If you are going to Clark airport or joining the Spartan race in Angeles or just going to visit the city for a couple of days, and you don’t have your own car, here’s how you can commute from Manila to Angeles City by bus.
The bus station in Quezon City is located in between Trinoma and Ayala Vertis North. I believe it is along Agham road and a short walk from our current residence.
At the moment, the bus service point to point, so you will get on at the Trinoma terminal and get off at the terminal in front of Marquee Mall in Angeles City. If you scroll below, you can see my experience as well as the schedule and other info for NAIA trip to Angeles and vice versa.
But first, let’s answer your pressing questions:
How much is the bus fare from Trinoma, Quezon City to Marquee Mall, Angeles City?
Php195 per person (with discounts for students, pwd, and senior citizens)
What is the bus schedule of Genesis P2P bus from Manila to Angeles City and vice versa?
Please refer to the table below for the schedule of trips for Genesis Buses
|MARQUEE MALL (ANGELES CITY) TO NAIA (PASAY CITY)
|NAIA (PASAY CITY) TO MARQUEE MALL (ANGELES CITY)
|MARQUEE MALL (ANGELES CITY) TO TRINOMA (QUEZON CITY)
|TRINOMA (QUEZON CITY) TO MARQUEE MALL (ANGELES CITY)
This pandemic, the buses leave almost on time. In my recent trip, the bus from Angeles City left at 11:03 AM and we arrived exactly after an hour. There is no traffic jam in NLEX!!! LOL
I got off in front of Landmark supermarket entrance in Trinoma. You can also choose to get off in front of Ayala Vertis North mall. But definitely cannot get off along EDSA or anywhere in between Marquee Mall and Trinoma Mall.
How was the bus ride from Manila to Angeles City?
Overall, the bus trip was awesome. The seat is very comfortable. The inside of the bus is clean. There is enough leg room for long-legged passengers. Speaking of passengers, there were only 5 passengers with me during the trip. So, if you wonder if the bus gets cramped, the answer is most likely no. And even if it did, you’ll get off in no time. There was no traffic jam in NLEX. The trip is just an hour.
The conductor was helpful. He kept my suitcase inside the bus luggage compartment and took it out as well when I got off.
The seats have ports to charge in case you ran out of battery. It also has a folding table for when you need to put your food, book or a tablet if you wanna watch something.
I appreciate this curtain hook me trying to finish some work while waiting for the bus to depart
Other ways to get to Angeles City from Manila
If you are wondering how much it takes to go to Angeles by a white cab from Vertis North, Quezon City, I’ll share how much we paid: it’s Php2250.
So, we planned to take the bus but the taxi driver that’s supposed to take us to the station proposed he’d take us to Angeles if we double the metered rate. I negotiated and we agreed we’d pay Php2000 plus the toll fee. When we arrived in Angeles, I checked the meter and it was Php1246. The toll fee was Php248. In my opinion, Php2000 is a reasonable fare to pay to the driver.
I asked a friend about their car rental service. For an SUV, they rent the car for Php3500.
If you have questions about your commute, leave me a comment below and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible. You can also call or message Genesis bus lines through these numbers: 09190722991 or 09190722834