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Byahe na! Baguio Bound Bus Is Both Comfy And Tech Savvy Too.

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There was a time when travelling to Baguio means having to stop at several stop-overs to eat, but mostly for passengers to use the toilet. With the advent of buses that has it’s own toilets, travelling to Baguio means fewer stop-overs and faster travel time. If you add comfortability and Internet technology to that, it’s a ride of a lifetime!


Netizen Clarence Estandian Inso couldn’t hide his appreciation over the bus he rode going to Baguio recently. He felt the need to share it on social media so that his fellow netizens can see how comfortable the ride was and how high-tech the public vehicle is.

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The amazing bus can accomodate a total of 28 passengers, which makes it very comfortable inside. Each seat has it’s own TV monitors, where passengers can watch TV shows or movies. It’s reminiscent of the seats we have when we travel by plane, complete with it’s tray table and cupholders.


Aside from its advanced and comfortable seats, the bus is equipped with its own internet, so you can stay online even during the journey. If you have with you your own headset, then you can easily enjoy the movies as well as the music they offer to passengers.

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What makes this bus so impressive is that for a little additional fare, you will have the opportunity to experience convenience that other buses do not offer. It has its own built-in toilet, which means no more stopping in restaurants for toilet breaks. It also means that passengers can expect to arrive in Baguio faster because of less stop-overs.

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The trip to Baguio using this high tech bus is pegged at Php730, which can be considered a good deal if you take convenience into consideration. You can catch this bus at their terminal in Avenida.


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