There's Now A P2P Bus That Can Get You To Baguio In 5 Hours

One-way fare is only at P500.
PHOTO: (LEFT) Facebook/Frida Santos Solidum, (RIGHT) istockphoto

Since its launch in 2016, the Premium Point-to-Point Bus Service has  provided a bit of comfort to commuters in Metro Manila. Travel time is (relatively) short since buses depart on a fixed schedule and go directly from the terminal to the drop-off point. Pangasinan Solid North Transit, a provincial bus operator, brings this level of convenience to travelers from Manila to Baguio City through its point-to-point (P2P) bus fleet. Best thing about it? One-way fare is only at P500.

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It's the "first and only Baguio-to-Manila P2P," claims Pangasinan Solid North Transit. Route starts from the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange along Coastal Road and goes all the way to the bus line's terminal along Governor Pack Road in Baguio City, Benguet. There's no stopover, cutting down travel time to about five hours. The first trip is at 2:00 a.m. while the last trip is at 11:00 p.m., with buses departing every hour.

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The Baguio-to-Manila P2P bus features an on-board restroom, reclining seats, entertainment system, free WiFi, overhead bin for your luggage, tray table, and charging port. Free bottled water is also distributed to passengers. Small pets are allowed aboard the bus, provided that they're inside a cage and wearing a diaper.

You can book a ticket ahead of time through the JAC Liner Terminals in Buendia and Kamias, LLI Terminal in Lucena, the Pangasinan Solid North Terminal in Cubao, and-of course-Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange. There's also the added convenience of booking a ticket online through

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For more information, follow Pangasinan Solid North Transit, Inc. on Facebook.

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