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    Ifugao: Ohayami Trans Bus to Banaue: Fare and Trip Schedule

    Wishing to visit the cool mountains of the Cordilleras to escape the summer heat? There's currently only one bus line going
    to Banaue, Ifugao for you to see the Banaue Rice Terraces.

    These information on Ohayami Trans Bus to Banaue, Kiangan, Lagawe and Baguio City (Benguet)

    Ohayami Bus Company Trip Schedule
    Sampaloc, Manila to Banaue, Ifugao daily at 9pm and 10pm
    Bus Fare/Ticket Price: PhP450.00 one-way
    Ticket may be reserved but you need to pay for it in advance

    Main Office: Ohayami Shop , Dullagan, Pob. West, Lagawe, Ifugao, 3600
    Manila terminal: cor, J. fajardo st., Lacson ave., Sampaloc
    Contact number: * 09276493055 , * 02-5160501 (manila) * 09175617344 (ifugao)
    Email: reservation@ohayamitrans.com
    website: www.ohayamitrans.com




    How to get to Ohayami Trans Bus terminal:

    for an updated, accurate online map of Ohayami Trans Bus terminal, please click here

    From LRT 2 Pureza Station, walk along Ramon Magsaysay then board a jeepney with signboard Tayuman (The Tayuman - Lardizabal jeepney route) at the corner of M dela Fuente (formerly Trabajo). Drop off at the corner of J. Fajardo. You can walk here, take a pedicab or a jeepney bound to Quiapo (the Quiapo- Lealtad jeepneys) and alight after crossing A.H. Lacson (formerly Gov. Forbes). There's a Seaoil gas station opposite as landmark.

    From LRT Tayuman Station, walk along Tayuman Street going to Oroquieta then board a jeepney with signboard Lardizabal (The Tayuman - Lardizabal jeepney route). Drop off at the corner of J. Fajardo and Vicente Cruz. You can take a pedicab or a jeepney bound to Quiapo (the Quiapo- Lealtad jeepneys) and alight after crossing A.H. Lacson (formerly Gov. Forbes). There's a Seaoil gas station opposite as landmark.

    If you're taking the jeepney from Taft or from Quezon City, alight at the corner of Espana and Lacson (near UST) then walk to the terminal (going to Nagtahan Bridge). You will pass by G.V. Florida bus terminal.

    *the Ohayami Trans bus station can best be reached by taxi from LRT 1 Tayuman station, and LRT 2 Legarda or Pureza station.

    Driving directions to Ohayami Trans Bus Station:

    from Makati, the easiest route (but not necessarily the fastest as always) is via Buendia, right to Osmena Highway, right to Quirino Avenue cross Nagtahan Bridge to A.H. Lacson then turn left to Fajardo St.

    from Quezon City, head to Quezon Avenue, pass Mabuhay Rotonda (formerly Welcome Rotonda) to Espana Boulevard then turn left to A.H. Lacson


    Related Posts:

    Where to Stay in Banaue Accommodations/Hotels
    How to get to Banaue Rice Terraces, How to get to Banaue, Ifugao

    SCTEx
    Bus Terminals in Cubao
    Bus Station in Pasay/Taft/LRT Buendia
    Bus Stations in Pasay Taft EDSA Rotonda

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