Blending with Bolinao



About 276 kms from Manila, the town of  Bolinao in Pangasinan is reachable by land that would take about six hours of travel time.

Five Star Pasay - ordinary bus

Five Star and Victory Liner are common provincial bus lines that offer day and night trips to Bolinao. With Five Star, ordinary bus fare would cost around PhP300 while PhP400 for air-con. As a tourist, it is better to get to Bolinao with your own transportation so you can easily move around the town and tourist spots or perhaps, even go on a side-trip to the nearby provinces of  Subic, Clark, Tarlac, La Union and Baguio. There’s not much traffic en route to Bolinao as you can take the SCTEX (Subic, Clark, Tarlac Expressway) route. As you pass by Alaminos, the road to Bolinao starts to ascend through a zigzag road which will give you a scenic view of the mountains.

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8 thoughts on “Blending with Bolinao

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  3. hi jen,
    good work. you got a very informative blog..beautiful pictures… be up there in bolinao jan. 13 or 15, 2011 to attend the funeral of a friend (and wife co-employee at smc-hoc) father, who was electrocuted while working on a power pole/post lines….

  4. Hi Jen,

    Thanks for the informative blog, i’ve been reading a lot of negative comments on the resort Treasure of Bolinao, is that all true?

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