Porto Laiya is located in Barangay Laiya Ibabao in San Juan, Batangas. It is about 143 kilometers away from Makati. San Juan is located on the southernmost tip of Batangas Province, along the Batangas-Quezon boundary. Its seven-kilometer-long shoreline, which includes Porto Laiya, faces Sigayan Bay and the Verde Island Passage, a sea lane for inter-island vessels plying the Batangas-Marinduque route. Bruited about as the next Boracay, San Juan, Batangas offers the nearest white sand beaches to Metro Manila. San Juan is also famous for its picturesque coves and protected marine resources.

How to get there

Via Lipa City

  • Take the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR) tollway and exit at Lipa City.
  • From Lipa City, follow the road going to Padre Garcia Public market.
  • Turn right to Quilo-quilo, avoiding the Rosario town proper, and take the road going to San Juan, Batangas.
  • Turn right after the San Juan municipal hall and take the main road going to Barangay Laiya. It is a leisurely 25-kilometer drive to Porto Laiya from the San Juan municipal hall.

Via San Pablo

  • Take the SLEX and exit at Turbina (Calamba, Laguna) going to Sto. Tomas, Batangas.
  • Then passing through Alaminos, San Pablo, Tiaong and Candelaria towns before turning right to San Juan.
  • Turn left before the San Juan municipal hall to go to Barangay Laiya. It is a leisurely 25-kilometer drive to Porto Laiya from the San Juan municipal hall.

Via Ibaan Rosario

  • From the SLEX, take the STAR tollway and exit at the Ibaan San Jose toll gate.
  • Turn left to Ibaan via Rosario straight to San Juan, Batangas.
  • Turn right after the San Juan municipal hall and take the main road going to Barangay Laiya. It is a leisurely 25-kilometer drive to Porto Laiya from the San Juan municipal hall.