

Other Options:
Taxi = 400 Pesos or more

Budget Commute Savings = 388 – 393 Pesos ($8 USD) or more


For Terminal  3:

  • If coming from Cozee Monkey Backpackers, head to the main road – which is Aquino Avenue – and ride a “Sucat / Baclaran / LRT” jeepney.
  • If coming from Islas 8817 Guesthouse, head to the main road – which is called “Sucat Road” or “Dr. A. Santos Avenue”, cross to the other side and ride the “Sucat / Baclaran / LRT” jeepney.

Make sure that the jeepney says “LRT” on the signboard.

  • Once inside the jeepney, tell the driver to drop you off at “Airport Road”
  • Once at Airport Road, you will see McDonald’s on your right and 711 (on your left). From McDonald’s, walk to the right of Airport Road. See map below:
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This is from Google Maps. That yellow road on the left is Quirino Ave, the route of the jeepney you’re riding. It intersects with Airport Road, and right on the intersection is  McDonalds. Looking at the photo, you have to walk to your right along Airport Road. Click here to enlarge the map.
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The McDonald’s along airport road – walk to the right of the intersection.
  • Continue to refer to the above map. As you walk along Airport Road, you will pass by a bridge.
  • A few meters ahead of the bridge, you will reach an intersection with Petron MIA Car Check Center on your right.
  • Not visible on the map but on the left side of the intersection, you should see the entrance to “Our Lady of Fatima / Don Carlos Village”, populated with tricycles (motorcycle rickshaws) and pedicabs (bicycle rickshaws).
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Entrance to Don Carlos Village
  • Enter this village until you reach a jeepney station where you will see jeepneys with a “Nichols / Baclaran / Terminal 3” signboard  (available from 4am-11pm).
  • Ride this jeepney and tell the driver to drop you off at Terminal 3.

COST:
Jeepney from Cozee Monkey Backpackers = 7 Pesos
Jeepney from Islas 8817 Guesthouse = 12 Pesos
Jeepney to Terminal 3 = 7 Pesos
TOTAL = 14 – 19 Pesos

Other Options:
Taxi = 400 Pesos or more

Budget Commute Savings = 381 – 386 Pesos ($8 USD) or more

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BUDGET TIP: Terminal 3 is 2 kilometers away

If you’re willing to walk 2 km from McDonald’s to Terminal 3, you just have to walk along Airport Road and go straight until you reach the very end where you will find Terminal 3 on the right.


FOR TERMINAL 4

  • If coming from Cozee Monkey Backpackers, head to the main road – which is Aquino Avenue – and ride a “Sucat / Baclaran” jeepney.
  • If coming from Islas 8817 Guesthouse, head to the main road – which is called “Sucat Road” or “Dr. A. Santos Avenue”, cross to the other side and ride the “Sucat / Baclaran” jeepney.
  • Once inside the jeepney, tell the driver to drop you off at “Domestic Road” (landmarks are Park ‘N’ Fly and PTT gas station) where you can walk to Terminal 4.
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Park N’ Fly / PTT Gas station is on the left of the photo. You will be dropped off in that area. You see those cars? That’s where you should walk to in order to reach Terminal 4, which is 900 meters away.
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Google Map snippet showing how easy it is to walk from Park ‘N’ Fly to Terminal 4.

COST:
Jeepney from Cozee Monkey Backpackers = 7 Pesos
Jeepney from Islas 8817 Guesthouse = 12 Pesos
TOTAL = 7 – 12 Pesos

Other Options:
Taxi = 400 Pesos or more

Budget Commute Savings = 388 – 393 Pesos ($8 USD) or more