The Genesis Bus Terminal Pasay is one of the main terminals of Genesis Transport in Metro Manila. The other being the Genesis Bus Terminal Cubao. Both branches service trips going to Baguio. However, some routes differ between the two.
Keep reading to find out more about the Genesis Bus Terminals and their respective Baguio and Baler routes.
How to get to Genesis Bus Terminal Pasay
The Genesis Bus Terminal Pasay is located right next to Giselle’s Park Plaza. Their main office is also within the vicinity. To get there, you may take the LRT-1 train until EDSA station or the MRT train until Taft station. Whichever you choose, it’ll only be a short walk to get to the Genesis Bus Terminal Pasay. If you’re coming from Mall of Asia, take a Libertad or Pasay Rotonda jeep from the MOA circle and ask to be dropped off at Taft.
How to get to Genesis Bus Terminal Cubao
Similarly, commuting to the Genesis Bus Terminal Cubao involves taking a train. Ride the LRT-2 or the MRT rail until Araneta Center Cubao station. Make your way to New York street at the corner of EDSA. It’s a longer walk though, so it might be better to take a tricycle if you have a lot of bags.
Manila to Baler
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The Manila to Baler route is available only from Cubao. Regular buses start operating at 3:00 AM until 7:30 AM with approximately one hour intervals. Genesis Bus’ more premium coach is the Joy Bus which leaves at 11:00 PM, 12:00 AM, 1:00 AM, and 5:30 AM. Brace yourself for a six hour ride. But since the departure times are quite late in the night, you’ll probably just sleep through your commute! Manila to Baler has a more limited schedule, guarantee your seats by booking online.
Baler to Manila
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Once you’ve had your share of sand and surf, it’s time to go home. From Sabang beach, hire a tricycle to take you to the bus terminal bound for Manila. You will have the option to ride until Genesis Bus Terminal Cubao or Pasay. The earliest trip begins at 4:30 AM, with succeeding trips at 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM, and 3:30 PM.
Don’t bank on being a chance passenger, bus tickets can be sold out a week in advance! Most travelers pre-book their bus ticket back to Manila—and you should too.
Manila to Baguio
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The Manila to Baguio route is accessible from both the Genesis Bus Terminal Pasay and Cubao. Travelers from Cubao can already leave by 3:00 AM, with a bus coming every hour until 7:00 PM. On the other hand, travelers from Pasay can only leave during these times: 12:00AM, 1:30AM, 2:30AM, 3:30AM, 8:30AM, 10:00AM, 11:00AM, 1:00PM, 2:30PM, 4:00PM, 6:00PM, and 9:30PM.
There are plenty of buses departing from Manila to Baguio every day, but that’s also because there’s a high demand for them. Don’t miss your bus by buying your ticket early. Also, check out our suggestions for what to do in Baguio!
Baguio to Manila
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The Genesis Bus Terminal in Baguio City can be found on Session Road. If you’re planning to get off at Cubao, trips operate from 11:30 PM until 9:30 PM of the next day. Expect an hour’s wait if you miss the previous bus. If you’re planning to get off at Pasay, bus intervals are 1-2 hours starting from 12:00 AM until 9:30 PM. Again, do try to buy your ticket in advance to secure your ride home.
Genesis Bus Contact Number
Please note that all bus schedules are subject to change without prior notice. For any questions, you may call their customer service hotline at (02) 551-0842. If you prefer to leave a paper trail, write to them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a comfortable and hassle free trip, book your ride to Baguio or Baler ASAP!