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In this guide, we list PH bus routes and top destinations from Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao.

PROVINCIAL BUS IN THE PHILIPPINES

Provincial buses form the backbone of intercity and regional transportation, and while jeepneys may take their place in some routes where a full-size bus is are too large for some roads along the route or there is not any significant demand, most places within the tourist trail should be reached by at least one or more provincial bus routes.

There are five classes for provincial buses, which are based on comfort, number of seats, and fare. The class of the bus should be indicated on the windshield, but some don't have them posted at all. From worst to best:

  • Ordinary (regular/third class) — 2-3 layout (6 in the rearmost row), with 38-41 hard seats. Stops most frequently. Vehicle can range from a large jeepney or minibus to a full-size coach. Some buses may have two doors or the front hosting the conductor's seat. The vehicles are crowded and sometimes unsafe, and foreign travelers are advised not to take them. Windows are kept open, so passengers are exposed to the elements and increase risk of catching disease, and spitting is common on these buses.
  • Air-conditioned (second class, also shortened to AC or A/C) — 2-3 layout (6 in the rearmost row) with hard seats. No other frills except the A/C. May stop frequently like ordinary buses, but stops are further apart (and can be on bus stations than on curbsides or pullouts)
  • Deluxe (first class, also called executive by some companies) — 2-2 layout (5-6 in the rearmost row) with 36-38 hards seats. Skips more stops, and have better legroom than regular AC.
  • Super deluxe - 2-2 layout (6 in the rearmost row) with 34 reclining seats. Stops only at major cities and towns. May have restrooms, personal entertainment screens, and blankets.
  • Luxury - 2-1 layout with 26 fully reclining seats, which can be turned to beds on overnight trips. Stops only at major cities (or run non-stop, not including food and toilet breaks), but rarer.


As a rule of thumb, "commuter" or short/medium-distance buses are usually run with air-conditioned or ordinary buses, while long-distance services (with meal stops/toilet breaks) are run with higher-class buses. In practice however, ordinary buses can be seen in long-haul routes as well, and luxury buses are usually offered by the large bus companies, even on short routes between cities.

List of Operational Provincial Bus Terminals

According to the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB), here’s the list of modified provincial Public Utility Bus (PUB) routes that will start or have started operations and their corresponding terminal in Metro Manila.

Note that the listed provincial buses will be using either of the following terminals:
  • ParaƱaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITx) – provincial buses bound for Southern Tagalog Regions (Regions IV-A and IV-B) and Bicol (Region V)
  • Santa Rosa Integrated Terminal (SRIT) in Laguna – provincial buses bound for Visayas and Mindanao
  • Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City – provincial commuter buses bound for Region III (Central Luzon)

NOTE: fares listed below are approximate amounts updated as of writing.

Here's an updated list of Bus Fares (one-way ticket) plus key destinations in the Philippines:

NORTHBOUND FROM MANILA




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NORTH AND CENTRAL LUZON BOUND



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SOUTH LUZON BOUND FROM MANILA

CAVITE
  • Cavite City – Php 45.00 (Historical attractions)
  • Dasmarinas – Php 45.00 (town centers)
  • Naic – Php 64
  • Ternate – Php 75 (Pico de Loro, Mt. Palay Palay)
  • Tagaytay City – Php 70-90
  • Evercrest Batulao – Php 104 (jump off to Mt. Batulao)


BATANGAS-LAGUNA
  • Calamba – Php 80.00 (Bus terminals to other Southern Destinations, hot springs)
  • Sto Tomas – Php 95.00 (jump off to Mt. Makiling)
  • Tanauan – Php 100.00 (to Lipa City)
  • San Pablo – Php 127.00 (Seven Lakes)
  • Sta Cruz – Php 140.00 (route to Hulugan Falls and Mt. Kalisungan)

BATANGAS
  • Lipa – Php 124.00 (route to other Batangas destinations)
  • Nasugbu – Php 150.00 (beach, Fortune Island)
  • Batangas City – Php 157.00 (port to Calapan/Puerto Galera/Abra de Ilog)
  • Calatagan – Php 180.00 (beach, snorkelling)
  • San Juan – Php 188.00 (Mt. Daguldol, Mt. Hugom, Laiya, Malabrigo)


