Philtranco has been mentioned less than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Trip the Islands' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Philtranco had the highest popularity figure in February this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.

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How to Get to Leyte

How to Get to Leyte

[...] Tacloban which will take about 2 hours. You can also get there by land with bus liners such as Philtranco which travels to Tacloban from Manila, and they also have bus trips around Samar and Leyte. [...]

traveltothephilippines.info

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How to Get to Camarines Norte

[...] from Metro Manila and neighboring provinces. Different transportation companies, such as Philtranco, Superlines, AMDG, and others, have air-conditioned buses plying the Daet-Manila-Daet [...]

traveltothephilippines.info

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Jose Panganiban: A Mining Town in Camarines Norte

[...] can travel from Manila to Jose Panganiban by bus. A couple of bus companies, including Philtranco, offer trips to various locations in Camarines Norte. As of this writing, the cost of the [...]

triptheislands.com

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The Off-the-Beaten Path Charm of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro

[...] Several bus companies offer trips to San Jose including Dimple Star, RORO Transpor and Philtranco. You can board the bus from Cubao in Quezon City, Sampaloc in Manila and Alabang in [...]

triptheislands.com

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Good Cheers with Tinapayan Festival

[...] (at the corner of Don Quijote and Dapitan Sts.), the one at the Fisher Mall in Quezon City (old Pantranco area) and that of in Market, Market in Bonifacio Global City (BGC). You can enjoy all of their [...]

dulcedeleirs.com

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The Islands of Caramoan, Camarines Sur

[...] Manila, we took a bus going to Naga. One of the bus lines which offer ride going to Naga is the Philtranco in Pasay. Bus ride is about 9 hours which costs 750 PhP per head. As we alight at Naga bus [...]

geejaytravellog.blogspot.com

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Q.Ave. Sct Reyes Condo- Affordable Payment Scheme

[...] , QUEZON CITY (near St. Mary's School, Q.C. and newly opened Fisher's Mall located at former Pantranco) THEME/CONCEPT: MODERN-CONTEMPORARY UNIT DETAILS : Studio - 24 sq.m. 2 Bedroom - 36 sq.m. 3 [...]

mybenta.com

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Molopolo Fish and Bird Sanctuary: The Emerging New Diving Capital in Leyte

[...] and other facilities. There are at least four (4) bus companies taking the Manila-Maasin route: Philtranco, Cedec, Inland Trailways and Ciudad. Bachelor takes the Ormoc-Maasin-Davao route. Land [...]

outoftownblog.com

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Getting Around the Philippines

[...] , and Davao in Mindanao. From the Araneta Center Bus Terminal, in addition to BLTB and Philtranco, several smaller operators run buses to Bicol, the Visayas and Mindanao. Take a Cubao [...]

philippinestransportations.com

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A Traveler’s Guide to Legazpi City, Albay and on to Mayon Volcano

[...] to Visayas, Mindanao, Sorsogon and back. Some of the bus lines servicing these routes are Philtranco, Superlines, Cagsawa Tours, Amihan, Isarog Line, Goldline Tours and St. Jude Transit. [...]

triptheislands.com

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Tikling Island in Matnog Sorsogon

[...] to travel by land, you can take a bus going straight to Matnog — you may inquire at Philtranco, Raymond and Amihan (Cubao, Quezon City). By Air, you can take a flight going to Legazpi City. [...]

outoftownblog.com

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