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How to Get from Manila to Batangas by Bus in 2024

manila to batangas by bus

You can get from Manila to Batangas by bus using either the tourist bus from Jam Liner or the standard bus from Ceres Transport.

Both these companies are using different terminals so please check all the information to make sure you get to the right terminal.

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JAM Liner

You can get the JAM Liner from Manila to Batangas from two different terminals, Cubao Terminal and LRT Buendia.

Cubao Terminal

Cubao Terminal Address: 831 Epifanio de los Santos Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, 1103 Metro Manila
Cubao Terminal Contact Number: +63 0917 526 0008

You can easily get from Quezon City to Batangas by taking a bus that comes every hour. You can check the timetable below.

Manila – Cubao Terminal to Batangas Timetable

Destination 1st Trip Last Trip Frequency
Lemery 3:30 AM 8:30 PM Every 30 mins
Lipa 5:00 AM 8:00 PM Every hour
Batangas Pier 01:00 AM 00:00 AM Every hour
Batangas Grand Terminal 01:00 AM 00:00 AM Every hour

LRT Buendia

LRT Buendia Terminal Address: 2124 Taft Ave, Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines
LRT Buendia Terminal Contact Number: +63 917 504 6042

Manila – LRT Buendia to Batangas Bus Schedule

Destination 1st Trip Last Trip Frequency
Lemery 3:00 AM 9:00 PM Every hour
Lipa 5:00 AM 9:00 PM Every hour
Batangas Pier 01:00 AM 11:00 PM Every hour
Batangas Grand Terminal 01:00 AM 11:00 PM Every hour

Amenities on board
A/C
Reclining Seats
English Speaking Staff
Additional useful info
Luggage policy 20 kg bag plus 7 kg hand luggage per passenger

Ceres Transport

You can get the Ceres Transport standard bus from Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange. For updated prices & information – check Manila to Batangas Bus Schedule

Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX) location – Located in SM Mall of Asia, PITX, Level 1 143-145, Parañaque
Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange contact number: +63 (02)83963817

THE PITXsSchedule is much easier to be remembered. The bus from PITX (Manila) to Batangas leaves every hour from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM and it takes 2 hours drive to get to Batangas. It stops at Batangas Grand Terminal and Batangas Port.

If you are looking to return from Batangas to Manila by bus, click here for fares and timetables.

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Manila to Batangas FAQs

How do I get from Manila to Batangas?

You can get from Manila to Batangas by either taking the JAM Liner bus or Ceres Transport. JAM Liner offers transportation to Lemery, Lipsa, Batangas Grand Terminal, and Batangas Pier, while Ceres Transport takes you to the Grand Terminal and Pier.

Is Batangas part of NCR?

Batangas is not part of the NCR (National Capital Region).

Is there a bus going to Batangas in PITX?

Yes, from PITX (Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange) there is a bus every hour to Batangas, from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM, operated by Ceres Transport.

How much is the fare from Manila to Batangas?

The fare for the Manila to Batangas bus costs about 280 PHP, which is about 5.5 USD.
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