Premium Point-to-Point Bus to Baguio City via Pangasinan Solid North Transit
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Manila, Philippines — Since the holiday season is already imminent, it is a very good idea to head to the so-called City of Pines – Baguio City. If you think this sounds interesting, here is another good news that will make you more agog in this idea: You can now get to Baguio City stress-free – thanks to the premium point-to-point buses that have recently been introduced by Pangasinan Solid North Transit.
A report from TopGear Philippines says these buses have already been rolled out to the public.
First and only Baguio-Manila P2P
The operator said these premium P2P buses are the first and only P2Ps that bring passengers from Manila to Baguio City and vice versa. The trip, according to the report, is from the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX) to Governor Pack Road in Baguio City and vice versa.
Approximately, the travel time is at five to six hours.
Bus Ticket Prices
With regard to the price, it is at Php 500 per person for a one-way trip.
Premium Point-to-Point Bus Schedule
In terms of the schedule, first trips leave at 2 am and last trips at 11 pm. What’s good to note is that busies depart every hour.
Other Perks and Amenities
Apart from the fact that every trip has no stopovers so to have a faster journey, passengers are also treated with a USB charging port and a food tray. Of course, prior to your trip, make sure you bring enough food with you.
That’s not all, these buses also have an on-board comfort room.
How to book tickets
You can have the option to book your trip ahead of time, either at PITX or online. You can also buy your tickets through the following locations: JAC Liner Terminals that are located in Kamias and Buendia; LLI Terminal in Lucena; as well as in Pangasinan Solid North Terminal in Cubao.
There you have it: all you need to know about the P2P buses to and from Baguio City. With these premium buses, you can surely be lured to head to this place, especially during the holidays.
*Photos via Pangasinan Solid North Transit Inc. Facebook Page.