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Victory Liner Bus

Posted by on Apr 13th, 2009
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Victory Liner Bus

Victory Liner Passenger Terminals


Baguio City


713 Rizal Avenue Extension, Caloocan City #361-1506 to 10

Caloocan to Baguio City Timetable

7:00AM, 9:00AM, 2:00PM, 4:00PM, 11:30PM
P450.00(one-way only)

Caloocan to Dagupan City Timetable

5:00AM, 6:00AM, 7:40AM, 9:40AM, 10:20AM, 11:00AM, 11:40AM, 12:20NN, 1:00PM, 1:40PM, 3:00PM, 3:40PM, 4:40PM, 5:20PM, 6:30PM, 7:30PM, 9:00PM
P340.00(one-way only)

Caloocan to Olongapo City Timetable

4:30AM to 9:00PM (every 30 minutes)
P196.00-aircon (one-way only)

Caloocan to Zambales(Iba) Timetable

5:00AM, 6:00AM, 7:00AM, 8:00AM, 9:00AM, 10:00AM, 11:00AM, 12:00NN, 1:00PM,2:00PM,4:00PM, 5:00PM, 6:00PM, 11:30PM
P332.00(one-way only)

Caloocan to Zambales(Sta. Cruz) Timetable

5:30AM, 7:30AM, 8:30AM, 9:30AM, 10:30AM, 12:30NN, 3:00PM, 8:00PM, 12:00MN
P437.00 (one-way only)


EDSA, Cubao

Cubao to Alaminos Timetable

5:00AM, 6:20AM, 7:40AM, 9:00AM, 10:20AM, 11:40AM, 1:00PM, 2:20PM, 5:00PM, 6:30PM, 12:00MN
P381.00(one-way only)

Cubao to Baguio City Timetable

3:00AM, 4:00AM , 5:00AM, 6:00AM, 7:00AM, 8:00AM, 9:00AM, 10:00AM, 11:00AM, 12:00NN, 1:00PM, 2:00PM, 3:00PM, 4:00PM, 5:00PM, 6:00PM, 7:30PM, 11:00PM, 11:30PM, 12:00MN, 1:00AM, 2:00AM
P450.00(one-way only)

Cubao to Bolinao Timetable

3:40AM, 10:00PM
P446.00(one-way only)

Cubao to Dagupan City Timetable

5:15AM, 6:15AM, 7:15AM, 8:15AM, 9:15AM, 10:15AM, 11:15AM, 12:15NN, 1:15PM, 2:15PM, 3:15PM, 4:15PM, 5:15PM, 6:15PM, 7:15PM, 9:30PM
P340.00(one-way only)

Cubao to Lingayen:Via Dagupan Timetable

3:30AM, 5:20AM, 8:00AM, 10:00AM, 11:20AM, 12:40NN, 1:00PM, 2:00PM, 3:00PM, 3:30PM, 5:00PM, 5:30PM, 6:40PM, 7:20PM, 8:00PM, 9:00PM, 10:00PM
P363.00(one-way only)

Cubao to Olongapo City Timetable

(No Definite Time)
P201.00-aircon(one-way only)

Cubao to Zambales(Sta. Cruz):Via Camiling Alaminos Timetable

8:00AM, 10:00PM
P437.00(one-way only)


Dagupan City


EDSA, Kamias #921-3296

Kamias to Cagayan Valley(Ilagan) Timetable

P510.00(one-way only)

Kamias to Cagayan Valley(Roxas):Via Cabatuan Timetable

8:30AM, 6:00PM, 8:00PM
P520.00(one-way only)

Kamias to Cagayan Valley(Roxas):Via Gamu Timetable

8:30AM, 6:00PM, 8:00PM
P530.00(one-way only)

Kamias to Cagayan Valley(Roxas):Via San Mateo Timetable

8:30AM, 6:00PM, 8:00PM
P497.00(one-way only)

Kamias to Cagayan Valley(Tabuk):Via Roxas Timetable

7:00PM, 8:45PM
P592.00(one-way only)

Kamias to Cagayan Valley(Tuao):Via Tuguegarao Timetable

P671.00(one-way only)

Kamias to Cagayan Valley(Tuguegarao):Via Ilagan Timetable

4:30AM, 7:30PM, 9:30PM, 11:00PM, 3:00PM, 4:00PM, 6:30PM, 7:30PM, 8:30PM, 9:00PM, 11:30PM
P623.00(one-way only)

Kamias to Cagayan Valley(Tuguegarao):Via Roxas Timetable

P590.00(one-way only)


Olongapo City


EDSA, Pasay City #833-5019 to 2

Pasay to Baguio City Timetable

4:00AM, 5:00AM, 6:00AM, 7:00AM, 8:00AM, 9:00AM, 9:30AM, 10:00AM, 10:30AM, 11:00AM, 12:00NN, 12:30NN, 1:00PM, 1:30PM, 2:00PM, 2:30PM, 3:00PM, 4:00PM, 5:00PM, 6:00PM, 7:00PM, 8:00PM, 9:00PM, 10:00PM, 10:30PM, 11:00PM, 11:30PM, 12:00MN, 1:00AM, 2:00AM, 3:00AM
P460.00(one-way only)

