If you don't live in the Philippines or never visited, some of the modes of transportation depicted on this video may seem funny or even dangerous to you. They are both. I've experienced the majority of these different ways to get around in this paradise of 7,107 islands except for the small boats depicted in this clip. The motorcycles with the sidecars are called "tricycles" and are quite common in Guimaras, Iloilo, and throughout the Philippines.
I've only traveled on pump boats and passengers ships on Negroes Navigation when I've been on the sea. I can assure you that the motorcycles with three or more passengers is very common, along with the overcrowded jeepney shown near the end. We don't have any horse drawn carriages in Guimaras or Iloilo (that I've seen), but have spotted some in Manila.
This is reality. Safety issues are thrown out the window. Whatever laws that are on the books are not strictly enforced, and can usually be dismissed by just passing a 100 peso (2.30 US dollars) note to the traffic officer anyway for minor infractions. The video is of high quality and has no music track, just street sounds, and will give the novice an informative primer in what to expect when visiting the Philippines.