From Edsa – BGC Hostel to Bus Stations in Quezon City

From Your Hostel in Edsa –BGC to Provincial Bus Stations Quezon City

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  • From your hostel, head to EDSA, the main road and you will see Mercury Drug Store.
  • From the drug store, walk about 350 meters, passing by Caltex Gasoline Station, Shell gasoline station, and the Estrella Footbridge until you reach the Estrella bus stop.
Estrella Shell
The Shell Gas Station area

From the bus stop, follow these instructions:

Partas

  • Ride a bus with a “Cubao Ibabaw” or “Farmers” signboard.
  • Once inside the bus, tell the conductor to drop you off at “Farmers.”
  • Once at Farmers, cross the Farmers footbridge and exit to your left (you will see this footbridge outside the Farmers mall, which is the drop off area).
  • After exiting, you will see a bakery. Behind it are parked tricycles.
  • Ride one of the tricycles and tell the driver to drop you off at Partas.
cubao-tricycles
The tricycles parked behind a bakery.

COST:
Public Metro Bus to Farmers = 18 Pesos
Tricycle = 18 Pesos
TOTAL = 36 Pesos

Other Options:
Taxi = 200 Pesos or more

Budget Commute Savings = 164 Pesos ($3 USD) or more


 Coda Lines

  • Ride a bus with a “Cubao Ibabaw” or “Farmers” signboard.
  • Once inside the bus, tell the conductor to drop you off at “Farmers.”
  • Once at Farmers, walk north along EDSA until you reach Aurora Boulevard, the street that intersects EDSA.
  • Looking at the photo below, Aurora Boulevard should be below the footbridge right after Eurotel (that’s about 200 meters from your drop-off point).

aurora-boulevard-cubao-overpass

  • Coda Lines is on the west side, so once you reach Aurora Boulevard, you have to cross the road to ride a jeepney heading towards the direction of the red building you see on the photo.
  • The jeepney you’ll ride should say “Quiapo” on its signboard.
  • Once inside the jeepney, tell the driver to drop you off at “Shakey’s Pizza E. Rodriguez” (E.Rodriguez is the name of the avenue where Shakey’s is).
  • Once at Shakey’s (a pizzeria), walk along the small road beside it, which is Trinity Drive (to your left should be the Trinity University of Asia).
  • When you reach the end of the road, turn right and you will find Coda Lines.
Coda Bus Line Street
You will see this landmark as you walk along Trinity Drive heading to Coda Lines Bus Station.

COST:
Public Metro Bus to Farmers = 18 Pesos
Jeepney to Coda Lines = 7 Pesos
TOTAL = 25 Pesos

Other Options:
Taxi = 250 Pesos or more

Budget Commute Savings = 225 Pesos ($4 USD) or more


Victory Liner – Cubao

  • Ride a Bus B.
  • Once inside the bus, tell the conductor to drop you off at “Five Star”.
  • Once you reach Five Star (which is a bus terminal), you will see a footbridge ahead.
  • Cross this footbridge and exit to your right.
  • Walk about 80 meters and you will see Victory Liner – Cubao.

COST:
Public Metro Bus to Five Star = 18 Pesos
TOTAL = 18 Pesos

Other Options:
Taxi = 200 Pesos or more

Budget Commute Savings = 182 Pesos ($4 USD) or more


Victory Liner – Kamias

  • Ride a Fairview Bus.
  • Once inside the bus, tell the conductor to drop you off at “Victory Liner Kamias”.

COST:
Public Metro Bus to Kamias = 20 Pesos
TOTAL = 20 Pesos

Other Options:
Taxi = 250 Pesos or more

Budget Commute Savings = 230 Pesos ($5 USD) or more