How to Get to Sariaya, Quezon Province?

There are lots of bus companies that operate from Manila to Lucena.  It just depends on where in Lucena you are going. There are buses that go as far as Dalahican Port via Lucena Grand Central Terminal and others go directly to Lucena City only. 

Take a taxi, jeepney or bus going to the designated bus terminals for Jac Liner, Jam Liner or Lucena Lines. I always ride Jac Liner bus because they are new, the seats are comfortable and I feel safe with them.  Not to mention there’s a free wi-fi on board. Regular fare from Buendia to Lucena is Php209.50. 

Jac Liner 
Buendia Terminal
Donada St. corner Buendia, Pasay City
Regular Trips: 2 am to 10 pm
Midnight Trips: 11 pm & 12 am

Kamias Terminal
2 Mapagmahal St. Bgy. Pinyahan, cor Edsa, QC
Regular Trips: 2 am to 10 pm
Midnight Trips: 11 pm & 12 am
(24 Hours Operation)
Visit their website for more details, 

At the bus terminal, look for the bus with a signboard Lucena “Lucena City/Grand Central” or “Lucena/Dalahican”.  Tell the conductor where you want to be dropped off and then prepare yourself for a 3 to 4 hours travel. The road in Quezon was under construction when I visited so the usual 3 hours trip took 4 hours instead.  

Just ask the conductor to drop you off in front or near the Sariaya church. Please note that Sariaya is one of the busiest towns in Quezon Province so expect the worst traffic. From the church you can hail a tricycle to take you to your destination. Or better yet, walk from there to your destination to see the old houses and enjoy the scenery.




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