Metro Manila · Pedicab
Pretty similar to the tricycle except that it runs solely on muscle power, a pedicab is one of the cheapest modes of transport in the metro, usually fitting one or two passengers. It can take you anywhere within an assigned area, such as a barangay (neighborhood) or village.
Although ignored by many when the weather is fine, pedicabs are in high demand during rainy season, when many of the streets of Manila get flooded. This mode of transport has no engine, so there is no worrying about water damage on the side of the driver. It is recommended to ask for the price before-hand as pedicabs are not as organized as for example tricycle drivers. You might be charged a steep price if you don't ask before you start your adventurous trip, particularly during the mentioned rainy days.