QUEZON
  • Real – Php 198.00 (port to Jomalig and Polillio Islands)
  • Infanta – Php 210.00
  • Mauban – Php 277.00 (port to Cagbalete Island)
  • Lucena – Php 209.00 (terminal to other Quezon Province destinations)
  • Dalahican – Php 227.00 (port to Marinduque)
  • Pagbilao – Php 235.00 (Kuwebang Lampas, Borawan)
  • Calauag – Php 275.00
  • Gen Luna – Php 310.00
  • San Andres – Php 470.00 (Alibijaban, to Marinduque)

MINDORO/MARINDUQUE
  • Calapan – Php 550.00 (beach, Puerto Galera, route to other Oriental Mindoro destinations)
  • Abra de Ilog – Php 650.00 (beach, route to other Occidental Mindoro destinations)
  • Bulalacao – Php 650.00 (to Caticlan, Panay Islands)
  • Mamburao – Php 700.00
  • Sablayan – Php 800 (Apo Reef)
  • Mansalay – Php 600.00
  • San Jose – Php 950.00
  • BOAC Gasan Mogpog – Php 830.00 (Moriones Festival, Tres Reyes Islands)
  • Buenavista Sta Cruz Torrijos – Php 880.00 (Poctoy Beach, Maniwaya Island)


BICOL


VISAYAS

Visayas Eastern

Visayas Western


POPULAR PHILIPPINE DESTINATIONS

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LIST OF BUS OPERATORS IN THE PHILIPPINES

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LIST OF FERRY OPERATORS IN THE PHILIPPINES

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    FIND FERRY TICKETS



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    THINGS TO DO IN THE PHILIPPINES

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    (NOTE: Prices may vary per destination)

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    2022 PROVINCIAL BUS FARES: Ticket Prices for Traveling Philippines by Land (Plus Key Tourist Spot Destinations)

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    In this guide, we list PH bus routes and top destinations from Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao.

    PROVINCIAL BUS IN THE PHILIPPINES

    Provincial buses form the backbone of intercity and regional transportation, and while jeepneys may take their place in some routes where a full-size bus is are too large for some roads along the route or there is not any significant demand, most places within the tourist trail should be reached by at least one or more provincial bus routes.

    There are five classes for provincial buses, which are based on comfort, number of seats, and fare. The class of the bus should be indicated on the windshield, but some don't have them posted at all. From worst to best:

    • Ordinary (regular/third class) — 2-3 layout (6 in the rearmost row), with 38-41 hard seats. Stops most frequently. Vehicle can range from a large jeepney or minibus to a full-size coach. Some buses may have two doors or the front hosting the conductor's seat. The vehicles are crowded and sometimes unsafe, and foreign travelers are advised not to take them. Windows are kept open, so passengers are exposed to the elements and increase risk of catching disease, and spitting is common on these buses.
    • Air-conditioned (second class, also shortened to AC or A/C) — 2-3 layout (6 in the rearmost row) with hard seats. No other frills except the A/C. May stop frequently like ordinary buses, but stops are further apart (and can be on bus stations than on curbsides or pullouts)
    • Deluxe (first class, also called executive by some companies) — 2-2 layout (5-6 in the rearmost row) with 36-38 hards seats. Skips more stops, and have better legroom than regular AC.
    • Super deluxe - 2-2 layout (6 in the rearmost row) with 34 reclining seats. Stops only at major cities and towns. May have restrooms, personal entertainment screens, and blankets.
    • Luxury - 2-1 layout with 26 fully reclining seats, which can be turned to beds on overnight trips. Stops only at major cities (or run non-stop, not including food and toilet breaks), but rarer.


    As a rule of thumb, "commuter" or short/medium-distance buses are usually run with air-conditioned or ordinary buses, while long-distance services (with meal stops/toilet breaks) are run with higher-class buses. In practice however, ordinary buses can be seen in long-haul routes as well, and luxury buses are usually offered by the large bus companies, even on short routes between cities.

    List of Operational Provincial Bus Terminals

    According to the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB), here’s the list of modified provincial Public Utility Bus (PUB) routes that will start or have started operations and their corresponding terminal in Metro Manila.

