LOOK: This Commuter Bus to Baguio Has Airplane-Style Entertainment
Travel to the north in style!
(SPOT.ph) While traveling to Baguio takes only five hours (or less) nowadays on a point-to-point bus, that's still a lot of time to just sit down and do nothing. It's time you could otherwise spend watching two Marvel movies or 15 episodes of Friends, you could smash your enemies in Minecraft, or you could finish reading a whole novel. But gone are the days when you had to travel on a dimly lit bus or save your phone’s juice by not fiddling around with it. Provincial bus operator Pangasinan Solid North Transit has just introduced their newest fleet of buses, with routes going from the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange along Coastal Road to the bus line's terminal along Governor Pack Road in Baguio City, Benguet, and vice-versa.
The bus features recliners with legrests and lots of leg room, a USB-ready entertainment system for every seat, your own charging ports, and onboard WiFi. You don't even have to worry about stumbling on your seatmate's bags because overhead bins are available. CCTV cameras are installed inside the vehicle for security. There’s also a lavatory onboard so there's no need for a stopover, cutting travel time even further.
Non-stop daily trips are scheduled from 12 a.m. to 10 p.m., with departures every two hours. Tickets, priced at P760 for one-way trip, are available exclusively at Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange's ticketing counters.
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