Pasay to Dagupan City Timetable

3:30AM, 4:20AM, 5:00AM, 7:00AM, 9:00AM, 11:00AM, 1:00PM, 3:00PM, 5:00PM, 7:00PM, 10:45PM
P350.00(one-way only)

Pasay to Olongapo Timetable

4:00AM to (every hour) 7:00PM
P211.00 aircon (one-way only)

Pasay to Zambales(Iba) Timetable

5:00AM, 10:30PM, 12:00PM, 11:00PM
P346.00(one-way only)


España, corner Galicia Street, Sampaloc, Manila #741-1436

Sampaloc to Baguio City Timetable

4:30AM, 7:30AM, 10:00AM, 1:00PM, 3:00PM, 11:00PM
P450.00(one-way only)

Sampaloc to Cagayan Valley(Roxas) Timetable

No Exact Time
P521.00(one-way only)

Sampaloc to Cagayan valley(Tuao)Via Ilagan Timetable

P631.00(one-way only)

Sampaloc to Cagayan Valley(Tuguegarao)Via Ilagan Timetable

11:00AM , 11:00PM
P623.00(one-way only)

Sampaloc to Olongapo Timetable

5:00AM to (every hour) 7:00PM
P201.00(one-way only)

Sampaloc to Zambales(Iba) Timetable

8:00AM, 1:00PM, 3:00PM
P337.00(one-way only)

From Sampaloc to Zambales(Sta. Cruz) Timetable

P442.00(one-way only)

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21 Responses to “Victory Liner Bus”

  1. Gerard van der Dennen says:

    I hope you can help me.
    I’m looking for the time tabel of Victory liner luxury bus from Manila to Baguio,


    • Ryan says:

      Please check the timetable already listed above- Look for Pasay to Baguio or Cubao to Baguio. Pasay City and Cubao (Quezon City) are all part of Metro Manila. To be sure, call up the numbers listed because the buses can change skeds without prior notice.

  2. antonio says:

    san ba pede mag pa eload sa pasay?

  3. apple gonzales says:

    my office mate’s and i are planning to go to anawangin island zambales, how much is the excact fare from victory liner caloocan to Brgy. Pundakit, San Antonio zambales? kindly give us the approximate or better yet the exact travel time. after we get there where can we ride a bus going back to manila(caloocan)?, the bus fare will cost the same? and please inform me before the month of august. thank you so much.

    • Ryan says:

      Hi Apple,

      There are no direct buses to Pundaquit, you have to get off the road past the Castillejos Market and turn left to San Antonio (Please read my Zambales article on this). Travel time with a bus is around 6 hours for Victory Liner (pick the bus going to Iba- or you may double check this with the bus company) depending on traffic and the stops the bus may take along the way. For bus fares, you may contact Victory Liner directly. Bus fares change regularly so we don’t post it here. From the National Highway, Pundaquit is quite far (really) and rarely you would see any tricycles plying the Pundaquit to National Highway route unless you can probably pick one off from the Castillejos Market (I reckon they would rip you off) and ask them to pick you up from Pundaquit at a designated time and place. There should be buses coming from the opposite way going to Manila on the National Highway and you can flag down a bus off the highway yourself as in the case in most places. In any case, double check always with the bus company.

      Hope this helps.



  4. redcute says:

    I want to go to la union and at the same time to banaue. is this advisable? I plan to go to la union first and then go to banaue after. pls advise me what public transportation that I need thru these route..

    • Ryan says:

      Hi there,

      This will be your suggested route if you want to do both. Bus to Vigan and get off La Union. From La Union, you can take a Baguio bound bus and then head out to Bontoc, catch the jeepney there to Banaue, then bus back to Manila. That would be your best and fastest way to go to both places.



  5. Dej says:

    hey can I ask a question? if going to san antonio zambales (We’re planning on going to anawangin)- we should take the bus from pasay terminal to zambales iba route? then we would ask the driver to get us off to san antonio? am I getting it right?

  6. Dennis says:

    please help me,
    My boyfriend and I planned to go to batanes this May.
    I searched already the internet and we have decided to go by land becuse going there by air is very unpredictable they say( most) and luckily I found out that victory liner have routes going to cagayan Valley, and there are a lots of routes of cagayan valley,
    so from cagayan valley, what do we do next? where do we go to get to batanes?


    • Ryan says:

      Hi Dennis, Check out my article on Batanes for more info. From Cagayan, you have either a choice of waiting for a cargo ship that travels from Laoag (I dont think they are reliable and the voyage is extremely long and uncomfortable). AFAIK I don’t know if there are regular ships that ply Tuguegarao to Basco. There are seasonal flights between Tuguegarao to Basco via Chemtrad. Don’t bet on it. If you can pull out a map- Cagayan is WAAAAAAY far from the Batanes Islands.

      Your best bet is still by flying from Manila. Seriously.

