The facilities include the former US Clark airbase and air and naval facilities on the southwestern island of Palawan, which faces the South China Sea. Military spokesman Colonel Restituto Padilla said the facilities would be used to store equipment and supplies.
It envisions more US troops being rotated through the Philippines for war games and outlines how the US will help Manila build military facilities.
“We have resumed talks now that there is a go-signal that EDCA is constitutional,” Padilla said.
“We are continuing talks and we will finalize the agreement on the locations,” he said without giving a timetable regarding when the decision would be reached, Defense News reported.
China and the Philippines have conflicting claims to the South China Sea, which is home to major shipping lanes and rich fishing waters, and is a potential source of mineral resources.
The Philippines has been looking for closer defense ties with the United States, and accuses China of aggression in the South China Sea.
However, China has constantly maintained that it does not seek to undermine the peace and stability of the region.