Commuting to Baguio


Baguio is located in Benguet in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR). Known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines many locals and tourists go here during the summer to enjoy the cool mountain breeze. Some of the places you can visit here are: Mines View Park, Burnham Park, Camp John Hay, and Tam-awan Village.

Looking for hotel accomodations? You can check out Sprice Hotels, Hotels Combined and our other sponsored links here and here.

Want to know how to commute within Baguio? Check out our Guide to Commuting within Baguio.


View Commuting in the Philippines 101 in a larger map

Fast Facts:

Airline: Zest Airways, Philippine Airlines - Express, SEAir
Bus Routes:
  • Victory Liner (best-in-class): Caloocan-Baguio; Cubao-Baguio; Olongapo-Baguio; Pasay-Baguio; Sampaloc-Baguio
  • Partas Transportation Co.: Laoag-Baguio; Vigan-Baguio; Bangued-Baguio
  • Philippine Rabbit: Rizal Ave.-Baguio
  • Dagupan Bus: Cubao-Baguio
  • Genesis Bus: Bataan-Baguio; Metro Manila-Baguio
Places to Visit: Blue Mountain Hotel, Burnham Park, Camp John Hay, Good Shepherd Convent, Lourdes Grotto, Mines View Park, Philippine Military Academy, Strawberry Farm, SM City Baguio, Tam-awan Village, Wagwagan

Commuting Routes:

From Bangued, Abra:

  1. From the Partas Bus Terminal in Zone 7, Nangaycayan, ride a Partas bus to Baguio.

From Bataan:

  1. Ride a Genesis Bus to Baguio.

From Caloocan:

  1. Take the LRT-1 to Monumento station.
  2. Cross Rizal Avenue Ext. towards Uniwide Sales.
  3. Turn right, and walk towards EDSA, until you get past Uniwide Sales.
  4. Turn left into the small road beside Uniwide Sales. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right behind Uniwide Sales.
  5. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.

From Laoag, Ilocos Norte:

  1. From the Partas Bus Terminal at Paco Roman Street corner P. Zamora Street, ride a Partas bus to Baguio.

From Las Pinas/Muntinlupa:

Route 1: Bus-Bus
  1. Ride a bus to Lawton via SLEX and get off at EDSA corner Taft (MRT Taft Station).
  2. Walk 3-4 blocks along EDSA the way you came, past Zamora/Sgt. Mariano, Aurora Boulevard/Tramo, B. Garcia, Edang, Philtranco Bus Terminal, Apelo Cruz, Cabrera, San Roque Church, M. dela Cruz, and Viva/Aladdin Transit Bus Terminal.
  3. Cross EDSA. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside M. dela Cruz.
  4. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 2: Bus-LRT1-Bus
  1. Ride a bus to Lawton via Coastal Road and get off at Taft corner Buendia (LRt1 Gil Puyat Station).
  2. Ride the LRT1 to EDSA-Taft Station.
  3. Walk 3-4 blocks along EDSA the way you came, past Zamora/Sgt. Mariano, Aurora Boulevard/Tramo, B. Garcia, Edang, Philtranco Bus Terminal, Apelo Cruz, Cabrera, San Roque Church, M. dela Cruz, and Viva/Aladdin Transit Bus Terminal.
  4. Cross EDSA. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside M. dela Cruz.
  5. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 3: Bus-LRT1-Bus
  1. Ride a bus to Lawton via Coastal Road and get off at Taft corner Buendia (LRt1 Gil Puyat Station).
  2. Ride the LRT1 to Monumento Station Station.
  3. Cross Rizal Avenue Ext. towards Uniwide Sales.
  4. Turn right, and walk towards EDSA, until you get past Uniwide Sales.
  5. Turn left into the small road beside Uniwide Sales. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right behind Uniwide Sales.
  6. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.

From Makati/Mandaluyong/Pasig:

Route 1: MRT-LRT-1-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  2. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards LRT-1-EDSA station.
  3. Take the LRT-1 to Monumento station.
  4. Cross Rizal Avenue Ext. towards Uniwide Sales.
  5. Turn right, and walk towards EDSA, until you get past Uniwide Sales.
  6. Turn left into the small road beside Uniwide Sales. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right behind Uniwide Sales.
  7. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 2: MRT-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk around 2 blocks along EDSA, past Farmers Plaza, Aurora Blvd., and Carlos P. Garcia High School, until you get to the overpass.
  3. Cross EDSA using the overpass. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside the overpass, and the Dagupan Bus Terminal is about 1 block further at EDSA corner New York.
  4. Ride a Victory Liner or Dagupan bus to Baguio City. The Victory Liner bus ride takes 5-6 hours. For Victory Liner's trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 3: MRT-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  2. Walk 3-4 blocks along EDSA the way you came, past Zamora/Sgt. Mariano, Aurora Boulevard/Tramo, B. Garcia, Edang, Philtranco Bus Terminal, Apelo Cruz, Cabrera, San Roque Church, M. dela Cruz, and Viva/Aladdin Transit Bus Terminal.
  3. Cross EDSA. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside M. dela Cruz.
  4. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 4: MRT-LRT-2-Jeep-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk through Farmers Plaza and Gateway Mall towards LRT-2-Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  3. Take the LRT-2 to Recto terminal station.
  4. Cross Claro M. Recto Avenue, towards Isetann.
  5. Ride a jeep to Morayta.
  6. From Morayta (where Espana, Lerma, and Nicanor Reyes streets meet), walk around 4 blocks along Espana, past Professional Regulations Commission, Paquita, P. Campa, Adelina, G. M. Tolentino, Eloisa, P. Noval, and Galicia. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is at Espana corner Galicia.
  7. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 5: MRT-LRT-2-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk through Farmers Plaza and Gateway Mall towards LRT-2-Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  3. Take the LRT-2 to Recto terminal station.
  4. Walk 1 block along Claro M. Recto Avenue, past Calero and Oroquieta, until you get to Rizal Avenue.
  5. Turn right at Rizal Avenue. The Phil. Rabbit Terminal is at Claro M. Recto Avenue corner Rizal Avenue.
  6. Ride a Phil. Rabbit bus to Baguio. For the fares, visit the Philippine Rabbit schedule.

From Manila:

Route 1: Jeep-Bus
  1. From Divisoria/Recto, ride a jeep to Morayta.
  2. From Morayta (where Espana, Lerma, and Nicanor Reyes streets meet), walk around 4 blocks along Espana, past Professional Regulations Commission, Paquita, P. Campa, Adelina, G. M. Tolentino, Eloisa, P. Noval, and Galicia. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is at Espana corner Galicia.
  3. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 2: LRT-1-Bus
  1. Take the LRT-1 to Monumento station.
  2. Cross Rizal Avenue Ext. towards Uniwide Sales.
  3. Turn right, and walk towards EDSA, until you get past Uniwide Sales.
  4. Turn left into the small road beside Uniwide Sales. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right behind Uniwide Sales.
  5. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 3: LRT-2-Bus
  1. Take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station, and take the North Exit.
  2. Walk 2 blocks along Aurora Blvd. the way you came, past Gateway Mall, Gen. Araneta, Carlos P. Garcia High School, and Gen. Santos Ave., until you get to EDSA.
  3. Turn right at EDSA, and walk 1 block along EDSA until you get to the overpass.
  4. Cross EDSA using the overpass. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside the overpass, and the Dagupan Bus Terminal is about 1 block further at EDSA corner New York.
  5. Ride a Victory Liner or Dagupan bus to Baguio City. The Victory Liner bus ride takes 5-6 hours. For Victory Liner's trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.

From Olongapo:

  1. From the Victory Liner Bus Terminal in Olongapo, ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City.

From Paranaque/Pasay:

Route 1: LRT-1/Jeep-Bus
  1. Arrive at LRT-1 EDSA Station. In order to get there, either:
    • Take the LRT-1 to EDSA station.
    • From Baclaran, ride a jeep to Divisoria, Sta. Cruz, or Quiapo, and get off at EDSA corner. Taft Avenue.
  2. Walk 3-4 blocks along EDSA, past Zamora/Sgt. Mariano, Aurora Boulevard/Tramo, B. Garcia, Edang, Philtranco Bus Terminal, Apelo Cruz, Cabrera, San Roque Church, M. dela Cruz, and Viva/Aladdin Transit Bus Terminal.
  3. Cross EDSA. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside M. dela Cruz.
  4. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 2: LRT-1-Bus
  1. Take the LRT-1 to Monumento station.
  2. Cross Rizal Avenue Ext. towards Uniwide Sales.
  3. Turn right, and walk towards EDSA, until you get past Uniwide Sales.
  4. Turn left into the small road beside Uniwide Sales. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right behind Uniwide Sales.
  5. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 3: MRT-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk around 2 blocks along EDSA, past Farmers Plaza, Aurora Blvd., and Carlos P. Garcia High School, until you get to the overpass.
  3. Cross EDSA using the overpass. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside the overpass, and the Dagupan Bus Terminal is about 1 block further at EDSA corner New York.
  4. Ride a Victory Liner or Dagupan bus to Baguio City. The Victory Liner bus ride takes 5-6 hours. For Victory Liner's trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 4: LRT-1-Jeep-Bus
  1. Take the LRT-1 to Doroteo Jose station.
  2. Walk 1 block along Rizal Avenue the way you came, past Phil. Rabbit Terminal, until you get to Claro M. Recto Avenue.
  3. Cross Claro M. Recto Avenue.
  4. Ride a jeep to Morayta.
  5. From Morayta (where Espana, Lerma, and Nicanor Reyes streets meet), walk around 4 blocks along Espana, past Professional Regulations Commission, Paquita, P. Campa, Adelina, G. M. Tolentino, Eloisa, P. Noval, and Galicia. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is at Espana corner Galicia.
  6. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.