  7. Lynn says:

    Hi, I am planing a trip to Bolinao. I will arrive in Manila international airport. How can I take the bus to Bolinao. Where is the station? Thanks.

    • Ryan says:

      Please check out the article on Pangasinan under the Destinations List- Here’s the instructions:

      Getting There

      If you are not coming with a tour group, there are many buses that ply to different points in Pangasinan. If you are heading to the Hundred Islands in Alaminos and Bolinao – Victory Liner and Five Star Buses leave Manila as early as 12 midnight. For going back to Manila, Victory Liner only goes as far as the Cubao terminal from Bolinao during Fridays and Saturdays. Skip the ordinary buses of Five Star as they can be extra filthy. Other bus lines that go to Pangasinan are Dagupan Bus Line, City Trans, and Philippine Rabbit. There are jeepneys and mini-buses between towns as well as tricycles (motorcycles with sidecars). Do not forget to take a road map of Pangasinan before embarking on a trip.

  8. Prince says:

    Very helpful blogs really…. just one question with regards to travel time… hoping to get first hand experience instead of what the liners suggest… how long does it take to travel by VLiner from Caloocan to Zambales (Sta Cruz) if i take the midnight bus. Trying to estimate the trip cause i dont want to be arriving at Sta cruz at 3am in the morning (was told that the bus takes 5-6 hours) but this varies specially in the evening trips :P.. thanks
    by the way, our plan is to go to Isla Vista (Potitpot Island)

  9. Burloloy says:

    to all Victory Liner heads:

    Pls. explain the Tv on Board at all your buses.If This is a display only.Pakilagyan nalang po ng flower base para alam namin.Like what the DRICON do when we travel from kamias going to tuguegarao. with bus #1649.Pinasindi yung TV.Nangaaway pa.What the name that person na malaki ang mata.Ayaw nya magsaksak ng bala.For us we know.The TV on board ay kasama po sa mga binabayaran namin.If some have problems.Pls expalin it wag lang mang away.If ayaw nya magsakay.Madami Busses dyan.This is when we travel at june 13,2010 9:30pm.Ayaw lang po namin mahilo.If napanood nya na lahat ng tapes.kmi nmn manonood.hindi sya.

    Pls make an action regarding in this matter.Tanggalin nyo nalng yan if ayaw nyo ma boycot here at northluzon.

    fyi:di pa xa nagreresibo ng tama.

    Thank you very much and hoping your kind and consideration regarding in this matter.

  10. berth says:

    i appreciate u guys for xploring phil arch and am too is quite addicted tothis kind of hobby. however, i consider some priority in spending my hard earned money. and kudos also to mr ryan who is very kind assisting you . Whenever I travel especially in north I make sure that I ride in V liner considering its cleanliness, very courteous drivers (and really professor the way they handle the job) and seldom involved in road accidents. right now am planning to pack up and hit the road to aurora province. Im still inquiring if they have a bus plyin over there.

  11. Lee'o says:

    We usually take victory liner everytime we go to baguio the drivers are realible, you know that you’re save. very courteous drivers and conductors….also everytime I go to Apalit, pampanga i always make sure that I take victory…Victory liners fare is more cheaper than that of Baliwag Transit….

  12. dina says:

    walang sistema ang bwisit na victory na yan… grrrrrr.. sana makaroon na ng Florida sa Pasay para taob ang bwisit na victory na yan. ang mga cashier nila puro impolite. dapat magtraining muna sila ng how to handle stress.. tama bang sigawan ang mga nagtatanong… grrrrrrrrr..mga bwisit.. alam na peak season hindi magdagdag ng cashier. at walang system.. sana man lang may screen sila para habang nakapila alam na kung ano ung mga fully hindi man lang magadditional trip. pero pagdating ng araw na un ang daming singit na biyahe… what the h***… malulugi din kayo!!!!!!

  13. James says:

    Hi Dina! Haha. You are not alone. We have the same sentiments. In my observations, marami pa rin talaga dapat baguhin sa ating mga pinoy. Kawawa naman mga kababayan natin.

  14. precy says:

    Im Precy,tanong ok lng gagawin ko last march 27,2012 my nagpadala ng 1 salk n rice s amin pinadala nla sa victory liner terminal kamias.hnd n makita ung bigas namin nawala dw.ano po pwd ko gawin.2 time n po ako pabalik bilik don.s totoo lang subrang sama ng loob ko ko ngaun s nangyari.ang laki ng tiwala ko s inyo ganon lng pla makakarinig p ako ng pani2gaw..ano po b pwd ko gawin.pls rply

  15. precy says:

    Napahiya lng ako s treminal that time.buti p nga mga guard don maba2it cla ung nag pursige hanapin ung bigas.pero wla tlaga san napunta ung bigas namin.ang bastos p ng mga nakausap ko officer don ko makasigaw wagas nakakasama ng loob.ganon b tlaga ang mga tao don.hnd nla iisipin ang pakiramdam ng tao.

  16. Katleen says:

    Hi! Are dogs allowed on the bus?

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