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The cheapest and convenient way to travel to baguio is through a bus. The victory liner bus in cubao has an hourly schedule of buses that leaves for baguio. And recently, they have a luxury bus that is non-stop, made possible by a lavatory built inside it. The seats are spacious and very comfortable. It is not that expensive an added P200-300 pesos from the regular fee. Although, tickets have to be purchased days before because of the high demand.
Written Oct 2, 2008
If your travelling with at least 4 friends, it is more economical to just use a car than travel by bus since the four of you can divide the gasoline cost plus the added convenience of going to far destinations like La trinidad or The Grotto or Mount Santo Tomas without added transport cost.
Updated Sep 4, 2008
talking about forks, the first fork is after the nlex expressway. Right goes to mabalacat junction of the mcarthur highway. Turn right and continue on the highway. After capas town proper, there is a fork again (a caltex station and a mcdonalds on the right). take the left and go on along the highway. The next fork is before reaching tarlac city proper where the victory liner terminal is. Take the right fork. (the left fork go to the city proper and then on to camiling). Next fork is at gerona. again take the right one.(The left fork goes to the town proper and then joins the highway again). next fork is before paniqui. again take the right one.
Best bet is follow the victory liner buses after tarlac city. They either go left at the junction in urdaneta for dagupan and other west pangasinan towns, or they go straight for baguio. So follow only the victory buses going straight.
Next fork is Binalonan, I think but am not sure. Continue on. After passing by a long bridge there is a fork again less than 5 kms from it(Saitan junction). Take the right and you will be going into the kennon road and on to Bagiuo. Take the left fork and just less than a km away is a t junction. Take the left fork and continue on and when you reach a t junction again turn right and this will lead you to the Marcos highway and up to baguio. This is the normal route being used by the big buses going to Bagiuo from manila.
Written Mar 28, 2008
the ticket sells P285 (one way) plus P5 for insurance chervagh that makes it P290. In all Victory liner terminals there's always Baguio trip.
we had 3 stop overs (but I barely remember them coz we were snoring at that time lol!).
I find it ideal to go midnight trip you'll get there before sunrise.
oh BtW, their baGuio terminal is shalagh ha..!
Updated Feb 29, 2008
it'll take 5-6hrs land travel from manila to baguio (v.v). it's better to travel at night, around 10-12mn, so when you reached Baguio the sun only starts to shine, then go straight follow your prepared itinerary. :-)
Written Jan 21, 2008
I've come to love Baguio so much that I'm already staying here for three years now, away from the noise and pollution of bustling city streets of Manila. In my observation, it's quite easy to get around the city by foot. Don't rely too much on public transportation, the city streets are quite small, and just by strolling around Session Road and its nearby streets, you'll be able to discover quaint little surprises that most travel guides won't tell you. For one, there's a little gift shop called "Bon Chic" along Session Road that sells accessories far cheaper than most souvenir shops and markets here. Plus, there are a number of charming coffee shops and gourmet restaurants that you'll surely miss if you're not strolling around. Just always be wary of pickpockets along Maharlika (especially when you're crossing the overpass), and wear your jacket and bring an umbrella with you, it usually rains in the afternoon.
Written Jan 11, 2008
~~ commuters can take bus from the metro, i mean metro manila, its about a 6hours travel
~~ if you are too luxurious then u can take plane, its about 45mins travel
~~ but if ur goin to ask my preference, i go for a long travel. youll got a chance to meet a lot people, got a chance to see more place since theres about 5drop offs for rest room or break
~~ on this picture, its taken in one of our stop over, or i shall say the last stop over before hitting baguio city
Written Nov 13, 2007
Getting around Bagui is easy. You guys can try Jeepney. A colorful Jeepney. cost only for about 10p. It's very convenience to get to another places. Basically you can wait at the bus station but you can hail them while you walking. Usually they will stop but sometimes not.
Written Aug 25, 2006
Apart from riding in a private car, the next option for me and I believe for most people who are going from Manila to Baguio is hopping on to a Victory Liner bus.
They have trips to Baguio at least every hour, round the clock. Their terminals are also very accessible - the two main ones are along EDSA, which is this main thoroughfare that stretches across all the major areas of Metro Manila.
One-way fare is around 7 to 8 USD.
A bit of a warning - their drivers maneuver the buses like maniacs and as if they own the roads. However, these drivers really know the route and can probably get you to Baguio City with their eyes closed.
Written Aug 13, 2006
Phone: +63 2 833 5019 to 20
Victory Liner is considered to be one of the largest and pioneer bus companies in the Philippines. It services routes to the provinces of Northern Luzon. Drivers of Victory Liner always consider "Safety first". There are bus leaving the terminal almost every hour.
Fleet of 735 buses (Aircon and Ordinary) units
Terminals are located in
CALOOCAN (Main Terminal)
713 Rizal Avenue Extension, Caloocan City
Tel : 361-1506 to 10
EDSA, Cubao, Quezon City
Tel : 727-4534
- EDSA, Kamias, Quezon City
Tel : 921-3296
- EDSA, Pasay City
Tel : 833-5019 to 20
España, corner Galicia Street, Sampaloc, Manila
Tel : 741-1436
Regular Destinations other than Baguio are Guagua, Cagayan Valley, Dagupan, Pangasinan, Olongapo & Zambales.
Written Aug 7, 2006
Phone: 361-1506 to 10
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