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    Autobus Bus to Banaue, Ifugao: Schedules and Fares

    For those looking for updated information on Autobus bus to Banaue, Ifugao (to visit the famous Banaue Rice Terraces).

    UPDATE February 2016:
    Autobus no longer serves the Manila to Banaue route.
    Ohayami Trans now serves this route
    Visit this How to Get to Banaue post for the latest information

    Autobus Transport Systems, Inc

    Bus Terminal Address: Dimasalang corner Laong-laan Street, Sampaloc, Manila
    Bus trip Schedule: 10:00PM (just one daily trip)
    Bus Fare to Banaue from Manila: PhP400.00
    Travel Time Manila to Banaue: around 8-9 hours
    Bus route: Manila-NLEX-Pampanga-Nueva Ecija-Nueva Vizcaya-Ifugao
    Contact Numbers: +632.743,3227; +63.2.735.8096; +63.2.736.2831; +63.2.735.8098

    How to get to Autobus bus terminal?

    Autobus bus station is right next to Dangwa, the famous Manila Flower Market.From Quiapo, you can take Dapitan-bound or Dimasalang-bound jeepneys and just alight in front of the terminal. From LRT Tayuman station, ride the Lardizabal-bound jeepneys and alternatively from LRT 2 Pureza terminal, walk towards M. dela Fuente St. (trabajo) on Ramon Magsaysay then ride the Tayuman Bound jeepney (this same jeepney pass by A.H. Lacson corner Espana (University of Santo Tomas, UST))

    For latest Autobus bus fare to Banawe, waybill/freight charges, bus trip schedules, ticket reservations, chartered bus inquiries, please call Autobus' telephone number (no official website as of posting time).

    How to commute to Banaue, How to get to Banaue from Manila, Autobus bus line banaue fare, banawe ifugao

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 8:43 PM,


    At Feb 5, 2012, 11:48:00 PM, Anonymous weng bulaon said...

    thanks guys for the more favor...can you advise us which place should we go best so that we did not waste time since we only have to stay in the place for three days and we had in our list to see the banaue rice terraces, sagada, falls, the old houses by the locals, and their ancient you think we can make it?
    also where to stay at night in particular places...the cheapest is ok as long as there is a comfort room. hehe...
    again...thanks a lot...

    At Jun 6, 2012, 7:29:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    please update those phone numbers for auto bus.

    At Jan 18, 2013, 2:11:00 AM, Blogger Harry said...

    Autobus and Florida Bus lines are no longer travelling to Banawe. Ohayami bus lines is the one travelling to Banawe now. The bus station is on the corner of A. Lacson and Fajardo in Barangay Sampaloc, City of Manila, telephone (+632)516-0501. Fare is PhP450 and bus departs Manila at 10PM and arrives in Banawe at 7 AM.

    At Jan 18, 2013, 9:32:00 AM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    Harry, yes, thanks for this though it's actually posted above that Autobus no longer serves the route. Sampaloc is a district of Manila, composed of several barangay. Lived there for ten years


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