If you read my Joybus Premiere Bus Review, you probably know I often travel home to Benguet slash Baguio. One time, I was able to ride the Victory Liner First Class Bus going to Baguio and I must say, it’s pretty awesome. So I put together this blog post to give you guys more details on the Victory Liner First Class Bus.
Read on to learn more.
Victory Liner First Class Bus
Victory Liner offers both regular and deluxe buses to Baguio. The deluxe bus travels via the TPLEX road so it’s pretty fast.
Amenities and Features
The Victory Deluxe bus may not boast tablets behind the seats but they do have:
Yup. This basically sealed the deal for me. Since I work remotely, I can charge my laptop inside the bus and even work during the travel. Now, who doesn’t want that? If you left your power bank, Victory bus has your back. Wink. Wink. Wink.
Just like every other deluxe bus, the Victory Liner First Class Bus boasts of a comfort room right inside the bus. It’s just a bit confusing to find the flush button. The person to use the CR before me didn’t flush so I made it my mission to find the flush button and show that the toilet can BE FLUSHED. I admit it was tough especially since the bus was moving.
That’s right. FREE FOOD. During our travel, they gave us peanuts, bottled water, and a big cupcake. It was yuuummy. Satisfied traveler here!
What I love about deluxe buses are the wide open spaces you get. No more cramp room for the legs. Ohlalalala ~
One way costs 780 pesos.
During holidays and long weekends, it is best to reserve a ticket beforehand. You can reserve one via https://www.victoryliner.com. Simply choose the terminal you’re leaving from and your destination. Afterwards, choose your travel date. Make sure you choose the ‘First Class’ bus type to book the Victory Liner First Class Bus.
Make sure to book weeks before you travel date. You can also pick your seats here via the website booking. Just follow the instructions to pay your reservation.
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