Who would have thought that Ohayami isn’t a Japanese word? Did you know that its actually the last name of the owner spelled in reverse – Imayaho, who is a native of Ifugao. How cool is that?
The Ohayami Trans is what connects Manila to Ifugao and vice versa. The company has an online booking available in their website. I guess that system is for foreign backpackers, not so much for locals, who frequent this part of Luzon because of its cool weather and picturesque landscapes.
Provincial Bus Routes
|Ifugao||Banaue||9:00 PM, 10:00 PM|
|Lagawe / |
Ohayami Trans Sampaloc Terminal
- By private vehicle: Google Maps
- By public transport:
- From South
Ride a bus going to LRT Gil Puyat Station. At the station, ride a jeepney or a UV express going to Espana Boulevard. Tell the driver you are getting off at Lacson Avenue. Walk for around 300 meters from Yellowcab to reach the Ohayami Trans terminal located on your right.
- From North
Ride a bus going to MRT Quezon Avenue Station or Cubao station, whichever is more convenient. Ride a jeepney going to Espana and tell the driver you are getting off at Lacson Avenue. Get to the other side of the road where Yellowcab is situated. Walk for around 300 meters to reach the Ohayami Trans terminal located on your right.
- From South
Ohayami bus terminal in Sampaloc is a walking distance from Espana Boulevard. At first glance, terminal may look small but the features are hidden behind the huge buses. There’s a ticket booth and just above it are where the schedules are posted. The terminal has seats for, I guess, 50 people and a flat screen TV for entertainment.
The terminal is situated at the corner of Lacson Avenue and Fajardo Street where it would seem more of a residential area to me than a commercial complex. Unless you are a local in this area who would know the eateries and convenience stores hidden in plain sight, I would highly recommend that you get food along Espana Boulevard before heading to the terminal.
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/travel.banaue/
- Website: ohayamitrans.com
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Landline: 02 85160501
- Mobile: 09276493055
Ohayami Trans website – ohayamitrans.com