• #Localtransportation
    #Tuktuk

    These Tuktuk started being popular in Cambodia, Bangkok, Thailand, and other parts of Asia. They are also called auto rickshaws in some other places. Here in Philippines, it gained usefulness too as a non-conventional vehicle. Commonly they served commuters and for family purposes. They are of very good use to entrepreneurs and for deliveries too. I can attest to that for it has been my delivery partner for about 2 years of doing logistics services in Lazada.
    Fun to use, no-overheating, and can take you to tight streets where big 4-wheeled vehicles can no longer fit.

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    #Localtransportation #Tuktuk These Tuktuk started being popular in Cambodia, Bangkok, Thailand, and other parts of Asia. They are also called auto rickshaws in some other places. Here in Philippines, it gained usefulness too as a non-conventional vehicle. Commonly they served commuters and for family purposes. They are of very good use to entrepreneurs and for deliveries too. I can attest to that for it has been my delivery partner for about 2 years of doing logistics services in Lazada. Fun to use, no-overheating, and can take you to tight streets where big 4-wheeled vehicles can no longer fit. #Philippines #SomeePh #Philippinetradition #Philippineculture
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  • Project PHD by JED with Pieces of Mama E
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    #Kalabaw (Carabao with or without Sled)

    Philippines being an archipelagic nation, composed of 7,000+ islands, you could have imagine the vast transportation methods it offers! From air, road, rail and water transport. There are on-going massive improvements on the Transportation industry in the Philippines following the Build! Build! Build! Infrastructure Program (BBB) of the government lead by former President Rodrigo Duterte.

    Pieces of Mama E
    Despite the promise of modernization there are amazing one of its kind transportation in the Philippines especially on the rural areas. The elderly said " You haven’t truly experienced Pinoy culture if you haven’t tried out atleast one of these modes of transportation: Jeepney, Tricycle, Pedicab, Kalesa, Roro, Habal-Habal, Railroad Kariton, at Kalabaw. I can say have tried most of them except Roro and Railroad Kariton.

    Being a #Farmersdaughter the #Kalabaw (Carabao) is mostly used in our area for transporting harvested sacks of rice from the rice fields to the storage area which is called "Kamalig" or "Bodega". I remember my childhood days when we sit on top of the sacks of rice as the Kalabaw pulls the Kariton!

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    Project PHD by JED with Pieces of Mama E #LocalTransportation #Kalabaw (Carabao with or without Sled) Philippines being an archipelagic nation, composed of 7,000+ islands, you could have imagine the vast transportation methods it offers! From air, road, rail and water transport. There are on-going massive improvements on the Transportation industry in the Philippines following the Build! Build! Build! Infrastructure Program (BBB) of the government lead by former President Rodrigo Duterte. Pieces of Mama E Despite the promise of modernization there are amazing one of its kind transportation in the Philippines especially on the rural areas. The elderly said " You haven’t truly experienced Pinoy culture if you haven’t tried out atleast one of these modes of transportation: Jeepney, Tricycle, Pedicab, Kalesa, Roro, Habal-Habal, Railroad Kariton, at Kalabaw. I can say have tried most of them except Roro and Railroad Kariton. Being a #Farmersdaughter the #Kalabaw (Carabao) is mostly used in our area for transporting harvested sacks of rice from the rice fields to the storage area which is called "Kamalig" or "Bodega". I remember my childhood days when we sit on top of the sacks of rice as the Kalabaw pulls the Kariton! #Philippines #SomeePh #Philippinetradition #Philippineculture Photo Credit: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/oy-i-te-iiie--439663982344471936/
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  • #Pedicab
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    Pedicabs are non-motorized vehicles (NMV) which are commonly found in the cities and local areas in the Philippines. It provides quick, convenient transportation in both rural and urban areas especially for short-round trips.
    And it is also called a traysikad, trisikad--or simply sikad--or padyak, from the Philippine word meaning to tramp or stamp one's feet.

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    #Pedicab #localtransportation Pedicabs are non-motorized vehicles (NMV) which are commonly found in the cities and local areas in the Philippines. It provides quick, convenient transportation in both rural and urban areas especially for short-round trips. And it is also called a traysikad, trisikad--or simply sikad--or padyak, from the Philippine word meaning to tramp or stamp one's feet. #ProjectPHDbyJED #PhilippineCulture #PhilippineTradition #SoMeeOfficial #SoMeePh #HivePh
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  • The Manila Light Rail Transit System commonly known as the LRT, is an urban rail transit system. Although categorized as a light rail system because it originally used light rail vehicles, it presently has characteristics of a rapid transit system, such a high passenger throughput, exclusive right of way.
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    The Manila Light Rail Transit System commonly known as the LRT, is an urban rail transit system. Although categorized as a light rail system because it originally used light rail vehicles, it presently has characteristics of a rapid transit system, such a high passenger throughput, exclusive right of way. #LocalTransportation #ProjectPHDbyJED #SoMeePh #Philippines #PhilippineTradition #PhilippineCulture #Hiveph
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