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    KMS/CODA Lines Bus to Sagada Fares, Trip Schedules, Contact Number

    KMS Philippines, now CODA Lines Corporation, will open a Manila - Banaue bus route via Bontoc starting April 1, 2015.

    Herewith is the information on bus fares/rates, trip schedules (departure and arrival) for this route that was formerly served by another bus company.

    UPDATED: January 2016

    CODA Lines (photos taken from Coda Line Facebook page)

    For reservations and inquiries you may call the following numbers
    telephone numbers: 09275592197; 09295213229

    Manila to Sagada Bus Fare: PhP720.00 (as of November 12, 2015)

    Trip Schedules:
    Quezon City to Sagada: 9pm daily (one trip only)
    Sadaga to Quezon City: 3pm daily (one trip only)
    Travel time: 10 hours

    Coda Lines Bus Terminal:
    277 E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenur, Cathedral Heights, Quezon City

    *How to get to theire bus station:
    From MRT Cubao, ride a jeepney to Quiapo and alight in front of Shakey's along E- Rodriguez. (the Cubao jeepney from Quiapo
    will also pass there)
    Enter main gate of Trinity University of Asia then go straight until the corner lot. It is the former terminal of Cable Tours.

    Contact Number is posted on the picture below, just call the telephone number for any inquiries or possible ticket reservations.

    Related Posts:
    Bus Terminals in Cubao
    Bus Station in Pasay/Taft/LRT Buendia
    Bus Stations in Pasay Taft EDSA Rotonda

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    posted by GingGoy @ 8:06 PM,


    At Apr 7, 2015, 5:19:00 PM, Anonymous Nonoy said...

    Have you stopped blogging nah Tutubi? Lagi me naghihintay ng updates dito. hehe.

    At Apr 13, 2015, 2:02:00 PM, Blogger GingGoy said...

    hi Nonoy, nope. I just slowed down. I'm at a crossroad. will also leave republic of makati soon :P thanks

    At Sep 1, 2015, 12:47:00 PM, Anonymous I Used To Be Here Always said...

    I wish I could be there also. Does you guys have a group or organization of mountaineers? Do you have any hiking and camping in Mt. Pinatubo?

    At Sep 17, 2015, 11:32:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    May biyahe pa rin ba ang Coda Line/Kms direct to Sagada?


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