Tuesday 4th of August 2015

How to go to Lucena City

Wanna go to Lucena City?

Let us help you get here with this brief how-to guide we compiled just for you.

Welcome to Lucena

Welcome to Lucena!

You can get here from:

Bicol

Take any bus going to Manila and just get off at Lucena Grand Central Terminal. You can also take the PNR’s Bicol Express Train going to Lucena City.

NCR 

  • By Bus:

Head over to any of the following Bus Terminals where you can find buses with regular trips to Lucena:

Alabang Terminal – you can take a Jac Liner, JAM Liner and N. de la Rosa bus going to Lucena. An AB Liner or Barney Autolines bus bound to Guinayangan via Lucena is also another option.

From EDSA-Kamuning/Kamias – Jac Liner, Lucena Lines, Grand Star, or Tritran bus to Lucena

From EDSA-Pasay – DLTB, Philtranco, JB Line Bicol Express, or Inland Trailways bus to Lucena

From Pureza/LRT 2 Station – AB Liner bus to Guinayangan via Lucena

From Cubao-Araneta Terminal – you can ride a bus bound to Legazpi or Naga via Lucena and alight at Grand Central Terminal in Lucena City.

  • By Private Car: 

Head on towards SLEX and take the Batangas exit. Turn left at the junction in Sto. Tomas, Batangas then you can pass by San Pablo, Laguna on your way to Quezon Province. From there, you’ll be passing on the towns of Tiaong, Candelaria, and then Sariaya. From Sariaya, you will see another junction where you have to turn right, (because driving straight ahead will lead you to Tayabas) going to Lucena City.

  • By Train:

From Manila, Espana, Pasay Road, Alabang PNR Terminal – you can go to Lucena by riding the Bicol Express Train

Laguna, Mauban, Sampaloc, Tayabas or Lucban, Quezon

Take a ride on a Jeepney going to Lucena City. The Jeepney terminal from Lucban, Quezon is located near the Public Market.

Marinduque

You can take a ride on a Roll-on-Roll-off (RORO) Ferry either at Kawit Port in Boac, or at Balanacan Seaport in Mogpog. The ferries that leave there will dock at Dalahican Seaport in Lucena City.

There you go peepz. Enjoy your trip at ‘wag kalilimutan ang pasalubong! ^_^

Sources:
Commuting to Lucena. Commuting in the Philippines 101. Retrieved from http://www.ph-commute.com
Backpacking Phililippines. Retrieved from http://www.backpackingphilippines.com
Marinduque Transportation. Retrieved from http://www.virtualtourist.com
Philippine National Railways. Bicol Express. Retrieved from http://www.pnr.gov.ph
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6 Comments

  1. What are the time schedules for buses going to Lucena from Cubao?

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    • Hi, Yam!

      Thanks for the visit.

      If you were referring to JAC buses coming from the Alimall Terminal in Cubao, the first bus leaves at 4 AM while the last one departs at 9 PM.
      http://jacliner.com/schedules.html
      :)

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  2. Hi! I just want to ask if there’s a trip this April 2 going to Lucena from Alabang? And what is the time schedule? Thank you.

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  3. Hi, which is the most comfortable and safest airconditioned bus line to go to Lucena?

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    • Hi, Annie!

      It’s been a while since we’ve taken any of the three buses that have Lucena on their bus routes (JAM, JAC, and Lucena Lines), so we can’t tell for sure, but based on our personal experience, JAC Liner’s fleet of buses appear to be newer and better equipped (that’s just our impression). The seats were new and comfortable, the bus had adequate air-conditioning, and there was free Wi-fi. You can also pre-order Jollibee meals through the conductor which they can pick up when you reached Calamba. To be fair, Lucena Lines and JAM had decent seats and the air-conditioning was okay. Their buses felt kind of older, though, but we’re not sure if that’s just us or they really haven’t upgraded their fleet.

      We’re afraid we don’t know much about safety to comment on it, though. If you’re really concerned, you can look for news articles on the internet to see the respective track records of the said companies when it comes to safety.

      :)

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