From Quezon City:

Route 1: LRT-2-Bus
  1. Take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao station, and take the North Exit.
  2. Walk 2 blocks along Aurora Blvd. the way you came, past Gateway Mall, Gen. Araneta, Carlos P. Garcia High School, and Gen. Santos Ave., until you get to EDSA.
  3. Turn right at EDSA, and walk 1 block along EDSA until you get to the overpass.
  4. Cross EDSA using the overpass. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside the overpass, and the Dagupan Bus Terminal is about 1 block further at EDSA corner New York.
  5. Ride a Victory Liner or Dagupan bus to Baguio City. The Victory Liner bus ride takes 5-6 hours. For Victory Liner's trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 2: MRT-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Walk around 2 blocks along EDSA, past Farmers Plaza, Aurora Blvd., and Carlos P. Garcia High School, until you get to the overpass.
  3. Cross EDSA using the overpass. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside the overpass, and the Dagupan Bus Terminal is about 1 block further at EDSA corner New York.
  4. Ride a Victory Liner or Dagupan bus to Baguio City. The Victory Liner bus ride takes 5-6 hours. For Victory Liner's trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.

From Taguig:

Route 1: Bus-MRT-LRT-1-Bus
  1. Ride the Fort bus/shuttle to Ayala.
  2. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  3. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards LRT-1-EDSA station.
  4. Take the LRT-1 to Monumento station.
  5. Cross Rizal Avenue Ext. towards Uniwide Sales.
  6. Turn right, and walk towards EDSA, until you get past Uniwide Sales.
  7. Turn left into the small road beside Uniwide Sales. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right behind Uniwide Sales.
  8. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 2: Bus-MRT-Bus
  1. Ride the Fort bus/shuttle to Ayala.
  2. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  3. Walk around 2 blocks along EDSA, past Farmers Plaza, Aurora Blvd., and Carlos P. Garcia High School, until you get to the overpass.
  4. Cross EDSA using the overpass. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside the overpass, and the Dagupan Bus Terminal is about 1 block further at EDSA corner New York.
  5. Ride a Victory Liner or Dagupan bus to Baguio City. The Victory Liner bus ride takes 5-6 hours. For Victory Liner's trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 3: Bus-MRT-Bus
  1. Ride the Fort bus/shuttle to Ayala.
  2. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  3. Walk 3-4 blocks along EDSA the way you came, past Zamora/Sgt. Mariano, Aurora Boulevard/Tramo, B. Garcia, Edang, Philtranco Bus Terminal, Apelo Cruz, Cabrera, San Roque Church, M. dela Cruz, and Viva/Aladdin Transit Bus Terminal.
  4. Cross EDSA. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is right beside M. dela Cruz.
  5. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.
Route 4: Bus-MRT-LRT-2-Bus
  1. Ride the Fort bus/shuttle to Ayala.
  2. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  3. Walk through Farmers Plaza and Gateway Mall towards LRT-2-Araneta Center-Cubao station.
  4. Take the LRT-2 to Recto terminal station.
  5. Cross Claro M. Recto Avenue, towards Isetann.
  6. Ride a jeep to Morayta.
  7. From Morayta (where Espana, Lerma, and Nicanor Reyes streets meet), walk around 4 blocks along Espana, past Professional Regulations Commission, Paquita, P. Campa, Adelina, G. M. Tolentino, Eloisa, P. Noval, and Galicia. The Victory Liner Bus Terminal is at Espana corner Galicia.
  8. Ride a Victory Liner bus to Baguio City. The ride takes 5-6 hours. For the trip schedules and fares, visit the Victory Liner website.

From Vigan, Ilocos Sur:

  1. From the Partas Bus Terminal along Alcantara Street, ride a Partas bus to Baguio.

1 comment:

nica said...

how to commute to baguio from tanauan batangas?

Travel & Leisure - Top Blogs Philippines All Traveling Sites