You can take this P2P bus from Manila to Baguio
It'll get you to your destination within five hours
Sep 17, 2019
I’ll be honest: I’ve personally fallen in love with P2P buses. As someone who used to ride the P2P from QC to Makati everyday and who still occasionally takes the Greenbelt to Alabang shuttle, I can tell you right now that it’s one of my favorite forms of public transportation. It’s a lot safer than a regular bus, for one, and it’s faster: The very selling point of the point-to-point system is that it doesn’t make any unnecessary stops along the way to its destination.
On this note, I just recently found this P2P service that goes from Makati to Baguio. Offered by Pangasinan Solid North Transit Inc., which also handles regular bus rides, it claims to be the first of its kind. You can catch a ride at the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange. It’ll then take you to Baguio City within five hours.
The 45-seater bus comes with its own features to make the ride more safe and comfortable, with a CCTV system to monitor any wrongdoings and a comfort room and free wifi service, among others.
You can book a trip online through the Biyaheroes website or physically at the following stations: JAC Liner Terminal, Buendia; JAC Liner Terminal, Kamias; LLI Terminal, Lucena; Pangasinan Solid North Terminal, Cubao; Governor Pack Terminal, Baguio; and Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange.
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