Pasay Bus Terminal

There are several bus terminals located in the south of Metro Manila. One of the more popular transport hubs is the Pasay bus terminal. Just like its Sampaloc counterpart, the Pasay bus terminal does not refer to one specific departure point. 

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Multiple bus operators have their own dedicated terminal in Pasay. The terminals are close to one another so it might be a little confusing to tell which one is which.  This guide will focus on the major bus terminals of Victory Liner, Philtranco, DLTB, Five Star, Genesis Transport, and Partas Bus. 

How to Get to Pasay Bus Terminal

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The different bus terminals in Pasay are clustered together in one area. You may take the LRT-1 train until EDSA Station or take the MRT-3 train until Taft Station. From either stops, you can walk to your preferred bus operator. It should only take you a few minutes.

Manila Airport isn’t too far off from the area. Choosing a bus terminal in Pasay is especially convenient if you’re traveling non-stop. After your flight has landed, go to the PUV Lane of NAIA Terminal 3. Ride any bus that has a sign that reads “PITX-NAIA Loop”. Ask to be dropped along EDSA, closest to your chosen bus operator. It’s better to book your trip in advance so you only need to worry about being on time for your departure!

Pasay Bus Terminal Facilities

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The range and quality of the facilities will differ depending on the bus company. But rest assured that all Pasay bus terminals have ticketing counters, timetable of trips, snack and supply stores, and comfort rooms. There are also convenience stores and food chains nearby. Not all bus terminals have a proper waiting area, and if they do, it’s certainly not air conditioned (except for Partas Bus Terminal). Some operators accept parcel shipping and cargo transport. 

Bear in mind that the Pasay bus terminals are always crowded due to its proximity to the airport and the Mall of Asia. Its strategic location makes it a busy transport hub. Don’t forget to reserve tickets ahead of time so you can travel on your preferred date and time. No more long queues for ticketing!

Pasay Bus Operators & Routes

Below are the bus operators and the available routes that they have from Pasay. You may click on the routes to see the trip schedules. We have also provided the exact addresses and contact numbers for each one. 

Victory Liner Pasay Terminal Contact Number

Address: 712 EDSA Brgy. 143, Zone 15, Pasay City
Landline: 833-5019 / 553-8815 
Mobile Number: 09985915046

Victory Liner Pasay Routes

Philtranco Pasay Terminal Contact Number

Address: EDSA corner Apelo Cruz Street, Pasay City
Landline: 8851-8078 to 79 
Mobile Number: 09178604418 

Philtranco Pasay Routes

DLTB Pasay Terminal Contact Number

Address: EDSA Pasay Terminal
Landline: 843-0246
Mobile Number: 09338559544

DLTB Pasay Routes

Five Star Pasay Terminal Contact Number

Address: 2220 Aurora Blvd. Tramo Pasay City
Landline: 851-6614 / 853-4772
Mobile Number: 09277124349

Five Star Pasay Routes

Genesis Transport Pasay Terminal Contact Number

Address: Giselle's Park Plaza, Edsa Cor. Rotonda, Brgy. 146, Pasay City
Landline: 332-8075 / 551-0842
Mobile Number: N/A

Genesis Transport Pasay Routes

Partas Pasay Terminal Contact Number

Address: Aurora Boulevard (Tramo) Corner Edang St. San Roque, Pasay
Landline: 852-8194
Mobile Number: N/A

Partas Transport Pasay Routes