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Stress-Free Booking to Laoag

By 5:37:00 PM


The APEC Summit 2015 creates a four-day holiday for the tenants of Metro Manila. Flights are being cancelled and the flow of traffic is expected to thicken within the city as main roads are scheduled to be closed for this congregation, If you’re still thinking about what to do over this long weekend, this hiatus can be best maximized with an out-of-town road trip/adventure to places like Vigan or Laoag. 

Laoag na ma-stress as there’s no need to line up at bus terminals or commit to a long drive in order to reach these distantly beautiful destinations. Biyaheroes has partnered up with Partas Transport in order to provide a seamless online reservations system that lets you book and even choose your bus seats online! Offering Express First Class Vigan/Laoag and Pasay/Cubao routes, this cuts your travel time by up to four hours as there is only one stopover and no passenger pick-ups will be done along roads.

You can book your seats roundtrip, and via Dragonpay, you can settle payment in major banks (whether it’s online or over the counter), payment partners such as Bayad Center, Cebuana Lhullier, LBC, SM Bills Payment, and other popular options found nationwide. 



Online reservations have a 2-day cut-off and a fixed 10% extra service charge per booking or P50 for bookings P500 and below. This gives you Biyaheroes points, cool freebies, and the convenience of booking and paying anywhere for the guaranteed seats of your choice. Book directly at the Biyaheroes website and enjoy this provincial commute easily for this holiday.

Save your energy for exploring! Unwind in the countryside and get to know the Philippines better with historical destinations, awesome food trips, and beautiful sceneries from Vigan and Laoag.

Biyahe na, biyaHEROES!


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13 comments

  1. I dislike long land travel so when we went to Ilocos, I booked a flight but it is nice to know that you can reserve a seat online. #stressfree

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  2. Oh wow! Thanks for sharing this. My husband has been bugging me to go on a trip to the north. I don't want to drive (palitan kasi kami pag ganyan) so this is a good option for us.

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  3. Good info ha.. thanks for sharing!

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  4. Nice to know that this is an option when travelling.

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  5. This would be nice to try with my husband, he kept nagging of how difficult it was to drive all the way to Vigan without an alternate.

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  6. This is very nice especially cause we trust Partas in terms of transportation too. ~pearliza paguio

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  7. I want to visit Laoag. Hopefully, we can visit it next summer.

    Xoxo
    MrsMartinez

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  8. I remember when we went to Ilocos we have to go to Partas terminal just to buy tickets a week before. Ang hassle. Good thing they come up with a hassle free booking.

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  9. Great tips :-) Thank you for sharing! As someone who loves to travel this is definitely going to be useful for me.

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  10. Wow nice, you can book a bus online na pala!

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  11. I told my husband that we should travel more and start visiting other Philippine spots, like Vigan. thanks for this tip, will surely be checking this when we plan.

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  12. Wow i didn't know that you can book for a bus online..that was cool! Thanks for sharing!

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