    Note that the listed provincial buses will be using either of the following terminals:
    • ParaƱaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITx) – provincial buses bound for Southern Tagalog Regions (Regions IV-A and IV-B) and Bicol (Region V)
    • Santa Rosa Integrated Terminal (SRIT) in Laguna – provincial buses bound for Visayas and Mindanao
    • Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City – provincial commuter buses bound for Region III (Central Luzon)

    NOTE: fares listed below are approximate amounts updated as of writing.

    Here's an updated list of Bus Fares (one-way ticket) plus key destinations in the Philippines:

    NORTHBOUND FROM MANILA




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    NORTH AND CENTRAL LUZON BOUND



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    SOUTH LUZON BOUND FROM MANILA

    CAVITE
    • Cavite City – Php 45.00 (Historical attractions)
    • Dasmarinas – Php 45.00 (town centers)
    • Naic – Php 64
    • Ternate – Php 75 (Pico de Loro, Mt. Palay Palay)
    • Tagaytay City – Php 70-90
    • Evercrest Batulao – Php 104 (jump off to Mt. Batulao)


    BATANGAS-LAGUNA
    • Calamba – Php 80.00 (Bus terminals to other Southern Destinations, hot springs)
    • Sto Tomas – Php 95.00 (jump off to Mt. Makiling)
    • Tanauan – Php 100.00 (to Lipa City)
    • San Pablo – Php 127.00 (Seven Lakes)
    • Sta Cruz – Php 140.00 (route to Hulugan Falls and Mt. Kalisungan)

    BATANGAS
    • Lipa – Php 124.00 (route to other Batangas destinations)
    • Nasugbu – Php 150.00 (beach, Fortune Island)
    • Batangas City – Php 157.00 (port to Calapan/Puerto Galera/Abra de Ilog)
    • Calatagan – Php 180.00 (beach, snorkelling)
    • San Juan – Php 188.00 (Mt. Daguldol, Mt. Hugom, Laiya, Malabrigo)


    QUEZON
    • Real – Php 198.00 (port to Jomalig and Polillio Islands)
    • Infanta – Php 210.00
    • Mauban – Php 277.00 (port to Cagbalete Island)
    • Lucena – Php 209.00 (terminal to other Quezon Province destinations)
    • Dalahican – Php 227.00 (port to Marinduque)
    • Pagbilao – Php 235.00 (Kuwebang Lampas, Borawan)
    • Calauag – Php 275.00
    • Gen Luna – Php 310.00
    • San Andres – Php 470.00 (Alibijaban, to Marinduque)

    MINDORO/MARINDUQUE
    • Calapan – Php 550.00 (beach, Puerto Galera, route to other Oriental Mindoro destinations)
    • Abra de Ilog – Php 650.00 (beach, route to other Occidental Mindoro destinations)
    • Bulalacao – Php 650.00 (to Caticlan, Panay Islands)
    • Mamburao – Php 700.00
    • Sablayan – Php 800 (Apo Reef)
    • Mansalay – Php 600.00
    • San Jose – Php 950.00
    • BOAC Gasan Mogpog – Php 830.00 (Moriones Festival, Tres Reyes Islands)
    • Buenavista Sta Cruz Torrijos – Php 880.00 (Poctoy Beach, Maniwaya Island)


    BICOL


    VISAYAS

    Visayas Eastern

    Visayas Western


    POPULAR PHILIPPINE DESTINATIONS

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    Powered by 12Go Asia system

    LIST OF BUS OPERATORS IN THE PHILIPPINES

    Click each link to see schedules and terminals:

    LIST OF FERRY OPERATORS IN THE PHILIPPINES

    Click each link to see schedules and terminals:

      FIND FERRY TICKETS



      Powered by 12Go Asia system

      Booking.com

      THINGS TO DO IN THE PHILIPPINES

      Klook.com

      (NOTE: Prices may vary per destination)

      bus fare calculator philippines, bus fare matrix 2018, edsa bus fare matrix 2018, minimum fare jeepney philippines 2018, jeepney fare per kilometer, tricycle fare matrix philippines, edsa bus fare matrix 2017, bus fare matrix 2017 metro manila

      See other lists here:


      Philippines

      International

      Resorts and Hotels
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