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    How to Commute in Baguio: Jeepney Routes and PUJ Terminals for DIY Baguio Tour Itinerary Suggestions

    I will be visiting Baguio City again in two months time. the last time I went there was three years ago. Didn't post anything about that trip but will instead come up with details on how to get to destinations in Baguio, Baguio tour itinerary and DIY

    these are the updated Baguio jeepney terminal locations:

    Gov. Pack Road (loading area) and Sandico St. (staging area) for the routes:

    Baguio Plaza - Mines View and vice versa (Teachers Camp, Baguio Botanical Garden, Wright Park, The Mansion, Good Shepherds Convent, and Mines View Park)

    Baguio Plaza – Navy Base and vice versa,

    Baguio Plaza – Tiptop and vice versa,

    Baguio Plaza – Pacdal Liteng and vice versa,

    Baguio Plaza – Lucnab and vice versa,

    Baguio Plaza – Maria Basa and vice versa,

    Baguio Plaza – Happy Hallow via Country Club and via Kadaclan

    Baguio Plaza – Camp 7 and vice versa;

    Baguio Plaza – San Vicente/Poliwes/Camp 8 and vice versa: Claudio St. (loading area) and Calderon St. (staging area)

    Baguio Plaza – Loakan and vice versa: Claudio St. (both loading and staging)

    Baguio Plaza – Kitma and vice versa: Otek St. (both loading and staging)

    Diego Silang (both loading and staging) for

    Baguio Plaza – Diego Silang and vice versa

    BAL PNR Circle Hillside and vice versa

    Jeepneys staging at Gov. Pack Road will take the following route for ingress or entrance options: From point of origin to Leonard Wood Road to Gen. Luna to Fr. Carlu St. to Upper Session Road (Casa Vallejo) to Sunshine Park to Gov. Pack Road (staging area); and From point of origin to Leonard Wood Road to Leonard Wood Road (Hotel 45) to Upper Session Road (Casa Vallejo) to Sunshine Park to Gov. Pack Road (staging area).

    For egress or exit options: From Gov. Pack Road (staging area) to Post Office Loop (YMCA) to Gen. Luna to Upper Bonifacio St. to Sumulong to Laubach Road to Gen. Luna to Leonard Wood Road to destination; 

    From Gov. Pack Road to Post Office Loop (YMCA) to Gen. Luna to Leonard Wood Road to destination; or

    From Gov. Pack Road to Upper Session (Casa Vallejo) to North Drive to Leonard Wood Road to destination.


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    Port del Pilar (Philippine Military Academy or PMA):  Baguio Plaza - KIAS-PMA-Springhills-Apugan

    Camp John Hay: Baguio Plaza - Scout Barrio

    Tam-awan Village: jeepney Baguio Plaza - Quezon Hill -Tam-awan

    Lourdes Grotto: jeepney to Lourdes-Dominican

    Bell Church: jeepney to La Trinidad (terminal corner of Magsaysay and T. Alonzo Street)

    Strawberry Farm: jeepney to La Trinidad (terminal corner of Magsaysay and T. Alonzo Street)

    Asin Hot Spring (
    Sinot Hotspring, Palm Grove Hotsprings and Asin Pooten Hostpring: not worth the trip though

    Burnham Park

    Baguio Cathedral

    Mt Kalugong

    Mt Costa

    St. Francis Xavier Seminary has a Kawayanan or Bamboo Eco-Park

    Mirador Hill and Ecopark: jeepney to Lourdes-Dominican,
    6:00 AM – 6:00 PM, entrance fee P50, parking fee P25

    posted by GingGoy @ 12:52 PM, ,

    Parking Fee/Rates at NAIA Terminal 1,2,3,4: How Much?

      Parking at NAIA? Please see rates:

    For NAIA Terminal 3, the multi-level parking is closed, use the open parking instead

    For the first 3 hours:
    Buses - P100.00
    Cars - P40.00
    Motorcycles - P15.00
    Succeeding hours (additional rates in excess of 3 hours):
    Buses - ₱20.00 per hour or fraction thereof
    Cars - ₱15.00 per hour or fraction thereof
    Motorcycles - ₱5.00 per hour or fraction thereof

    24 HOURS / OVERNIGHT PARKING - ₱300.00
    In excess of 24 hours, the following additional rates apply:
    Buses - ₱20.00 per hour or fraction thereof
    Cars - ₱15.00 per hour or fraction thereof
    Motorcycles - ₱5.00 per hour or fraction thereof

    LOST / DAMAGED TICKET - ₱500.00 plus corresponding parking fees
    • Penalty is for lost tickets only. Damaged tickets are accepted as long as it is readable

    (*) Parking for Buses / Trucks / Motorcycles in Terminal 3 is located on the right side of the Security Checkpoint. This is operated by a concessionaire.

    posted by GingGoy @ 1:19 PM, ,